Alice is a recent MA graduate in Printmaking from the Royal Collage of Art. She recently won the 2018 East London Printmakers award, and in 2017 she was awarded the Contemporary Art Trust Prize and The Norman Ackroyd Etching Prize (2016).
Irwin’s work has been published online and in print in Elephant, Vogue, the Daily Telegraph and Hyperallergic. Two of her pieces have recently been added to the permanent collection at Sid Motion.Discover
She started working with silkscreen printing whilst undertaking her Masters at Central Saint Martins and hasn’t stopped since. She regularly exhibits her work alongside other printmakers and multi-disciplinary artists and designers. She has worked professionally in Silkscreen Printing studios and holds screen printing workshops for the public and at design events.
Her use of geometric abstraction touches upon the ambiguity of space on a two dimensional surface. She might include some collaged representations of objects, people and spaces too.discover
Roberto Voorbij (1974) lives and works in Amsterdam, holds a bachelor degree in Visual arts and Art History from the HKU University of the Arts Utrecht and has attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he took classes from a.o. Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle during the late 1990s. Nominated for the ‘Prince Bernhard Fund’ and ‘Piet Bakker Prize’ for his graduation exhibition (video piece ‘Everyday’) and more recently for the ‘Artist in Action Prize’. Voorbij is an interdisciplinary artist apart from working with ‘ready made’ materials, he works with 3D Software, video and (digital) collage.DISCOVER
Contemporary expressionist, James Green was born in 1989 in England. He is also known as Royal, paints indulgent, abstract images that critique (rather than celebrate) a system that favours the fortunate and neglects the less-so. Rooted in a balance somewhere between fine art tradition and contemporary practice, his paintings often include obscured faces, within spontaneous compositions.DISCOVER
Stella Kapezanou lives and works between Athens and London. She is a graduate of Chelsea College of Arts in London (MA Fine Arts) and the Athens School of Fine Arts (MFA).
Stella's point of departure is the very aesthetics of consumption, and therefore composes images from the everyday life of people and the relations which bind them with objects, places and times.DISCOVER
Kevin is an artist living in North London. He works with oil paint and produces images that reference his life growing up from the 1970s in a large Irish family whilst coping with the complexity of life with Tourette’s and anxiety related illnesses.
His work largely reflects his thoughts, dreams and emotions he has felt about his life and his position within the world as the son of Irish migrants.DISCOVER
As an emerging artist from Sweden and Madagascar, Elsa ÅKESSON finds herself painting works inspired by both cultures.
Recognized for her realistic figurative art works and her splash of vivid colors, she uses her photography as one of her main creative sources and evokes distinct emotions experienced in daily life, through the expression of color and the incorporation of human movement through her art.DISCOVER
His works reflects the abstracted life between the past and the future in a “spiritual void” he says. Arslan sees life as some sort of formation in a universe. In this process of formation, “The person is searching for an identity, while confronting his own loneliness” he describes. The themes of loneliness, belonging and identity emerged in Arslan’s works. Feelings of isolation and loneliness are more prevalent now than ever. “So who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going?” Arslan asks in his works.DISCOVER
Ege Subasi (b.1995, Balikesir/Turkey) is a visual artist. She received her BA in Plastic Arts& Painting and Arts Management from Yeditepe University in 2018 and currently receiving her MA in The Master of Arts in Art Management in Yeditepe University. She lives and works in Istanbul.
Subasi; works on self-awareness, identity and self perception. By using portraits and figure references she questions the essence of the human soul. She describes this search with a metaphor of “Smoke Screen”. The artist believes this uncertainty can only be resolved and removed in time.DISCOVER