Artists
Giacomo Brunelli

Giacomo Brunelli

Giacomo Brunelli is best known for his critically acclaimed series The Animals I/II where he has photographed striking portraits of animals – mostly taken in Italy. Brunelli’s technique involves the exploitation of light, shadow and contrast, which imbue his images with a dramatic atmosphere and an unsettling feeling of perturbation. Brunelli appropriates the concepts, the...
Lindsey Bull

Lindsey Bull

Lindsey Bull explores perceptions of reality and illusion, investigating fragmentary instances where the real merges with the fantastical. She explores a history of practices that shift the everyday into realms of spiritual, ritualistic or psychedelic perception. Drawing upon a lexicon of imagery from books on witchcraft and cults, to silent film stills and occult magazines,...
Virgilio Ferreira

Virgilio Ferreira

Virgilio Ferreira looks to capture impressions that are vague or intangible, but that include notions of social and everyday life. He attempts to do this by exploring the analogue photographic process creatively, in order to deny any fixed reality and the vision that the camera offers. At the same time, aesthetically, the images may have...
Stephen Goodman

Stephen Goodman

Stephen Goodman’s practice deals with the power and progression of time; his paintings often take weeks or months to form an identity. Although defined by time, Goodman’s paintings are an outcome of an open ended process, and hold a significant affiliation with the seismic occurrences that occur on our planet. Under his authority as creator, time, gravity, instability and...
Marguerite Horner

Marguerite Horner

Marguerite Horner’s practice is concerned with the non-material, a reality that is accessed through contemplation and painting. Today the moving image dominates our world and whilst visually powerful in so many respects, it denies us the opportunity for stillness and reflection. The value of a painting lies in its ability to induce a contemplative state...
Andrew Leventis

Andrew Leventis

Andrew Leventis works on the a blurred boundary between the genres of still life and portraiture. At a certain point still life becomes portraiture, as objects become symbolic portraits and people become illustrated possessions. This kind of ‘still-life portraiture’ seems contradictory in that it equates people with objects, yet it also gives value to the...
Dan McDermott

Dan McDermott

McDermott is a painter of the overlooked. The painter’s extensive body of work is drawn from an expanding archive of images, frozen frames from film and television, emotionally resonant from their entrapment within the decades in which they were born and forgotten. The resulting image often seems familiar but its references are evasive, creating a...
Antonio Marguet

Antonio Marguet

A born collector from south of Spain, Antonio first started ‘camera snapping’ as stylist. As a visual artist based in London for more than 15 years, and with a background in Fine Art, he brings together a range of interdisciplinary skills, from sculpture to making but always resulting in photography. Recipient of the Sproxton Award for best...
Hugh Mendes

Hugh Mendes

For the past decade Hugh Mendes has obsessively collected newspaper clippings which he translates into intimate and detailed trompe l’oeil paintings. Recently Mendes has been working on an ongoing, and never ending, series of obituaries. These journalistic articles serve to condense a life into a few column inches and a single image – a scrap of...
Minhong Pyo

Minhong Pyo

Minhong Pyo carefully examines the interface between the real and imaginary by both constructing his own worlds which he then photographs or by taking enigmatic photographs of the real world. All images are then manipulated to further blur the boundaries of reality. A photograph is often seen as a window to absolute truth, reproducing what...