Colin Fraser has long been established as one of the world’s leading egg tempera painters. This new exhibition ‘Transience’ reflects the artist’s desire to capture on canvas the temporary and fleeting nature of the world.
Bernhard Vogel is the master of line and perspective. His dazzlingly complex compositions, combined with visceral textures and nuanced colour, vividly capture the drama and mystery of the city.
Tom Hiscocks’ sculptures are made from layers of metal or acrylic, welded together by hand to form a coherent whole. This means they change according to angle of view. From the side they are solid entities, viewed face on his sculptures almost disappear from sight.
The major paintings of Sergei Chepiks life are about the disintegration of truth in Russia after the Revolution, about the unaccountability of monster dictators and about Russia’s psychological ‘war against reality’.