Artist Xavier Solé Mora to create a new digital work inspired by Francisco Goya’s ‘Follies’ for Aspen Digital Art Award 2017/18
For the past four years, Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited (Aspen) and the Contemporary Art Society Consultancy have been working together to uncover the most exciting young talent in the field of digital art.
Bradley studied law before committing to visual arts. It might have been her legal thinking that shaped Bradley’s curiosity towards structures: laws are made, applied, respected, augmented. Similarly, art’s rules can be set, coded, moved, and played with.
Laura Gannon at Kate Macgarry
There is an instinctive attraction to the materiality of her work, multiple layers of paint on both sides of a thick linen
‘Love Life: Act 1’ at PEER, Jonathan Baldock and Emma Hart
Basing their collaboration around the domestic drama of Punch and Judy brings a rich and magical world of childhood pleasure to this work, but also the senseless and maniacal violence
Silke Otto Knapp, ‘Seascapes’ at greengrassi
The artist’s new show creates a solemn atmosphere for her new paintings of landscapes and figures
Dynamics of power are what Hutchison is really committed to, using the absurd to question how the rational functions.
The artist only graduated from the Royal Academy in 2014 and she has quickly developed a visual language that worth keeping an eye on.
Her multidisciplinary practice investigates themes of transformation, ritual and the human figure, employing a range of media to tell a story.
Her multidisciplinary practice, comprising performance, film, photography and installation, revolves around experimental narrative texts.
Chiara Fumai, The Book of Evil Spirits, waterside contemporary, London
If you have ever played Ouija board then you will recognise what adorns the walls of Waterside Contemporary. Italian artist Chiara Fumai explores radical feminism through conjuring the occult in her new show at the Hoxton gallery.