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We work with an evolving list of artists and galleries.
Janie Airey is a London-based photographer best known for her striking architectural imagery. Airey's work is celebrated for her bold abstract compositions; her photographs showcasing some of the world's most exciting and innovative contemporary buildings. Some of her most acclaimed images feature the sporting arenas that were erected for the London Olympics in 2012. Airey's photographs have been exhibited around the world including at The National Portrait Gallery and the Museum of London in London, and Design Basel, Switzerland.
Thorbjørn Andersen is a sculptor and painter born in Copenhagen and based in London. Andersen studied an MA in Art Theory at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Copenhagen, as well as completing an MA in Painting at the Slade School of Art, London in 2006. Andersen is interested in abstraction, geometry and collage and explores the expanded field of painting within his work. Recent exhibitions include The Casual Gesture, Standpoint Gallery, London, 2015 and RE-MIX, SMK, National Museum of Art, Copenhagen, 2015. Solo exhibitions include Projections, Modtar Projects, Copenhagen, 2011 and There is no solution because there is no problem, Fringe Art Sheffield, 2010.
Project > South Place Hotel
John Vincent Aranda is a photographer and collage artist based in London. He works as an assistant for Deutsche Börse prizewinner John Stezeker and was recently featured in the Gestalten publication "The Age Of Collage: Contemporary Collage In Modern Art" (2013). Aranda studied an MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and a BA at the Camberwell College of Arts. His works are held in art collections in the UK, North America and the Middle East. Projects > Parle Istanbul & Bluebird London
Paula Baader was born in 1988 in Hamburg, Germany. Baader studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Munster, Germany and is currently studying painting at the Royal College of Art. Baader’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions including the Saatchi Showdown exhibition 2013. Project > PMQ Hong Kong
Emma Bennett is a British born London based painter. She studied a BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and an MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art. Through her work, Emma explores concepts of memory, darkness and ambiguity. She is interested in the human desire to make permanent things that will inevitably decay over time. Recent solo exhibitions include Several Small Fires, Charlie Smith London, 2015, and Emma Bennett, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, 2013. Recent group exhibitions include Die English Kommen! New Painting from London, Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt, 2015, 100 Painters of Tomorrow: London, Beers Contemporary, 2014, and Saatchi’s New Sensations, Victoria House, London, 2014. Emma is represented by Charlie Smith London. Project >Hotel Sanders
Mia Bergeron is a figurative painter. Originally from New York City, she currently lives and works in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Bergeron studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, before leaving to pursue a more traditional education at the Charles H. Cecil Studio in Florence, Italy. She is interested in combining her training as an academic portrait artist, with her roots of living in New York in the 1980’s, and she is strongly influenced by expressionist works. Bergeron's work is currently on show as part of ‘Women Painting Women’, a large-scale museum exhibition touring the USA. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Shared Solitude’, Gallery 1261, Denver, CO (2016) and ‘Gradual Thaw’, Robert Lange Studios, Charleston, SC (2014).
Damien Borowik is a French artist living and working in London. Borowik's practice is intrinsically linked to the art of making; where his usage of tools and processes become integral to the aesthetic of the work he makes. Whether in his paintings, digital or hybrid work, Borowik strives to create pieces that aspire towards the contemplation of the sublime. Borowik is a graduate of Goldsmiths College and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. He has taught at Central Saint Martins for the past seventeen years in various capacities. Currently he is teaching a short course on creative coding, which introduces visual artists and designers to the world of coding in art making. Several of Borowik's works were recently purchased to become part of the permanent collection at the V&A.
