PM ARTIST: INA DAMIANOVA
Ina Damianova is an artist and designer in Bulgaria. She works in the fields of visual art, interior and product design. In her work she uses different medias to obtain highly individual result.
PM ARTIST: RICHARD BROCKEN
"I re-discovered photography when my children came into my life. My daughter Eva became my muse, behind every image is a story to tell. Composition is key throughout my work as light is captured in the subtlest way to complete the picture. My work is simple-no time for needless details." - Richard Brocken.
PM ARTIST: BEATA PODWYSOCKA
The artist explores the surrounding world in search of evocative scraps and patches of ordinary objects and phenomena. The way she perceives and records the reality can be compared to sewing an intricate quilt since she uses her camera in order to cut out single pieces of fabric-like shapes, surfaces, textures, patterns and colours.
JULY 11-24: GALWAY INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Galway International Arts Festival is the Festival of extraordinary experiences, a creative collision of performance, music, visual art, theatre and spectacle. Whether turning a small Irish city on its head for two weeks, taking work on an international tour, or being a forceful year-round presence, every experience of the Galway International Arts Festival is an unforgettable encounter.
JUNE 9-OCT 16: LIVERPOOL BIENNIAL
Liverpool Biennial 2016 unfolds through the landscape of the city. It is organized as a story narrated in several episodes: fictional worlds sited in galleries, public spaces, unused buildings and online, which draw from Liverpool’s past, present and future.
JUNE 23-26 : PORTLAND BIENNIAL
Established in 2010, the Portland Biennial is a major survey of Oregon artists who are defining and advancing the state’s contemporary arts landscape. Building upon the success of its predecessors, the Portland 2016 Biennial is a two-month celebration of the here and now that showcases 34 artists at 25 partner venues in 13 communities across the state – the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Oregon art ever.