Post-Internet is a 21st century art movement focusing on creations influenced by the Internet or its impact on aesthetics, culture and society.
Post-Internet art is all about examining how the Internet has affected art and culture. Unlike Postmodernism, which reacted against Modernism, Post-Internet isn't about a time ‘after’ the Internet, but rather a time that's ‘about’ the Internet itself.
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The art of tarot: meet the artists shaping the future of divination
The humble yet powerful tarot card has inspired artists for centuries. Today, tarot is more popular than ever, so we take a look at its long history and the creatives celebrating it now. Along the way, we speak to two of our favourite artists and tarot creators, Claire Yurika Davis and Marcella Kroll.
Peter Halley (he/him) was born in 1953 in New York, USA, where he continues to live and work.
Sarah Lee is a contemporary artist who was born in Seoul, Korea, and now lives and works in New York City, USA.
Filipe Pantone was born in 1986 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in southern Spain. He now lives and works in Valencia.
Clocks Daylight Jump
Energetic fantasies by Tomokazu Matsuyama explore cultural identity in a post-internet age.In Clocks Daylight Jump, a lone traveller on horseback pauses to look back on a colourful array of flora and fauna. Eclectic motifs appear throughout, including the artist’s signature damask pattern applied by hand in silver leaf.“What I’m creating is a mash-up of different cultural and historical components.”
New York-based painter Sarah Lee subsumes post-internet abstraction into undulating, seamlessly-blended landscapes.Hidden Moon is an original pastel drawing on paper realised in Lee’s signature icy blue palette, incorporating the artist’s recurring moon motif and bulbous, semi-abstract figuration.The work is launched alongside 4 more originals by Sarah Lee and submissions from 3 other artists — as part of our first Work on Paper Week.
New York-based painter Sarah Lee subsumes post-internet abstraction into undulating, seamlessly-blended landscapes.Windy Night is an original pastel drawing on paper, realised in Lee’s signature icy blue palette and incorporating her recurring moon motif.The work is launched alongside 4 more originals by Sarah Lee and submissions from 3 other artists — as part of our first Work on Paper Week.
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We collaborate with artists to create both limited editions and works on paper.
A limited edition is part of a unique series of pieces. Limited editions are fixed in quantity, meaning we will only ever produce a certain number.
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Each edition comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity (COA) signed by the artist. Additionally every edition will be signed, marked, or numbered on the edition itself.
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