Kirsty Buchanan is a Scottish artist based in London. She is a graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Central Saint Martin’s and the Royal Drawing School. Recent projects include a large scale installation based on the story of Diana and Actaeon in Saint Saviours Church for the Florence Trust Summer Show. Recent exhibitions include The Royal Drawing School exhibition at Christie’s, New York, The Unsung Muse, a two-person exhibition at the William Morris Society in Hammersmith and Isolation Chamber Vacation, Transition Gallery. Project >Hotel Sanders
Kevin Callaghan is an Irish born sculptor living and working in London. Callaghan graduated from the Royal College of Art with a Masters degree in Ceramics and Glass in 2013 and has a BA from Crawford College of Art. Prior to studying at Crawford College Callaghan trained as a ceramist at the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI). Recent residencies include the Experimental Sculpture Factory in Jingdezhen, China and The National Sculpture Factory in Cork. Recent exhibitions include "What is Luxury" at the Victoria and Albert Museum, 2015, a collaboration with Unknown Fields Division and Toby Smith. Project > Bluebird London
The work of award winning British visual artist Mat Chivers looks at how the fundamental phenomena that exist below the surface of things inform the way we experience the world around us. The process of making draws on combinations of analogue and digital technologies in works that embody a hybridisation of old-world and contemporary envisioning and fabrication processes. His work has been exhibited around the world and is part of many permanent collections including the Soho House Group, Oxford University, Dartmoor National Park and the The Fitzwilliam Museum. Project >Hotel Sanders
Lucas Clayton is a British born artist living and work in London. He graduated from the Royal College of Art with a BA in Fine Art (Painting) in 2013. Selected Group Exhibitions include R/D HGW, Shanghai, 21st Century Art & Design, Christies and A Project for the Sun, Blythe Gallery, Imperial College, London (with Marianne Spurr, Oscar Murillo, Christian Camacho Reynoso, George Little, Suki Seokyeong Kang, Hector Castells). Project > Greenwich Peninsula London
Alice Cunningham is a visual artist with a diverse practice, working internationally. Alice gained an MA Fine Art from the University of Wales and currently sits on the council of the Royal British Sculpture Society. In 2014, Alice undertook an artist residency, working with marble in Studio Sem, Pietrasanta, Italy. Recent solo exhibitions include The Royal British Sculpture Society, London, 2015.
Project > 20-24 Old Street London
Ellie Davies is a British born photographer who graduated from the London College of Communication with a Masters degree in Photography in 2008. Davies has been the receiver of numerous awards including First Place in the 2014 Kontinent Photography Awards, Barcelona International Photography Awards and Moscow International Photo Awards 2014. Davies work is held in private collections in the UK, United States, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, the United Arab Emirates and South Korea. Her work was featured in the book WUD: Four Fictional Walks in the Woods, which is held in the collections of the National Art Library, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Glasgow School of Art. Project > PMQ Hong Kong
Blending ethnography and fashion photography, Drew Doggett’s photographs and documentary films weave together the extraordinary stories of unique places, cultures and people. Drew has received over 90 awards and honors for his intimately detailed documentation of subjects ranging from remote cultures to the movement and nature of wild horses. His works are held in the collection of the Smithsonian Institute (DC) as well as private and public collections including the Four Seasons (HI), the NoMAD (Chicago), and the Marriott (Lexington).
Mustafa Nazif Duran is a Turkish multimedia artist who works in photography, film, pencil and calligraphy. Recent projects include a photographic series focussing on the movement, expression and ritual of dervish dance, which was carried out at the Galata Mawlawi House in Istanbul. Duran is currently working on a documentary film that explores the ways in which significant works of architecture have monumentalised different empires throughout human history.
Pavlina Ecclesiarhou is a Greek born photographer living and working in San Francisco. She studied Photography at Brooks Institute of Photography, Santa Barbara and is known for her painterly monochromatic landscapes that subtly combine photography, drawing and painting. Pavlina has received numerous awards including the Gala award, WPGA, Pollux, C4FA and IPA awards. Her work is held in private collections in the US and abroad. Her most recent project, “Epitaphs/ Silent Stories”, a discourse on the imminent loss of animal biodiversity, will be shown at the SFO airport museum in 2017. She is currently represented by SFMOMA artists’ gallery and Modernbook gallery in SF. Project >Hotel Sanders
Adham Faramawy is an artist of Egyptian descent born in Dubai and based in London. He studied at both The Slade School of Fine Art and The Royal Academy, and was affiliated with the !WOWOW! group between 2003-08. Solo exhibitions include Feels Real, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam and Hydra, Cell Projects, London. Group exhibitions include: Glumba SKZX, Ex Elettrofonica, Rome, E-Vapor-8, Site Gallery, Sheffield, Pre-Pop to Post Human: Collage in the digital age and Hayward Touring. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission.
