Artists from Artists

The Amazing Painter Jean-Christophe Molinéris

  Jean-Christophe Molinéris is an amazing painter, writer and organizer of events, born in 1965, and based is Seyne-sur-Mer (Var) France. His exhibitions dated back to 1985 in France and abroad. Robert Bonaccorsi, the Director of Villa Tamaris – Art Center speaks about Jean-Christophe: Does oil painting have a soul?...
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Final Week: I Have a Dream, an exhibition by Luba Lukova

  The UAB Visual Arts Gallery is dedicated to the exploration and presentation of culturally significant contemporary and historical artistic disciplines. Luba Lukova is no exception to the Gallery’s resolve to present work that progresses the dialogue of social and cultural issues through contemporary art. As an image-maker, Lukova is...
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Photographer Andrew Zuckerman | Inspirational Portfolio [49]

  Noted filmmaker and photographer, Andrew Zuckerman (American, b.1977), utilizes a multitude of platforms to produce work that is systematically executed, conceptually based, and democratically presented. Minimalist in nature, Zuckerman aims to create atmospheres of clarity and neutrality to facilitate the viewer’s access to the material. His commitment to diversifying...
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Bone – Anatomy Illustrated

  Anatomy Illustrated is a book designed by Australian designer Josip Kelava, to showcase the master illustrators of the 16-19th centuries. In particular, it focuses on the illustrator William Cheseldon who was an English surgeon and teacher of anatomy, and who was influential in establishing surgery as a scientific medical...
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Interview with Artist George Milonas

  Recently, I stumbled upon a magnificent portfolio in earthy colors, strong characters, and very expressively. This portfolio belongs to an upcoming art star, George Milonas aka Jnk2007 artworks. I had the honor to interview him and learn a little bit more about his creativity.   George, your artworks are...
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Beyond the Camera, Beyond the Fantasy by Tommy Ingberg | Inspirational Portfolio [47]

  Sweden photographer Tommy Ingberg, has been preoccupied with photography since he was 15 years old when he got his first system camera, a Praktika with two lenses. What followed were several years of intensive photography. With an insatiable curiosity Tommy was soon familiar with several areas of photography, portraits,...
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Graphic Designers in Latin America | Part 2

  Latin America, has a long historical tradition producing a unique form of graphic expression for decades. Art is everywhere in the streets, with street and stencil art that cover buildings in Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina. Powerful strong like it’s people. Colorful, tantalizing, expressional. The second part of “Graphic Designers in...
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Rich Vividly Colored Paintings by Gavin Brown

  If Paul Gauguin hadn’t died four years before Frida Kahlo was born, one might suspect that Gavin Brown is their lovechild. Certainly his art carries the organic lushness and slight madness of Kahlo’s many self-portraits and Gauguin’s Polynesian-period art. You cannot blame the Melbourne-born, 47-year-old Brown for subtlety or...
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Steven Heller a visionary who has effected a paradigm shift in design thinking

  Steven Heller is the author and editor of over 130 books on graphic design, satiric art, and popular culture. Lying at the intersection of editorial design, design history and criticism, and design education, Heller’s work has focused on building foundations for exploring and preserving design as a social and...
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