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INTERVIEW: FLACA

Interviews | March 31, 2021

Born in 1974 in Caracas, Venezuela, Flaca experienced a childhood influenced by a political and religious environment in a country torn by violence and crime. Read more


INTERVIEW: GARY LOGAN

Interviews | March 28, 2021

Gary Logan was born on the island of Trinidad in 1970 and was raised in the United States. He attended Boston University where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts in Painting. During his time in Massachusetts, he also developed a career in education while initiating his artistic profession. Read more


INTERVIEW: MARC KOCKELKORN

Interviews | March 27, 2021

BODY. A man, a body. That's me. Ratio off. My body. Made up of flesh and blood, Bound by mass and shape. Together subject to gravity. Lost in advance, however strong. Resignation. LUST. The pure, raw energy in my body. Read more


INTERVIEW: LIZ STUBBS & PENNY…

Interviews | March 26, 2021

We are a collaborative duo-photographer Liz Stubbs and encaustic fine artist Penny Treese- who visually explore living into our unknowns as we choose to unlimit our artistic creating. Read more


INTERVIEW: GIA ASMUNDO

Interviews | March 25, 2021

Gia Asmundo di Gisira was born in Catania, Sicily, in 1966. Gia studied in Milan where she graduated in Graphic Design at IED. From a very young age she devoted herself to art by filling school diaries with abstract figures and geometric shapes. Read more


INTERVIEW: HEROLD VAN DEN BERG

Interviews | March 24, 2021

Born in Breda and after living in Turnhout (B), London and Amsterdam I eventually settled in the artistic village Laren, well known for its former inhabitants like Anton Mauve, Albert Neuhuys, Piet Mondrian, William Singer Jr. Read more


INTERVIEW: FEDERICO ALCARO

Interviews | March 23, 2021

I am an architect based artist. During my practice as an architect I approached from the first moments the graphic representation of phenomena of modern society. The process that I follow starts from a current issue which, in my opinion, requires attention to improve our life (and the environment) and the life of future generations. Read more


INTERVIEW: LORD NICOLAUS DINTER

Interviews | March 22, 2021

I've been working for ten years with borderline and traumatized people to give them help. My work includes giving information, self-help groups and a talk to stabilize, trying to give a future better than the past. Read more


INTERVIEW: JOZEF DANYI

Interviews | March 22, 2021

Jozef Danyi was born in 1969. He lives and works in the picturesque city of Bruntál, Czech Republic. As a self-taught photographer he focuses primarily on portrait photography and his creation has the hallmarks of mastering of a widely opened diaphragm and dramatic utilization of light. His distinctive work is characteristic not only by its composition but also sensitivity and sensuality. Jozef has been actively participating in the International Photographic Salons since 2012. He represented Czech Republic in the World Photographic Cup which was co-organized also by the FEP (Federation of European Photographers). Read more


INTERVIEW: SANNE RASMUSSEN

Interviews | March 21, 2021

I always had a big passion for art. Back in 2010, I got the opportunity to live out my dream of developing my painting techniques. I seized the chance to create a new life path for myself. Read more


INTERVIEW: ARION

Interviews | March 20, 2021

Katherine Arion is an internationally renowned fine artist, painting in the Romantic-Fauve style, with touches of Post-Impressionism. Her subjects are Trees, Nudes in Landscape, Landscapes, and Portraits. Her Mono-prints on gold foil represent flowers and trees. In Etchings and Works on Marble she presents subjects of Historical inspiration, like scenes from the history of her native Romania, and religious inspiration. She uses a variety of media from oils to acrylics, to pastels, watercolors, etc. She paints on canvas, paper, ceramic, tiles, etc. Her technique on gold foil is unique, while her style is semi-abstract, with jewel like colors. Read more


Interview: Ege Serin

Interviews | March 19, 2021

Ege Serin is a plastic and digital artist based Istanbul. He attended to İstanbul Film Academy to study directing between 2018 to 2020. Serin blended his visual skills with his narratives, mixing different materials, and his passion of storytelling enable him to tell his stories more authentically by his artworks. The Artist's works consist of different symbols and figures within a chaotic composition. Read more


INTERVIEW: VICTORIA V

Interviews | March 18, 2021

Born in Ukraine and based in Vienna, Austria, Victoria V has incorporated in her art practice influences of Eastern European aesthetics as well as Western approach. Read more


INTERVIEW: TEO SAN JOSÉ

Interviews | March 18, 2021

Teo San José, (Valladolid 1958) currently develops his artistic activity between the cities of Córdoba and Denia. He studied Engineering at the Universities of Valladolid and Madrid. Read more


INTERVIEW: ALISA ERMAKOVA

Interviews | March 17, 2021

I have been always bewildered and astonished by the wonder of life. Who are we? Why did we come here? What's next? Since childhood I knew that my feelings and dreams are much more real than the tangible world around me. Read more