Jess Flood-Paddock is a British born sculptor based in London. Flood-Paddock studied at the Royal College of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art, London, as well as The School at the Art Institute of Chicago. Flood-Paddock’s work engages with elements from popular culture including food, design and literature. Solo exhibitions include Tate Britain, London, 2012, and the Hayward Gallery, London, 2010. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission
Joe Frazer (b.1983 London) lives and works in London. He studied Art & Art History at Goldsmiths College (2002-2005) and was also a guest student in Mark Leckey’s Film Class, Hfbk Staedelschule, Frankfurt (2008-2009). Frazer makes elegant sculptures using a variety of materials and processes. The works are autobiographical, resembling counterfeit ‘mug shots’ of the artist and his desires. Recent exhibitions include Fashion Arts Commissions – The British Fashion Council & Royal Academy of Arts – Joe Frazer and Agi & Sam, Christie’s, Piccadilly, London, 2016; Joyride, KINMAN NY, Manhattan, New York, 2015; I Love you Me either, Project Native Informant, Mayfair, London, 2014; Open Heart Surgery, The Moving Museum, London, 2013 and Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2013, Spike Island, Bristol & ICA, London, 2013. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission.
London-based artist Spencer Fung delights in the intelligence and resilience of the natural world, which he studies with intense care and interest. As a child growing up in Hong Kong, he sought out glimpses of nature, and relished trips to the sea. Keeping sketchbooks from a young age, he became fascinated by the interplay of space and light, structure and landscape. He moved to the UK to study architecture at Cambridge University, and in 1990, founded his architectural practice. His painting expresses the ways he is both profoundly touched by the beauty of natural environments, and troubled by the threats humankind often poses to their survival. Fungs works are held in public and private collections worldwide.
Rachel Garrard is a British artist who lives and works in New York. Garrard studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and the Byamshaw School of Art in London. Garrard’s work explores space, light and ‘visionary worlds’, using natural or found materials including bleach, ash, quartz, rock pigments and smoke. Her work has been exhibited internationally at the National Academy Museum, New York, Lille Métropole Musée d’Art Moderne, France, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Shizaru Gallery, London and Kraftwerk Rummelsburg, Berlin.
Tom Gidley is a contemporary artist who lives and works in London. Since graduating his MA at Central Saint Martins in the early 1990’s, Gidley has shown his work at exhibitions internationally. Recent exhibitions include ‘The Birmingham Show’, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, (2015), ‘Happy Valleys’, Galerie Simpson, Swansea (2015), ‘A Point of Signification’, Galerie Huit, Hong Kong (2015), ‘New Order II’, Saatchi Gallery, London, (2014), ‘Selected By’, Limoncello, London (2014).
Ludovica is a London based artist born in Rome. She graduated with an MFA Fine Art Media from the Slade School of Art in 2004 and has been exhibiting internationally since. Recent solo exhibitions include Patterns of Trade (with Jebila Okongwu), Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan (2015), Neurotic Seduction Astral Production, John Jones Project Space, London (2014), Mineral Rush Flamingo Crush, Galleria Mangiabarche, Calasetta (2013) and Forecasting Ouroboros, MACRO, Rome (2012). Recent group exhibitions include Toast, Atelierhaus Salzamt, Linz (2016), Imitation Game, Maraya Art Park, Sharjah (2015) and Liquid Lead, Off Biennale Cairo, Darb 1718, Cairo (2015).
