Tag Archive for: art

Maŕa / Desperate Love

Art&Culture | Interview
Maŕa’s announces debut album Dawn with music video Desperate Love , Dawn’s lead single, “Desperate Love,” is out now.

Tati Au Miel / Transcendental Vision

Art&Culture | Interview
This versatile artist shares their perspective on perceiving reality. The world around us is a flux of energies and auras, and with a spiritual and transcendental outlook, it becomes possible to transmute them into sensory sounds. Experimentation, sound culture, and performances are approached unconventionally, representing just a few of the myriad facets of this creative journey.

Judit Kristensen / Empathetic Shadows

Art&Culture | Interview
The artist, without filters, tells us about herself, about how it's possible to perceive the depths of life and make them figurative. Every small detail, glimpse of human essence, encapsulates a layering of emotions that can emerge through a meticulous and intense gaze. Epochs, disturbances, psychological entanglements are frozen and transformed into a creative expression full of nuances.

Allen-Golder Carpenter / Conceptual Audacity

Art&Culture | Interview
Exploring the bold and innovative world of a conceptual artist who challenges conventions and addresses social and crucial themes through their work. From their early beginnings to their current solo show at No gallery in New York, this artist has captured the attention of the art world, increasingly stunning audiences with their provocative installations and unique vision. We delve into their personal journey, the influences that have shaped their work, future projects, and the great tenacity that continually fuels their creative passion.

Luis Enrique Zela-Koort / Meta-Fictional Exploration

Art&Culture | Interview
We immerse ourselves in a realm of alternative visions, interweaving, and articulations capable of transporting us to different dimensions. The artist invites us into their mind, making it explicit that art and creative expression are meant to transcend conventional frameworks, eliciting even uncomfortable sensations that are crucial for dismantling conscious classifications. Psyche, science, technologies, life... we stand before a diverse alignment of elements, the essential discovery of an artistic talent that knows how to take our minds on journeys.

Maria Chiara Valacchi / Into a New Curation

Art&Culture | Interview
Getting to know what the versatile art curator has meticulously built over the years. Revolution, craving of innovation, and tenacity have allowed her to refresh and recreate an established system, highlighting the power of an unusual perspective. The brilliant curator sheds light on the multitude of possible paths to pursue a goal and emphasises that innovation and creativity are driving forces for new artistic horisons.

Adam Alessi / Stream of Consciousness

Art&Culture | Interview
This interview delves into the artist's journey, exploring the roots of their connection to art and its evolution. He shares insights into the dynamic creative process, discussing the shift from rapid, confrontational paintings to more intricate, time-intensive works. We also delve into the stream of consciousness nature of their aesthetic, emphasising feelings over planned structures. An intriguing discussion provides a captivating glimpse into the artist's subconscious and the evolution of their distinctive style.

Allan Gardner / Authentic Creativity

Art&Culture | Interview
Discovering the artist: a journey into inner vision. Through this conversation, we've glimpsed into the soul of a young creative. Exploring his thoughts, approach to reality, and society, we've grasped the essence of observing and transforming things in a wholly personal way. Experimentation know no bounds, allowing diverse forms to materialise unexpected visions.

Chaney Diao / Boundless art

Art&Culture | Interview
We dive into a flow without genres and classifications. Different artistic expressions are mixed and blended to create meaningful performance and sensory experiences. The body as protagonist is expressed without limits, provocative and fetishistic themes are explored to make us reflect and overcome all restrictions.

Philip Hinge / Symbolic Scratches

Art&Culture | Interview
In conversation with the artist, discovering works with contrasting or unbalanced paths, characterised by narrative and psychological lines. If we delve into his vision, we can discover a world in which colours, shadowy representations and interesting cats combine to create capturing art . We become spectators of what he calls a visually brilliant display with an undercurrent of 'unreliable storytelling'.

Very Friendly / HOUSE, Berlin

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Pulsating rhythms, distorted soundscapes and provocative lyrics, a powerful exploration and questioning of the dark and obsessive sides of the human condition. With the "Very Friendly" exhibition, Agnes Gryczkowska invites us to venture into the murky corners of the human psyche.

Bruce LaBruce / The Visitor

Art&Culture | Spotlight
The annual Frieze art fair was held in Regents Park this past October for blue-chip galleries to display their most lucrative, exciting, artworks for sale. As per each year, it was hyper-commercial, conservative, and chaste. Thankfully Bruce LaBruce’s exhibition “The Visitor” at a/political came as a full-frontal antidote.