17.11.07 'Paper-thin worlds', Flavorpill
12.12.13Motala & Vadstena Tidning Magazine features Helga Steppan October 2013
07.12.13Martin Jenner from 'A KIck Up The Arts' comments on Iain Andrews' first London solo exhibition, 'Il Teatro dei Leviatano'.
07.12.13Winsor & Newton comment on Iain Andrews 'Interpreting Old Masters with Acrylics'
07.12.13Fetish Form review Wieland Payer's solo exhibition at Man&Eve
After the commercial success of artists such as Rob Ryan and Richard Sweeney, paper continues to be the medium du jour. In this age of recycling and reuse, paper artworks serve to highlight the material’s durability while discouraging a throwaway culture. This exhibition unites the work of three young Royal College of Art graduates who explore paper’s versatility. London-based Sarah Bridgland creates miniscule, 3-D collages from colourful scraps that appear to explode from the barrels of model soldiers’ guns, while Sam Messenger’s monochromatic, pen-and-ink reproductions are equally intricate. Finally, Larissa Nowicki weaves narrow strips of printed paper to form strangely beautiful, rug-like pieces.