Will Robson-Scott is a London-based photographer and film maker who documents life in subcultures and on the fringes of society. After discovering his passion for photography accidentally, Robson-Scott’s talent is something we should talk about.
This creative 22-year-old is someone you should be keeping a close eye on in 2017. Pioneering the rebirth of punk from his Catford studio through his uniquely customised clothing, we believe him when he says ‘2017 is the year I boss up’.
A man we’ve all heard of, but nonetheless worth talking about. His latest show at the Tate Britain is a moving and outstanding display of his work, which defines him as one of the greatest artists of the 20st century.
At the tender age of 18, David Uzochukwu is storming onto the photography scene, with a global campaign already under his belt. His thoughtful and captivating images simply can’t be ignored.
Young London film-maker, Stroma Cairns is an artist you need to know. Having created her own evocative visuals, she has also directed music videos for Liv Dawson and GIRLI, displaying a dynamic artistic ability that can’t go un-missed.
Fine-art photographer Wolfgang Tillmans’ diverse work is influenced by observations of his surroundings. Pushing the boundaries of contemporary visual art, his abstract works dissolve the boundaries between art and photography.
Jack G. Marshall is an artist working with a variety of methods, from illustration to photography. Displaying his work in a recent group show entitled, Drawing a Blank, his pieces invoke a discussion with a more surreal reaction to our environment.