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The New, The News and The Alpha


Paintings from the Lower East Side

Super excited for the opening of Aleqth's solo show next week. Alex Headlam, known artistically as Aleqth, embarked on his creative journey from a very young age, initially experimenting with play-doh to craft cars and other sculptures before transitioning to paper where he explored automotive and vampiric themes. His artistic development took a significant turn at 15, a period during which he began sharing his work online, marking a pivotal moment in his engagement with both art and its community.


Longform: Scars by Crow

Centered on themes of loss and renewal, Scars is one of the artist's more personal and introspective body of works. Fueled by life's cyclicity, Scars is a brutally honest undertaking, whereby loss makes way for hope, with the tacit understanding that while human nature's bias is for renewal and optimism, the artist does not discount nor dismiss grief. There is no sacrificing pain at the altar of a rosy-eyed future in Scars. Our humanity is dealt with fair and square with profound intellectual and emotional honesty. Through Scars, we get the artist at his most truthful. No shortcuts.


Narratiff: On the Outside Looking in by Naty

Photographing windows is a solitary yet deeply fulfilling experience, as the artists becomes part of the rhythm of the night, seeking to freeze its fleeting moments.

‘On the Outside Looking In’ is a collection of 2 single 1/1s (Glimpses of a
Morning, Silent Echoes) and 1 edition of 10 (Midnight Solitude). Starting this
intimate project with my strongest pieces felt just right.
Collectors who acquire 1/1s or multiple pieces receive a fine art print and an
exclusive physical zine,


AI Emerging Voices (2nd Edition)

Continuing on promoting emerging artists in the AI space, we've just finalized the winners of the second open call in collaboration with The Hug. The second installment of this special series will go live on Wednesday May 1st and will be titled Genesis Re-imagined: Crafting a New World with AI. Like the previous edition, even this one will feature works from 10 artists and will drop on Foundation in the gallery's World. Looking forward to sharing more details about this drop in the next few days. You can now view the drop on Foundation

Peter Nitsch's Sumo Series

The black and white SUMO study by Peter Nitsch explores diversity, humanity, and the impermanence of life through the intersection of photography, design, art and neural interpretation.

The SUMO series invites us to immerse ourselves in a world of imagination and possibility.

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