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HOLD IT WITH REGARD, MORGAN LAPPIN

Posted on December 12, 2014 by Editorial Staff

Work: Mongo Drain Mouth- analog collage

www.morganlappin.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, MORGAN LAPPIN

Posted on December 5, 2014 by Editorial Staff

 

Oh, talents! A fresh smell of ‘thenextbigthing’ was in the air  when Morgan Jesse Lappin presented his works to The Harlow. Hold On With High Regard will host his work. We suggest you discovering this artist and his webpage. ‘When making collage pieces the images I use come mostly from old encyclopedias, and other older publications. I use nothing more than a physical cut and paste/tape method with all my work. Throughout the years I’ve adopted a few different styles of collage and am always looking for fresh ways to present my work. I spend probably 85% of the time cutting and collecting images and the rest of the time actually making work. I have hundreds of categories with thousands of pre-cut images in folders ready to go. It’ll just take a few more life times to get to it all.’

Morgan Jesse Lappin, collage artist/musician living in Brooklyn. Collage  an OCD passionate since  2007. In December 2013 he put together the Brooklyn Collage Collective, now over 30 members strong.

Work: The Big City – analog collage

www.morganlappin.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, SARA GARAGNI

Posted on January 17, 2014 by Editorial Staff

Second week in good company of Italian/Swedish illustrator, now living in Bologna, Sara Garagni. This piece is called “Pulsasuoni”.

http://saragaragnani.com/

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, SARA GARAGNI

Posted on January 10, 2014 by Editorial Staff

Sara Garagni is an  Italian/Swedish illustrator. She grew up somewhere near Bologna. She is very talented and  deserves our Hold it with regard.

“I have traveled a lot and now I live in  Bologna where I work as art director. I am an illustrator, a sketcher, a painter. I am auto didactic in the field of the visual arts. I am a reformed economist that choose a career in the communication field. I have done many things in my life. From 2010 I’m curator of “Parapera-Drammaturgie possibili” but I have dealt with set design for the theatrical show “Il bianco e il ruggine” by Ennio Ruffolo and Fabio Fiandrini and of “Difetto di fabbricazione”. I also take care of the communication of an Italian band called “La Metralli” and I have published two illustrated books for children made in collaboration with Fabio Ognibene: “La Principessa che dice le bugie (Giraldi Editore, 2009) and “L’uomo dei mulini a Vento” (Tabula Fati Editore, 2012). I have also illustrated several other cover books and I like my bicycle. I like transforming furniture and objects. I like naming things. I like drawing on walls, music, live books, dinners with friends, make surprises and loosing time. But what I like most, is when I feel free.”

www.saragaragnani.com

HOLT IT WITH REGARD, VITTORIO CICCARELLI

Posted on November 21, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Enjoy the very last Hold It With Regard with Vittorio Ciccarelli.

http://www.galerie-sakura.com

 

 

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, VITTORIO CICCARELLI

Posted on November 15, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Friday, Hold it With Regard, Vittorio Ciccarelli.

Vittorio Ciccarelli, he  was born in Naples in 1980, he lives and works  in Aversa, Caserta. Vittorio is an architect with a great passion for art and loves to conducts experimental researches in the photography field. Started as an auto didactic, Ciccarelli has attended several workshop to professionalize his job and passion. Harlow just adores him: his sincere and sexy approach, his bold and secure eye. His use of colors, his simplicity, his over the top irony. Hype realist in some moments, new Dadaist in others, Vittorio never miss his intent of celebrating beauty while deconstructing. Everything is in discussion, even the most unexpected object. Vittorio Ciccarelli is represented by Sakura Art Gallery, Paris.

http://www.galerie-sakura.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, VITTORIO CICCARELLI

Posted on November 8, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Second Hold it With Regard in good company of Vittorio Ciccarelli.

