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alex wisser

The blue. That mad blue of the post in the midst of faded grey-green rural suburbia.  The colour of elsewhere quietly imploding its surrounds.  Wisser has an eye for detail, for honing in on small absurdities of place, each photograph … Continue reading

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Jenny Brown’s Wink

Jenny Brown’s Wink was a low-key installation of a series of portrait photographs installed on a retro pegboard stand at the front of one of our windows.  There was nothing remarkable about them, a number of snaps or headshots, but … Continue reading

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virginia hilyard and sue pedley – home garden

The leaves say it all.  Brown by daylight, swept and composed by the formal contours of the shopfront windows, they lie in a heap of ordinariness; by night transformed green in a topsy-turvy recomposition of garden elements.  Night is green … Continue reading

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fiona davies – blood on silk

Shrouds of hand-beaten tapa-like silk perform a funerary role in this homage to the artist’s late father This proved to be one of our more unpopular but highly successful shows in terms of the strong negative reactions the work produced. … Continue reading

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liz day – weed vitrine

handmade paper thistles and shopbought plastics   Weed Vitrine Liz Day This project plays on habits of shopping and display and consisted of a window jammed full of flowers of the plastic extruded variety and delicate hand-crafted paper replicas of Scottish … Continue reading

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Bronia Iwanczak: Andre Breton’s Real Estate

all photos by Bronia Iwanczak Iwanczak has set up the Kandos shopfronts to engage with real estate display, exhibiting a series of images which mimick the size and scale of property as advertised for sale.  Of course, none of it … Continue reading

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Jenny Brown – zodiac for New York Stock Exchange

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