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09 January 2018 - The collages of Eisen Bernard Bernardo marry popular culture with classical art. His ‘My Mag + Art’ series is a collection of magazine covers pasted onto some of the world’s most famous painting...
25 May 2017 - Working and living in Madrid, Spain, photographer Emilio Jiménez shows through his works the subtle beauty of the female body.
08 April 2017 - London-based designer Michael Anastassiades created a lighting series titled “Arrangement” for design imprint Flos at this year’s Milan Design Week.
03 March 2017 - Not only must vision tool but style accessory like no other, as enthroned in the middle of the face, eyeglasses and sunglasses say a lot more than you think of the personality of the wearer.
10 February 2017 - London-born, LA-based artist Walead Beshty describes himself as a photographer, although his practice is far more extensive than that.
10 December 2016 - NYsferatu by Andrea Mastrovito is a powerful public art project that engages diverse immigrant communities in telling their stories to the world.
03 December 2016 - The fictional worlds evoked in film by director Wes Anderson have such a precise colouration – the very particular pastel-hues that paint the skies, drench the buildings and dress the characters, re...
19 November 2016 - Photographers Erell Hemmer and Cléo-Nikita Thomasson explored the country of ‘ice and land’ and detailed their trip into two visions: “island of land and ice.”
04 November 2016 - What is it exactly about an image – whether moving or still – that catches our eye and makes our pulse skip a beat?
20 September 2016 - The exhibition "miniatures exhibition" presents 100 miniatures of classic sessions, made during the period that spans the beginnings of the industrial mass production of the nineteenth century
01 September 2016 - Marc Riboud died yesterday. In fact , the last recent years Marc was not living in the same world as we are. Marc was one of the living legend of Magnum and the Golden Age of the Photojournalism.