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ARTIST: Clarke Reynolds

4Me4You Features- “The power of Touch” ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Quantus Gallery which featured the artist Clarke Reynolds. – “The power of Touch”. MY PROCESS Artist Clarke Reynolds, celebrated for using Braille in his artworks The Power of Touch. Clarke’s distinctive braille art….”I have worked hard over these past three years. Barriers have been put up because I’m blind. I’m

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ARTIST: Stacey Gillian Abe

4me4you features – Shrub-let of Old Ayivu” ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Unit London Gallery which featured the artist Stacey Gillian Abe – “ Shrub-let of Old Ayivu”. MY PROCESS Abe’s work examines how memories have been passed down through her family’s lineage, alluding to the ways in which traditions are absorbed and transformed from generation to generation. These ideas are

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ARTIST: Mimmo Rotella

4me4you features – “The Urban Poet” ABOUT ME 4me4you visits JD Malat Gallery which featured the artist Mimmo Rotella – “The Urban Poet” MY PROCESS Mimmo Rotella is widely regarded as one of the most important post-war European artists. His décollage technique is the ideal illustration of the evolution of Italian art over time and acts as a vital expression

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Gillian Jason Gallery

4me4you features – “Hysteria”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Gillian Jason Gallery which featured “Hysteria” ARTISTS: Daisy Collingridge, Eve de Haan, Zarina Khan, Yaya Yajie Liang, Tolu Magbagbeola, Abigail McGinley, Michelle Nguyen, Mizuki Nishiyama, Cosima Ross, Esther Sarto, Sitaara Stodel, Olivia Valentine. The misunderstanding of the female anatomy throughout history has led to an endemic misdiagnosis and lack of treatment for

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ARTIST: Douglas Gordon

4me4you features – “Neon Ark” ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Gagosian Gallery which featured “Neon Ark”, by the artist Douglas Gordon. MY PROCESS In his films projections, installations, photographs, performance and works in other mediums Gordon investigates collective memory and our sense of psychological security through extreme distortions of time and space, often using his own work and that of other

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ARTIST: Leigh Bowery

4me4you features – “-Tell Them I’ve Gone to Papua New Guinea”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits the Fitzrovia Chapel which featured performance artist and 80’s club kid Leigh Bowery -Tell Them I’ve Gone to Papua New Guinea. MY PROCESS The garments he donned mutated nightly, and have inspired greats. His white painted face, with sex-doll style red lips, was transposed onto

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ARTIST: Kwabena Lartey

4me4you features – “Faces”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visited Chilli Art Projects Gallery which featured the artist Kwabena Lartey – “Faces”. MY PROCESS Lartey’s Faces document the struggles of one’s inner self. The works have the viewers re-evaluate vulnerability at times in their lives and how they have dealt with conflicts. The state of trauma is something not discussed, but with

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ARTIST: Rachel Maclean

4me4you features – – That’s not Mi! ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Josh Lilley Gallery which featured the artist Rachel Maclean – That’s not Mi! MY PROCESS Maclean mirrors and inverts throughout the works featured, employing technology and fabrication to hit repeated notes of uneasy, uncanny perfection in a seamless, sometimes seemingly virtual space in which the viewer is implicated. Gravity

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ARTIST: Suchitra Mattai

4me4you features – “why we like it”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Unit London Gallery which featured the artist Suchitra Mattai – “why we like it”. MY PROCESS The artist purposefully brings together mediums, using found materials and reimagining them to create her artworks.  Often, Mattai will include vintage prints that depict European and colonial pastoral motifs.  However, her works create

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ARTIST: Sarah Ball  

4me4you features – “Demonstrating”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Stephen Friedman Gallery which featured the artist  Sarah Ball  – “Demonstrating”. MY PROCESS Demonstrating an acute sensitivity to the psyche of her subjects, Ball’s enigmatic portraits explore the way we project images of ourselves  to the world. Using closely cropped compositions, the body of works celebrates individuals whose self-expression contest conventional gender

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