Josh Sperling’s exhibition ‘Head Over Heels’ is a contemporary climax from the bottom to the top floor. The works combine nature and craftsmanship through different stages of colour, canvas, and complexity. Their optical play presents mesmerizing mazes between mandalas and marble game.
Fragmented limbs and hysterical women, candy on canvas, but with substance. Matisse, marks, and Loriot: David Salle conceiving perfect paintings.
Ad Minoliti's art explores alternative world approaches. Their practice fuses political activism and modernist critique, painting and puppets, gender-theory and wellbeing awareness. Multi-sensual and multi-color, their works and installations create unfamiliar experiences and offer new perspectives. Playing allowed!
Born in Australia with Egyptian descent, the cultures seem to fuse in Justin Williams’ paintings: Oranges and snakes, pipes and water pipes, jeans and morning gowns, flowers and fish. Gaugin with an Egyptian touch. Matisse’s paper-cuts in acrylic – iconography and invention.
Sam Cherof's work is evolution. His latest paintings are large-format, ungrounded canvasses in gesso-and-pigment technique. Focussing around the concept of approachability, these works highlight physical experience and a universal understanding. The artist's path and comments up until now.