In Conversation with French Taxidermy Artist Delphine Gigoux-Martin

Written by Deianira Tolema and Stefania Salese Delphine Gigoux-Martin is an artist who lives and works in her native France. Her controversial work was first exhibited at the Galerie Metropolis in Paris. Subsequently, she has exhibited in France and internationally. Giroux-Martin’s signature production began in 2004, and continues with her recent drawings and taxidermic animals. Her work suggests a quixotic linkage of the natural world …
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Landscapes of Black Lace: Chad Andrews’ Concepts in Silicone

Written by Justine Morrow The vast amount of materials, techniques and skills that Chad Andrews‘ works with should tell you immediately that this is a person with the need to describe the infinitesimal aspects of life by any means appropriate. Paintings, drawings, paper cuttings, prints and plastics; Andrews creates a lyrical world of art objects each a sort of a portal to an amalgamation of …
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How Gambling Inspires Contemporary Artists

Written by Elena Durand While it’s generally frowned upon or even illegal in some countries, gambling is an activity pursued by millions of people across the globe. The thought alone that we can become millionaires overnight with a little bit of luck is alluring. Gambling is a big part of our culture, and some cities like Las Vegas and Macau are driven solely by the …
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The Work of Pim Kersten: Between the History of Sculpture and Visual Deconstruction

Written by Deianira Tolema European figurative sculpture, from a sociological perspective, begins to lose its decorative reference to Byzantine Art around the year 1009. This can be seen in the work of artists such as Wiligelmo the Romanic artist who sculpted the “Stories of the Genesis” on the walls of the Cathedral of Modena. In the conceptual body of these representations we identify the prodromes …
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Football as Contemporary Art

Written by Elena Durand Despite being extraordinarily popular around the world, football isn’t something we necessarily think of when we imagine different subjects for contemporary art. There are quite literally hundreds of thousands of football fans around the world. Yet there just isn’t that much crossover between sport and art, and as a result the subject rarely seems to come up. Really though, it’s actually …
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In Conversation with French Taxidermy Artist Delphine Gigoux-Martin


Landscapes of Black Lace: Chad Andrews’ Concepts in Silicone


How Gambling Inspires Contemporary Artists


The Work of Pim Kersten: Between the History of Sculpture and Visual Deconstruction


Football as Contemporary Art


Saul Melman: Post-Modern Alchemy


An Interview with Jesus Christ aka JJ Brine


Figurative Art in Philosophy: the Female Psyche in the Work of Alexander Hayden


Theories of Realism and Social Activism in the work of Daniel Efram


The Sublime, Transcendental Art of Marian Trutulescu


Shudders—The Spiritual Anthropology of Konrad Ross


Raising Global Frequencies — the Art and Energy of Ceylan Kaya


Of Lego and Priapus: The Contemporary Mythology of Ivan Lardschneider


The Varied, Aggregate Influences of Carl Heyward


In Praise of Shadows: Artist Ryan Bock’s Dynamic Visual Poetry