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Go Modern 2017

Julio Brujis Ryan Callanan Rebecca Coles Robin Duttson Ewan David Eason Allan Forsyth Alberto Fusco Stuart Hartley Dede Johnston Vincent Poole Simon Schofield Tessa Shaw Justine Smith Heidi Whitman


Julio Brujis | Ouzoud

Ouzoud, 2012 Digital print Mounted and framed in a wooden box frame Edition of 12 Signed by artist on verso 100 x 112 cm ÂŁ2,800 Also available as 170 x 152 ÂŁ3,500

Julio Brujis creates large-scale digital images of landscapes that are modified from an original panoramic view into an open, multi-horizon expanse. Touching on notions of illusion and representation, he questions our perception and traditional depiction of the landscape as two-dimensional image.


Ryan Callanan | Acid Smiley (Fluro/Neon)

Acid Smiley (Fluro/Neon), 2016 Perspex, MDF, silkscreen printed fibreglass Edition of 10 Signed and editioned by the artist 76 cm Diameter ÂŁ3,500

Through combining words and images from popular culture, with the materials and techniques traditionally associated with pub signs, he creates nostalgic, playful images that are both accessible and highly technically accomplished.


Rebecca Coles | British Masters 01

British Masters 01, 2017 Hand cut butterfly silhouettes using recycled art book illustrations and entomology pins White box frame Signed on the reverse 100 x 100cm ÂŁ4,750

As a paper artist Rebecca Coles work currently focuses on the reinvention of entomological cataloguing, display and the assemblage of shapes. She is fascinated with the process by which three-dimensional decorative forms materialise out of flat sheets of paper. By deconstructing various paper ephemera to create unique works of art. Each shape is hand drawn and then intricately hand cut from carefully selected paper, focusing on recycling a medium that would otherwise be discarded and lost.


Robin Duttson | Bullfinch, Great Tit and Roses

Bullfinch, Great Tit and Roses, 2013 19-colour screen-print Signed and editioned by the artist Edition of 45 116 x 85 cm ÂŁ1,250 unframed, ÂŁ1,550 framed

Duttson works across different media in interconnected projects, taking inspiration from the rich, allencompassing schemes of Baroque art. His delicate drawings and prints are part of a wider plan to sculpturally recreate an entire apple tree. Every year, Duttson sets up a temporary orchard studio to draw the short-lived blossoms, in an urgent attempt to capture the details he needs to continue his work through the year.


Robin Duttson | Gold Blossom on Red

Gold Blossom on Red, 2014 Screenprint with 24 carat gold leaf Signed and editioned by the artist Edition of 10 Image size 77.5 x 96 cm, Paper size 100 x 117 cm ÂŁ1,700 unframed, ÂŁ2,050 framed

Duttson works across different media in interconnected projects, taking inspiration from the rich, allencompassing schemes of Baroque art. His delicate drawings and prints are part of a wider plan to sculpturally recreate an entire apple tree. Every year, Duttson sets up a temporary orchard studio to draw the short-lived blossoms, in an urgent attempt to capture the details he needs to continue his work through the year.


Ewan David Eason | Mappa Mundi Maior Londinium

Mappa Mundi Maior Londinium, 2016 Black UV treated ink on 24 Carat Gold leaf mounted on Aluminium panel Edition of 3 Signed and editioned by the artist 150 cm Diameter £11,000 Also available 195 cm Diameter in a limited edition of 3 £14,500 Ewan’s Mappa Mundi series – the title of which comes from the Medieval Latin Mappa, meaning sheet, and Mundi, of the world – has taken inspiration from the study of maps from ancient to modern. Ewan’s stripping away of words and traditional symbolism in cartography, replacing with the solid colour blocks becoming abstract images in themselves.


Allan Forsyth | A Certain Light

A Certain Light, 2013 Motion lenticualr Framed Edition of 25 Signed and editioned by the artist 118 x 80 cm ÂŁ3,600 Also available in 80 x 54 cm in an edition of 25 ÂŁ3,000

Forsyth's art is a poignant incorporation of technological media and conceptual design. Forsyth's "unusual and dramatic artworks marry nature and modernism," with abstract, analog patterns or sleek images of light and colour, inspired by natural phenomena, emotions, or intangible ideas.