Vittorio Ciccarelli, he  was born in Naples in 1980, he lives and works  in Aversa, Caserta. Vittorio is an architect with a great passion for art and loves to conducts experimental researches in the photography field. Started as an auto didactic, Ciccarelli has attended several workshop to professionalize his job and passion. Harlow just adores him: his sincere and sexy approach, his bold and secure eye. His use of colors, his simplicity, his over the top irony. Hype realist in some moments, new Dadaist in others, Vittorio never miss his intent of celebrating beauty while deconstructing. Everything is in discussion, even the most unexpected object. Vittorio Ciccarelli is represented by Sakura Art Gallery, Paris.

http://www.galerie-sakura.com

 

CUT THE RIBBON, JOHN DELOREAN

Posted on November 7, 2013 by Editorial Staff

In years where cars are not selling, re editions of old model seems the only option. Minis and 500s, it looks like we are in the sixties. But we are not. We were supposed to drive flying cars (that’s what they told us at school) and here we are, driving the same old models. Off course those cute compact cars have been upgraded, but here at the Harlow we are into new aesthetics and progress and we can’t help but wonder, where is the future? It’s better to look in the past and particularly to this whole Cut The Ribbon who was John Delorean. Born in 1925, he was an engineer known for developing the Pontiac GTO muscle car, the Pontiac Firebird, Pontiac Grand Prix, Chevrolet Vega, and the famous DeLorean Dmc-12. And here is the ribbon. That futuristic car famous for it’s  gull-wing doors with a fiberglass “under-body”, to which non-structural brushed stainless steel panels where affixed, the car that became iconic in the Back to the Future film trilogy Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro the Dmc-12 was a success and three cars were plated in 24-karat gold and sold in minutes. John Delorean was arrested in 1982 for drug trafficking in an attempt to raise funds for his struggling company, which declared bankruptcy that same year. He successfully defended himself against the drug trafficking charges, showing that his alleged involvement was a result of entrapment by federal agents. The story of DeLorean Motors ended with just one model produced but the Dmc-12, and the futuristic vision of its creator, remains intact.

If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits eighty-eight miles per hour, you’re going to see some serious shit.” Doc Brown, Back To The Future

 

 

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, VITTORIO CICCARELLI

Posted on October 31, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Harlow is proud to announce brand new Hold It With Regard. His name is  Vittorio Ciccarelli, he  was born in Naples in 1980, he lives and works  in Aversa, Caserta. Vittorio is an architect with a great passion for art and loves to conducts experimental researches in the photography field. Started as an auto didactic, Ciccarelli has attended several workshop to professionalize his job and passion. Harlow just adores him: his sincere and sexy approach, his bold and secure eye. His use of colors, his simplicity, his over the top irony. Hype realist in some moments, new Dadaist in others, Vittorio never miss his intent of celebrating beauty while deconstructing. Everything is in discussion, even the most unexpected object. Vittorio Ciccarelli is represented by Sakura Art Gallery, Paris.

http://www.galerie-sakura.com

GUILLERMO MARTìN BERMEJO

Posted on October 25, 2013 by admin

Third Hold It With Regard by Guillermo Martìn Bermejo.

“Ganache y Frantz de Galais”, 2013

Pencil on old notebook paper

21 x 26 cm

www.guillermomartinbermejo.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, GUILLERMO MARTìN BERMEJO

Posted on October 18, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Second HWR by Guillermo Martìn Bermejo.

“Acteón muerto”, 2013. 

Pencil on old notebook paper

13 x 21 cm

www.guillermomartinbermejo.com

 

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, GUILLERMO MARTIN

Posted on October 11, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Hold it With Regard is proud to present some works by Spanish artist Guillermo Martìn (Madrid, 1971). Beauty, romanticism, fragility, irony and a touch of fairy tale: Guillermo’s imaginary world will be published here on The Harlow for four weeks four. Every Friday.