Hilde Goossens is an abstract painter who lives and works in Belgium. Goossen's studied at the Academy of Arts, Waasmunster, Belgium (2004-2006) and the Sint-Lucas Institute, Ghent, Belgium with distinction (1994-1997). Goossen's works are often characterised by an impressionistic style with loose brush strokes and attention to movement, forms and light. Goossen's has exhibited at the CC De Meent, Rendez-vous at Gallery Resonans, Gallery HuisHuis and ID+Art Center in Belgium, as well as the Shizuoka Art Palet in Japan. Her works are held in private collections worldwide.
Alma Haser (b.1989) is a contemporary photographer based in London. Haser is known for her complex and meticulously constructed photographic collages. Expanding the dimensions of traditional portrait photography, the artist takes her photographs further by using inventive paper-folding techniques, collage and mixed media to create layers of intrigue around her subjects. Haser has won many awards for her work including the Magenta Foundation's Bright Spark Award (2013) for her Cosmic Surgery series. Her piece 'The Ventriloquist' was shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in 2012. In 2016 Haser won the PDN Photo Annual Award for her Eureka Effect series. Her works have been exhibited worldwide and recent venues have included the 2017 Saatchi Gallery show 'From Selfie to Self-Expression'.
Serge Horta is a Hong Kong based documentary photographer. Horta traditionally trained in architecture. The artist states that this background informs the lens through which he views the world. Horta's photographs are the result of a deep interest in how different cultures live, adapt and interact with the built environment. His extensive portfolio documents the metamorphosis of the urban landscapes in which he has lived or merely traversed - from Sydney to New York, London to Guangzhou. Having photographed in over 70 countries, he encounters and engages with local residents. Consequently we see deeply personal and immensely human stories emerging from what has often been overlooked. Horta's works are held in private collections in the United States, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, The Netherlands, UK, Spain, Portugal, France and Switzerland.
Alexandra Kohl is a textile artist based in New York who creates organic, geometric forms through weaving horsehair and linen. Her work is informed by minimalism, organic architecture, and the natural qualities of plant and animal. Splitting her time between her Brooklyn studio and working with horses in Northern Westchester, Kohl’s designs are informed by the calming nature present in the relationship between horse and rider. Her work transmits a meditative, healing essence through the stillness of simple design and equine spirit.
Piotr Krzymowski (b.1989) is a Polish artist based in London. He studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. The artist works across a variety of media including photography, installation, collage and moving image. In his practice Krzymowski examines the effects of the internet age and the ways in which our manners, relationships and feelings can be expressed and interacted with through internet-fuelled devices. Krzymowski has exhibited in galleries and institutions including the ICA (London), CCA (Glasgow), Whitechapel Gallery (London), CoCA (Torun), Liverpool Bienial, Tate Modern (London), Kasia Michalski Gallery (Warsaw), and L'étrangère gallery (London). His works are held in public and private collections worldwide.
Sun Lah is a Korean artist who lives and works in Seoul and London. Lah graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MFA in sculpture in 2013. Previously she studied sculpture at the Ewha Womens University, Seoul, Korea. Lah has undertaken projects throughout the UK and Korea. Selected exhibitions include a solo show at 63 Sky Art Museum, Seoul, Korea, At Home Salon, Marcelle Joseph Projects, UK, 'Spring: inspiration', Seoul City Hall, Korea and Springboard, White Post Gallery London. Project > Skylon London
Lucas Lai is an artist and designer who works primarily in photography and collage. Lai creates works, often in black and white, that are abstract or surrealist focussing on both macro and micro worlds. Lai studied at the Parson School of Design in New York and the American University of Paris. He is currently studying a masters degree in Fine Art at the KASK en Conservatorium in Gent, Belgium. Since 2010 Lai has worked as an exhibition co-ordinator and production assistant for Ai WeiWei. He was artist in residence at La Porte Peinte Centre Pour Les Arts, Noyers Sur Serein, France, from 2011 to 2012 and Artist in an Olivegarden in F-Arles in 2018, which was co-founded by Arts Atrium Switzerland.