Allan Forsyth | Tranquilizer

Tranquilizer, 2014 Motion lenticular Framed Edition of 15 Signed and editioned by the artist 80 x 120 cm £4,200

Forsyth’s art is a poignant incorporation of technological media and conceptual design. Forsyth’s “unusual and dramatic artworks marry nature and modernism”, with abstract, analog patterns or sleek images of light and colour, inspired by natural phenomena, emotions, or intangible ideas.


Alberto Fusco | Crizia

Crizia, 2017 Sculpted paper on white painted wood frame Signed by the artist 92 x 92 cm ÂŁ1,950

At present Fusco uses recycled magazines that would otherwise be thrown away that he injects life back into art, this is essential and central to his practice. Working from his studio all his artworks are made up by folded and manipulated paper and transformed into textural geometrical forms, which ultimately developed into sculptural pieces in their own right.


Dede Johnston | Balloon

Balloon, 2012 Digital C-type print Framed in a white box frame Edition of 5 Signed certificate of authenticity From ‘The New Wilderness’ series 127 x 153 cm unframed £2,250 framed

A scene from Courcheval, France from the series ‘The New Wilderness’. This series attests the insignificance and vulnerability against the power of the natural world. Johnston was directly inspired by the Romantic tradition – evoking feelings of mystery, silence and solitude – or what remains of the experience of solitude. These emotions are implicit in vast empty space, diminutive human presence and the mystical qualities of the landscape.


Vincent Poole | Asset Stripper

Asset Stripper, 2015 Digital print on Perspex suspended in frame with drop shadow Edition of 12 Numbered by the artist on verso 148 x 83 cm ÂŁ3,540 framed

Strong dynamic and iconic images sourced and influenced from Advertising, Interiors, Furniture design and Collage have featured strongly in all his creative work. Poole's signature collages combine graphics and fine art by linking specific London locations with the people, brands, objects and marketing materials associated with that area whether EC1 or SW3.


Simon Schofield | Temple 1

Temple 1, 2014 6 colour inket print on Hahnemuhle photo rag 308 gsm Signed and editioned by the artist Edition of 10 100 x 150 cm ÂŁ1,800 framed

In Schofield's images constellations of detailed visual elements are aggregated to form expanses of texture, pattern and substance. This method is used to create vibrant and highly naturalistic re-fabrications of the landscape and nature or to construct images that seem to be simulations or observations of microscopic scientific phenomena.


Tessa Shaw | Sun Smitten Grass

Sun Smitten Grass, 2015 Original cyanotype White was box frame Unique piece Signed and titled by artist on verso 164 x 133 cm ÂŁ5,500 framed

Tessa’s ethereal and atmospheric artworks, created using the early photographic technique of cyanotype, arise from a desire to preserve that which cannot be saved: the feeling of sun on your face, of leaves crackling underfoot, and of cold wind on bare arms. Shaw uses earth, rain, sunshine, leaves, grasses, petals, flowers, seeds, hair, and bodies, then works with them to preserve and produce a memory and a new energy.


Justine Smith | The Whittington Map

The Whittington Map, 2015 Archival inkjet print, hand gilded with 23.5 carat gold leaf Framed in a Mahogany stained frame Edition of 30 Signed and editioned by artist 74 x 142 cm ÂŁ2,500 unframed, ÂŁ2,995 framed

Through her collages, prints and sculptures, Smith examines our relationship to currency and coinage while also exploiting the physical beauty of the notes. By re-working an 1809 map of London by Edward Mogg, Smith has gilded the roads in the City of London with gold leaf, literally paving the streets of the banking area with gold. The idea of people drawn to a metropolis to 'seek their fortune' is a universal one and never more prevalent than now in an age of global migration.


Heidi Whitman | Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation, 2015 Ink, gouache, acrylic, paper and cast shadows Box frame Unique piece Signed by the artist on verso 85 x 119.5 x 5 cm £5,520 Heidi Whitman’s paper constructions resemble city grids, ancient ruins and floor plans, but they also act as metaphors for the complicated processes of the mind. Unpredictable curls and twists of paper, switchbacks and meanderings all form part of this intuitive terrain, while the changing shadows cast by the cut paper hint at the unknowable and transitory nature of human consciousness.


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The catalogue of artworks on display at Go Modern, London.

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