05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

Thanks for reading
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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

Thanks for reading
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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

Thanks for reading
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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
05/01/2022
Artist Spotlight
Sioned Bryant
Artists to Watch in 2022
We present some of the most exciting artists to keep your eye on over the coming year

The pandemic may have put a dampener on visiting museums and art galleries, but it certainly didn’t put a dampener on talent. Despite an initial slumber at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, the art world has reawakened stronger than ever before. According to art market research and analysis firm ArtTactic, young contemporary art by emerging artists experienced the strongest growth in 2021 with an estimate of a 201% increase in auction sales. There has been no shortage to the talent and innovation of emerging artists and there are many to look out for this year. Let’s take a look at our top choices here at gowithYamo.

Haley Josephs

Haley Josephs is a painter based in America. She draws inspiration from philosophies of transformation, mortality and femininity. Her works tend to depict solitary female figures that contrast against stark fantastical and grotesque backgrounds. The vibrant colours of her paintings are whimsical and yet create a powerful feeling of foreboding. A balance between power and vulnerability pervades Josephs’ paintings creating a seductive tension of dread and attraction towards her work. With a signature psychedelic twist on the female experience, Josephs’ large-scale paintings are a force to be reckoned with.

A Depiction (Transition, Death, Rebirth), Hayley Josephs, 2020

Haley Josephs can be found on Instagram at @haley.josephs

Qualeasha Wood

Qualeasha Wood started off her career as a video-game designer before taking the art world by storm with her textile works exhibited on Tumblr. Technology and the amalgamation of the human condition with our digital presence is a topic where Wood dominates. Her works present as digital avatars that explore the themes of internet culture, queerness, femininity, and blackness via Black femme icons. Her works are powerful yet witty, authoritative yet whimsical. 2022 holds many an opportunity to see Qualeasha’s fantastic works in person.

“Foreva by Cardi B”, Qualeasha Wood, 2021

Qualeasha Wood can be found on Instagram at @qualeasha

George Henry Longly

George Henry Longly is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005. Longly has exhibited in the UK, France and Austria. His work is multifaceted and brings together many practices spanning sculpture, furniture, and video. Longly has made an impression in the art world with his continued and dedicated exploration of transformation and immortality. His work is daring in both subject and location, choosing to locate his work in the hostile extremes of the seabed and space stations. Due to Longly’s keenness for collaborative practice his works are permeated with a global understanding of our cultural, social and political climate.

take it it’s yours, George Henry Longly, 2015

George Henry Longly can be found on Instagram at @ghl_pls

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