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Skin & Rituals

The grace of geometry is charmingly at the heart of Yung Cheng Lin’s bodies. To him, each part of the human body is something unique, and the photographer and art [...]

Suburb Dream

Sebastián Velasco really loves old cars and the play of light and shadow on the crumbling walls of the suburbs. As an acute and dutiful urban documentarian, he is so good at [...]

Sensitive Painting

He was a heroin addict for 6 years, and lost a brother to an overdose — he got the news when he was taking his first and only painting class at Art Center College of Design [...]

Digital Classic

Son of a couple of artists who used traditional supports, Jean-Michel Bihorel always loved the beauty of the matter, the gesture and more generally a certain figurative [...]

Stay Home

It’s been a while since Snoopy dropped out of sight. I decide to take myself away from my home commuting and go down to get some fresh air. It’s a wonderful spring day. [...]

Where’s Wally? (Virus Edition)

Usually it’s not so easy to find him, with his classic red and white top, bobble hat and jeans, in the midst of all those busy crowds. But now times have changed, and the [...]

A kiss is (not) just a kiss

These days, in some countries such as Italy, the virus seems to have brought back to the surface all the anxieties and inconsistencies which were dragging along into the [...]

For Fun

Once a gaffer in the spoiled world of blockbuster budgets, unending craft service and larger-than-life film crews, Andy Reynolds walked away for the chance to really learn [...]

Quarantine

And while people stay locked in their houses and start singing, cheering, or drawing rainbows and words like “it’s gonna be ok”, I shake my head and think [...]

They’re Among Us

They definitely exist and they could be living among us on Earth. That’s what Britain’s astronaut Helen Sharman is sure of. “There are so many billions of [...]