Lily Ludlow was born in Los Angeles, CA and grew up in Seattle, WA. Her paintings have been widely exhibited in New York at galleries such as Hauser & Wirth, Leo Koenig, White Columns, and Nicelle Beauchene. Ludlow has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, Rebecca Camhi, Athens, Greece and CANADA, New York. She has been represented by CANADA since 2004. She lives and works in Port Chester, New York. Project >Hotel Sanders
William Luz is an artist and illustrator who works with drawing, ceramics, painting, print and occasionally music. He is interested in colour, form, movement and finding new ways of representing the seen world using found and unexpected materials. Working initially from a wide range of reference material collected over many years, these images become abstracted, combined and deconstructed to produce a new personal visual history that is at once recognisable and new. William is one third of Nous Vous Collective, has exhibited internationally, is a lecturer on MA Illustration at London College of Communication and writes a regular column in the Smudge magazine.
Chema Madoz is a celebrated Spanish photographer, best known for his black and white poetic and surrealist imagery. Madoz studied Art History at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Since the 1990's he has used a Hasselblad camera to take all his photographs. Madoz has had solo shows at the Netherland Photomuseum, Rotterdam, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain, the Hermitage Museum, Kazán, Russia and the Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, among others. In November 2011, Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Spain, alongside Chilean first lady Cecilia Morel, opened an inaugural exhibition of Chema Madoz's work at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago, Chile. Madoz' works are held in public and private collections worldwide.
Janne Malmros is a Danish artist who lives and works in the UK and Denmark. She graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London with a Masters in Fine Art. Previously, she studied art & design at Central Saint Martins College, London. Exhibitions include Re-launch at the UCL Art Museum, London, Nature Morte, Ha gamle prestegard, Norway and a solo exhibition at the Florence Nightingale Museum, London. Malmros’ work is held in many public and private collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum, UCL Art Museum, Clifford Chance Art Collection and the art collection at the Henry Moore Institute. Project > The Courthouse London
Nancy Milner is a British born painter who graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2013. Previously she studied Fine Art at the University of Reading. Milner constructs paintings that use colour and form to investigate light and space in painting. Recent residencies include the Abbey Painting Scholarship and The British School at Rome residency between 2014 and 2015. Milner has been awarded the Keeper’s Print Prize, the Jerwood Painting Prize and a bursary from the Artists’ Collecting Society. Her work can be found in collections including The Jerwood Art Collection and Hiscox Art Collection. Project > Greenwich Peninsula London
Sophie Mo is an illustrator and designer living and working in London. Mo graduated with a First Class Honours in BA Illustration and Visual Communication from the University of Westminster in 2016. Working across both print and digital creative environments, Sophie is a frequent collaborator who has partnered with many local businesses across London, as well as design, branding and creative agencies. Mo takes her inspiration from victorian illustrative styles and modern tattooing culture. She has showcased her work through exhibitions, large wall murals and live art and drawing workshops. Project > Andaz London Liverpool Street
Steven Morgana is an Australian-French artist living and working in London. He graduated from Goldsmiths College, University of London, with a Masters in Fine Art in 2012. Previously Morgana studied at Curtin University, Perth and École Nationale Supérieure des Beuxs-Arts de Paris. Exhibitions include De/Construct with Steven Morgana and Nick Wood at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London; Spike Island, Bristol and the 4th Thessaloniki Biennale at the Jewish Museum, Thessaloniki, GR. Morgana was shortlisted for the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award at the Standpoint Gallery, London, 2014. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission
