The strokes of Nguyễn Vân Chung

This special artist is from Vietnam, graduated from the University of Fine Arts in Hanoi. His focus on Abstract art has been all along as it allows him to express ideas and emotions stemmed from his subconscious mind without any limits.  What special about Chung’s paintings is his clear composition and

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In the realm of moods

Judith in den Bosch started taking photos about 6 years ago. In the beginning, her subjects were just light, shades and the sea. Then she discovered the power of photo editing and her world has become bigger with endless possibilities, and her love for poems and painting came together. Amazingly Judith

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What do you see when you gaze at a landscape? What if there is more than what’s before your eyes?

When you look at the series „Possible Landscapes“ by the German photo-artist Torsten Richter, it feels like your well-trained perception got outsmarted. But you cannot describe it precisely. The images give an impression of what nature and scenery could have become without the destructive human influence. Nothing was added or deleted

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Contemporary Photographic Film Noir

The thematic intentions of Jack Savage behind the series POSTNOIRISMS, is the creation of: ‘’An Imagined future for contemporary British, Photographic Film Noir’’, blending sci-fi with the more traditional noiristic elements of mystery, femme faltales, inescapable darkness, menace, and murderous plotlines.’’ Post Noirisms is the follow up to his critically

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Human border by Paolo Naldi

Paolo Naldi areas of interest are the visual arts and, above all, painting. After a long independent artistic activity in the European underground scene, he appears in conventional exhibition spaces in Italy and abroad (galleries, museums, international fairs and institutional spaces). He lives and works in Naples. He uses many

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Definitive Ambiguities

As the contemporary photographic world moves as if in fast forward, this series from Jack Savage is committed to the power of memory, and the haunting events of our shared cinematic past. The title ‚Definitive Ambiguities‘ is as Hitchcockian as it implies. Studio lighting and models appear mysterious, dark, seductive

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