In what she describes as her “anti-portraits,” artist Frederica Poletti works with obscured faces as a form of symbolism for defiance through anonymity.
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Interviews with artists that work more traditional painting mediums
Hypocrisy, tyranny and modern novelty will find no refuge from the discerning gaze of Serbian artist Aleksandar Todorovic.
To Italian artist Linda Aquaro her ‘Cronache di resistenza‘ series are a testament to the struggles of life, death and where they meet.
Copenhagen’s Slowroom Contemporary and Vess Showroom team up to exhibit the paintings of artist Lolita Pelegrime.
As part of the Choreography in Action series, Danish choreographer Kitt Johnson takes a moment to speak about her fascination with existentialist themes and the baser elements of Performance.
Uk-based painter Simon Kirk talks about his fascination with creating visual narratives through the use of collage, paint, and copy.
It’s not easy making your daily routines into art, but Copenhagen artist HuskMitNavn (Remember My Name) has transferred what could be lost in the daily commotion into an appreciation of the small, sincere details.
Getting close to the elusive Hamburg-based artist, Volkano, to talk innocence and escapism in his recent collection of work
AM Debrincat’s new collection of work ‘Hello Sunshine’ looks at what conventional techniques of figure painting means in the digital age.
In order to understand her contemporary mythology, I dip into the carnal, elegant and ritualistic paintings of Oakland native Caitlin Hackett