Elaine Mullings is a British born artist who lives and works in Sussex, England. Mullings graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, with an MFA in sculpture in 2011. Previously, she studied at Camberwell College of Art. Mullings was awarded The Red Mansion Foundation Art Prize in 2010 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council Postgraduate Award in 2011. Selected commissions include The Bloomsbury Festival, London, and Conran+Partners, Istanbul, Turkey. Project > The Courthouse London
Kyounghee Noh is a painter born in Seoul, Korea. Noh graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, with a Masters degree in Fine Arts in 2012. Selected exhibitions include Rising Stars, Coombe Gallery, UK, The 5th 4482 [Sasapari] : Map the Korea, Barge house, London and the Jerwood Drawing Prize tour, Tour de Mac, Birmingham, UK. Noh was the receiver of the Monnington Art Prize in 2012 and was selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2012. Project > PMQ Hong Kong
Ayline Olukman is a painter and photographer born in Strasbourg, France, and based in New York. Olukman graduated with an MFA from ESAD School of Decorative Arts, Strasbourg, in 2005. Olukman is interested in the theory of photography in comparison to painting as well as concepts of nostalgia, imagination and dystopia. Recent solo exhibitions include Impossible Passion, Alan Istanbul Gallery, Istanbul, 2015, Les paradis perdus, Galerie Bertrand Gillig, Strasbourg, 2014 and Midcentury Oasis, Galerie Artima, Paris, 2012. Recent group exhibitions include Summer with a Thousand Julys, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, 2016, Territories of Beyond, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami, 2016 and Summer Collective, Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York, 2015.
Timurtaş Onan is a Turkish documentary photographer and film director who was born and raised in Istanbul. Onan began practicing photography in the 1980's and is known for creating arresting images that are pictorially beautiful, as well as being politically charged. Published works include the photo books: Nights on Beyoğlu (2005), Istanbul Blues (2009) and Historical Peninsula / Reflections (2010). His short film Street Children (2007) was awarded best documentary at the Beylikdüzü Short Film Festival and PAM Short Film Festival. Onan's works are held in public and private collections worldwide.
Aimée Parrott (b.1987) is a London based artist whose work combines multiple processes including printmaking techniques such as silk screening and mono printing, as well as batik and collaging fabric. Parrott studied her BA Fine Art at University College Falmouth (2009) before going on to study a Post Graduate Diploma at the Royal Academy Schools (2014). Recent group exhibitions include: Soaked, not resting, a two person show with Helen Frankenthaler, Pippy Houldsworth (2015); a two person show at the Kennington Residency (2015) Promise of Palm Trees, Breese Little (2015); Contemporary British Abstraction, The Container Gallery (2015); Derive, group show with Angela de la Cruz & Danny Rolph, curated by Stuart Evans (2015); Painting about Painting curated by Andrew Hewish for Simmons and Simmons (2015). Recent residencies include Artists League of New York (2014) and the Angelika Studios Residency (2013). Awards include The Dentons Art Prize (2016), the Archie Sherman Scholarship (2012-2014) and The Ford Award travel bursary (2013).
Steven Quinn is a collage artist who lives and works in East London. Using cut-outs from vintage magazines and found ephemera, Quinn’s collages juxtapose commercial and dystopian images, whilst highlighting darker social, political and climactic issues. Quinn graduated with an MFA from the University of Ulster. Recent exhibitions include ‘Once Upon A Tomorrow’, Curious Duke Gallery, London (2017) and ‘New Dawn’, Leontia Gallery & PingHub International, London (2017).
Gabrielle Raaff (b. 1970) lives and works in the South Peninsula of Cape Town, South Africa. She graduated with a BFA (HDE) form Stellenbosch University in 1992. Raaff's works begin with a photographic image as a springboard. The medium of photography, and its ability to fix an image is what piques her interest. The artist works with ethereality, using the media of ink, water colour and water based oil as a vehicle for alluding to the form, function and emotion of her subject. Raaff is interested in the space and arrangement of cities and the everyday goings on of the people that inhabit them. Some works revel in the abstract qualities of the view while recent works play out in a more intimate, painterly relationship with the subject. Raaff has had five solo shows and exhibited extensively both locally and abroad.
