Artistry in Assembly: Lillianna Pereira

Human experience (including the artist's) is not necessarily unique...

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Bread Houses, Dreaming Horses: Urs Fischer

Haunting or playful? Urs Fischer's unique sculpture proves you can have both...

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Control, chaos and geometry: Julien Pacaud

French illustrator and artist Julien Pacaud makes a study of control, and letting it go...

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Moroccan Pop: Hassan Hajjaj

Moroccan Roll: Hassan Hajjaj blends US, Arabic and London imagery in a pop art approach that is all his own...

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The Right Stuff. Rogue Taxidermy (Lisa Black)

Unsettling and incisive, Lisa Black's artworks ask questions of the viewer and our approach to nature...

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Spectral Awakenings: Kazuki Takamatsu

Spectral and monochromatic, the post-tsunami art of Kazuki Takamatsu is a more mature form of manga...

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Street Art to Gallery – An LA Story (Gary John)

The transition from street art to gallery credibility takes talent and a scoop of good luck. Gary John has both. Profile....

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Scissors, Paste and Acuity: Isabella Kelly-Ramirez

Deconstructing (and reconstructing) the female beauty myth...

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A Reliquary for Eros in Ruin: David John Attyah

Two installations in mixed media offer an insight into the male psyche via classicist symbolism...

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Visceral Fluidity; Cool, Cool Water (Samantha French)

Painting the quiet tranquility of water and nature...

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Sand, Solitude, Space. Zakaria Wakrim: Amarg (Photography)

Zakaria Wakim's photography encounters the heart of solitude in the Sahara desert...

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Turbulent life, Noble legacy. The art of Mike Kelley

Sadly inhabiting the role of tortured artist, Mike Kelley railed against an establishment which eventually broke him....

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Protests, Parties, Pointillism. (Römer + Römer)

Berlin-based neo-pointillist duo appear at Hastings festival in September. Preview...

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Tracing Mescaline Lines (Eric Yanez / Dubeejunk)

A nod to European fin de siecle visuals, and another to 1960s psychedelia inform Dubeejunk's striking graphics. Profile...

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Sprinkled Doughnuts, Venus and Furs. The Complex Candy of Dorielle Caimi

Irreverent and provocative, whilst retaining a rare humour, Dorielle Caimi's paintings interpret women's lives with verve and wit...

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Oil and Acrylic In Your Face Icons (Darby Krow)

Spit, sawdust and an eye for colour - Los Angeles artist Darby Krow is no Hollywood hipster...

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Davin Kyle Knight

Repurposing the ubiquitous office tools of the 21st century, Davin Kyle Knight creates hybrids of object and image...

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Peeled & Raw in Los Angeles (Dani Dodge)

The clash of global ideologies and armed response infiltrate the sanctity of the domestic living room in Dani Dodge's Peeled & Raw...

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Light in Motion: The Photography of Echo Lew

Echo Lew’s recent work holds a history that is equally based in aesthetics as well as utility....

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Life, death, pleasure, and pain. A female voice in Street Art (Jennifer Korsen)

The female population is largely unrepresented in the world of graffiti and street art. Jennifer Korsen is the exception...

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Painting Childhood, Painting Memory. Malka Nedivi

Unearthing unspoken memories with visual prompts, Malka Nedivi charts a familiar Jewish story in her artworks...

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Photoreal Lines, Kaleidoscopic Colour (Joshua Roman)

Los Angeles' Joshua Roman has a touch with colour which intrigues the eye...

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Collagist by Circumstance (Patrick Bremer)

Patrick Bremer was trained in oils but “ended up doing collage out of circumstance,”...

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Power, Protest and Resistance (Molly Crabapple)

Portrait of Truthful Artist, Illustrator, Broadcaster, Journalist Molly Crabapple. ...

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Painting the Broken American Dream (Louie Metz)

Scantily clad figures whose blank stares emit an aura of disillusionment. Louie Metz paints the seedy and the saddened. ...

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Innate Talent, Meticulous Painting (Shizu Saldamando)

Born to parents of Mexican and Japanese decent, Saldamando’s work embodies components that reflect her bi-racial heritage....

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The decadent and defiant paintings of Nick Brown

The drips that flow from Brown’s landscapes don’t just enhance the unceasing presence of movement that circulates through his work, but they exude a ghostly aura that brings to mind the passing...

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Facets of True Beauty: Chong-Il Woo

Not only are Woo’s subjects physically striking, but the historical significance of their roles within Korean history demonstrates how integral one’s culture is to one’s essence of being....

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An Uncanny Phenomenon: Wild Kingdom (Clayton Campbell)

Los Angeles media artist Clayton Campbell unveils a difference in perception between today’s society and past generations'...

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