“My drawings are inhabited by these strange beings. Their melancholy comes from a state of lethargy. They are hidden in the forest. They know that is not their time but in any hint of change they will have to put forward their thoughts, their ideas. Then they will be asked to fill the big empty that millions of “nothing” will leave. In these galleries of portraits sometimes recognizable figures appear, writers or artists who have been constructing the secret map of my route and they look coldly at us as if we had betrayed them. Other drawings are like scenarios of a distant operetta. The ones that dance around a story are only masks that emerge from my imagination. But, in any case, all without exception, they escape from the rules of cliché. They are poor dandies who seek, in another reality, what they have been denied in this reality. Intransigent, annoying, beautiful losers, junkies, lovers of the shadows. All of them turn into blue, black, red and ocher. And on paper, as fragile as they are, is where they meet each other at strange gatherings, silent covens where we must go in stealthily… not to bother and not being swallowed. Or we can also proclaim our total love for them and get drunk until the end of all mornings.”

Photo above: La Caída, 2013. Pencil on old notebook paper 13×21 cm

Guillermo’s website:  www.guillermomartinbermejo.com

Galerie Karin Sutter, Basel: http://www.galeriekarinsutter.ch/

 

PAUL BATT

Posted on October 4, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Untitled #11  2012 (from the series‘Demarcations’)  Archival Digital Print 90 x 130 cm.  

www.paulbatt.com

PAUL BATT

Posted on September 27, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Untitled #9  2012 (from the series ‘Demarcations’)  Archival Digital Print 90 x 130 cm. 

www.paulbatt.com

PAUL BATT

Posted on September 20, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Untitled #15  2012 (from the series ‘A Single Line’)  Archival Digital Print 90 x 130 cm.  

www.paulbatt.com

PAUL BATT

Posted on September 13, 2013 by Editorial Staff

For the next four weeks, The Harlow is pleased to host the photography of Paul Batt. Paul is a Melbourne based artist who explores human presence in the urban environment, often through what is left in its absence. Documenting people, objects and the sites of human habitation, his work looks at the individual’s role within the landscape. Batt indirectly portrays the individuals and groups that have occupied a space by the objects and marks they have left behind. Investigating the inhabitant’s interaction with each other and the environment, Batt’s work and draws on the similarities and differences between the people interacting with the area and the evidence left in the sites themselves. Paul Batt is a graduate of both the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) photography departments
and is currently a PhD candidate in Fine Art (Photography) at Monash University, where he has also worked as a Sessional Photography Lecturer.

Above picture, Untitled #31  2012 (from the series ‘China’)  Archival Digital Print 90 x 130 cm.  

www.paulbatt.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, CHRISTOPHER STRIBLEY

Posted on August 23, 2013 by Editorial Staff

In next coming weeks,  our new artist to be held with regard is Christopher Stribley. Artist, photographer, and writer, his works are a personal review of and response to things he encounters in every day life, as well as a reflection of his influences and the things that matter to him. From the benign to the confrontational, he approaches his subjects with a variety of media, in hopes of conveying as much colour, depth, and texture as possible. He often incorporates found objects and materials, sometimes as a visual pun and sometimes to highlight the underlying message of a piece. Whatever the outcome, he hopes to engage the viewer and leave them with something to think about and enjoy.

http://mrcircles.wix.com/christopherstribley

Photo: Six Digit Income courtesy C.Stribley.

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KRISTINA G FENDER

Posted on July 19, 2013 by admin

Last week’s Hold It With Regard with Kristina G Fender. Thank you to the artist for sharing with us her beautiful images.

kristinafender.com

 

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KRISTINA G FENDER

Posted on July 12, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Today we are publishing Kristina G Fender’s third work. Enjoy it!

kristinafender dot com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KRISTINA G FENDER

Posted on June 28, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Kristina G Fender studied photography and video technique at  Bellas Artes of Barcelona. She worked in advertising for a while but then she realized it was not for her. So she packed a bag and took the first flight to New York where she became assistant to David Lachapelle and Patrick Damachelier between others. She also worked as digital assistant for artists like Elena Del Rivero and Diane Bell. Now Kristina is a freelancer and she likes to work with babies and motors. Yes, these are her specialties. Quite different one from another, but this his her world. For “Hold it with regard” we have chosen to publish some motor themed shootings. Since Kristina is everywhere a competition or motor gathering is, the amount of work she did is impressing. Enjoy the world of talented Kristina G Fender and wrooooooooooom!

