Democratizing the art world is no easy task. The world of art can seem intimidating to those who are unfamiliar with it’s fluid ways
Time can’t be stopped, altered or predicted. But two contemporary designers just came up with a new way for us to see it happen
Italian collagist Claudio Parentela simultaneously defies and embraces the digital age as he mixes mediums to create his colorful works
Can art succeed where porn fails and actually turn us on? The answer is yes
Disengaging out of convenience isn’t possible for the visual artist Amir Guberstein, whose compelling identity-based practice is largely informed by the complex and morphing realities of his native Israel in relation to Palestine and the long-term conflict
Meet artist Ewa Doroszenko, whose transboundary art constantly pushes the viewer to new yet familiar places.
A look at the pieces born from the minds of Stockholm-based artists Anton Alvarez and Gustaf Nordenskiöld
What happens when you ask two artist friends with very different approaches to take part in a joint project?
Do paper crafts still have a place in our digitalised, virtualised and augmented reality?
We met up with Sam Cannon after her presentation at this year’s EyeEm festival in Berlin