Category: BRIEFS

Jérôme Nadeau: RUINS

by Maddy Tripp

With the focus on materiality, disintegration, and the gesture of the artist, Jerome Nadeau uses photography to contextually create what he refers to as “paintings”.

Timeless Kandinsky

by Maddy Tripp

Have you ever imagined a visual experience where each of your senses is awakened; the smell of the vivid reds, the sound of the poignant blue, or even the taste of the lemony yellows?

Portrait of an old man

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

He seems to be looking inward, captured by his memories. His sad face tells the story of a life well lived, a life that was worth living regardless the hardships.

Life and dust

by Rhys Male

As I entered the exhibition space, equally striking to that of the lifelike sculptures is the overwhelming musk of clay in the air, which makes you feel as if you are right in the artist’s studio

In-Between Worlds

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

These staged images are very cold and even the bloodiest is somewhat quiet. Regardless their strong narrative, they radiate solitude.

Not “Alright”

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

something went wrong and violence is apparent. They sit anonymously in this wasteland, two losers on the periphery of society.

A Human Canvas: Myself

by Ryan G. Hinds

Matti’s work taught me that I can rely on myself a little bit more for confidence, and the soft and beautiful side of my persona that came out was a lovely surprise.