Emotional Aura

As enigmatic as his realistic and sometimes disturbing creatures, Ron Mueck commands an uncanny ability to amaze with his obsessive level of surface detail and intense [...]

Dual Condition

The human being invented by Jean-Louis Corby seems to lead a so asexual and “empty” existence. It is represented in its duplicity, strength, subtlety, lack of [...]

Expanding Limbs

As in a childhood nightmare — well recalled in Michel Gondry’s The Science of Sleep — limbs in Gerardo Feldstein’s tiny figures expand dramatically, leaving [...]


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 [...]

From the land to the sky

Since their inception in 1997, Okuda San Miguel’s pieces on rail-roads and abandoned factories in his hometown were clearly recognizable. Parallel to his work in the [...]

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 [...]

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Brian Dettmer carves intricate sculptures from outdated materials like encyclopedias, textbooks, maps and cassette tapes.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 [...]