Category: Art

The Feminine Mystique of Sophia Kamal

As a small girl of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in the 90s, Sophia Kamal was captivated by her mother who does oil painting as a hobby. Seduced by the colours of…

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Olga Titus’ Kaleidoscopic Dreams

When I first got in touch with Olga Titus back in 2016, she was busy doing her Artist Residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Then recently when I hit her up…

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Pictures of Tokyo under the snow.

Snow is a magical yet natural, seasonal element to the Earth's landscapes and our own lives as well. In recent weeks, white flurries have hit cities such as Rome, Italy,…

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How much art can fit into one minute?

"One Minute Art History" features about 55 seconds worth of beautiful art. Though short and sweet, the production of such an undertaking was far from simple. In a way, it…

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Taku Iwama’s Night in Tokyo

I took a two-month trip back to Japan. Tokyo to be specific. During last year Halloween, I was so bored since my family doesn't really celebrate it and my girlfriend…

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The Witness of Color

Joel Meyerowitz's is a rebel of sorts. At a time when color photography was deemed amateur and journalistic, Meyerowitz's snapped back, as a unique witness to the world, with a…

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Books and Buckling Brick Walls by Jorge Méndez Blake

Mexican mixed-media artist Jorge Méndez Blake organizes his projects into conceptual chapters that immediately suggests his artistic affinity with literature. He translates texts into plastic art, physically rendering the thematic…

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Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf to Take Vienna

This autumn, the notorious aesthetic eye of Wes Anderson and that of his partner, designer and illustrator Juman Malouf, will combine to curate an exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in…

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New Photos of an Unguarded David Bowie by Geoff MacCormack

Previously unseen photographs of the late, great David Bowie will be on view at the Francesca Maffeo Gallery in Essex, United Kingdom, from March 24. The collection is comprised of…

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Mysterious black and white photography

Sarah Seené photographs hold the sense of something you might find in your grandparent's old dusty albums. They hold an old-world sensibility and charm. She works with analogue exclusively and…

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