Dalek, aka James Marshall, is one of the most
exciting artists from the burgeoning Brooklyn art
scene. While he has received a BFA of the Art
Institute of Chicago, he is especially inspired by
street art, graffiti, and televisual culture. His work
has been exhibitioned in London's Apart Gallery,
in New York, and in the Museum of Contempo-
rary Art in Washington. Furthermore, he worked
with Takashi Murakami.
His biography begins with words: quot;Jon Burger-
man draws, paints, clicks and sleepsquot;. In this
way his best years are passing: in drawing,
working with computer and sleeping.
Jon Burgerman was born in 1979. At this time he
lives in Nottingham, Great Britain. Jon is famous
by his unforgettable style: bright, clever, some-
times not accurate and full of strange things.
Working with many various items including paint-
ing, stamps on the t-shirts, computer animation
Jon created and grew up a big society of strange
things and fanny characters living in the magic
world of his images.
In keeping with his long foray into History and
contemporary art histories quot;bouncy, full of hills
and ponds ready to capture informationquot;,
P.Nicolas Ledoux provides us with drawings,
composite images, photographs, invitations,
slogans, and apparitions. He centers his work
around questions whose answers brownbeat
both their author and those they are directed to:
quot;is it still possible to produce pictures, to give
them life and enough weight to take on the