EXPOSE

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WITH LOVE FROM NEW YORK: SHA RIBEIRO

With a hustle to photograph beauty at its simplest, Milan-based photographer Sha Ribeiro reflects the relation between sub-culture and music through a vague perspective. Particularly popular for an inextinguishable passion for portraits, the artist fascinates his audience with a raw point of view although that is barely a mere coincidence. It was through graffiti that Ribeiro was […]

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INTERVIEW: CHAROTTE CARON

Looking at the works of French artist Charlotte Caron, no one could guess that established technique could come out of a young talent who’s just recently graduated. Her works are categorized in four; landscapes, portraits, vanities and anatomy; with the “Portraits” series being the one that strikes more attention nowadays with a combination of the photography […]

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(RE)CONSTRUCTING MAGAZINE COVERS WITH AURELIEN JUNER

Young talents who boldly choose to try new materials instead of following paths that others have already laid before them should be appreciated. And when you have something that goes beyond a mere, experimental art school project, then it means that the artist deserves some close attention and a review of his works, over and […]

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DAVIDE BALLIANO’S DOG BITE

Reviving images from the Early Renaissance, Italian artist Davide Balliano creates a set of work that tell a different story; a shock to the system, a break of trust leaving its mark like a dog bite. The underlying current is a wound that stays long after the damage has been done. The book pages are […]

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INTERVIEW: KATE MCCGWIRE

After viewing the works of London-based artist Kate MccGwire, it is quite possible for one to realize that “all” does not have to have a mere purpose. Although things may seem to appear as contextually one-dimensional or rather random at the very first glance, this does not reflect the actual (and subtly united) case. Perhaps, the […]

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NEW AGE EMBROIDERY BY MAURIZIO ANZERI

You might have noticed this long ago, but photo embroidery has recently been more and more popular. Italian artist Maurizio Anzeri is yet another successful name to follow this path combining colorful yet complex strings and his boundless creativity with vintage photos. As a matter of fact, works by the successful artist feature a whole lot more […]

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GOLDEN GUNS AND TAXIDERMY: PETER GRONQUIST

Hardly anyone would dare to say that Peter Gronquist is a typical contemporary artist. His machine guns and grenade launchers with Dolce&Gabbana and Gucci markings both fascinating and shocking. However, as the heads of deer and oxen with golden arms instead of the horn. I cannot vouch for everyone, but certainly most of those who saw the […]

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CUT OUT COLLAGES BY MERİÇ CANATAN

The emerging Istanbul-based artist Meriç Canatan blends fashion and art in a rather peculiar way through her amazing technique. These works that evoke frames from a sci-fi movie at first sight adopt a whole different -and bold- view on fashion photography creating a strangely mesmerizing vibe. With a futuristic character built up to a certain level, […]

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JOE WEBB’S HANDMADE COLLAGES

Handmade nostalgic collages by London-based Joe Webb have been enjoying the close attention of art lovers recently. This anti-technological attitude is only one of the many factors that make Webb so special. The psychedelic touch on top of pale colors and unexpected choices of space are the common characteristics to what could be deemed utterly simplistic at first […]

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YOUSSEF NABIL: JUST LIKE THE MOVIES

Cairo-based Youssef Nabil is among the most successful representatives of the Middle Eastern contemporary art scene. Nabil has been drawing everyone’s attention lately, notably the collectors. Embracing a unique style through his fusion of East and West since 1992 when he embarked on this career, Nabil draws his inspirations from both the harmonious and the […]

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