Mexican born, Nottinghma based artist, Geoff Diego Litherland graduated from Goldsmiths University of London in 2012. Litherland was selected fof the Catlin Guide 2013, won the Saatchi Surreal Showdown 2012 and the prestigious Warden's Purchase prize from Goldsmiths. He has also been selected for the John Moores 25 Painting prize at the Walker Gallery in Liverpool and won the Nottingham Castle Open in 2008. His works features in international public and private collections.
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.
Vasilis Avramidis graduated from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design with an MA in Fine Art in 2011. Will Ramsey, Founder of The Affordable Art Fair selected Avramidis as one of the top ten emerging artist to watch in the Metro, UK. Nicky Wheeler (March 2013), Fair Director of the Affordable Art Fair selected Avramidis for 'How to buy tomorrows Damien Hirsts', an article on investing in emergin art in the Sunday Telegraph, UK (March 2014). Avramidis was also shortlisted for the Salon Art Prize 2011 and he and his work has appeared in the Metro (UK), Sunday Telegraph (UK), Idol magazine (UK), Hi Fructose (LA), Rooms Magazine (UK), Juxtapose Magazine, Beautiful/Decay, Arrested Motion among many others. His work is exhibited internationally and collected by University of the Arts London and private collectors in UK, Greece, USA and Japan.
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.
Eddie Villanueva’s often large-scale installations and paintings are investigations of ‘site’ as a place that contains simultaneously existing human histories, some hidden or only evident by trace fragments. For Villanueva, not only are sites compilations of worn surfaces, but collections of varied and at times conflicting intentions. They do not necessarily follow a linear progression of development, and their forms and histories are continuously erased and re-written.
Eddie Villanueva (b.1983, Milwaukee) received his BFA from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (2005), and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin Madison (2012). His work was featured in SCOPE, Miami (2012); Global Positioning System, the School of Visual Arts, NYC (2012); North American Graduate Art Survey, the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Minneapolis (2011), and the Wisconsin Triennial, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (2010). He is the recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant (2012).
Inês Rebelo explores the relationship between peculiar scientific facts and the empirical experience of everyday moments. Rebelo’s vocabulary includes images and text from scientific publications, which she uses to map distant events and patterns in outer space such as stars, planetary nebulae and galaxies. These re-contextualised and re-presented facts often carry a humorous tone by confronting us with the absurdity and ultimate futility of mapping.
Inês Rebelo (b.1981, Lisbon) lives and works in London and Lisbon and has an MFA from Goldsmiths College (2006). Solo exhibitions: This Otherworld, The Bun House, London (2011), Extra-Ordinário, Galeria Monumental, Lisbon (2011) and Do It Yourself (night sky experience), The Old Police Station, London (2009). Select group shows: Parallels of Latitude, UBM, London (2012) and So Here We Are, Kunstverein Speyer, Speyer (2011). She received a grant from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2006).
Edd Pearman (UK) graduated with an MA in Fine Art, Royal College of Art in 2001. Select exhibitions include: Salon Art Prize, Matt Roberts Arts, London, 2011; Exam, (Curator), Transition Gallery, London, 2011; The 54th Venice Biennale, WW Gallery, Venice, 2011; Soho Collection, Curated by Francesca Gavin & Jonathan Yeo, Electric House, London, 2011. His work is collected by Chapman Brothers Archive, Soho House, V&A, Clifford Chance, Basil Alkazzi Foundation, Bank of America and private collections across Europe, Asia & United States.
Ceal Warnants (UK) graduated with an MA, printmaking, Royal College of Art, 2008. Select exhibitions include: Jealous @ Heal’s Prints, Jealous Gallery, London, 2012; Blyters, Jealous Gallery, Crouch End, London, 2011; Please, Do Not Disturb, Less is More Projects, Paris, 2011; Kulturspeicher Dorenthe, Kulturspeicher Dorenthe, Ibbenburen, Germany, 2011; Exam, Transition Gallery, London, 2011. Warnants’ work has been shortlisted for Heart of Glass/Concrete and Glass, School of Saatchi (BBC), Alf Dunn Prize and Stanley Picker Tutorship. Her work is collected by Chapman Brothers Archive, Royal College of Art Archive, WSA Library Artist’s Book Collection and private collections worldwide.
Benjamin Buckley is a London based artist that graduated from Camberwell College of Art, University of the Arts, London with a BA in Painting. Will Ramsey, Founder of The Affordable Art Fair selected Avramidis as one of the top ten emerging artist to watch in the Metro, UK (2013).