In 2014, Alfie Bowen turned to wild-life photography in order to cope with bullying and feelings of alienation. By developing a personal style and sharpening his eye, Bowen's work quickly exceeded its initial purpose as a way to battle mental illness. His well-received work aims to cultivate love and a sense of responsibility for nature. Additionaly, his images help fund conservation efforts across the globe. Follow Bowen on Instagram. View additional works on his website.
In the middle of London’s kings’ cross lies Britannia street based Gagaosian gallery only minutes’ walk from the world-famous Central Saint Martin’s so the art aura is thick as fog in the London air. Sterling Ruby produced his first dedicated show in London ever although he has works shown at the Victoria and Albert museum from back when Raf Simons used some of his spray paint pieces in his dresses.
Words by @ligerprince