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Aria

The wind crashes, but brakes and starts again. Mankind should not believe they are able to stop it. Man can’t continue to imagine his life with no respect for the constant [...]

Tapumes

Henrique Oliveira uses tapumes as a title for many of his large-scale installations. The term, which in Portuguese can mean “fencing”, “boarding”, or “enclosure”, [...]

Room for Contemplation

Selena de Carvalho is an inter-disciplinary artist based in Longley Village, Tasmania. Her practice responds to notions of personal ecology and human interaction with the [...]

Keys and Memories

The rooms of Chiharu Shiota are always full of everyday clues like beds, windows, and shoes, in order to explore the relationship between living and dying and to access [...]

Indigenous Habitat

As a product of Globalization, born in London, 1981, to Cypriot parents, and now living in New York, Petros Chrisostomou explores the idea of the indigenous habitat, by [...]

Royal de Luxe

It all started in 1979 in Aix-en-Provence, where Jean-Luc Courcoult, Véronique Loève and Didier Gallot-Lavallée directed, with the help of fellow actors and musicians, [...]

Hands

Inspired by such masters as Michelangelo, Bernini and Rodin, Lorenzo Quinn is a leading figurative sculptor whose work is as profound, spiritual and existential because it [...]

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 [...]

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. The entrance is a gap in the fence of the factory, [...]

Here Not There

With his series of light sculptures, Camilo Matiz confronts the viewers with the duality of who they are and how they perceive themselves. The same object displays [...]