Caragh Thuring
Flemish Bond, 2016
40.6 x 30.5 cm (15.98 x 12.01 in)
Oil and gesso on linen

Taryn Simon
Black Square XX, Haringey Ballot Count, European Union membership referendum, The Great Hall, Alexandra Palace (“The People's Palace”), London, United Kingdom, June 24, 2016, 2:30 AM GMT, 2016

Celia Paul
Anemone, 2016
15.2 x 20.3 cm (5.98x7.99 in)
Watercolour on paper

In addition to her portraits, Celia Paul has made detailed studies of nature where solace can often be found in its consoling beauty. The subject of Anemone follows on from her works exhibited in Celia Paul Sisters and Flowers, Adam and Rowe, in 2015.

Rachel Feinstein
The Tourist, 2016
34.36 x 20.3 x 20 cm (13.53 x 7.99 x 7.87 in)
Polymer clay, tinfoil, wire, wood, paint, glass

Virginia Chihota
A Thorn in my Flesh (munzwa munyama yangu), 2014
28.8 x 20.2 cm (11.34 x 7.95 in)
Ink and watercolour on paper

Etel Adnan
Untitled, 2016
Drawing with pastel crayons on coloured paper

Agnieszka Brzezanska

Katherine Bernhardt
Toucan, Bananas, New Balance and Sharpie, 2016
101.6 x 76.2 cm (40 x 30 in)
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas

Katherine Bernhardt is a Brooklyn based painter, currently residing in Flatbush, Brooklyn. A graduate of both The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and The School of Visual Arts in New York, Katherine has been active in the New York art scene for over twenty years. Katherine is represented by CANADA, a gallery located in the Lower East Side of New York. 

Unskilled Worker
Florence, 2016
61 x 45.5 cm (24.02 x 17.91 in)
Chalk, ink, pen, charcoal, oil pastel on Fabricano paper

This is a portrait of Florence Welch. Having listened to her music, the artist felt that many of the lyrics denote personal troubles and pain. This painting is the artist’s interpretation of Florence with peace and resolution.

Carrie Mae Weems
Color Real and Imagined, 2014
76.2 x 116.84cm (30 x 46 in)
Archival inkjet print with silk screened colour blocks