Colour and Creativity

Iswarya Venkatakrishnan is a self-described colour enthusiast – constructing unexpected, playful and humorous compositions out of paper.

The Mystery of Pictures

Self-taught photographer Giorgia Bellotti reinterprets René Magritte’s thought-provoking imagery for a 21st century audience.

Images, History and Memory

Diane Meyer photographed the length of the former Berlin Wall. From the city centre to suburbs and forests, she obscures the prints with hand-stitching.

Atmospheric Still Life

Telephones hovering in mid-air. Half full glasses of water. Clouds reflected in pitch-dark rooms. Zane Priede is a self-taught photographer based in Riga.

Meaning and Melancholy

Samantha Cavet focuses on “portraying the human abyss, loneliness and melancholic feelings,” often depicting lone figures within expansive landscapes.

Imagined Structures

Adriana Mora constructs 3D buildings within idyllic waterscapes. The visual language of Brutalism is counterpointed with memories of childhood.

In the Moment

“My favourite moments are those which create coincidences and contradictions in the city,” says Berlin-based urban photographer Andrea Lohmann.

Emotive Performance

Los Angeles-based photographer Djeneba Aduayom’s mixed-media portraits see abstract forms cut and paste into new, eye-catching configurations.

Symbols of Anonymity

Faces obscured by flowers. Rooms adorned with floral wallpaper and patterned rugs. Diana Sousa creates contemplative and symbolic portraits.

Cut, Paste, Snap

Swiss-born Cristina Rizzi Guelfi plays on a “widespread obsession” with selfies, replacing faces with 1950s and 1960s archival images.

Portraits of Becoming

Lydia Panas photographs women and girls amongst lush foliage. Lying surrounded by grass, leaves and branches, they stare back into the lens.

Colour and Form

Mexico City-based artist Rodrigo Chapa draws on the legacy of colour theory, producing scenarios which explore its psychological implications.

A Digital Residence

Digital artist Andres Reisinger establishes a virtual winter haven – a place of respite and simplicity amidst the clutter of life online.

Ecofeminist Visuals

WaterAid collaborates with photographer and activist Poulomi Basu on a series exploring the impact of a lack of water on women and girls.

Technological Vanitas

Electronics have become the world’s fastest-growing waste stream. What becomes of old tech? Jeanette May explores this through still life.

Oceans of Possibility

By perforating, cropping, cutting and tearing, Canadian artist Amy Friend offers new visions of seascapes, with spellbinding results.

The Playful Everyday

Lauretta Suter’s characters interact with environments in unexpected ways – standing on chairs, hiding behind cushions or diving into boxes.

Communal Experience

In 2020, far from her own family in England, Laura Stevens observed an extended French family learning to live together amidst the pandemic.

Worlds of Possibility

“The freedom lets you create anything you can imagine.” Tobi Schnorpfeil’s 3D world is a place where the sun is always setting – full of potential.

Uncanny Happenings

LA-based Hugh Kretschmer’s characters inhabit altered realities, where everyday objects appear off-kilter and things are slightly askew.