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Welcome to our consultancy news page where you can find the latest information about our projects and the artists we are working with. 
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03 Nov
The Power of Art #113 Katrin König ‘Grand Archaeo-Graphics’

Like an archaeologist, Katrin König continuously searches for ancient clues.

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20 Oct
The Power of Art #112 Pamela Schilderman ‘Gorgonium sapianum’

Pamela Schilderman, an interdisciplinary Dutch-Brazilian artist, explores themes of extinction, conservation, and ecology in her work.

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06 Oct
The Power of Art #111 Ernesto Romano ‘Pop Heart’

Ernesto Romano’s new collection, entitled Pop Heart, features a series of framed C-type prints of anatomical hearts

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22 Sep
The Power of Art #110, Velvet Zoe Ramos ‘Cultivate’

With the installation Cultivate, Ramos touches on several timely issues.

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08 Sep
The Power of Art #109 David Bartlett ‘Green Interior’

When we think of our homes, often our thoughts are filled with happiness, contentment, warmth, love, and security.

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01 Sep
The Power of Art #108 Nadja Stamselberg ‘Naval Gazing’

Nadja Stamselberg uses balloons as a paradoxical metaphor.

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30 Aug
The Power of Art #107 Sam Hodge ‘Unfolding (A Proper Brew)’

She collects specimens of  (un)natural history from the coastal strandlines, city roads, jacket pockets or the studio floor. Things eroded, smashed, or squashed flat, which she then transforms into prints.

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27 Jul
The Power of Art #106 Chris Christophorou Freedom & Limitation

Shapes, lines, and dribbles in variations of hues are the distinct marks in Chris Christophorou’s paintings.

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30 Jun
The Power of Art #105 Pip Dickens 'Cloud #8'

Clouds to most of us seem less a scientific phenomenon, rather, a phantasmagorical wonder of nature.

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23 Jun
The Power of Art #104 Osman Yousefzada ‘What Is Seen & What is Not’

Osman Yousefzada is a British-Pakistani interdisciplinary artist and writer, engaging with the representation, rupture and reimagining of the migration experience.

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25 May
The Power of Art #103 Sam Hodge 'Every Contact Leaves a Trace'

We are pleased to announce the exhibition 'Every Contact Leaves a Trace' by Sam Hodge.

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12 May
The Power of Art #102 Miguel Sopena ‘Starry Night I’

Artists observe the world around them. A walk in the forest, a poem, watching people, listing to some delightful music can be the source of stimulation alongside being enthused by a famous iconic painting.

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28 Apr
The Power of Art #101 Mukesh Shaw 'Let Them Eat Art'

Mukesh Shah's practice is observing and reductive, whether using text to explore the zeitgeist or creating tactile abstract compositions that may be viewed as inner landscapes.

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03 Apr
The Power of Art #100 Rosemary Clunie and Ben Okri 'Firedreams'

Firedreams, 2022, is a collaborative exhibition driven by two well-known London creatives, Rosemary Clunie and Ben Okri.

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24 Mar
The Power of Art #99 Michael Roberts 'The End Of The World'

Roberts’ title, “It's Only The End Of the World”, conveys the contradictions which come into play in this work.

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16 Dec
The Power of Art #98 Ernesto Romano ‘Formas’

Ernesto Romano’s artistic practice involves the examination of the human body.

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02 Dec
The Power of Art #97 Pip Dickens ‘Silver Birch’

Pip Dickens’ Wood series, was her first body of charcoal drawings presenting different views of a birch tree scenery

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25 Nov
The Power of Art #96 Ana Herter ‘Forest Fires’

Ana Herter is a Rio de Janeiro-based artist, exploring the effects of forest fires on nature in her oeuvre.

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19 Nov
The Power of Art #95 Marcus Hodge 'Breaking the Cycle'

Marcus Hodge series 'Breaking the Cycle' was inspired by a trip to Varanasi and many previous to India.

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11 Nov
The Power of Art #94 Anne Harild 'A Space For Moving The Wind'

The series of works titled “A Space for” have been created by Anne Harild using concrete and wooden textures and the aged yellowing paper from old Japanese books.

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