D’Stassi Art has just rebranded and has stuck to their commitment to making contemporary art more inclusive, energetic and dynamic.
D’Stassi Art’s main goal is to be as open and transparent as possible with a clear purpose to diversify contemporary art audiences. In its reluctance to simply follow the traditional gallery formula, D’Stassi Art is quickly becoming a key player in a world where art doesn’t have to be experienced in an elitist, sterile and often silent white-walled room. The gallery and its staff act as storytellers: primarily introducing clients to the story of some of the world’s most gifted artists.
“The D’Stassi Art Spotlight series is an opportunity for us to shine a light on artists that we believe are creating unique, exciting and dynamic work. We commission exclusive pieces which are then sold through our digital store, allowing new buyers to become part of each artist’s journey. We try to price the works so that the collections are inclusive and accessible, targeting new art lovers and seasoned collectors alike. There is no fixed method by which we choose Spotlight artists – what unifies them is their creative spark and singular vision. We seek out artists whose styles are personal, tending towards the most honest and expressive pieces that we can find.” – Ed Sanders D'Stassi Art co-founder
The next spotlight artist is Bonnie and Clyde, a contemporary artist who uses mixed media original collages around scenes of the urban imaginary.
Bonnie and Clyde is a contemporary British artist, whose mixed media collage and print-work centres around scenes of the urban imagery. Crossing medium and type, Bonnie and Clyde’s work takes the form of limited edition screen-prints, mixed media originals on paper, wood and canvas as well as 3D pieces. Employing a blend of photography, collage and paint, the emotive art of Bonnie and Clyde explores the psychogeography of the metropolis, immersing the viewer in beautiful and bizarre cityscapes. Bonnie & Clyde will be available to shop from 16th September at D’Stassi website