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04
Mar

James Ostrer: Grotesque Junk Food Masks

As part of the Window Project, Gazelli Art House will present the commissioned photographic works by National Portrait Gallery Curator’s

01
Mar

Dillon Marsh: For What It’s Worth – Copper

Whether they are active or long dormant, mines speak of a combination of sacrifice and gain. Their features are crude,

29
Feb

Martin Klimas: Sound Sculptures

At his ‘Sound Sculptures’ series Martin Klimas explores the boundaries of sound and image. Drops of multicolored paint placed on

27
Feb

John Crawford: Aerial Nudes

Auckland based John Crawford is one of New Zealand’s best known photographers. His portfolio of commissioned and uncommissioned works is

23
Feb

Herbert Böttcher: Seamotion

Herbert Böttcher was born 1962 in Rietberg, Germany. The Dipl.-Designer lives in Duesseldorf and works since 1993 as a freelance

20
Feb

Ward Roberts: Billions – Multiple Exposures of Hong Kong Architecture

Ward Roberts is a conceptual artist who creates exquisitely composed photographs drawing on themes such as loneliness and isolation in

07
Feb

Cao Dien: Human-Flower

You know that we love to look at the beauty in flowers or judge people by the way they look,

30
Dec

Tamara Dean: The Edge

Tamara Dean’s practice extends across photography, installation and participatory works exploring the relationship between humans and the natural world and

06
Dec

Michael Weintrob: Instrumenthead

Instrumenthead is a photographic series created to tell the story of the musicians without showing their faces. You’re invited to

08
Nov

Richard Silver: Vertical Panoramas of New York Churches

Photographer Richard Silver has published a new series of vertical church panoramas, this time of his native New York. Despite

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