Reflections

Insights, opinions and discussions

Adriana Oliver has a keen eye for aesthetics, and an uncanny knack for helping us deconstruct our inner biases. The Barcelona based artist creates vivid and eye-catching pop art-esque compositions that provide instant aesthetic appeal. However, in stripping her subject matter back to a stylishly simple...

Few artists can claim to have come close to the international notoriety achieved by UK creator Damien Hirst. His work, often shocking in nature, plays rebelliously with themes of science, religion, life and death, and frequently pushes the viewer far from the familiar realms of...

The instantly recognizable paintings of Yusuke Hanai are populated by a host of colorful, if somewhat deflated, personalities and bold retro curves. His simplified caricatures somehow manage to hit the nail on the head in terms of what defines the human experience. Rather than focusing...

If you raise the topic of artistic duo Gilbert and George in conversation, you'll discover that responses of those familiar with the creative pair tend to fall into one of two camps – and these tend to be pitched far, far apart. Much like their...

If you've ever explored the streets of New York City, you may well have rounded a corner to be met by an unmistakable hit of Kenny Scharf magic. His audacious, brightly colored murals have long decorated the city's streets, first appearing in the late 1970s,...

New York based artist Nina Chanel Abney describes her work as “easy to swallow, hard to digest”. For those beholding her bold, brightly colored creations her meaning gently becomes obvious. Abney's joyous aesthetic of abstract form and blocky representations reveals visual reflection upon contemporary issues...