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Aya Haidar

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By reviewing history, authorship and authenticity, cultural and historical customs are drawn out. Networks are re-worked, where the material shapes the way the viewer identifies and engages with the subject matter. As stories are recounted, history, authorship and authenticity are … Continue reading

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Daniel Hutchinson

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Daniel Hutchinson’s paintings provoke dynamic perceptual viewing experiences with light responsive surfaces that continually shift with the changing position of each observer. His near-monochrome pictures are as surprisingly elusive and unfixed as the subjects he paints – landscape, seascape, and … Continue reading

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Nicholas Hanna

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Nicholas Hanna was born in Montreal, Canada in 1982. He received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture at McGill University in 2004 and a Master of Architecture from Yale University in 2009. He is fascinated by the aesthetic potential of … Continue reading

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Marianne Hall

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 Marianne Hall creates sculptures from clay.  The world she lives in is her inspiration, though she does not depict what she sees.  She truly see’s only when working.  Senses sharpened and sensibility increased, she creates in order to see the … Continue reading

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Åsa Maria Hedberg

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I call my work INVOLVATONS as I always try to include some stage of interactivity between the art work and the art audience/the general public. CERAMIC CLAY and MOLTEN GLASS are my favorite media – but I do work in … Continue reading

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Knut-Peter Hoffmann

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In 2004 the Leipzig artist Knut-Peter Hoffmann developed his so called “knutlands”. These paintings basically arise in two creative processes. First, a kind of protoplasm of color structures is spread on the canvas in a mental-playful process. While doing this, … Continue reading

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Gary Hume

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Gary Hume was born in Kent in 1962 and lives and works in London and upstate New York, USA. Solo shows include São Paulo Bienal, 1996; Venice Biennale, 1999; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 1999; the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, … Continue reading

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Candida Höfer

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Born in Germany in 1944, Candida Höfer is one of the leading figures in contemporary German art photography. Having studied film at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, she went on to study photography under Bernd and Hilla Becher. Höfer was included in … Continue reading

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Emily Hara

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Emily J. Hara focuses on images of romantic, yet curiously still interiors that invoke both tranquility and sometimes melancholy. Organically capturing the seemingly simple beauty of inanimate objects, she gives voice to her subjects, being chairs, beds, and doors, and … Continue reading

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Tove Hellerud

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The paintings develop from an exploration of mark making. I do not begin with any imagery in mind. I work intuitively to develop a composition. Each layer is made by working with, or against, the last. One compositional approach that … Continue reading

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Aniko Hencz

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  I am a hungarian woman artist born in Transylvania, now living in Budapest.  I have been drawing and painting ever since I  could hold a pencil in my hand… The field of visual arts I am working in is … Continue reading

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