Robyn Ward is a contemporary Irish street artist who currently resides in London. He gained early interest in the visual arts through graffiti whilst living in Belfast, Northern Ireland - developing what would later become his own unique style. With a sold-out first solo show under his belt and artworks currently residing in private collections internationally, including Europe, Asia and North America, Ward is back with his second collection.
Catalogue available on the Art page.
Dmitry had a super party of Russian and London society for his inaugural show at Lamberty.
I was surprised and delighted to greet faces from Moscow. And of course the Russian ladies were arrestingly stunning. Nataliya Resh, who set up the Open Culture Foundation, Khristina Sysoeva or model & TV presenter Marinika Smirnova, just to mention a few.
My goodness the Russians have brought a wonderful spirit to our capital.
The show was of course a knock out success. We now only have a handful to offer.
It was lovely to see you all.
And I hope to see you shortly for Derrick Santini's mystical lenticulars - Swimming with Peacocks.
Dmitry Oskin was born in Russia, St Petersburg, in 1986 and moved to live and work in London in 2009. Art was his first passion and he won a national prize at the age of 16 to create an artwork which now hangs in the Duma in Moscow. Prior to that at age 14, he won a national Russian drawing competition and was awarded first prize which was presented to him by the mayor of St Petersburg in the Hermitage Museum. Dmitry was trained and worked as a stylist on film and photo shoots. Since moving to London he has developed his career in photography. He has experienced various cultures through travels to South America, South East Asia and islands in the Indian Ocean which have deeply affected his artistic outlook.
'Butterflies – the high fashion of the world. Butterflies – the Christian Dior of wild life. They are like brides in their gowns. You want to waltz with them. They are perfect in their weightlessness. Butterflies are harmony, they are music.' — Dmitry Oskin
You know you’ve discovered a real artist when you first visit the studio. Agusti’s studio is large – a warehouse really, in the dusty outskirts of a quiet satellite of Barcelona. Yet here AC meets DC in the mind of Puíg. Here also were four years of his applied human zeal, which has never seen the door of the studio. Canvasses and boards stacked 20 deep all around the walls. Some of them soaring great images 15 feet high, often diptychs of two juxtaposed individuals, their vicissitudes celebrated in paint pools of thoughts, their experiences become sgraffito strands of internal rhythms. The wiring of cogito ergo sum become visible. It’s a somewhat overwhelming treat – like being allowed into the inner sanctum of a great cathedral of the mind. Then you start to notice the occasional eye peering enquiringly at you from a canvas. This all-seeing eye, resembling a Turkish nazar, gave me the inspiration for the title of this show of most carefully selected Agusti Puig paintings.
Lamberty is pleased to announce that we have amicably resolved our disagreement with Stik.
We are preparing to return our metal container images to Poland. We are in the process of contacting buyers of the rest of the mages to convey an offer to replace their pieces with one off 1:1 scale original prints on aluminium which will be produced by Stik.
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We’re all very pleased to see the smaller ‘Smiley’ works by Ryan Callanan back on the wall. A fair few of the finishes are now coming to the end of their edition so if they might be of ch before they all go. For further info contact us on email@example.com.