INTERVIEW: IRENE VENETSANOU

Interviews | March 16, 2021

Born and raised in Athens Greece, Irene Venetsanou has been living and working in Geneva, Switzerland since 2009. Earlier she spent 7 years in London, UK, completing her studies and working. Irene’s pieces are handcrafted through a process that is almost ritualistic, and are noted for their asymmetrical lines, and their organic and earthy feel. All the elements of her craft come from nature and her own personal memories. Her pathos for faulty, fractured lines and vulnerability has strongly affected her work over the years and has shaped her as an artist. Read more


INTERVIEW: AOMI KIKUCHI

Interviews | March 15, 2021

I make sculptures, wall pieces and garments using textiles and found objects to explore Japanese aesthetics and the philosophy of Buddha. They are “Wabi-Sabi”, the beauty found in imperfections, and ”Mono-no-aware”, the feeling of sympathy for changing or perishing phenomena or substances. Closely related to the philosophy of Buddha, these can be summarized in three key words: impermanence, insubstantiality, and suffering. Read more


INTERVIEW: BRECHT BOSSUYT

Interviews | March 14, 2021

Brecht Bossuyt is an enthusiastic poetic realist. He looks at the world through a contemporary view that reflects contemporary reality. He's often a person who positions himself in relation to his environment. Read more


INTERVIEW: PETER HENRIK GALL

Interviews | March 13, 2021

“I’m a Hungarian photographer with versatile mind and many interests. My photography projects are connected to my studies, lifelong learning is my passion, I studied the last 12 years traveling around the world. I am a qualified private detective, healthcare manager, I studied studio arts, traditional dances, I finished my schools as event producer, project manager and many more, and currently studying digital marketing management in order to professionally present my artworks for the public. My photographs reflect on different aspects of my personality, its development". Read more


INTERVIEW: LORNA BENT

Interviews | March 12, 2021

Lorna began painting at an early age, and at the age of 17 attended a UK college and studied Art & Design; from there she grew passionate for life drawing and developed her painting skills and loose style Read more


INTERVIEW: VALENTIN PFEIFHOFER

Interviews | March 11, 2021

Valentin Pfeifhofer is a professional landscape photographer and photo artist from South Tyrol. He currently lives in Berlin. Read more


INTERVIEW: IRINA KASSABOVA

Interviews | March 10, 2021

I grew up in Bulgaria and after my MFA graduation from the University of Veliko Tarnovo, I moved to the USA. I also was in debt to my father, who was an artist as well, for giving me a lot of knowledge and inspiration about art. Together we were able to organize two exhibits Father / Daughter, showing our works in Bulgaria and the USA. Read more


INTERVIEW: ANTONELLA DE SARNO

Interviews | March 9, 2021

Educated as a philosopher and art historian at University of Bologna, Antonella De Sarno is a performer and visual artist. Read more


INTERVIEW: MARCIA LORENTE HOWELL

Interviews | March 8, 2021

Marcia is a Californian-Spanish oil on canvas painter living in New York's West Village. She has exhibited in Madrid, Milan, New York and the Hamptons, her art has been turned into cashmere scarves sold at luxury retailer Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong. Read more


INTERVIEW: MAR ENRÍQUEZ

Interviews | March 7, 2021

My name is Mar Enríquez but most people use to know me as "Mar de color", which is really the name of the art space I created with my daughters eleven years ago, a space full of dreams where everything is possible and you just must dare to create them. Read more


INTERVIEW: DONEGEL’ CHONG

Interviews | March 6, 2021

Donegel’ Chong was born in Malaysia as a third generation Chinese descent; educated in Malaysia, Singapore, the United Kingdom and Switzerland. While completing his studies at Catholic Junior College Singapore, he spontaneously took part in the 1993 “My Singapore, My home” art competition organized by the Singapore Ministry of culture. He was awarded a Merit prize. This was his first public recognition for his artistic talents. Unfortunately, Donegel’ Chong was not allowed to pursue his passion for art. Read more


INTERVIEW: SYBILLE LAMPE

Interviews | March 5, 2021

Most of my paintings are abstract, but they do originate from the visible reality of i.e. landscapes or people that I met during my many travels and stays through the world. These impressions merge with my inner visions when I am painting. Often they are documented in intensively applied colours. Read more


INTERVIEW: MATTEO VOLONTERIO

Interviews | March 4, 2021

Photography. Photography is the departure of my work, is the media which i explore and record sections of reality becoming part of my palette. Photography is a sort of mental exercise which i must broaden my visual sensitivity, exploring and capturing shapes that i recognize as mine. A sort of sub-conscious hunting which i enrich my artistic baggage. Read more