http://www.kristinafender.com/


HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KARL DMITRI BISHOP

Posted on June 14, 2013 by Editorial Staff

Fourth work by  Karl Dmitri Bishop . Born and lives in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Title: “Daughter Of Darkness”

 

http://karldmitribishop.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KARL DMITRI BISHOP

Posted on June 7, 2013 by admin

Third work by  Karl Dmitri Bishop . Born and lives in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

http://karldmitribishop.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KARL DMITRI BISHOP

Posted on May 31, 2013 by admin

Second work by  Karl Dmitri Bishop . Born and lives in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

http://karldmitribishop.com

HOLD IT WITH REGARD, KARL DMITRI BISHOP

Posted on May 24, 2013 by admin

Photographer Karl Dmitri Bishop was born and lives in Cambridge, United Kingdom. His shots are highly constructed and processed, with each feeling more akin to a painting; the elaborate veils that shroud each subject lend them their intangible quality of otherworldliness.

How did you get started?

I’ve always been a hoarder of still images. From a young age I would collect magazine cut-outs, postcards, album covers, anything that was pleasing to my eye. It all started in a far away mystic land, with a reflection in water on top of a misty mountain, actually!

Which is your favorite master of photography?

William Mumler, I adore the spiritualist photography movement in the 1860’s which influenced other great photographers such as Man Ray and Francesca Woodman.

You have a white gallery wall for yourself, what would you display?

Something dreamy or unfamiliar. It’s all about the facts these days, there’s no mystery or magic left any more. Why not let your imagination run wild? I like darker theme’s, it’s yet to be explored.

http://karldmitribishop.com

SIMONE STANISLAI

Posted on May 17, 2013 by admin

Simone Stanislai Photography, courtesy of the artist.

 

SIMONE STANISLAI

Posted on May 10, 2013 by admin

Image courtesy of Simone Stanislai Photography.

http://simonestanislai.tumblr.com

 

SIMONE STANISLAI

Posted on May 3, 2013 by admin

Another photo by young photographer Simone Stanislai.

http://simonestanislai.tumblr.com

 

SIMONE STANISLAI

Posted on April 26, 2013 by admin

For the next four weeks, The Harlow will host Simone Stanislai’s photography. When asked a few lines of bio, Simone answered: 

I was born in Volterra in 1982. I’ve tried to become an archaeologist but I got lost. One day I decided to transform photography in a profession, keeping all the spontaneity and the emotive approach of when it was just a passion. Now I “dig” into reality with my Nikon camera, searching for fragments and little stories with a sense and a essence. And I feel better.

Top image title:  “Miriam courtesy of the artist.

http://simonestanislai.tumblr.com

 

 

SUSANNA POZZOLI

Posted on April 19, 2013 by admin

Title: Passato Prossimo#24, 2010

From the multimedia project Passato Prossimo presented at Fondazione Credito Valtellinese in Sondrio in 2011. Courtesy of the artist, Montrasio Arte, Monza and Milan and Fondazione Credito Valtellinese, Sondrio.

www.susannapozzoli.com

SUSANNA POZZOLI

Posted on April 12, 2013 by admin

Passato Prossimo#7, 2011

From the multimedia project Passato Prossimo presented at Fondazione Credito Valtellinese in Sondrio in 2011. Courtesy of the artist, Montrasio Arte, Monza and Milan and Fondazione Credito Valtellinese, Sondrio.

http://www.susannapozzoli.com

 

 

 

SUSANNA POZZOLI

Posted on April 5, 2013 by admin

On the Block#22, 2007. From the series On the Block. Harlem private View developed during my residency at Harlem Studio Fellowship by Montrasio Arte (2007-2009).

