Month: November 2016


Alex Farrar

Alex Farrar’s practice is based on the artistic use of the exhibition form, with a focus on solo-projects in a range of contexts. Through considered groupings of individual works, Farrar encourages lyrical narratives to emerge, creating spaces to consider the intimate, feelingful ways in which we embody social, political, environmental and economic realities. Alex explores […]


La cigarette n’a pas le même goût au soleil

Dürst Britt & Mayhew is delighted to present French artist Alexandre Lavet ‘s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Alexandre Lavet’s work plays with the idea of emptiness, disappearance and erasure. Under the apparent homogeneity of exhibition spaces lie the details that mark the uniqueness and specificity of each place. It is these elements that Lavet […]


Wieske Wester

The strength that lies in simple and everyday objects is often the starting point for Wieske Wester’s work. These are images without masks that appeal by their lack of visual violence and spectacle, but are nevertheless characterized by a certain degree of ambiguity. Wester’s paintings and drawings depict the human desire for identity, yet are […]