Walking around London, losing yourself in the layers of history, culture and cosmopolitan charm, is the greatest rest; as Virginia Woolf expresses, „To walk alone in London is the greatest rest.“
Ecem Yücel is a writer and artist. She works on an emerging structure of feeling called metamodernism and establishing its aesthetics in contemporary fiction. She narrates for LNR.
I got to London. I’m here to interview artist Elli Antoniou. In her studio the air owns the powdery quality of a well-crafted iris perfume. Ottavia Lunari in conversation with Elli Antoniou.
Georgia Beaumont is an artist from the UK, based in London. Focussed predominantly on painting, she studies botanical forms with an acute interest in the plasticity of their structures.
‘Louise Konrad’ was founded by way of creative self exploration and intuition. Konrad’s drive to create bold, classic designs was second nature and has continued to evolve into a brand that promotes individuality.
Anne von Freyburg (b. 1979) is a Dutch artist based in London. She received her MFA from Goldsmiths (2016) and holds a BA in Fashion Design from ArtEZ Arnhem, The Netherlands.
Lena Brazin (b. 1985, Kosice, Slovakia) is a London-based artist whose figurative paintings explore the seen and the unseen with an attempt to materialise immateriality, to reflect the fullness of human existence.
I met Junri Kamiwaki, a photographer, in Milan during Fashion Week 2019. Since then we have kept in touch. In this feature, I show you some behind-the-scenes footage from the Rejina Pyo show.
At the high school, there were some cameras available for the students to use. Whenever she had the opportunity, she borrowed the camera and presented a photo essay for most of her art class assignments.
Alya Hatta is an interdisciplinary artist. She graduated from her BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London before finding herself in the MA Painting Course at Royal College of Art.
Krzysztof Strzelecki is Polish artist. He was awarded a BA (Hons) from the University of the Arts London (UAL), Camberwell in 2019 and currently alternates between his two studios.
Art on a Postcard is proud to present the third edition of its annual International Woman’s Day Auction, featuring work by leading established and emerging female identifying talent.
Cătălin Petrișor is a multidisciplinary artist who favours the field of painting. He has exhibited globally in countries including France, the USA, Austria, Russia and China among others.
Her show is a visual celebration of female trailblazers past and present, using alternative process photography to create an illuminating memorial honouring these fascinating and often overlooked figures.
The largest Art on a Postcard Winter Auction to date will take place this November, in celebration of twenty years of The Hepatitis C Trust. This marks the seventh edition of the Art on a Postcard auction.
Award-winning London artist Jo Holdsworth has a new Solo Show at the 508 Gallery where Jo is one of the gallery’s resident artists. The exhibition will run from 22 October to 16 November 2021.
Art on a Postcard (AOAP) is delighted to have engaged the curating skills of Mollie E Barnes AKA She Curates to produce a mini auction as part on The Hepatitis C Trust’s 20 year celebrations.
Ariane Heloise Hughes is based in London. Graduating with a BA in painting from Camberwell in 2019, Ariane then spent a year making work and assisting sculptor Dario Ghibaudo in Milan.
Annina Roescheisen unveils a selection of photographs from her acclaimed Bridging Grey performative video piece marking the series’ European debut after being shown for the first and only time in NY.
ADA \ contemporary art gallery and HOFA Gallery have joined forces to premiere an all-female group exhibition, Mother of Mankind, showcasing an international selection of 18 emerging artists.
Nina Archer’s studio in the Shropshire hills overlooks long views of hills and rolling countryside and she spends a lot of time walking and observing her immediate environment.
„The beauty of nature’s life“ continues Yi-Ching’s long-standing interest in the Nihonga technique of painting and showcases her approach of incorporating it into her contemporary practice.
The Art Unit is a online platform that sells and promotes works from emerging artists, creating a healthy ecosystem for both artists and the buyers. Mariia Kashchenko is one of the co-founders.
Jonas Pequeno’s multimedia practice broaches the constructions of phenomena, language and simulation through assemblages that render a playing field of semiotic- material relations.
The podcast is hosted by Alexandra Steinacker, an American-Austrian art historian and curator and covers the art world through a variety of topics that all have one common theme: art.
Daniel Raphael Gallery is delighted to present Get a Load of This! curated by Mollie E Barnes, an exhibition showcasing 25 international female and non-binary artists, exploring visions of the female form.
In 1944, Jaume Ribas was born in Palou, a small town near Granollers (Catalonia). He earned his degree in Philosophy at the University of Barcelona. 1980 he had his first exhibition.
In short, the name of the gallery summarizes the exhibition space, and represents the neutrality of the founders: it isn’t trying to build a cult personality based around the dealer.
In Anna’s landscapes, Anna shifts from figuration to abstraction, playing with space and employing the Japanese principles of Shibumi, an ever-present influence in her work.