Haus of Lucy is an artist known for her recasting of porcelain dolls and subverting of old images. Re-imaging old figurines and artworks she adds a modern twist. Aiming to twist the everyday and the banal she adds a truly modern dimension into her work. From a background in publishing she has since taken the leap into being a full time artist. Moving from the pages of magazines into the world of online art selling we talk about it all. This is Art Related Noise.
Mike Edwards is an artist known for his text based portraits. Images made up of words which create a double resonance within each painting. His neon work too has been an area which he has been developing. Using skull imagery in a pop art setting, they play to the concepts around ideas and the illuminated mind. Music also has clearly had an impact on his work. Playing the clubs of Camden in the 90’s he would balance his music with a fledgling art career in those early days.
Bold, graphic, often psychedelic and full of energy. This is the work of our latest guest Poppy Faun. Inspired by the 60’s and 70’s this comes across in her work. The images she creates, very much form a bridge between the eras. Talking to Art Related Noise she discusses her passion for that time, her use of collage and digital and how social media is a narrative which influences her work.
Mark Vessey is an artist known for his epic scale imagery. Centering around the concept of collection, memory and nostalgia the result its an image carefully crafted to invoke a moment or a space in time. He talks to Art Related Noise about his latest works focusing on movie soundtracks and musical theatre. He also shares his experiences of lockdown and how the sea helped him to take stock of his career.
Joe Webb is someone we’ve featured before. Hi latest print release ‘Wish you were here’ is a re-imagining of one of his best known artworks. Taking on a new poignancy in our Covid reality. It’s a print which communicates the power of connection, reflection and watching the world go by. Joe talks about the print, working in lockdown and how Enter Gallery put his art career back on track
Magnus Gjoen’s work draws on history and metaphor. For his latest release with Enter Gallery in Brighton he has created a box set of prints patterned with delft and gold leaf. It will be a special item. Talking to Art Related Noise he explains the thoughts behind this latest release and how fragility is at the heart of it all.
Elizabeth Waggett’s delicate work explores the relationship between value and purpose. Working in monochrome with streaks of gold leaf. Each piece challenges and acts as it’s own commentary though one which evolves according to the viewer. In this podcast with the Enter Gallery in Brighton we talk to Elizabeth about her art, her travels and just how much she misses fish and chips.
One of the aims for this year’s International Women’s Day was to increase the visibility of female creatives. For Enter Gallery in Brighton, this has long something which has been a commitment. A panel discussion at the Brighton gallery hears female artists, Ruth Mulvie, Rebecca Strickson and Jana Nicole discuss their careers and their role models they have had along the way. The event was hosted with The Girls Network which aims to inspire and empower young girls from the least advantaged communities.
It’s a new era for the gallery in Brighton which has been at the centre of the art scene for the past 2 decades.
Enter Gallery is the new name for the space on Bond Street formerly known as artrepublic. It has received a refresh and a re-brand with a new name for a new decade.
Lawrence Alkin is the CEO of the gallery and he talks to Art Related Noise about why now is the right time to change the name.
Eelus moved to London from Wigan in 2000 and never looked back. A street artist known for his stencils and graphic imagery he found himself at the heart of a growing movement. Embedding himself onto the street art scene his work became noticed and popular. Speaking to Art Related Noise Eelus tells us about those early days, releasing his first print with Banksy and how positivity is such an important element in the work he does today.