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Femininity and forbidden fruit are cut-up and subverted by Olivia Brazier, in photomontages that explore the role of women in the home and the nature of desire.

The post Feeling Fruity? The Collage Artist Getting Busy With a Pair of Scissors appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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Hong Chun Zhang’s meticulously formed black and white depictions of hair convey a spine-chilling sense of unease. 

The post Hong Chun Zhang: Hair & Hamburgers appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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Never mind the Royal Academy's annual blockbuster group show—tonight will see the opening of Elephant West and Troubadour Theatre's very own Summer exhibition.

The post The Summer Exhibition at Elephant West Showcases Local Talent appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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Sondra Perry addresses the wrongs of the contemporary age, exploring the entanglement of identity and technology.   

The post Sondra Perry: Resistance and Human Machines appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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Artist and musician Lee Jaffe's photographs from a 1983 journey with Jean-Michel Basquiat paint an intimate portrait of the iconic artist. Here he shares his strongest memories from the trip.

The post The Artist Who Travelled the World with Basquiat appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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Cui Xinming’s paintings evoke the unsettled state of his peers, who are growing up in a time of tremendous political shift and seemingly unchecked development. 

The post Cui Xinming: Toxic Light and Everyday Calm appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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The American artist commented on the darker undercurrent of the Wild West in his Limit Telephotography—nodding to the murky military activity that happens out of sight.

The post Trevor Paglen Points His Camera at the Impenetrable American West appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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With the food industry booming, there are a whole host of photographers, designers, stylists and chefs embracing the absurd, joyful, colourful pleasure of food in all its forms.

The post Whet Your Appetite With This Visual Feast appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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Julie Curtiss’s works depict a collision of nightmarish hair, fingernails and fur, amidst which their subjects are characterful, but barely recognizable as human.  

The post Julie Curtiss: Wild Women and Dark Humour appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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At the fiftieth edition of the annual photo festival in Arles, images of families and homes proliferate. Are we all searching for a place we belong? And if we find it, what does it look like?

The post Private Lives Made Public: The Best of Arles 2019 appeared first on ELEPHANT.

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