Wolfgang Ellenrieder


Installation view, Josef Filipp Gallery, 2014

Wolfgang Ellenrieder website

 

Juan Uslé


 I Dreamt that You Revealed XI (Congo), 2013, Vinyl, dispersion, and pigment on canvas, 274.5 x 203 cm.

Juan Uslé
The mechanical repetition of the brushstrokes in the I Dreamt that You Revealed series clearly evinces a systematic, process-oriented approach. The brushstroke, moreover, is a visible trace of the body and its physical activity. At the same time, the effect of these works is highly meditative, as though they were oblong mandalas. excerpt Guggenheim Bilbao.

 

Nicola Ukic



Untitled (Expanded Fields), 2013
Elastic Polyurethane, Pigment, Uv Print Transfer On Canvas, 49 x 39 x 2.5 cm


Nicola Ukic website

 

Wyatt Kahn



Boxed, 2013. Canvas on canvas on panel, 49″ x 40″.

Wyatt Kahn website

 

Lorri Ott


Punch, 2009. Resin, pigments, tape, h 25" x w 30.5" x d 7.5"


Lorri Ott website

 

Dark (More than Black)



Installation shots courtesy of Emma Langridge for Dark (More than Black)

Dark (More than Black) at Stephen McLaughlan Gallery until July 5.

Magda Cebokli, Andrew Christofides, Tracey Coutts, Ross Harrison, Christopher Heathcote, Kendal Heyes,
PJ Hickman, Emma Langridge, Lis McDonald, Julia Ritson, Wilma Tabacco, Stephen Wickham.



 

Scott Hove


Trophy, mixed media sculpture, from the Cakeland Series
Scott Hove website




 

Anthony Lyttle


Accumulation series (Drawing), White Spot, 2012, 295 x 289 cm.

Anthony Lyttle website

 

Michael Cusack


Roth,  2014, mixed media on canvas, 210 x 200 cm.

Michael Cusack at Karen Woodbury Gallery until 24 July

Michael Cusack website



 

Suzie Idiens


Flesh White, 2012, MDF, Polyurethane, 69 x 80 x 7cm.

Suzie Idiens spotted at Strange Neighbour in 'Slow Worlds' curated by Andrew Gaynor until July 5.

Suzie Idiens website

 

Colin McCahon


The Lark's Song, 1969, acrylic on two wooden doors, 162.6 x 198 cm.

Colin McCahon online catalogue

 

Emma Langridge


Drawback II, 2014, enamel / acrylic on wood, 76 x 101cm.

From 'Signal to Noise' at Anna Pappas Gallery until July 12.
Emma Langridge website
 

Theresa Himmer



Theresa Himmer is a Danish/Czech artist who uses thousands of sequins to create shiny, nature inspired installations on buildings.

Theresa Himmer website

 

Steven Harvey

Underhot, 2006-2007, acrylic on four sheets of handmade paper, 87 x 80 cm.



Steven Harvey at Liverpool Street Gallery

 

Leopold van der Ven



 
"Untitled", 2007, sculpture, paper-maché, cardboard, wood, paint, 53 x 50 x 2 cm.
 


Leopold van der Ven website