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ARTIST: David Shrigley

4Me4You Features – – “Mayfair Tennis Ball Exchange”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Stephen Friedman Gallery who presented David Shrigley’s  – “Mayfair Tennis Ball Exchange”. MY PROCESS Visitors are invited to bring an old ball to swap with a new one from the numerous shelves that line the walls. Gradually the rows of yellow spheres are replaced with misshapen and discoloured

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ARTIST: Hwang Seontae

4Me4You Features – “THE POWER OF LIGHT”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Pontone Gallery which featured a new collection of lightboxes by Hwang Seontae: THE POWER OF LIGHT MY PROCESS Carefully crafted from sandblasted glass and discreet LED lamps, these works depict contemporary, domestic interiors These calm and ordered scenes are lit by windows which frame views of natural landscape. In

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ARTIST: Matteo Massagrande

4Me4You Features – Matteo Massagrande. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Pontone Gallery which featured the paintings by Matteo Massagrande. MY PROCESS A tension plays out in these outwardly calm and controlled images. The subject, a point in time and space, is elusive, constantly changing and sitting on the edge of perception.  Massagrande’s careful rendering of his systematic and forensic observations makes

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ARTIST: “the Connor Brothers“

4me4you features “So many unexpected moments“. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Maddox Gallery London which featured “the Connor Brothers“.. MY PROCESS “It is the paradox of art, that artifice is often the best way to depict reality” – Connor Brothers. The artistic duo, The Connor Brothers, are known for their paintings and prints depicting pin-up models accompanied by pithy text. Their

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ARTIST: NFT Collective

ARTIST: NFT Collective 01 02 03 04 05 06 ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Unit London Gallery which featured an NFT Collective -“Transformations“. MY PROCESS Transformations celebrates artists from diverse and unconventional backgrounds, from the pro-skateboarder Chad Knight to the self-taught Unskilled Worker. Transformations invites artists and creators to reflect on how the past year has impacted and reshaped their lives

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ARTIST: Teiji Hayama

4Me4You Features – “I link, therefore I am”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Unit London Gallery which featured the artist Teiji Hayama  MY PROCESS Through portraits of instantaneously recognisable icons such as Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy, all of whom Hayama describes as “vintage influencers”, the artist explores the process by which a person becomes stratospherically famous, a process the artist

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ARTIST: “Peppi Bottrop ”

4Me4You Features- “Jungle Rapture”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits Pilars Corrias Gallery which featured the artist Peppi Bottrop – “Jungle Rapture”. MY PROCESS Described as “the manic cartography of an urban flaneur”, Bottrop’s compositions may resemble the frayed infrastructure and overlapping freeway feeders of the Ruhr area. But they also brim with alternative routes, some of which border the realm of

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ARTIST: “Yoshitomo Nara”

4Me4You Features- “ Pinacoteca 2021” . ABOUT ME 4me4you visits PACE Gallery which featured the artist “Yoshitomo Nara” – Pinacoteca 2021. MY PROCESS Borrowing its title from the Ancient Greco-Roman term for a public art salon, Pinacoteca 2021, is a specially crafted multi-room structure that imitates an exhibition space. Yoshitomo Nara’s widely recognizable portraits of menacing figures reflect the artist’s

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ARTIST: Henrik Uldalen

4Me4You Features- “Love in Exile” . ABOUT ME 4me4you visits JD Malat Gallery which featured the artist Henrik Uldalen – “Love in Exile” –   MY PROCESS Udalen draws inspiration from philosophers like Nietzsche and Sate, to arrive at his current approach – darker backgrounds, looser contours, experimentation – the philosophical questioning brings freedom in this new body of work.

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ARTIST: Vladinsky

4Me4You Features- “Fragments”. ABOUT ME 4me4you visits House Of Fine Art (HOFA) Gallery featured the artist Vladinsky – “Fragments”. MY PROCESS Vladinsky is renowned for his signature abstract style of portraiture. The portraits in this collection reflect a strong philosophical turn in Vladinsky’s work as they mirror the dysfunction of modern life. Their elongated profiles, vibrant colours, and inchoate faces,

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