Sophie Rees is a Welsh artist who lives and works in Wales and London, England. Rees completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting at the University of Brighton. She then went on to complete a university sponsored artist residency in Argentina. Rees' works are often inspired by architectural spaces that she has encountered. Her paintings are held in private collections in the UK, Dubai, France, Brazil and the USA. Project > Greenwich Peninsula London
Abigail Reynolds is a British artist who lives and works in Cornwall. Reynolds read English Literature at the University of Oxford before pursuing a career in Fine Art. Her passion for books & libraries informs her collages and sculpture, which are often composed of found photographs spliced to create fresh narratives. In March 2016 she was awarded the BMW Art Journey Prize at Art Basel, to travel to lost libraries along the Silk Road. Recent exhibitions include ‘The Universal Now and further episodes’ at PEER, London, and ‘We beat the bounds’, a solo exhibition at Tate St Ives.
Kate Roebuck is an artist living and working in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Largely influenced by her background in textile design Roebuck finds inspiration in form, pattern, color, and texture. Exploring these classical themes, she seeks to create open-ended visual dialogue and to shed light on the ever-evolving relationship of the creator and the created. Drawing from nature and everyday life, Kate’s work is both bold and quirky, an interpretation undoubtedly all her own. Her world is best described as witty, unconventional, and rhythmic, chasing the elusive balance of playfulness and precision.
Elke Sada is a German multidisciplinary artist based in Leipzig. She originally worked as a research scientist for over ten years before training as a ceramicist in the UK, with an MA in ceramics and glass from the Royal College of Art. Sada combines her love of expressive painting with everyday objects in her striking ceramic objects. She has exhibited and lectured widely throughout Asia, Europe and the USA, with her works joining major public and private collections around the world.
Project >Hotel Sanders
Prem Sahib is a British born artist living and working in London. Sahib graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2013 and previously studied at the Slade School of Fine Art. Sahib works primarily as a sculptor. Recent exhibitions include a show at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, Tongues, Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai, Night Flies, Southard Reid, London and Back Chat, Lorcan O’Neill Gallery, Rome. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission
Ismini Samanidou is a Greek textiles artist who lives and works in London. Samanidou trained at Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art. Recent residencies and awards include the Jerwood Contemporary Makers Award, 'Place Making' a residency with the Craft Council and The British Council residency in Bangladesh. Samanidou's work features in both private and public collections including the Crafts Council, The Worshipful Company of Weavers (Permanent collection at the V&A Museum) and Central Saint Martins Archive Collection. Project > Fulham Riverside
Maria Savva is a Cypriot painter who lives and works in London. Savva completed her BA in Fine Art at the University of Hertfordshire and is currently completing her Masters in Painting at the Slade School of Art, University College London. Savva is known for her portraiture, bold use of paint and expressive brush strokes. Her artworks are held in various collections worldwide. Project > The German Gymnasium
Robin Seir was born in 1986 in Gothenburg, Sweden. He lives and works in London. In 2016 he graduated from The Royal Academy Schools, London, with an MA in Fine Arts. Previously he studied at Chelsea College of Arts, London. Seir's work is preoccupied with our recognition and connotation of visual language. Seir breaks down lettering, logos and other visual identifiers from our society in a mission to strip previous meaning and focus on pure form and colour. Seir has had solo exhibitions at the Royal Academy, London, Gether Contemporary, Copenhagen, Union Gallery, London and Galleri Cora Hillebrand, Gothenburg. His works are held in collections worldwide.
Tolga Sezgin is a photographer and photojournalist born and based in Istanbul, Turkey. Sezgin graduated from Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, before co-founding NAR Photos in 2003, an independent photography collective. Sezgin’s reportage style is often hailed for its raw and unaltered depiction of everyday life in Turkey. Sezgin has worked with photo agency Corbis in Paris, and often participates in the World Press Photo Seminars in Turkey. Sezgin has a particular interest in documenting political movements, including the protests that took place in Istanbul in 2013.
