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Josephine Pryde

Josephine Pryde often takes from fashion photography and advertisements in her work, but rather than merely recalling these popular... Read more

Katrien De Blauwer

Emotions have always been the driving force and main consideration in the work of Katrien De Blauwer. She is... Read more

Haroon Gunn-Salie

Born in 1989 in Cape Town, Haroon Gunn-Salie represents a new generation of artists whose works are informed by... Read more

Hou Chien Cheng

The work of Hou Chien Cheng (b. 1981, Taiwan) focuses on autobiography; on both visual practice and theoretical research. A... Read more

Johan Rosenmunthe – Off II

Through digital communications, including Facebook, Twitter, online dating and personal websites, the representation of our personalities in becoming increasingly... Read more

Petros Efstathiadis

Fantasy, freedom and ingenuity are the characteristics that mark the work of the Greek photographer, Petros Efstathiadis. His images... Read more

Stefania Gurdowa

From 1921 until 1937, Stefania Gurdowa (1888-1968) ran her own photography studio in Dębica, Poland. In those days, it... Read more

John Stezaker

John Stezaker (British, b.1949) is one of the leading artists in modern photographic collage and appropriation. Employing vintage photographs,... Read more

Zhe Chen – The Bearable

“By documenting my self-inflicted wounds, I aim to externalize otherwise unspeakable, internal sufferings into a tangible form of artwork,... Read more

Imran Qureshi

The work of the Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi brings together two extremes: clear traces of death and violence with... Read more

Robert Montgomery

Bicycling to work, walking to the supermarket with traffic racing past and the pavement full of people: everything is... Read more