Kayan Kwok is an artist, illustration and a graphic designer based in Hong Kong. Vintage, retro, pin up, collage are the keywords for her works, she also is fascinated by the advertisment duing the 1920 – 1960 in American. Therefore her work reflected certain element from back then but then she also added some graphic design element, which make it different from traditional collage.
Eckart Hahn was born in 1971 in Freiburg/Breisgau. Eckart Hahn has had numerous shows in many German and American galleries. His works are parts of prestigious collections in Europe and North America. In 2005, he received the Prize of the Artists Association in Württemberg.
'In NEW WAVES, Takashi Homma presents a series of photographs of the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii spanning thirteen years. The photographs of waves depict the coastline continuously un-changed by climate or seasonal time. By reproducing and revisiting the same landscape repeatedly, Homma captures focused reflections of the interaction between pictorial and mental space, the waves and our selves.'
Roger Hiorns’ sculptural work generates and inhabits interstices between dissentient ideas: construction and destruction; the theological and the technological; temporality and permanence; authoritarian control and organic spontaneity. His objects are threaded with an unease that ties them, and our experience of them, to the amorphous, unrelenting global anxiety which suffuses our everyday understanding and reality. (viaLuhring Augustine)
Alexander Harding was born in 1980 in Boston, Massachusetts. He received his B.F.A. in Painting from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2002 and an M.F.A. in Photography in 2011. Using Photography and other media, Harding’s work explores our physical and emotional connections to sunlight. Since 2007, Harding has been an Adjunct Professor in fine arts at the Boston Architectural College. He lives in Wallingford, Connecticut and works throughout New England. (viaPanopticon Gallery)
Dana Holst is a mid career Canadian artist based in Edmonton, Alberta, working primarily in painting, drawing and printmaking. Holst’s work is an ongoing investigation into the human experience, focusing on the self and it’s place within society. Themes of social stereotyping and power struggles between the sexes are habitual for Holst who obsesses with depicting the female experience in conflict. Her girl figures are usually dressed in frilly costumes with matching hair bows and equally menacing emotions. Mysterious scenarios for the wayward girls include hunting for wild animals and living out fairytale fantasies in an attempt to find and exert power.
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