What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
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What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
Zoom Info
What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
Zoom Info
What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
Zoom Info
What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
Zoom Info
What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
Zoom Info
What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.
Zoom Info

What was the best advice given to you as an artist?
Remain free in your work, and be wary of modes, as only the work matters. I also love this quote by Francis Bacon: ”You know, for me the paint–and the older I get, the more it really was an accident. I see it, but I almost never happens that I had expected. They transform itself. in fact, I rarely know what will be the canvas and many things happen by accident, because it becomes a process to know which element of the accident I will choose to preserve.”

Come with us inside the studio of Francesco Garieri.

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."
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Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."
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Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."
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Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."
Zoom Info
Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army. 

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."
Zoom Info

Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army.

"I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."

“One might not think of light as a matter of fact, but I do. And it is, as I said, as plain and open and direct an art as you will ever find.” –Dan Flavin
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“One might not think of light as a matter of fact, but I do. And it is, as I said, as plain and open and direct an art as you will ever find.” –Dan Flavin
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“One might not think of light as a matter of fact, but I do. And it is, as I said, as plain and open and direct an art as you will ever find.” –Dan Flavin

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.
Zoom Info
What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.
Zoom Info
What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.
Zoom Info
What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.

Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.
Zoom Info

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
I often experiment and work with nature and people, preferably in timeless atmospheres with anonymous identities. I aim to create art that everyone is able to relate to, in one way or another. I enjoy being expressive in my work, while still keeping the symbiosis between man and nature in my work’s scenery.


Discover this week’s artist to watch, Christoffer Relander.

Join us today on Twitter for Ask a Curator Day with Chief Curator and Director, Art Advisory Rebecca Wilson.

Rebecca will answer your questions about discovering art online, working with an art advisor and advice for emerging artists during this live Twitter Q&A.

Tweet your questions to @saatchiart on September 18 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. PDT using the hashtag #AskaCurator. Feel free to send your questions in advance. 

Talk to you soon!

Join us today on Twitter for Ask a Curator Day with Chief Curator and Director, Art Advisory Rebecca Wilson.

Rebecca will answer your questions about discovering art online, working with an art advisor and advice for emerging artists during this live Twitter Q&A.

Tweet your questions to @saatchiart on September 18 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. PDT using the hashtag #AskaCurator. Feel free to send your questions in advance.

Talk to you soon!