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MADE x MEP STUDIO

Here at MADE, we’re all about championing emerging creatives. So French gallery MEP was a natural partner for us – their innovative STUDIO program gives a platform to up-and-coming photographers, showcasing the very best in new talent. Our collection features six artists, each with their own distinctive style. Ready for a viewing? Warning: may contain flashes (of inspiration).

MADE x MEP STUDIO

Here at MADE, we’re all about championing emerging creatives. So French gallery MEP was a natural partner for us – their innovative STUDIO program gives a platform to up-and-coming photographers, showcasing the very best in new talent. Our collection features six artists, each with their own distinctive style. Ready for a viewing? Warning: may contain flashes (of inspiration).

Julia et Vincent

Paris-based duo Julia et Vincent began their partnership in 2014. Together they harness vibrant colours to highlight the sensuality of everyday situations. Their approach to this collection? “We picked images that will add a surrealist touch to everyone’s interiors.”

Clothilde Matta

Clothilde Matta is an award-winning artist of many mediums, using photography, video, text and voice to create her poetic, detailed pieces. This collection is a series of haunting architectural shots that play with light and line. If monochrome is your thing, these are for you.

Visser & Van Leeuwen

This creative duo from Amsterdam started their journey together in 2019. Inspired by photos from their travels, they employ old-school techniques like printing, cutting and layering to create imaginary worlds infused with bold colour and a sense of nostalgia. Holiday anyone?

Karla Hiraldo Voleau

Karla Hiraldo Voleau is a French-Dominican artist based in Switzerland. Her work explores themes of love, vulnerability and identity, with a particular focus on gender roles. Karla is interested in photography and performance, explaining: “I often mix those two genres in order to tell intimate stories that could happen to me or total strangers.”