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ARTIST OF THE WEEK

Artists possess a gift of distorting reality, to bring forward their own viewpoint on a canvas. Few let brushstrokes paint out their emotions; giving spectators a chance to experience art in the artist’s time. Meet Mafalda Vasconcelos. The exploration of her identity and emotions inspires this expressionist artist to favour these themes in her work.

Artists possess a gift of distorting reality, to bring forward their own viewpoint on a canvas. Few let brushstrokes paint out their emotions; giving spectators a chance to experience art in the artist’s time. Meet Mafalda Vasconcelos. The exploration of her identity and emotions inspires this expressionist artist to favour these themes in her work.

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Souls Grown Deep like the Rivers
Location: Royal Academy (17th March to 18th June 2023)

Price: £15 (£13 without donation)

Postcards From A Promised Land
Location: Gallery 1957 (until 28th December 2023)
Price: FREE

DJOUMAN
Location: Gerald Moore Gallery (13th to 28th January 2023)
Price: FREE

ON OUR RADAR

A selection of exhibitions we think you should have on your radar. Updated every quarter.

From portraiture painters to digital gallery owners, this Artist to Watch consists of incredible creatives we guarantee will inspire in 2023.

Artists To Watch: 2023 Top 10

ARTISTS TO WATCH

Sena Appeah

"Melt"

Mafalda Vasconcelos

“Menina”

Michel Onésio

"African Exorcism"

Sena Appeah
"Melt"
Mafalda Vasconcelos
“Menina”
Michel Onésio
"African Exorcism"

ART WE VIBE WITH

UPCOMING ARTIST

JADÉ FADOJUTIMI

Jadé Fadojutimi, 'Mosaicked Utterance'.

An artist under our radar is none other than Jadé Fadojutimi. London-based artist, Fadojutimi uses movement as the stimuli of her "emotional landscapes" ruled by vibrant, flamboyant hues. 

 

Her unique perspective of feelings and emotions sparks life to its complexities and how we choose to absorb them within our everyday lives. Exploring themes of self-knowledge, identity and emotions, Fadojutimi's mark in the art world stems from a personal perspective, allowing spectators to enter and take a trip into her inner world. 



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ON OUR RADAR

A selection of exhibitions we think you should have on your radar. Updated every quarter.

Souls Grown Deep like the Rivers
Location: Royal Academy (17th March to 18th June 2023)

Price: £15 (£13 without donation)

DJOUMAN
Location: Gerald Moore Gallery (13th to 28th January 2023)
Price: FREE

Postcards From A Promised Land
Location: Gallery 1957 (until 28th January 2023)
Price: FREE

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A selection of exhibitions we think you should have on your radar. Updated every quarter.

ARTIST OF THE MONTH

Ghanaian-born Edem Dedi dedicates his artistry by merging photographic realism and intense, textured acrylic portraits. Dedi's attentive eye capsules his models' personalities and emotions, leaving spectators to piece together potential narratives they may follow.

 

Breathing life into his subjects with every stroke, rich tones dance along his canvases, demanding his audience to examine every last detail of his paintings as they take centre stage. Influenced by traditional impressionist art, Dedi's 2020s spin is striking as it promises to be just as long-lasting. 

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