The Iris by Rebecca Louise Law

The Iris by Rebecca Louise Law

The Iris is the latest artwork by Rebecca Louise Law, known for using flora as sculptural material that preserves over time. It is 10,000 fresh springtime flowers entwined with copper…

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Coco Martin’s ‘Opus Incarnate’ Series Redefines The Meaning Of Photography

Coco Martin’s ‘Opus Incarnate’ Series Redefines The Meaning Of Photography

“Reality is not real, perception in the new real. After all, photography is a beautiful [odd] lie”, Coco Martin states at the end of his artist’s statement. Self-taught photographer, architect,…

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TEN, The First Monograph Of Work By Artist Andrew Salgado

TEN, The First Monograph Of Work By Artist Andrew Salgado

Currently hosting Canadian artist Andrew Salgado’s latest solo show, The Snake, Beers London, which turned into some sort of Garden to welcome the colourful yet somehow dark and bruised paintings of the painter, is releasing TEN this December, the first monograph of work by the artist. …

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‘The Snake’ By Andrew Salgado – Depicting Hate Towards Outsiders & Healing Their Wounds

‘The Snake’ By Andrew Salgado – Depicting Hate Towards Outsiders & Healing Their Wounds

As a gay man, Canadian artist Andrew Salgado has always felt that rejection and even experienced it in the most brutal way possible, when he fell victim to a hate crime at a music festival in Canada in 2008. The young man was then left toothless and unconscious. “Something like that shapes you forever…” he says. “But it’s how you process and move on from it where you find the silver lining.”…

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Story Of A Glass Child [Book Review]

Story Of A Glass Child [Book Review]

“It hurts because it matters.” – Charlotte Eriksson Charlotte Eriksson, the author of ‘Empty Roads & Broken Bottles – In search for The Great Perhaps’, is someone I like to call…

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