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  • Range Ta Chambre

    Fuck the museum, this is my museum At the entrance of the Mira Lanza, two girls ask if we are sure we want to go in there. [...]
  • Coalition

    Children and animals have always been a symbol of innocence and purity we never get tired of sharing and looking at, [...]
  • Graffiti is timeless

    Essential and fairy, the street art by 0331C is a fascinating way to explore a city with a cold and white light, leading a [...]
  • Underwater Sculpture

    Jason deCaires Taylor’s art is like no other, a paradox of creation, constructed to be assimilated by the ocean and [...]
  • The Constructed Family

    Ursula doesn’t have a lot of positive childhood memories. The early part of her life was dominated with feelings of [...]
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Their Mortal Remains

Between 2001 and 2004, we were lucky enough to meet and talk to Roger Keith “Syd” Barrett, one of the most mysterious men in rock and roll history, on three or [...]

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  • Karel Teige died in 1951 of a heart attack, said to be a result of a ferocious Soviet press campaign against him as a “Trotskyite degenerate”. His papers were [...]
  • When the truth is clear enough to become somehow cynic, then maybe that means there is something wrong with our world and the way we’re living and seeing things. Maybe [...]
  • After taking several photographs, Katerina Bodrunova mixes and matches the elements to create a surrealist collage of photographs. Lighting seems to play a different role [...]
  • Harry Holland became a painter to avoid the kinds of precise explanations and assertions that words promote, “and partly because it would give the false impression that [...]
  • Street photography has no limits, and it’s not always a matter of technical ability. Streets have many stories to tell, so you just have to be good to find and take [...]
  • How many wonderful abandoned places in the world? How many places leave their oblivion for a moment, thanks to some photographer, lover of this “genre”? According [...]
  • Inspired by nature, urban life style, graffiti and pop culture, Michal Mráz’s bold body of work consists of multiple-level narration bridging the gap between modern [...]
  • We are always intrigued by the past and the theatre of abandoned places whose spectral silence is so strong that it evokes whole existences drove down there over the years or [...]