In his hilarious but sensitive short stories, Ravi Mangla makes you feel exactly what you want to be feeling. The way his micro-fictions read are often just as satisfying as the content of their narratives and you’re left with the impression that this guy just gets it.
Our latest work, The Demidov Collapse, is a print series set within an undefined and barren terrain. A wandering figure exists in the landscape to which he is intrinsically linked: whether as custodian, convict, or both. Prints are available to purchase at £10 through our website. Also, be sure to have a listen to Arid House Radio v1, the first in a series of transmissions curated by us.
We really appreciate a good publication, and Shopping Hour in particular because it brings together art, philosophy, poetry and critical theory in a relevant and engaging way, without compromising on visual style. Dealing with some big ideas doesn’t have to be a dry exercise. Shopping Hour is an object you will enjoy holding, looking at [...]
Namsa Leuba’s latest photographic series, YaKalaBen, has us captivated. Similar to Phyllis Galembo’s fantastic photobook, Maske, it focuses on unusual and interesting tribal attire. The details, textures, colours and shapes in the ritualistic costumes are really emphasised through Leuba’s stunning portraits.
Czech born, but living and working in London, Tereza Zelenkova really grabbed our attention with her excellent Supreme Vice photo series, fusing occult symbolism with bleak and arcane landscapes. With a growing roster of worldwide shows, we’re sure she’s one to keep an eye on over the coming few years.
Carrying on from karma.loops.prt1, prt2 shows exactly why Knxwledge continues to be a leader in the beat production game. His consistently great output of music through his Bandcamp keeps us coming back for more. Well worth the $5 price tag.
Recreating VHS-style blurry imagery through traditional painting techniques, Kon Trubovich has created a really unique visual style. His work definitely shares a similarity with the photo-painting style of Gerard Richter, which is always a thumbs up in our books.