Artist to Watch

Uriel Orlow, Remnants of the Future /Plans for the Past (Diptych), 2010-12. Two channel HD video, sound. Installation view at Spike Island, Bristol, 2013 (Photo- Stuart Whipps). Courtesy the artist and Seventeen
Artist to Watch 30 Oct 2014 By teamcas

Uriel Orlow

Nel Aerts, Frau Wolke Esser, 2014. Acrylic on wood, 82 x 68 cm. Courtesy of Carl Freedman Gallery, London
Artist to Watch 7 Oct 2014 By teamcas

Nel Aerts

Magali Reus, Dregs (Flash Batch), (detail), 2013. Hand hammered and powder coated aluminium, mirror polished aluminium, sand blasted aluminium, snake-eye security nuts and bolts, laser cut and powder coated aluminium, rubber dipped burnt pizzas, cotton, 96 x 82 x 41 cm. Courtesy The approach.
Artist to Watch 3 Sep 2014 By Team

Magali Reus

Magali Reus’ (b. 1981, Den Haag) sculptural installations derive from ideas of compartmentalised privacy often experienced in bathrooms and kitchens. Motifs of filling and emptying, stuffing and purging, Reus’ sculptures allude…

Samara Scott, Cascading Style Sheets, 2013. Courtesy the artist
Artist to Watch 1 Jul 2014 By teamcas

Samara Scott

Camille Henrot, “The Pale Fox”, Installation View, 2014. Chisenhale Gallery, London. Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York. Photo: Andy Keate
Artist to Watch 28 May 2014 By teamcas

Camille Henrot

Installation view, War Dance, Anton Kern Gallery, New York
Artist to Watch 17 Apr 2014 By teamcas

Francis Upritchard

Helen Marten, Evian Disease, 2012. Installation view at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012 – 2013. Courtesy the artist and Sadie Coles HQ.
Artist to Watch 4 Mar 2014 By teamcas

Helen Marten

Helen Marten uses sculptural assemblage and video to reflect upon the relationship between two and three dimensional form. Taking as a starting point the contemporary image world, the flattened digital…

«Subtraction as Addition» 2012 Installation view of the show «Launching Rockets Never Gets Old» at Camden Arts Centre, 2012 Dimension 200 x 300 x 3cm © the artist and Ancient&Modern
Artist to Watch 27 Jan 2014 By teamcas

Raphael Hefti

Raphael Hefti (b.1978) engages with industrial and natural processes which are pushed and manipulated to their limits to create arresting works across a range of media including photography, sculpture and…

Heather Phillipson 'Splashy Phasings' HD video, 2013, commissioned by Channel 4, Northern Film & Media and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Image courtesy the artist and Channel 4
Artist to Watch 5 Dec 2013 By teamcas

Heather Phillipson

Heather Phillipson works with sculpture, moving image, text and sound, creating video installations and ‘talking pictures’ (video with live voice) that weave the viewer through a collage of fragmentary and…

Anna Barham, ‘Double Screen (Not quite tonight jellylike)’, 2013. 2 channel HD video production still. Copyright the artist. Courtesy of Arcade, London
Artist to Watch 6 Nov 2013 By teamcas

Anna Barham

With a practice that incorporates writing, video, drawing, sculpture and performance, Anna Barham’s work interrogates language’s endless and unruly potential through the bodily and technological operations that act upon it….

Installation view of the 2013 solo exhibition If I was to draw a line, this journey started approximately 400 km north of the equator at South London Gallery, London. Courtesy South London Gallery, London. Photo by Mark Blower
Artist to Watch 2 Oct 2013 By teamcas

Oscar Murillo

Oscar Murillo works across a wide range of media and techniques, including paint, printmaking, sculpture, installation, video and events. The materials Murillo uses often inhabit his studio for a long…

Eddie Peake, 'Adjective Machine Gun', Inside the White Cube, North Galleries, Bermondsey, London (6 March - 21 April 2013) © Eddie Peake Photo: Ben Westoby Courtesy White Cube
Artist to Watch 31 May 2013 By teamcas

Eddie Peake

As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Eddie Peake.

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