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Jade
ANDERSON


Crazy coco

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ALEX
BAKEr


the way in is the way out

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jo
Chapman


mirador 1

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john
Christie


twin

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alexander
costello


i believe in this painting

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paul
dash


the story of our time

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jess
flood-paddock


ampersand with bikes

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emilia
holt


still life with clump of hair

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sharon
leahy-clark

 

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simon
leahy-clark

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duncan
mcafee

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andrew
miller

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jane
morter

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Clare
Palmier

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kit
poulson

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rebecca
riess

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giles
round

Drawn from a photograph taken by Félix Gonzáles-Torres the work depicts the view from Ann Goldstein and Christopher Williams’ apartment in golden hour. The view shows LA from deco building - the Ravenswood, Rossmore Avenue, in which Félix and Ross were neighbours with Ann and Christopher for five months in 1990. The view, often revisited by Round, was initially sketched as part of the series 'and after: a summer, of yes, more love.', 2021. Varying in abstraction and subject the works combine elements from Round's surroundings with the images found in 'A Selection of Snapshots Taken by Félix González-Torres', A.R.T. Press, 2010, so as to construct an alternative reality shared by the two.

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naoko
takahashi

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michelle
williams
gamaker

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alice
wilson

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tom
woolner

Tom Woolner studied Sculpture at the RCA from 2001-3 and has exhibited widely in the UK and elsewhere, including projects in Japan, Romania and Denmark.

 

While known for an extensive body of work involving installations and performances, often made on site, responding to specific contexts, his new work comes closer to what may be considered painting, allowing the time and space in the studio for essential trial and error. Made through an intuitive and playful process of pouring, piping and squidging, akin to cookery or amateur cake decorating, the work allows materials to take control at a molecular level, compressing and comingling into, rather than onto the surface. Made in reverse and partially blind, semi-viscous liquids slowly or rapidly congeal to agree upon a form that sits somewhere between painting, sculpture and fresco.

 

He currently has work in the John Moores Painting Prize at The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and is a Senior Tutor at The Ruskin School of Art.

www.tomwoolner.com

https://artmother.com/artist/tom-woolner/

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