Adrian Tyler’s Photographs: Speed and Quietitude

Written by Lawrence C. Miller Adrian Tyler’s precise images are signs and symbols of humanity’s continuum. His photographs suggest a curious origin. I picture a public interior. These architectural spaces resonate with humanity’s traffic. An empty barracks, for example, contains footsteps whose silence is monumental. Here, we are aware of a cinematic rush of life’s eternal step-by-step endeavor.  Time is condensed. How did he invoke …
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The Bioluminescent Iconography of JP Morrison Lans

Written by Justine Morrow Working in bioluminescent and fluorescent tones, JP Morrison Lans depicts a hyperrealism based in the multi layered reality that is our own. Vivid emotional surrealism, a dash of pop art brilliance, strengthened by iconic symbology of our time, as well as esoteric eons long past, the result is an oeuvre that has a striking resemblance to our deep inner world of …
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Ekaterina Belinskaya Talks About Her Otherworldly Photographs

Written by Deianira Tolema Ekaterina Belinskaya, the renowned photographer, mixes fashion, contemporary art and fairytales. After traveling the planet, working for some of the top brands in the corporate world, Belinskaya has found a sort of inner peace. The evidence is in her continuing  production of otherworldly visions where she unleashes her natural talents:  her in-depth knowledge of theatre, scenography, cinema, lighting, costume design, architecture …
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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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Adrian Tyler’s Photographs: Speed and Quietitude


The Bioluminescent Iconography of JP Morrison Lans


Ekaterina Belinskaya Talks About Her Otherworldly Photographs


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