Jess' work explores what it is to be a human being, motivated by a need to make sense of the world. Littlewood creates digital collage constructed from found imagery based on her vast digital archive, relfecting a growing database of creative possibilities. Her latest landscapes act as testing grounds exploring the nature of humanity, playing host to discoveries, rituals and civilisations, an amphi theatre of human experience. The sublimity of the natural landscape renders the human objects within it trivial and transitory, highlighting our fragile and temporary existence and exposing our weaknesses. Based on a never ending need to clarify why and how we are here, Littlewood's practice investigates the ways that throughout time humans have understood the world by creating belief systems. Littlewood explores the imagination, the mysterious, human frustrating, wonder, knowldege, validation and yearning meaning and how this can be exploited to gain power. Jess Littlewood graduated with a BA Fine Art from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in 2010. Littlewood's work has featured in Tatler Magazine (UK), Fad, We Occupy, Mint Magazine, Amelia's Magazine, Distorted, Protein and Deerbrains to name a few. Please see Profile PDF for more details.
Greg Eason graduated from Norwich University College of Art in 2009. Greg was selected to exhibit at the AAF Recent Graduates’ Exhibition, London (2009), and has since exhibited in various group shows and art fairs in London, and internationally, including New York City, Brussels, Glasgow, Leuven, Amsterdam and Singapore. He has also held solo shows in the UK and the USA. Please see Profile PDF for more details. Please contact us to enquire about commissioning work.
Mercedes Baliarda graduated from the MFA Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of the Arts, London in 2009. In 2010 she was featured in Anticipation, a group show of 21 artists representing the most exciting emerging talent at Selfridges' Ultralounge curated by Kay Saatchi, Catriona Warren and Robert Dingle. Please see Profile PDF for more details.
Sandra Erbacher's practice is informed by a concern with the in-between space. By activating marginal objects, materials, sites and signs, her work animates the interstitial to explore, test and question the hierarchies inscribed in space and the mechanisms at work in its construction. By adopting tools of repetition, multiplication and re-contextualisation as a means of undoing and fragmenting she is able to create a discontinuous space where multifarious connections and readings may be formed and established definitions and systems of knowledge are questioned. Please see Profile PDF for more details.
Fran Giffard graduated from Camberwell College of Art, University of the Arts, London, in 2010 where she studied BA Drawing. As part of an Erasmus exchange, she spent time at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. She graduated from Foundation Art and Design at Maidstone College of Art, part of the University for the Creative Arts. She is based in London and Hong Kong. Please see Profile PDF for more details.
The Contemporary London: Editions, is an exhibition of new and exclusive limited edition prints by eleven of the most promising emerging artists.
London based artist, Margo Trushina (born 1981, Moscow, Russia) graduated with a MA Fine Arts from Chelsea College of Art & Design, London in 2010. Since 2006 she has exhibited extensively in various group exhibitions and art fairs in the UK and Russia. Recent exhibitions include Fragmentations, curated by The Contemporary London for Art Projects, London Art Fair 2012; The Return, The house of the Nobleman, London and Time, Forward! Nowhere, IPCA, Moscow. Please see Profile PDF for more details.
Jessica Nina Mello graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL with an MA in Fine Art in 2011. Her most recent body of work deals with the appropriation of scientific diagrams that have been reinterpreted and injected with bursts of colour. Her works explore space and in doing so engages the viewer to create their own narrative and subjective dialogue with each piece.