Author: Stephan van Kuyk

How the most famous artists is breaking the art world

While covering the TOA Berlin I had the chance to catch up with @themostfamousartist, for those unfamiliar with his work he is 3 times startup founder turned artist. His apparently…

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Ray Noland

Ray Noland (b. 1972, Chicago, IL) lives and works in Berlin, Germany since 2012. He is an artist and designer formally working under the alias CRO. Noland has a BFA from…

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Michael Joyal

Michael Joyal is a child of 1980s Saturday morning cartoons and endless amounts of pop culture, spending his youth drawing winged hawk-men from Flash Gordon and scenes from science fiction movies. Michael honed his…

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YAT

YAT is a french graffiti artist and calligrapher based in Berlin, active since 2006 and strongly influenced by the hip-hop culture. The values of peace, love, unity and having fun…

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Interview with Stephanie Manasseh

Azucar got the oportunity to collaborate with the Accessible Art Fair as a media partner, a unique opportunity granting access to the inner workings of an art fair and direct access to its…

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Ritchelly Oliveira

Ritchelly Oliveira is a brazilian artists that specializes in surreal drawing with a very technically driven.

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Sivan Kaufman

In my works I am looking for the signs of changing and searching for the view as it seen from one point of view, and it may not seen again.…

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Basketball court turned into street art

Paris based Pigalle studio was behind the creation of a new basketball court sponsored by Nike. The new design brought the court back to life, a real improvement. The art piece gathers a series…

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Remnants of soviet architecture in Georgia

Roberto Conte and Stefano Perego are two italian photographers that created together this fascinating series on the remants soviet architecture in Georgia. They realized this project between 2015 and 2016, when the two photographers travelled to Georgia…

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Surviving Art Basel: A guide for beginners

If you hadn’t noticed yet, last weekend from June 15th until 18th Switzerland was opening its doors to strangers from all over the world. Is my native country improving its…

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