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C J

Since the 1990's CJ has been photographing fashion and portraits for magazines and private clients. These commissions, from clients such as Selfridges and Trinity Mirror Magazines, have taken him over four continents, and an exhibition of portraits, sponsored by the BBC, was unveiled by their Creative Director, Alan Yentob. The British Journal of Photography has interviewed CJ twice over the last three years about his work, and he has been featured in various other magazines as his popularity rises.
 
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Fanny Janssen

Fanny Janssen is currently studying for an MA in Philosophy and exhibits in London showing a range of media such as photography painting and film. Her work has been shown at the Cannes Film Festival, the Nolias Gallery and at the Truman Brewery, London, E1. Her imagery is thought provoking and subtly haunting even though she works with a variety of subjects. Her most recent exhibition was at the Doomed Gallery, London with the Ribbon Machine Collective with whom she has shown now on two occasions in group shows.
 
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Morten Jørgensen

Most of Morten's photographs show landscapes, seascapes, buildings, bridges, and sometimes just people standing, and children in awe of the beauty of the sea against the land. The architectural photographs show Morten's attraction to the beauty of the modern against the strong Norwegian backdrop of sky or sea or mountain, whilst many of the pictures of buildings and details of architectural surfaces actually carry a sensation of icy threat. Morten has a passion for the colour blue, and this is reflected in several of his artworks. By utilizing different shades of light, he gives ordinary, solid structures a completely new appearance. Almost evangelic, with the combination of awe and fear, his works have a quality of stillness we rarely sense, or invite, into our lives.
 
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Bjanka Kadic

Bjanka Kadic has worked as a professional photographer and artist since 1995 when she graduated in photography from Westminster University in London. She specialises in contemporary images of architecture, still life and landscape. Her thematic preoccupations are those of time, history, and the way buildings, architectural detail, objects and, on a different scale, landscapes embody and, at the same time, shape ideas, events and peoples’ lives. Aesthetically she veers towards clean and elegant lines that form almost minimalist compositions, or at other times she’s drawn buy the mood, the shadow, the hidden, the overlapping, the blurred, the unclear, the ambiguous, something that refuses to succumb to the clarity and objectivity of the camera lens. Either way, Bjanka’s work deals with fragile meanings, transience and half-revealed, rather than with the solid objects.
 
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Richard Kearns

Kearns’ paintings raise the hairs on the back of your neck. Irritable and intriguing, Kearns’ images draw you in to his somewhat obscure and eccentric world.
 
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Susannah Keay

Having exhibited widely across London and mainland Europe, Susannah Keay has now found at home at LondonArt. She is a multi-faceted artist who likes to switch between mediums, but mostly works in pencil, photography and collage. The work she displays here shows her mastery of the pencil drawing and her creative inventiveness as she builds photography collages. By juxtaposing ideas of place and beauty with concepts of indoors and outdoors, she creates art that is interesting and beautiful. We are very pleased to welcome her and feel certain that the customers of LondonArt will enjoy her work as much as we do.
 
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Kate Kessling

Kate Kessling is an exciting new artist working in a broad range of media. She has long been fascinated with buttons and has one of the largest collections of buttons in the UK. Her ' button pieces' are vast mosaics; each piece containing over two thousand individually sewn buttons. Using the latest in high resolution digital printing, Kate has discovered a new and vibrant technique with which to produce her button images. Each print is produced in a small edition on Fine Art paper to Archival standards by Contrary Press. Kate exhibits widely and she recently sold out at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea. She is currently working on a set of her prints for Habitat which will be launched in 2008. Kate Kessling was born 1967 and studied at Goldsmiths, London, in the late 1980’s.
 
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Rusudan Khizanishvili (gobejishvili )

Rusudan Khizanishvili is a young contemporary artist working in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital. With influences drawn from great artists such as Gauguin and Cezanne, Khizanishvili's work visibly acknowledges the history of painting and the paintings of the great masters. Her confident use of colour, combined with a palpable and often sensuous handling of oil paint demonstrates a maturity beyond her twenty seven years. Rusudan's approach to both the handling of paint and compositional construction reflects a healthy knowledge of what has come before her, while at the same time clearly display a contemporary set of values and codes of practice. Graduating with a painting degree from the Tbilisi state Academy of Art, Rusudan went on to complete an MA in Media in 2005.
 
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Alan King

Alan King's interest in the artists of the Surrealist movement, and his love of architecture, has led him to combine the qualities of computer software and traditional painting techniques to invent bizarre, uncanny environments. Strong, bold, and rich with colour, his digital images are extremely well created. King's technical knowledge and skill combined with his own sense of creativity and talent enables him to freely express what is in his minds eye at the point of creation. This results in some strong, vibrant and vividly surreal landscapes.
 
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Tillman Kleinhans

There are moments in which the world aligns itself and shows us the abstract beauty behind every scene. There are moments when shapes appear and symmetrical horizons form in the distance, casting everything into beautiful significance. A second later and the image has gone. In this collection, Kleinhans waits for the perfect moment and frames it with skill and artistic vision. These photographs from around the world look great on their own but would also build into a unique and stunning collection. Within these pictures, the majesty of the natural world dwarfs the hand of man and leaves the viewer awestruck. We are big fans of photography here at LondonArt and Tillman Kleinhans reminds us why.
 
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