Federico Michettoni

Beneath a Blue Sky exhibition.

Come and have a look at my hand printed work at @greenroomshotel from 23rd of Jan to 18th of March. 13-27 Station road N22 6UW.


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Dexter Dalwood

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Dexter Dalwood is a British artist living in London.

Dalwood relates his works, such as Kurt Cobain’s Greenhouse (2000), to the tradition of history painting – a genre now half forgotten – His process as he puts it, is “a more brutal way of picking informations and then put it all together to create a different kind of reality.

Artist profile: https://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/dexter_dalwood.htm

Anestis Anestis


Greek artist Anestis Anestis has created an interesting project called “This is not a group” is the latest project from greek artist Anestis Anestis. It’s on his Tumblr and depicts the main world leaders of the G8.

The project consists of four hundred shots overlapping one on top of the other, making the faces blurred but at the same time familiar. In order to do this the artist used a custom software designed with Processing, which is able to save images of Google results, overlapping them. The faces of Angela Merkel and Donald Trump remain vaguely recognisable because of the color combinations and the fusion of all these colours takes back the Impressionist style.

Images are undoubtedly interesting and a mirror of an increasingly blurred era.

Magnhild Kennedy

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The London-based Norwegian artist Magnhild Kennedy a.k.a. Damselfrau is a self-taught maker of masks, who never stops surprising her audiences with new innovative shapes and collections on her main canvas – the human face.

“Creating a mask is like creating a new character, a veil that allows you to become someone else,” she explains. “I am fond of ethnic textiles and comfy utilitarian clothes,” she adds.

Damsefrau is not wanting to define, although she doesn’t consider herself a jeweler, her work has a strong dialogue with the field. Her fascinating pieces have been featured everywhere from exhibitions to one of Beyonce’s music videos to magazines like Volt, Another Man, Vogue and LOVE.

Have a look at here work here: