Axisweb at the London Art Fair: 16 January - 20 January 2013
Inguna Gremzde, Small World (detail), 2011. Photo Credit: Debra Wilson & Chiara Williams
We're at the London Art Fair again this year to highlight the organisation and raise the profile of the range of artists and makers you can find on Axisweb. We've interviewed the six artists who will be showing their work on our stand so you can find out more about them and their practice.
Chris Agnew, The Ark, Ahora Gorge, 2012
Chris Agnew explores the historical connotations of particular events and places in minutely detailed works which often combine etching and painting.
Robert Dawson, Spin (detail), 2012
Robert Dawson creates an unusual 'spin' (quite literally) on the familar willow pattern plate.
Inguna Gremzde, Landscape Collection for Subconscious Need, 2012
Inguna Gremzde miniaturises landscape in tiny, bottle-top paintings, which comment on throwaway urban culture and our increasingly tenuous relationship with nature.
Sophie Grevelius, Show RCA, 2012
Sofie Grevelius translates her everyday experience of the urban environment into prop-like objects, prints and drawings.
EJ Major, love is...(001), 2004-2007
EJ Major's prints form part of an extraordinary participative project based on 'Last Tango in Paris', which became a collective meditation on the nature of love and the power of cinematic imagery.
Darren Nixon, The Gathering, 2011
Darren Nixon's paintings hint at narrative but are also about the resistance of images to interpretation.
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