latest work by the brilliant artist roberto foddai

Images: © Roberto Foddai, 2014. Courtesy of the artist.

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jérémy martin

One might be tempted to say ‘only the French’, but that might just insult another fleuriste extraordinaire out there, somewhere in the universe, if there is such a thing, another one, but perhaps it can be said, because Monsieur Martin is most definitely one of a kind. One could be forgiven if experiencing sensory overload … Continue Reading

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nandipha mntambo

In Ukungenisa, 2008 (video), Mntambo rehearses the steps of a bullfighter in the abandoned Praça de Touros in Maputo, the arena where black Mozambicans once fought for the entertainment of the colonial Portuguese. The bullfight staged by the artist is an atypical one, as she confronts a bull that doesn’t appear. The physical contact with … Continue Reading

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wes lang

I like to take American history and then completely ignore it. I come at it visually, taking images and telling my own story. It comes out of criticism and great love. There are problems [with America], and we all know that, but I’m attracted to the dark side of things. [Wes Lang, from Interview Magazine] … Continue Reading

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maurizio giuseppucci

Maurizio Giuseppucci does not acquiesce in collective oblivion. On the contrary he communicates to the viewer a sentiment of repetitive and constant recollecting. His artworks, a rather complicated archive scattered into numerous multi-formatted pieces, serve to expose concealed memories and convey forceful comments about the current sociopolitical scene. Rare images retrieved from the web and … Continue Reading

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barney ashton: barking

In addition to being a poet, playwright and performance artist, Barney Ashton is an intuitive photographer and filmmaker as well as a curator and expert on British archival documentary. His executive production credits include cabaret concerts for DVD with Eartha Kitt and Marc Almond. In early 2008, he appeared on the BBC’s Horizon. The episode, … Continue Reading

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wren britton

Wren Britton was born the year David Bowie released Ziggy Stardust… He spent his youth either up in trees reading or making mini-terarriums from Tic Tac boxes for insects he found in his yard. He now passes his time making jewellery and accessories from bones, feathers, hair and objects lost or finally found. He also … Continue Reading

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david shrigley

Images: © David Shrigley. David was born in 1968 in Macclesfield. He graduated in 1991 from Glasgow School of Art. He lives and works in Glasgow.

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clementine the living fashion doll

Mark Mander is one of the UK’s premier puppeteers. After art school he worked as a sculptor for Madame Tussaud’s and as a set model maker for Cameron Mackintosh before focusing on his first love, puppetry. Mark has been working in London, both as a puppeteer and puppet designer/maker for the BBC, ITV, Disney UK … Continue Reading

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tom sachs

Tom Sachs is a sculptor, probably best known for his elaborate recreations of various Modern icons, all of them masterpieces of engineering and design of one kind or another. In an early show he made Knoll office furniture out of phone books and duct tape; later, he recreated Le Corbusier’s 1952 Unité d’Habitation using only … Continue Reading

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