From March to April 2023 Swiss artist Olivia Gnani is an artist-in-residence at Studio 88. Olivia is a Zurich-based artist who loves all things art and illustration.Read more
Category: Artists in Residence
From February to March 2023 UK-based photographer Jacob Black is an artist-in-residence at Studio 88. He is participating in Studio 88’s special AiR We Breathe programme as part of the Art for Air Festival. Jacob is a photographer, digital operator and darkroom technician who lives and works in London.Read more
From December 2022 to January 2023 American artist Ruth Cohen is an artist-in-residence at Studio 88. Ruth is a self-taught mixed media artist who has been creating art since 1992. Her creativity is impacted by visiting other countries and cultures and includes travels to Europe and regular stays in Bangkok, Thailand.Read more
Catch our visiting artists during Chiang Mai Design Week 2022
Studio 88 is partnering with visiting artists Elisabeth Viguie Culshaw and Pornpimon (Mew) Mingmitmee to organise a side event with Walking Artisan during Chiang Mai Design Week 2022.
The project is a collaboration between Elisabeth, a textile artist based in Glasgow (Scotland), and Mew, a natural colour maker from Thailand. They will present the Nature Colour exhibition at Walking Artisan Souvenir Shop, 3–31 December 2022, as well as two workshops: a Floral Art Therapy workshop with Mew and a True Colour of the Cotinus sharing session and workshop with Elisabeth.Read more
Nina Malotta and Samuel Hof
Preema Nazia Andaleeb
In April and May 2022 Bangladesh artist Preema Nazia Andaleeb is an artist-in-residence at Studio 88. She is a prolific and provocative multidisciplinary visual artist and is also an entrepreneur and activist. Her tactile imagery, contrasting approach to create visual tension is an instinctive, intuitive and powerful weapon to challenge stereo typical thinking.Read more
In August 2019 Japanese born artist Rui Matsunaga was an artist in residence at Studio 88. Working between Japan and London, Rui graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts in 2002 and creates art inspired by myth, folklore and popular culture. Here she talks about her creative practice and the philosophy that drives her work.