Interviews | March 3, 2021

Series 'Six' approaches photography from a meditative angle. With the word reasoning with a personal mantra I was working with during the project. The series stands to provide viewers with an invitation for the spectator to distance themselves from reality and focus on the self and their surrounding environment. Read more


Interviews | March 2, 2021

Hub Design is a New York-based art and design company with a focus on creating new perspectives for the projects; hospitality, corporate, commercial spaces or galleries. Read more


Interviews | March 1, 2021

Lannie Hart is a sculptor, painter and installation artist in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Hart had her rst solo show in 1982 at Julie Artisan’s Gallery, NYC and was published in Art to Wear . She is also in Julie Schaer Dale’s permanent collection. Read more


Interviews | March 1, 2021

Andreas Ender experimented with graphic shapes and colours since 1986, but soon he discovered his love for the anatomy of the human body and took up nude painting in 1990. Read more


Interviews | March 1, 2021

Kaitlin Kraemer (b.1985) grew up in greater Boston, MA, USA. She earned her BA in Anthropology and Studio Fine Arts from Union College and received a graduate certificate in Oil Painting from Tufts University. She also completed a summer semester at The Marchutz School of Fine Arts in Aix-en-Provence, France. Read more

Interview: Margaret Mann

Interviews | March 1, 2021

As a fine art photographer, I am captivated by form and texture which support the themes of my work. Many of my photographs have been taken with film and handled by me in a darkroom with the use of salts to give some hint of colour to black and white images. This has given my African images a sense of the light I found during my travels in Africa. The resulting images convey an understanding of my experience from a feminine perspective: I became very aware of the birth of humanity, the first steps of mankind on the very land I walked upon Read more

Interview: Patrick Corrigan

Interviews | March 1, 2021

Originally from the Rural Midwest, Patrick Corrigan graduated with A Bachelor of Fine Arts from The School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago in 2001. He received his first camera when he was 10 years old and extensively worked in photo labs throughout his career which continues to be an integral part of his photographic process. When not obsessively taking or printing images he can be found exploring the Pacific Coastline and running Airlift, a design company that strives to move art and design forward. He currently lives and works in California. Read more


Interviews | February 28, 2021

kARaT ToKyo is an art collaboration of two artists and their art works established in Tokyo, Japan. Czech illustrator, Andrea Kanishi, graduated art class at Prague’s Gymnasium Na Pražačce, currently living in Tokyo and Japanese photographer Kikuchi Takayuki. Their work urges the topic of current importance of smart distancing while socializing. They participated in exhibition such as UNION (August 2020) for Kyoto Museum of Photography, and won Fine Art - Still Life (2020) IPA - International Photography Award, and People - Steel Photography (2020) IPA - International Photography Award. Read more


Interviews | February 27, 2021

I was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1991. My father is a musician and researcher in Iranian classical music, and my mother is a set and fashion designer. Growing up in an artistic family made my way into art. Read more


Interviews | February 26, 2021

Kathrin Schweizer (1997, Stans, Switzerland) wanted to become a writer even before she could neither read nor write. She experiences the world by writing, painting, performing, listening attentively and, since the beginning of her film studies at the Zurich University of the Arts in autumn 2017, also through the lens of her camera. After graduating from high school, she worked in an artist's studio, where she discovered her love for oil paint and started to travel worldwide. Read more


Interviews | February 24, 2021

My main focus is photography with extreme digital editing processing. This means that I am creating pictures and graphics from architectural, natural and abstract subjects with often surreal components. My favorite themes are front facades of modern buildings or parts of them, which I'm digitally editing and finally changing it into an abstract digital creation. Read more

Interview: Toril Sæterbakken

Interviews | February 23, 2021

My name is Toril Sæterbakken. I was born in 1958 and live in Lillehammer in Norway. From the time I was two / three years old, I have been drawing with great enthusiasm and joy. The joy of making things, using my imagination gives me a lot. Being observant of the environment is important to me. Read more


Interviews | February 22, 2021

When painting begins to paint itself? When I took the brush in my hand, or when I make the first step towards the canvas? There is not a clear beginning, as even life starts long before it is born. Read more


Interviews | February 21, 2021

Christina Mitterhuber (b. 1975) is an Austrian painter (oil paintings, acrylic paintings, mixed media on canvas in various sizes). She studied by herself since childhood and she made the first painting when she was twelve-years-old. Read more


Interviews | February 20, 2021

Through my drawings I seek to express my relation to the world, and the quest for meaning that flows from it. When I draw, I reinvent my relationship with time. I often launch myself into creations that require extreme patience. I then practice a meditative drawing and lose the notion of time, or on the contrary, I regain control of it. It is an alternation of moments where I am fully awake and periods during which I am totally off-centered of myself. Yet, I draw the time that passes by. Read more


Interviews | February 19, 2021

Donglai Meng (b.1994, China) is a visual artist currently based in the Netherlands. Her interest originates from the study of psychoanalysis, which reveals the contradiction and split between human consciousness and subconsciousness, which makes her doubt the authenticity of the images that people present in reality. Read more


Interviews | February 18, 2021

Erwin Blase has more than 30 years of experience as a photographer. After starting out in his own studio for still-life photography, he went on to follow the calling of international advertising agencies in New York, Paris, London and Barcelona for 15 years. Read more


