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Monthly Archives: September 2011


Contemporary artists Lucy + Jorge set up Studio Orta, an interdisciplinary structure for the development of their collaborative artwork, in Paris in 1991. They employ a number of media ranging from drawing, sculpture, installation and object making to couture, painting, printing and light projections. In parallel, and feeding into their studio practice, they stage ephemeral [...]


Matthew Darbyshire was born in 1977 in Cambridge, England, and currently lives in Rochester. Darbyshire studied Fine Art at the Slade School of Art and at the Royal Academy Schools in London. He has exhibited in various major UK survey shows including the ICA’s Nought to Sixty programme curated by Mark Slaydon in 2008, Tate Britain’s [...]


Otto Berchem was born in Milford, Connecticut, USA, in 1967, and currently lives in Amsterdam. His work explores how we live and how we communicate our experiences with one another. This interest in our social codes and how we negotiate them has led to work that is often created and exhibited in public space or in [...]


Pepe Espaliú was born in 1955 in Córdoba, Spain, where he died in 1993. He is one of the key artists in the history of contemporary Spanish art. Strongly influenced by literature, poetry and psychoanalysis, Espaliú left behind an intense, copious and coherent oeuvre brimming with metaphors and recurring symbols such as masks, gloves, scars and [...]

Dahn Vo

Dahn Vo was born in 1975. He lives and works in Berlin and Bangkok. DanhVo explores the invisible boundaries between the public and the private, and the possible permeability between the two. His works undermine the institutional sphere (he curated an exhibition of works by well-known artists at his parents’ house in Copenhagen) as well as [...]