All in Contemporary Art

Karin Monschauer

Karin Monschauer creates worlds full of shapes and colors with computer graphics software. Her Digital Art creates abstractions of infinite interpretations. The embroidery technique has always fascinated her, allowing to externalize the connection and the interweaving of colors and shapes.

Secundino Hernández

Secundino Hernández's diverse and energetic painting practice resists easy characterisation. His work features intricately structured compositions that mix strong linear elements and rich bursts of colour. Some canvases feature abstracted, atomised forms, while others have more densely overlaid imagery in which it is possible to discern figurative elements.

Hurvin Anderson

Born in the UK and raised in the Caribbean before settling in the United Kingdom, Hurvin Anderson creates work embedded with the imagery, colors, and social history of his origins, as well as his early experiences of dislocation. His paintings and drawings are representational, but he typically disrupts their legibility with gestural marks or abstract patterns.

Charlotte Keates

Charlotte Keates (b. 1990, Somerset, UK) is a London-based artist, represented by Arusha Gallery. She has exhibited extensively throughout the UK and has recently been selected for the prestigious Columbia Threadneedle Prize, Mall Galleries, London – where she was invited to partake in a panel discussion about her work, alongside a select few industry professionals.

Petra Cortright

Petra Cortright’s practice revolves around the creation and distribution of digital files, be it videos, gifs, jpegs, or consumer and corporate software and platforms. Her career began with her now infamous YouTube videos that used default effect tools to distort and mutate her face and body.

Bernard Frize

Bernard Frize is a French artist, well known for his experimental approach to painting. He was born in 1949, in Saint-Mandé, France. Referencing Minimalism, Abstract Expressionism, and Color Field, the artist mainly focuses on the mechanics of painting, exploring the bare minimal essence of painting, devoid of conception and aesthetic. Bernard Frize often works in series, following strict rules as to process and palette, and employs assistants in elaborately choreographed acts of painting.