Interviews | February 17, 2021

Fares Micue is a Spanish self-taught fine art/conceptual self-portrait photographer born in Lanzarote (Canary Islands) in 1987. She started photography back in 2009 as a hobby with the hope of getting some nice pictures to share on her profile and without putting much thought into the photography process, but after 6 years into this hobby she realized that photography was the perfect medium to share her thoughts, ideas and perception of the reality with others as well as a great tool to combine her other passion that is writing. Read more


Interviews | February 16, 2021

American Brazilian artist Hugo Auler, Jr. was born in 1961 in Brasilia, Brazil. He was involved with art at an early age since his father, Hugo Auler, was a famous art critic in Brazil with his newspaper column "Atelier". He used to visit different vernissages and art exhibitions. This gave him a lot of inspiration that came to him later in life in the '90s when he was already living in Los Angeles. Read more


Interviews | February 15, 2021

Lawrence Kwakye (1972, Utrecht) painted his first painting when he was thirteen and with it, unknowingly opened the door to his artistic career. The famous writer and illustrator Tomi Ungerer called him an “undeniable talent” at the time and compared him to the main character in Albert Camus’ novel “The Stranger”. As the son of a Ghanaian father and Hungarian mother, raised in the Netherlands, he was constantly exposed to surprises and changes in life and as such automatically developed a ‘contrasting’ view of the world, essential for the magical layering in his later work. Read more


Interviews | February 14, 2021

Majda Zorko is a Slovenian abstract artist who spent two decades living and working in Asia where she gained a BFA in Classical Chinese painting from the Central Academy of Fine Arts, in Beijing, China. During this time, Majda was heavily influenced by Chinese painting and Japanese design. She has been painting professionally for over 30 years and has exhibited internationally in the US, Singapore, Japan, China, Austria, Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia. Read more


Interviews | February 13, 2021

I was born on 30th June in 1973, in Budapest. My road to sculpting was quite irregular, in spite of the fact that I have been studying for this career since my childhood. Until I was 13, I attended the Medgyessy Ferenc sculpting workshop led by the sculptor Gábor Szabó in Pestújhely. In 1990, I acquired a profession in ceramic moulding in the Art Primary School on Illatos Street. With early enrolment approved by the director, I continued my studies in the Secondary School of Visual Arts also known as the Secondary School of Fine-and Applied Arts of Budapest, “Kisképző”. In 1994, I graduated from the secondary school, and earned a certificate in leather craftsmanship. Meanwhile, every Saturday afternoon, I went to the art camp on Százados Street to sketch in Gábor Szabó’s studio which meant a real intellectual workshop to me. Read more


Interviews | February 11, 2021

Gera O’Shio is an artist who truly creates today's modern art by combining digital technology with conventional painting and the art of poetry. He is a pure autodidact in his way to create artwork. The objective of his art is to evoke emotions, to stimulate reflection and day dreams. He prefers, but does not exclusively, painting flowers, following a citation of Buddha: ”If you could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change”. In this way his art has relevance in times like today where Corona is impacting severely our daily life, but has its value for life in general. Read more


Interviews | February 10, 2021

Photography is a way of capturing the literal world in front of us, while our imagination allows us to capture the invisible. Read more

Interview: Paula Anta

Interviews | February 9, 2021

Paula Anta arranges her work in photography series deriving from ideas which are developed on the ground, mostly through stage settings which form up the resulting image by way of installation. The relationship between nature and the artificiality of man-made structures, together with history and voyage, form the core of her work which, from a conceptual point of view, is focused on depicting the significance of each landscape as a cultural fact in itself. Read more


Interviews | February 8, 2021

ARTOLDO is a creative collective featuring the Film Directors and New Media Artists Sara Ferro and Chris Weil, with a focus on Audiovisual Shows, Cinebitions, Avant-garde/Experimental films, Expanded Cinema, Moving Images and Video Art installations. Read more


Interviews | February 7, 2021

Erwin Rios was born in Chile and has been living in Austria since his youth. He studied art history in Vienna and his work was always related to art, culture and history. "I have always experimented with artistic creation and constantly developed myself further - not as a professional artist, but as an inner necessity. That's why my art stayed in my studio and on my own walls until recently. Read more

Interview: Simon Walther

Interviews | February 6, 2021

As a child, I tried drawing and painting. I can still remember that my parents hung up all the drawings in the apartment and turned them into a large poster wall. When I was at school I took design courses and in 2001 I painted the Arc de Triumph on canvas for the first time. After rediscovering art and painting for myself in 2018, I paint with pouring media, structure pastes and use various aids. I am fascinated by the different consistencies of the colors. Read more

Interview: Yoichiro Sakai

Interviews | February 4, 2021

I am Yoichiro Sakai, Landscape and Airplane photographer active on overseas, based in Tokyo Japan. And more, now trying to some online exhibitions. Read more

Interview: No Time To Sleep…

Interviews | February 2, 2021

No Time To Sleep (NTTS) is an Art direction Team from London UK, created by Nigerian/Italian William C. Ogbebor and Italian Carol Vandanesi. Carol is a creative and business woman moved to London in 2012 and William a photographer and filmmaker also moved to London only a year after. Read more