Author: Emma Sywyj

Emma is an artist and photographer. For nearly ten years she have been making art and taking photographs and is currently represented by the A.Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland.

Sarah Lucas: Ordinary Things

These forms act like vague memories of Lucasʼs former glories.The subject of art history and the idea of art as an object is referenced in them, Lucasʼs stance on the subject seemingly quite glib. ...

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Emma Sywyj: China [Photography]

Sywyj's China series is as colourful and eclectic as one would expect of the location, but dispenses with the more obvious depictions of new-urban environments, ancient aesthetics and displaced...

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Emma Sywyj: Malaysia [Photos]

‘The unnatural colours came out my interest in the kitsch nature I found there. Again the town I was in was abundant in nature with jungles, mountains and tropical islands. Yet the town was...

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Emma Sywyj: Italy [Photos]

'There isn’t much to do there other than walk around, play cards and soak up the sun.' Emma Swywj captures some rural Italian life   This town was built essentially at the top of a...

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Emma Sywyj: Royal Wedding

Emma Swywj's reportage from the most recent royal wedding updates iconic imagery of British celebrations. Photographer Emma Sywyj talked to Trebuchet last month. On her methods for shooting the...

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Emma Sywyj: Interiors

'The work was born out of a photography project I started at university. 'At the time I was moving every year to a new accommodation, from halls to shared houses. This is the way when...

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