Polish artist Marta Klonowska continues her unique sculptural technique of using thousands of shards of glass to form colorful animals.
Faurschou Foundation is happy to present for the first time in Hong Kong, a pop up exhibition with the exhibition MEAT, The Rejected Paintings.
“Zeng Fanzhi: Parcours” covers nearly thirty years of Zeng’s creative output, winding through his extensive stylistic and thematic evolutions on canvas and in sculptural form.
Spanish artist Paco Pomet references the appearance of vintage vacation photos and vast historical landscapes in his surreal oil paintings.
For the SS17 collection ‘Athirst’, Monta Aspane developed a series of abstract prints that were conceived to reflect the meaning of the archaic English phrase.
Ohata places vibrantly painted figurative sculptures in the foreground of similarly styled paintings that when viewed directly appear to be a single artwork.
We introduced the realistic paintings of Anna Halldin-Maule where she’s still exploring the idea of fashion in today’s society.
Ellen Altfest is a painter based out of New York. Her realist canvas are technical, meticulous but pervaded by a prickly sense of overwhelming awkwardness.
Artist Mariele Neudecker builds three dimensional images contained within large aquariums, an ongoing series she refers to as “Tank Works.”
This is the latest project by Guido Daniele who has painted various hands to look like Batman, the Statue of Liberty, Queen Elizabeth II, and few other characters and things.