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Faig Ahmed

Hurvin Anderson

Scott Anderson

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

Michael Armitage

Luke Armitstead

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Francis Bacon

Cornelia Baltes

Simon Belleau

Joshua Bilton

Alison Blickle

Benjamin Brett

Andrew Brischler

Carla Busuttil

Scott Carter

James Clarkson

Mikey Cook

Kevin Cooley

Elizabeth Corkery

Daniel Crews-Chubb

Øystein Dahlstrøm

Blake Daniels

Fleur Van Dodewaard

Tomory Dodge

Antoine Donzeaud

Zavier Ellis

Amir Fattal

Madeline Von Forerster

Ruth Freeman

Robert Fry

Anthony Goicolea

Jonny Green

Pablo Griss

Eckart Hahn

Felicity Hammond

Byzantia Harlow

Neil Harrison

Clinton Hayden

Colleen Heslin

Oliver Hickmet

Aaron Holz

Edward Hopley

Gary Hume

Christoffer Joergensen

Tamara K.E

Olivier Kosta-Thefaine

Olaf Kuhnemann

Bruce LaBruce

Janneke Van Leeuwen

Tomáš Libertíny

Gijs Van Lith

Tom Lovelace

Kate Lyddon

Nigel Massey

Roberto & Renato Miaz

Holly Mills

Jenny Morgan

Ryan Mosley

Benjamin Murphy

Jose Carlos Naranjo

Regina Nieke

Sarah Pager

Selma Parlour

Yelena Popova

Martine Poppe

Tony Romano

Lou Ros

Maja Ruznic

Alan Sastre

Sebastian Schrader

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Berndnaut Smilde

Evren Sungur

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Struan Teague

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Luke Turner

Alain Urrutia

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'Robert Fry’s enduring preoccupation is to find a visual equivalent to the metaphysical space separating the act of representation from the language of abstraction in the medium of painting. Un-coincidently, the human figure is central in Fry’s studies and remains the ultimate conduit to express his obsession with the concepts of form and norm, symmetry and deformation, and that of mutation and maturity. These concepts reflect the fundamental definition of the self and how it relates to its immediate environment.'[1] In Fry’s works, 'the juxtaposition of two conversing beings fuses boundaries between conventionally inanimate structures with anatomical extensions that strain to communicate against backgrounds suggesting tumbling infinity and omnipresence.'[2]

ROBERT FRY (b. 1980, London) has exhibited at galleries and institutions in the UK and abroad. He has had solo exhbtions with Gallery Kornfeld, Berlin (2013), Alexia Goethe Gallery, London (2009), Atelier 2, Moscow (2009) and M and B Gallery, Los Angeles (2010). Selected group shows include, ‘Newspeak’ Saatchi Gallery, London and the State Hermitage Muesuem, St Petersburg (2011), ‘On the Horizon’, Marine Contempoary, Los Angeles (2012), Man, Myth and the Machine: Erika Deak Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (2011), Deep Space, Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (2012) and the Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy London (2011).  Fry has previously been shortlisted for the John Moores Prize. Fry’s work is included in various collections including Saatchi, Mario Testino, Museum of Modern Art Moscow and private collections throughout Europe, South Korea and USA.  He frequently donates to charitable associations, including the annual MacMillan Art Auction in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.

[1] Myriam Blundell

[2] Seline Bullocke

'Robert Fry’s enduring preoccupation is to find a visual equivalent to the metaphysical space separating the act of representation from the language of abstraction in the medium of painting. Un-coincidently, the human figure is central in Fry’s studies and remains the ultimate conduit to express his obsession with the concepts of form and norm, symmetry and deformation, and that of mutation and maturity. These concepts reflect the fundamental definition of the self and how it relates to its immediate environment.'[1] In Fry’s works, 'the juxtaposition of two conversing beings fuses boundaries between conventionally inanimate structures with anatomical extensions that strain to communicate against backgrounds suggesting tumbling infinity and omnipresence.'[2]

ROBERT FRY (b. 1980, London) has exhibited at galleries and institutions in the UK and abroad. He has had solo exhbtions with Gallery Kornfeld, Berlin (2013), Alexia Goethe Gallery, London (2009), Atelier 2, Moscow (2009) and M and B Gallery, Los Angeles (2010). Selected group shows include, ‘Newspeak’ Saatchi Gallery, London and the State Hermitage Muesuem, St Petersburg (2011), ‘On the Horizon’, Marine Contempoary, Los Angeles (2012), Man, Myth and the Machine: Erika Deak Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (2011), Deep Space, Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (2012) and the Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy London (2011).  Fry has previously been shortlisted for the John Moores Prize. Fry’s work is included in various collections including Saatchi, Mario Testino, Museum of Modern Art Moscow and private collections throughout Europe, South Korea and USA.  He frequently donates to charitable associations, including the annual MacMillan Art Auction in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.

[1] Myriam Blundell

[2] Seline Bullocke