Broekenhuizen's work includes paintings depicting flamboyant warrior like portraits that evoke the beauty and colour associated with many African tribes. And although they would fit aptly in the rich environment of their origin, they also reflect an element of graffiti in their bold unapologetic presence.
PiECE are proud to be showcasing contemporary works by seven of our current Artists amongst the selected range of national and international galleries on display at London's Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, 20th -23rd October 2016.
Venice, arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world, that in reality both charms and delights beyond all knowing references or perceived expectations, and an international art forum showcasing one of the widest arrays of non permanent works in a singular exhibition anywhere around the world, what's not to love about this magical event.
The Venice Biannale is one of the most coveted global arts events, comprising of 80 countries and 70 national pavilions housing contemporary artists both past and present. Embracing the entire city of Venice the show comprises of exhibits in varying locations spanning the length and breadth of the city, it encourages you to embark on a enlightening magical mystery tour through palaces and gardens, on a treasure hunt of art and culture.
PiECE is dedicated to bringing new and exciting artists to the fore.
Here is a taster of one such artist who's prints have already caught the eye of a few celebrities. His work is bold, incredibly beautiful and will bring a taste of summer to any interior 365 days of the year.
Anna Kime makes abstract pieces that have the characteristics of common objects such as wheels, plates, collars or rings.
Responding to the materials and processes Kime creates fluid forms that retain movement and suggest tension through balance.
Kime's work has often derived from the notions of everyday activity such as the routines of walking or commuting. The way we rely on the possessions we carry and the way we follow habitual routes.
PiECE has been given an introduction into her working process.