Soheila Sokhanvari is an Iranian born artist who lives and works in London. Sokhanvari graduated in 2011 with a Masters degree in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College. Previously she studied Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Recent exhibitions include This Is London, Shizaru Gallery, London (2012), Open Heart Surgery, The Moving Museum, London (2013), Future can Wait, Saatchi Gallery, London (2013) and HEY, I’M MR.POETIC, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge (2014). Sokhanvari has been nominated for numerous awards including the Catlin Art Prize 2012 and Future Can Wait 2013. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission
Nobuyuki Taguchi is a Japanese artist who has been resident in London since 1990. Taguchi studied Fine Art at the University of East London, which is where he first learned the foundational skills of photography. Taguchi is known for his cinematic style of imagery and for his ability to capture quirky and unusual moments in time. He likes to work with analogue film equipment and predominantly produces images in black and white.
Jonathan Trayte is a British born artist who graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts with a Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art in 2010. Solo exhibitions include James Fuentes Gallery, New York, Identity Gallery, Hong Kong, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London, and Canterbury Cathedral, UK. Group exhibitions include Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London, Poppy Sebire Gallery, London, Franks-Suss Collection, Saatchi Gallery, London and the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Trayte was shortlisted for the Converse X Dazed Emerging Artist Award 2015. Project > City Of London Public Sculpture Commission
Marie-Margaux is a Greek/Italian designer and Animation director based in London. Born in Athens in 1986, she studied Illustration and Animation in Kingston University and at the Royal College of Art, where she co-founded Moth, an award winning animation studio acclaimed for their sensitive and thought provoking hand-drawn animation with an emphasis on design and story. Her personal films use interviews and observational drawings to tell personal stories of her family and childhood, and her graduation film ‘My Mother’s Coat’ has been shown and awarded in festivals worldwide.
Martin Usborne studied Psychology and Philosophy at Edinburgh University, followed by 3D Animation at Glasgow School of Art before becoming a photographer. Among many group and solo exhibitions Usborne has participated in the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, London, and more recently, he had a solo show at Hackney Museum titled 'Joseph of Hoxton', which showcased his photo series following the life of native east Londoner Joseph Markovitch. Aside from his work as a photographer, Martin also runs Hoxton Mini Press; an independent publishing company based in east London that produces collectable photography books. Project > Andaz London Liverpool Street
Mathieu Weemaels is a contemporary Belgian artist who draws inspiration from abstract painters including Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, and Kandinsky. Each painting begins with the application of dry pastels which the artist makes himself and which he loves for their softness and lightness. He then applies oil colours to the canvas in a complicated process of layering whereby he develops depth and the overarching composition of the work. Weemael's states that he represents elements of the real world in his works, featuring simple everyday objects in still life compositions. The uniqueness of his work has earned him numerous exhibitions in Belgium, France, Italy, Spain and Denmark, as well as numerous awards including the prestigious Royal Academy art prize of Belgium.
Kentaro Yamada is a Japanese born artist, raised in New Zealand, who lives and works in London. In 2011, he graduated with distinction from Goldsmiths University of London with a Masters in Fine Art. Previously, he studied at the School of Art Institute of Chicago and Elam School of Fine Arts, The University of Auckland. Exhibitions include All That Is Solid Melts Into Air: From Interactive To Interpassive, Gallery Momo, Tokyo, Japan and b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d.b.d MARS! Munich, DE. Project > Fulham Riverside
Born in Paris in 1991 and raised in Istanbul, Sarp Kerem Yavuz (SARP) is a multimedia artist working primarily with photography, light projection and video. His works seek to redefine and challenge our relationship with the Islamic religion, as well as explore themes of gender, politics and violence. He holds a BA in Studio Art with Honors from Oberlin College and an MFA in Studio Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he received the New Artists Society Award and the Carol Becker Dean's Award. His works have been exhibited in over 30 exhibitions worldwide and are held in permanent museum collections in Asia, the USA and Turkey. SARP currently lives and works between Chicago, Los Angeles and Istanbul.