005 – Marton Perlaki

                      Photography is obsession, no?               The A12 runs north from the Thames, snaking round the Olympic Park to head out of London, meeting the North Sea at Lowestoft two and a half hours later. At Bow, in the…

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004 – Romy Cole-Groth

        Rendered in soft pastels and metallic paints, acrylic ink and marker pen, Romy Cole-Groth’s gestural, expressive abstract paintings are a record of the artist’s research into shape and colour; an instinctive, spontaneous exploration of an innate visual language. Shared primarily through Instagram, her work is immediate and placeless, garnering a strong…

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003 – Marina Richter

        Polyptych is a regular series that invites artists to establish new connections and contexts for their work, encouraging a meditation on approach and process         For a long time, as I took my first tentative steps towards practicing photography as art, I felt like a gatecrasher. It is…

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002 – Darren Harvey-Regan

      The work of British artist Darren Harvey-Regan mediates between photography and sculpture. An ongoing investigation into the relationship between representation and objecthood, since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2010, Harvey-Regan’s practice has self-reflexively explored the conventions of the art object, forming a body of work – divided into ‘chapters’…

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001 – Anna Paola Guerra

      The photography of Brazilian artist Anna Paola Guerra is an exercise in depicting almost nothing. A record of human activity – a stool locked to a bench; crates stacked between a tree and a wall; tissue paper slipped inside a paper bag – her images are quiet and uninhabited and still, dissociated…

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