Belfast-born Hapaska, who represented Ireland in the 2001 Venice Biennale, has an impressive and international exhibition history, including a recent solo show at the Camden Arts Centre in London.
This tabletop-scaled sculpture bristles with attitude and energy. It’s a formidable abstraction bea
Eric Baudelaire Winner of the 2003 Photographer Grant AWARD-WINNING PROJECT: a photographic journey along eastern borders - from Turkey to the edge of the Caucasus and the Middle East - to track the potential future borders of Europe.
Eric Baudelaire has never followed a prearranged path. His life
Guy Debord was born in Paris. His father died early, and he was raised by his grandmother in a series of Mediterranean towns. He was a headstrong youth, and after graduating high school he dropped out of the University of Paris where he had been studying law. He became a revolutionary poet, writer an
Thomas Scheibitz's brand of quirky abstraction presents a futuristic vision of opulence, where even the most pedestrian subject matter is reinvented as a product of high design. Described as 'post-cubist', Scheibitz's pictorial breakdown of flowers, suburban houses and ski resorts doesn't create actu