Courtesy of the artist and Montrasio Arte, Monza and Milan.

www.susannapozzoli.com

SUSANNA POZZOLI

Posted on March 29, 2013 by admin

Italian, after studying in Paris, she takes part to several artist-in-residency: from 2007 to 2010 she lives in New York, initially invited by HSF by MA, and here she realizes On the Block. Harlem Private View. The project meets great interest and is published in 2010. Between 2010 and 2011 it is exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Milan, Lissone and Barcelona. To join Mongin Art Space she leaves for Seoul, where she focuses on the interesting environment of Korean Master Craftsman. In 2011, with the support of Fondazione Credito Valtellinese, she presents and publishes a research on her family history, called Passato Prossimo, a multimedia project. Her work was included in the exhibition Thanks to Luigi Ghirri & Italia Emerging Photography at Espace Photographique de l’hôtel de Sauroy in Paris within the Mois de la Photo 2012. The same year she is one of the winners of the Shanghai Prize and she lives, works and exposes in China. She joins Nature Humaine residency 2012-2013: the result is published by Filigranes Editions and Nature Humaine in May 2013. Her work has been exposed in many solo and group exhibitions and published in several catalogues.

In her statement she has declared:

I’m a photographer with a preference for square format (2¼x2¼ inches colour film), for long I concentrated on interiors characterized by strong stories happening there. I perceived my photos as portraits without people: the human presence remained and the trace of it was the main focus of my research. I then started to work in panoramic medium format, keeping colour film as my technical choice and including portraits. I added sound and video works to create multimedia installations. Within different situations, in my series things are just about to disappear. Changes just happened or will happen soon. The heritage from the past is central. Banal gestures, everyday sounds and scenes, one family history…. small stories to evoke deep feelings. Time and understanding are essential to accomplish my work that is usually the result of a longlasting project. Over the past few years, audio and video work took an important role in my practice while book making and installations became the goals of all process.

The Harlow is proud to feature Susanna Pozzoli’s photography for the next 4 weeks. The top image (titled Handmade) is from the series Handmade – Korean Way made during my residency at Mongin Art Space, Seoul, South Korea, 201o. Courtesy of the artist and Mongin Art Space, Seoul

 

www.susannapozzoli.com

SLAVA MOGUTIN

Posted on March 22, 2013 by admin

From the serie Suddenly Last Summer –Handstand (Brian), Phoenicia, New York, 2010

Courtesy of the Artist.

www.slavamogutin.com

http://slavamogutin.tumblr.com/

 

SLAVA MOGUTIN

Posted on March 15, 2013 by admin

From the series No Love, Ryan – Knitting, Providence 2002.

Courtesy of the artist

www.slavamogutin.com

http://slavamogutin.tumblr.com

 

SLAVA MOGUTIN

Posted on March 8, 2013 by admin

From the serie Self-Portraits, Behind the Curtain, Berlin 2003

Courtesy of the artist.

http://slavamogutin.tumblr.com

http://slavamogutin.com

 

SLAVA MOGUTIN

Posted on March 1, 2013 by admin

Among all the images we surf daily here at The Harlow, those of Slava Mogutin have a special place in our heart. This  fascinating artist, born in Russia but New York-based is both photographer, video maker , sculptor and painter. To us, his photography is just sublime. His insolent shots appear hot, shocking, prodigious, contagious, pervert, against rules. Since 2004 he is co-founder of SUPERM, a multimedia art team. The Harlow is proud to host for four weeks the images of this incredible man and invites all our readers to discover his art.

Top image, Limber (Marko), New York City, 2010 from the serie Suddenly Last Summer

http://slavamogutin.com

http://slavamogutin.tumblr.com

 

JESSICA TREMP

Posted on February 22, 2013 by admin

From the series ‘But a fleeting touch’, courtesy of Jessica Tremp.

www.jessicatremp.com

 

JESSICA TREMP

Posted on February 15, 2013 by admin

From the series Firewood. Courtesy of talented Jessica Tremp.

www.jessicatremp.com