Short Documentaries and short profile pieces are a great way to emphasise visually who you are what your profession is, Specifically the methods on how you work and just how things are done. The following videos have been filmed & edited courtesy of BRAIDEFILMS & ENTERTAINMENT in a collaboration with Kunsthaus & 'URBAN FACETS' a group photography exhibition by five London based artist in support if the ZOV charity.
The App ArtStack is a product of a conversation: a concept that reflects how people discover art in the 'real world' but made it easier, simpler and more efficient. the community includes a lot of people who work as curators, artists and gallerists, and also collectors, other creatives and people who just love art.
We delve into the complex topic of colour charts and categorising colour with the very talented Phoebe Stubbs. Phoebe has a Master's in Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited in the US and UK, including UICA in Michigan. She lives and works in London.
Polly has lived and worked in London since graduating from the University of Brighton in 2001, having studied Editorial Photography under Magnum photographer Mark Power. Since 2000 Tootal’s topographic project Somewhere in England has taken her travelling to undisclosed anonymous landscapes, shooting mainly at dawn or twilight, so that these public spaces devoid of people appear other-wordly.
Ian's imagery is documentary led which derives from his early fascination for street photography, capturing his surroundings and the people he encounterd on his travels. Early in his career, Ian was captivated by Fashion photography and became an assistant in London, working with some of the industries most highly regarded photographers, such as Miles Aldridge, Jason Evans, Rick Guest, Craig McDean and Alasdair McLellan.
Kenzo Ejiri is a Multidisciplinary Artist, currently living and working in London. Focusing on the relationship between space and time, Ejiri’s work depicts identifiable moments and characters within contemporary society. Intentionally constructed, the artist reflects upon social and cultural norms as well as the themes of personal and historical-memory.
London-based artist James Thurgood uses photographic materials to discuss how we read and interpret visual language. His mixed media work often “destroys” the photograph using gold leaf, rendering the image unreadable. The tension between beauty and destruction is a concurrent theme in most of his work..