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Interview with Andreas Blank

Andreas Blank is a sculptur living and working between London and Berlin. Indechs had the opportunity to discuss with him his life long artist membership at the well known Groucho Club in London for our Contemporary Club Culture Week. The Groucho Club is a private members club, formed in 1985, open to men and women. […]

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Interview with Eloise Hawser

Born in 1985 in London, Eloise Hawser received a BFA from Oxford University just before moving to Frankfurt where she studied at the Staedel Academy in the class of Tobias Rehberger. Her sculptural practice is deeply concerned with the way things are made, and draws on a wide range of references, materials and processes that make up our industrial environment. […]

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Interview with Stuart Semple

Stuart Semple is a contemporary British artist. Known for his large scale canvases incorporating text and found imagery, Semple’s practice addresses ideas sparked by immersion in popular culture and combines contemporary figurative painting with pop art. Semple’s work has strong links with Richard Hamilton’s Pop Art, but have a contemporary emphasis on latent fear and threat rather than […]

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Interview Analia Saban – Beyond Painting

Analia Saban is a contemporary artist working in Los Angeles. Her work encompasses drawing, painting and sculpture. Saban has said of her work that „I use a spectrum of materials depending on what needs to be conveyed through the work.“ She often works with materials in ways that confuse or subvert their typical meaning or use in studio art practice: for example, […]

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Interview with Awst & Walther

This week we are focusing around the upcoming Gallery Weekend and will be talking to artists, gallerists, collectors and present the exhibitions to see, places to be and art to experience. Indechs had the chance to start our debate with the Berlin based artist duo Awst & Walther. Awst & Walther has developed to a leading […]

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Interview with Sarah Maple

Sarah Maple was born in 1985; she completed a BA in Fine Art from Kingston University in 2007 and in the same year won the ‚4 New Sensations‘ award for emerging artists, run by The Saatchi Gallery. Sarah’s artwork, film and performances have been exhibited internationally at galleries and institutions. Her exhibition at Kunstihoone broke the museum’s […]

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Interview with Maximilian Arnold

Born in 1987, Maximilian Arnold studied Fine Art and Painting at the Art Academy Karlsruhe with Prof. Toon Verhoef before switching to the class of Willem de Rooij at the Staedel Academy in Frankfurt. Arnold`s paintings are set up as collages of materials such as polyester or plastic foil, denying a localisation of the individual […]

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