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. Ostensibly 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,…

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