20.06.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Lindsey Bull

New paintings by Manchester-based artist Lindsey Bull (previously featured here). See more images from “Undergrowth” below or on display at bo.lee gallery in London until June 30 and Castlefield Gallery in Manchester June 23 – August 6.

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20.06.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Catherine Hyland

Portraits by London-based photographer Catherine Hyland. More images below.

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19.06.17 by Staff

Ink Paintings Spread Through Arrangements of Vintage Books by Artist Ekaterina Panikanova

Ink paintings spread across the pages of old books arranged in puzzle-like formations by Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova. See more images below.

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19.06.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Tim Eitel

A series of paintings based on figures and objects photographed in urban spaces and re-contextualized against a muted background. See more work by Berlin-based artist Tim Eitel below.

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19.06.17 by Staff

Fluid Paintings by Artist Garth Williams

Artist Garth Williams photographs drops of liquid ink in an aquarium-like tank, creating a gorgeous series of images that look like paintings! See more below.

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19.06.17 by Staff

Kids From Around the World Photographed with Their Favourite Toys

Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti spent three years travelling the world taking portraits of kids with their most prized possessions. Not simply a charming look at childhood, the series offers a subtle reflection of parents’ ambitions for their children as well as the socio-economic factors at work in how (and with what) children play. The picture above, for example, was taken in a small village in northern Zambia. Coming from an area without water and electricity, the children created a pretend marketplace, making a game of buying and selling some sunglasses they found in a box Galimberti assumes must have fallen from a truck. See more images below or in his book, Toy Stories.

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19.06.17 by Staff

19th-Century Residence Designed by Architect Antoni Gaudí Will Soon Be Open to the Public

Casa Vicens was the first home designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (best known for the Sagrada Família in Barcelona). Built between 1883 and 1885, the building has been a private residence for most of its 130-year history. However, thanks to MoraBanc, who purchased the building in 2014, the building will soon be open to the public!

For the past two years architects José Antonio Martínez Lapeña and Elías Torres (of Martínez Lapeña-Torres Arquitectes) and David García (of Daw Office) have been working on extensive restorations to help transform Casa Vicens into a cultural centre, “home” to both permanent and rotating exhibitions. See more images of the site below or check it out in person this October!

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15.06.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Denis Sarazhin

Paintings by artist Denis Sarazhin from Kharkov, Ukraine. Click here for previous post. More images below.

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