Alexandra Haley-Chattaway is a UK-based artist. In her painting practice she uses a combination of corrosive chemicals to evoke erosion as a non-traditional technique. Here she is at Parallax Art Fair. To find out more, visit www.alexxhaley.weebly.com
Daisy Dickinson is a London-based director and visual artist whose work involves experimental short film, music video, projected installation and live performance. This photograph was taken on a train in Osaka by Julia Laird whilst she and Dickinson were shooting their short film Soramimi. Visit www.daisydickinson.co.uk
Carolina Tafalla creates compositions, installations and situations that reconsider our environment and play with predetermined ideas and rethink social behaviour. Here is she is at work - see more at www.carolinatafalla.com
Jacqueline Macleod New Zealand Artist
Macleod’s new exploration in Painting is concerned with the ever-changing social status of Women+Power and what this means. As a 5th Generation New Zealander, Macleod states “My work has been heavily influenced by strong women in my family.
Galleri Alaoui – Det finns alltid nya upptäckter att göra
Anna-Kajsa Alaoui is seen here in her gallery in Sweden. Her paintings are deeply influenced by the movement of nature and the shifting landscape. To find out more, visit www.annakajsa.se