COMING SOON

     Left  Right

    LATEST POSTS (ALL SECTIONS)

    Akos Major: ‘Harmony itself can be boring’

    Akos Major: ‘Harmony itself can be boring’

    ‘INTERVIEW’ SECTION

    About art and artistic vision; what a beautiful photograph is; which magic film has and some words about Leisure Project from Akos Major.

    Ken Herman: Flower Man

    Ken Herman: Flower Man

    “PROJECT” SECTION

    ‘Flowers are a hugely important part of Indian culture, used in everything from temple rituals to festivals and parties.’

    Vladimir Volga: Norilsk

    Vladimir Volga: Norilsk

    “PROJECT” SECTION

    ‘Winters of this city still stick in my mind – long, dark, cold and windy. I also remember swift springs and short cool summers, when past winter’s snow sometimes even did not have time to melt.’

    Genevieve Caron: Portrait

    Genevieve Caron: Portrait

    “PROJECT” SECTION

    “Visual effects are subtle and integrated seamlessly, and my work’s spare compositions and restrained use of color invariably serve to direct attention where it belongs—namely, to the face at the center of the photograph.”

    Michael Hall: The story of our planet unfolds

    Michael Hall: The story of our planet unfolds

    “ARTICLE” SECTION

    An article by Garrett Stringer about overwhelming natural landscapes and the resilience of people affected by climate change in Michael Hall’s photography.

    Vitaliy and Elena Vasilieva: “An ordinary man looks, but an artist sees”

    Vitaliy and Elena Vasilieva: “An ordinary man looks, but an artist sees”

    “INTERVIEW” SECTION
    An interview with the most expensive Ukrainian photographers about contemporary art and their ‘Apocalypse in Art’ project.

    Fabrizio Ceccardi: Ordinary Chaos

    Fabrizio Ceccardi: Ordinary Chaos

    “ARTICLE” SECTION

    Valentina Fiore about Fabrizio Ceccardi’s art, his “Ordinary Chaos” series, deafening silence, geographical and existential depaysement.

    David Zimmerman: Last Refuge

    David Zimmerman: Last Refuge

    “PROJECT” SECTION

    “Then I met the man who lived beneath it. His meager shelter was a crudely hacked hole in the ground, roofed with tin and supported by an abandoned refrigerator.”

    Vadim Gushchin: “An artist is a kind of factory for utilizing experience”

    Vadim Gushchin: “An artist is a kind of factory for utilizing experience”

    “INTERVIEW” SECTION

    An Interview with one of the most recognizable and famous Russian art photographers. About mission af an artist, the main goal of Art, inspiration and self-censorship. A view to contemporary art from inside.

    Robert Hutinski: Recognition

    Robert Hutinski: Recognition

    “PROJECT” SECTION

    “Today, the political permeates most practices in the everyday of an individual who both executes and produces them and only rarely (in most cases) questions and examines their origin.”

    Lucas Foglia: Frontcountry

    Lucas Foglia: Frontcountry

    “PROJECT” SECTION

    “Frontcountry is a photographic account of people living in the midst of a boom in mining and energy development that is transforming the modern American West.”

    Mikhail Kudish: Selected Still Lifes

    Mikhail Kudish: Selected Still Lifes

    “PROJECT” SECTION
    “I use photography to explore objects that surrounds us, moments and fragments of life and also to interact with people I would otherwise not be able to engage with.”

    Mike Stacey: “I got very tired of taking pictures that anyone else could take”

    Mike Stacey: “I got very tired of taking pictures that anyone else could take”

    “INTERVIEW” SECTION
    “One of the biggest defining factors of art for me is that the work, whatever medium it may be, must allow the viewer to see some aspect of the world in a new way”

    Frank Herfort: “In Russia you never know what is going to happen.”

    Frank Herfort: “In Russia you never know what is going to happen.”

    “EVENT” SECTION
    A material about “Milk’n’Honey” exhibition of Frank Herfort in Glaz Gallery, Russia, Moscow. Description of the project and interview with the artist.

    Petr Antonov: A model for a city

    Petr Antonov: A model for a city

    “PROJECT” SECTION
    In “A model for a city” Petr Antonov explores the aesthetics of contemporary Russian cityscape, taking Moscow as the perfect example of any post-Soviet inhabited location.

    Sander Meisner: Geometry of Nowhere

    Sander Meisner: Geometry of Nowhere

    “PROJECT” SECTION
    “Geometry of nowhere deals with themes and ideas considering public space, abstraction, transformation, change, transition, utopia and dystopia.”

    Mom, dad, a couple of kids and a golden retriever. Julie Blackmon.

    Mom, dad, a couple of kids and a golden retriever. Julie Blackmon.

    “ARTICLE” SECTION
    “Most adults are struggling to be normal, while children say about normality that it is boring, and so do such things that adults do not dare even to dream of.”

    Mark Power: 26 Different Endings

    Mark Power: 26 Different Endings

    “STORY” SECTION
    “Part of me, a big part of me, wishes I could do it all again, for, as they say, you can take the man out of Essex, but you can’t take Essex out of the man.”

    Emma Phillips: SALT

    Emma Phillips: SALT

    “PROJECT” SECTION
    “And I ask you this: is the salty taste of our tears not the same from joy as it is from sorrow?”