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Where’s your head at?

Do you think you could always tell what is real and what is not, maybe being in a hurry through the frenzy of your city? And how long would your shock last at seeing the [...]

Mimosa Pudica

In her unique artistic language, Ronit Baranga combines virtuosic skills for sculpting and hyper-realistic painting, with a tendency towards the uncanny. She creates a [...]

Book Carving

Brian Dettmer carves intricate sculptures from outdated materials like encyclopedias, textbooks, maps and cassette tapes. To create his works he seals the object with [...]

Logic of Nature

“We need to re-learn the logic of nature in order to continue mindfully” Hannelie Coetzee sees herself as an ecological artist that studies the effects of man-made [...]

In the Greenhouse

Always fascinated by the feminine world, Susanne Ussing worked in a variety of different mediums, from photography and ceramics to large-scale installations and sensory [...]

Bodies in Motion

Scott Eaton’s Bodies in Motion is an ongoing photographic project that aims to document the power, beauty and possibility of the human body in motion. Scott began [...]

Icarus had a sister

What you see here is the tip of the iceberg of what Andre Masters and CJ Munn are capable of making, and right now they are like two genies trapped in a very small bottle, [...]

Hands Full

As a child growing up in Russia, even before she knew they were called mosaics, Irina Charny created collages from pieces of broken glass found in the street, rocks, paper, [...]

Not all books are holy

The advent of new technologies and formats has almost completely overthrown books, making them just bulky objects or, at best, pieces of furniture for homes or offices, maybe [...]

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 [...]