New Artists

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Showcasing the best in new photography through artists pushing the boundaries of form, genre and technique.

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"I reveal a secret world that lives beyond the visible truth. The universe has a lot for us to discover.” Anouk van Kalmthout communicates a sense of the surreal, opening doors beyond perception. Beyond The Horizon, New Artists, Perception, Surrealism, Universe, Van, Doors, Painting, Vans

Anouk van Kalmthout

Anouk van Kalmthout's works have become well-known for communicating a sense of the surreal – opening doors beyond perception.

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Dean West

Dean West's '2015-2020' series contains a system of signs, visual clues and deeply embedded narratives. The images ruminate cloudless skies in Palm Springs.

Photographer Ziqian Liu plays with perspective, fragmenting and abstracting the body through circular rhythms. New Artists, Portrait, Abstract, Plays, Perspective, Photography, Illustrations, Film, Fotografia

Ziqian Liu

New Artists: Isolated from the body, eyes, arms and hands become autonomous characters. Ziqian Liu plays with perspective in grey-tone worlds.

Andrew Albright's compositions capture sunsets awash with pink and blue. High flash and dreamy colour palettes transform daily commutes into dreamlike worlds. New Artists, Neon, Colour Palettes, Sunsets, Inspiration, Photoshop, Pink, Blue, Fotografia

Andrew Albright

Andrew Albright's compositions contain dreamy shifts in light and colour.

Creating a dialogue between skin and sand, Isabelle Chapuis depicts the human form in a constant state of metamorphosis. The artist notes: “Sand is a metaphor for the human condition, constantly in motion. York St John University, Lecture Theatre, Art Grants, Portfolio Review, Royal College Of Art, 8th Of March, Human Condition, New Artists, Art Fair

Evanescent Portraits

New Artists: Isabelle Chapuis' series, Anitya, creates a dialogue between skin and sand, delving into the idea of impermanence.

Letizia Le Fur’s works are nourished by a sense of wanderlust – moving round spaces with a sensitive gaze. New Artists, Paris, Light In The Dark, Image, Composition, Fur, Colour, Magazine, Lifestyle

A Painterly Aesthetic

Letizia Le Fur’s works are nourished by a sense of wanderlust – moving round spaces with a sensitive gaze. The images are laden with sensory markers.

Olga Urbanek is self-taught, living and working in Iceland. Her exploratory series, When Nobody’s Watching, questions the idea of “blending in” to new environments, fitting seamlessly into cultures or standing out on the edges. Photography Contests, World Photography, Photography Awards, Color Photography, Fashion Photography, New Environment, Like Animals, New Artists, Natural Wonders

New Territories

New Artists: Olga Urbanek is self-taught, living and working in Iceland. Her images question the idea of “blending in” to new environments.

Jenni Granholm’s works depict the struggles we face internally – physically, emotionally. Communicating a sense of inner turmoil, the photographs explore the compounding weight of expectations in a world driven by visual media. New Artists, Wraps, Pure Products, Jenni, Time Travel, Travel Style, Face, Photographs, Explore

Wrapping the Body

Jennie Granholm’s works depict the struggles we face internally – physically, emotionally. The photographs explore the weight of expectations.

Whilst filming, Belgian cinematographer Sander Vandenbroucke searches for compositions that belong as a still image. Utilising photography as a journey, Vandenbrouke utilises short breaks on set, teasing a sense of narrative from the land. Short Breaks, New Artists, Still Image, On Set, Journey, Magazine, Film, World, Photography

Alluring Worlds

Utilising photography as a journey, Sander Vandenbrouke utilises short breaks from filming on set, teasing a sense of narrative from the land.

London-based Alexander Missen examines the relationship between ideas and their aesthetics – how they manifest within our world. The Q&A series explores the nature of myth as applied to the US landscape, traversing idealism and reality. Our World, New Artists, Road Trip, America, Landscape, Aesthetics, Relationship, London, Search

Landscape as Myth

London-based Alexander Missen examines the relationship between ideas and their aesthetics – how they manifest within our world.

“I started photographing in 1999 with an old Kiev camera from my grandfather.” Born in Izmir, Turkey, and currently based in Montréal, Canada, Mustafa Hacalaki is inspired by the works of Abbas Kiarostami and Andrei Tarkovsky. William Eggleston, Venice Biennale, New Artists, Geology, Filmmaking, Illusions, Landscape Photography, Turkey, It Cast

Casting Silhouettes

Mustafa Hacalaki is inspired by the works of Abbas Kiarostami and Andrei Tarkovsky. Both filmmakers can be seen in Hacalaki’s Neverland worlds

Diane Villadsen is a fashion and conceptual photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. With a focus on colour and space, her images redress feminine and masculine stereotypes, empowering characters through enigmatic environments. Fashion Brand, Fashion Art, Taking Shape, Social Activities, Shape Design, Photoshoot Inspiration, New Artists, Fashion Labels, Minimal Fashion

Spirited Design

With a focus on colour and space, Diane Villadsen's images redress stereotypes, empowering characters through enigmatic environments.

James Owen is making some pretty cool art inspired by the seemingly incongruous combination of mathematic principles and flowing natural forms. Chris Labrooy, Render Design, 3d Design, Event Design, Beach Wedding Jewelry, 3d Artist, Triptych, New Artists, Tag Art

Suspended Forms

James Owen’s practice is inspired by mathematical equations and flowing movements within nature. The episodic images are contemporary and kinetic.

Bringing a sense of romanticism to isolated landscapes, Belgian visual artist Pierre Putman is drawn to the aesthetics of artificial light and the enigmatic nature of nocturnal worlds. Romanticism, New Artists, Pathways, Night Time, Fields, In This Moment, Sunset, World, Nature

Lucid Pathways

Bringing a sense of romanticism to isolated landscapes, Belgian visual artist Pierre Putman is drawn to the aesthetics of artificial light.

German photographer Jan Prengel conveys the silent beauty of structures through minimalist perspectives, deeply influenced by the sprawling growth of urban European cities and their architecture. New Artists, Minimalist, Construction, Urban, Architecture, Cities, Photography, Magazine, Thoughts

Revered Construction

Jan Prengel conveys the silent beauty of structures through minimalist perspectives, deeply influenced by the sprawling growth of urban European cities.

Gorgeous captures from the ‘Reflections’ and ‘Light, shadows and colour’ projects by Paris-based art director Daniel Forero. More photography inspiration via Behance Reflection Photography, Art Photography, Geometrie Variable, Neon Flowers, Grid Design, Abstract Images, Photography Projects, French Art, Art Director

Interior Worlds

Daniel Forero's Reflections series was inspired by wanting to bring the beauty of the outside world into the photography studio.

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