Francesca Gavin is a prolific arts writer and curator. Based between Berlin and London as Visual Arts Editor of Dazed & Confused and Art Editor of Twin, Gavin is also the curator of the Soho House art collection. Internationally recognised, she possesses a global outlook, having put together permanent displays of art previously in Berlin, Miami, New York, New York and London. She has also written five books including “The Book of Hearts”, “100 New Artists” and “Hell Bound: New Gothic Art”.
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German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
The frames are magnetic so they are super easy to use - you can switch out your prints in a matter of minutes.
- 6 millimeter aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
- Magnetic open / close
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About Stef Heidhues
Stef disputes the status quo
“My approach is not a constructive one, but rather a responsive one. I react to the world around me.”
Asking questions is central to the creative process of artist Stef Heidhues. For this Washington-born artist, questions about assumptions, expectations and truths about society are a well of ideas and dialogue. In particular, she is interested in urban society: its appearance, its flaws and disturbances, and its margins and voids. Wastelands, construction sites and garbage dumps, as well as physical, political or social boundaries all serve as starting points for Heidhues’ research. Heidhues’ submission for Absolut Art revolves around the collaging process. The process allows her to react to an image or the layout of a page instead of creating something from scratch. By using a scalpel, spray paint, and digital editing software, the work is manipulated with both analogue and digital techniques.