Generic Jungle - embracing the uncanny

Generic Jungle - embracing the uncanny

Olga Fedorova is a Russian artist based in Belgium, with a background she has described “in composition and colour application”. She presents us with “Generic Jungle,” her first show at Annka Kultys Gallery, consisted of eight equally-sized panels rendering different dystopian scenes using the lenticular material.

by rodrigo carlon

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the identity of opposites

the identity of opposites

The first time we saw Thomas Langley's works at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop, they vociferously called attention to an internal conflict the artist is dealing with, where the only possible course of action is a highly objectionable one. Langley uses a very direct language that is initially disturbing, where everything is revealed to us, and the works start becoming meaningful because of their familiarity.

by vanessa and martin

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The Great Women Artists: Women on Instagram

The Great Women Artists: Women on Instagram

As a perfect follow-up to my two articles on discovering artists on Instagram, the exhibition of “The Great Women Artists: Women on Instagram” at Mother London presents a physical gallery of works from the screens of our Instagram app. In 2015, Katy Hessel established an Instagram profile purely focusing on the great female artists. Her engagement and devotion to her project led to a realisation of her first exhibition presenting fifteen UK-based women artists. Adela’s picks chose five favourites.

by adela smejkal

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