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Artist Kinu Kamura Began Her Latest Series by Printing Screenshots From Instagram—and Ended Up Somewhere Else Entirely

The exhibition at Vancouver’s Z Gallery Arts brings together four new bodies of work by the French-Japanese artist. Katie White, June 28, 2019 “It’s layers upon layers upon layers,” says Kinu Kamura, the young French-Japanese artist currently showing at Z Gallery Arts in Vancouver. Her exhibition “Post Matter” brings together four recent bodies of work, each of which […]

Eesha Suhail @ Dawn.com, Video by Sajjad Gohar

Eesha Suhail @ Magazine Somewhere in Pakistan 18th April, 2019

Somewhere in Pakistan, Magazine feature written by Omar Wasay 18th April, 2019 Click here to view the full catalogue.        

EESHA SUHAIL EXHIBITION: SYMBOLIC REALISM @ DAWN.COM

EXHIBITION: SYMBOLIC REALISM Saira Dar | July 15th, 2018 Lahore’s O Art Space Gallery continues to showcase the work of young, accom­plished artists. Its most recent exhibition, titled Forecast, included eight art graduates; five from the National College of Arts (NCA), and three from the Punjab University College of Art and Design (PUCAD). Eesha Suhail, […]

Jerome Rapin @ Univers des Arts

Jerome Rapin’s painting ‘Beauté Cachée : Robb II’ was selected by the magazine to be part of the double page (50-51) to present the ‘salon des artistes indépendants’ of the massive collective show ‘ART CAPITAL’ in Paris February 2019.

Jerome Rapin @ Pratiques des Arts

Jerome Rapin was elected the winner out of 3400 fellow artists, for the year’s contest of the best painting, with ‘Beauté cachée : Robb’. This painting, made in collaboration with Robb Jerome Rapin’s friend song writer/singer, as the subject, and his friend professional photographer Mickaël Gramm.

Z Gallery Arts | Kinu Kamura | Featured Artwork on Artnet

 

Z Gallery Arts @ CONTEXT art miami 2018 | Booth C332

Z gallery Art focuses here on four emerging painters, Khaled Alkhani, Xie Le, Ferle and Kangi ConnieWang. They explore, each in their own different universes and atmospheres, the strength of the movement. Khaled Alkhani questions the social movement question. The women he paints have high faces and upright eyes, but their bodies seem caught up […]