Elemental Magic

Nature and light are at the centre of Diana Lehr’s imagination, providing continual sources of inspiration. She started out focused on painting – eventually [...]

Density of Light

“When I was growing up, my father was fond of clouds, particularly when a ray of light pierced through them, so luminous you almost wanted to touch them. He sometimes [...]

Reverse Archeology

Inspired by the current turbulent state of our time while also excavating from America’s past, Valerie Hegarty often turns the gallery into a dramatic place of change. Her [...]


How much passion and faith it takes to achieve certain goals? How much patience? An important answer comes once again from photography and, in particular, from the projects [...]

Something strange happened here

Among the many surprising theories made by the human being until today, there is one that concerns an elephant: the beast could balance on its own trunk at a height of 18,000 [...]


Children see magic because they look for it It’s never so easy giving a title to an article using just one word, especially when that word brings with it such an [...]


Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality By focusing on video and archaeology of cinema, Loops is an [...]

Body / Sculptures

As early as 1964, Hans Breder had documented his own artistic “interventions” placing a rectangular mirror in a riverbed and photographing the play between the real and [...]

Victorian Giants

Alice Liddell and Lewis Carroll are the guest stars of a fascinating exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London next spring, together with other three of the most [...]

50 Years Experience

Fifty years ago, Jimi Hendrix and photographer/designer Karl Ferris were cooking up a mix of psychedelic music and imagery. The Jimi Hendrix Experience debut studio album Are [...]