Artist Spotlight: Coady Brown
February 8, 2021

Coady Brown Figures inhabit tightly framed, intimate spaces in paintings that explore the vulnerability of the body and the tenuous nature of our connections and relationships. Groups, couples, and solitary figures examine self-presentation in both private and public life. Figures become reflections of their environments, mirroring these heightened, surreal, frenetic, sexy, and sorrowful states. Patterns … Continued Continue reading

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Void Projects’ “Change”
January 27, 2021

Void Projects CHANGE is a short film documenting the work of the “Void Projects” art collective in Ferizaj, Kosovo. Set against the backdrop of a global pandemic, the film follows 10 international artists reflecting on the history of a country healing from war. In collaboration with the local community, this new generation of creatives discover … Continued Continue reading

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“Dormant Seasons” by Photographer Erinn Springer
January 22, 2021

Photographer Erinn Springer explores her midwestern roots in her recent series, “Dormant Seasons.” Originally from Wisconsin, Springer went to school in New York City and is currently based between both places. Initially started as a way to interact with her family and greater Wisconsin community, the series has blossomed into a reflective exploration of self, … Continued Continue reading

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Dreamy Illustrations by Daniela Gallego Merge Human Experiences with Fantastical Images
December 17, 2020

Colombian illustrator Daniela Gallego takes us on a delightful journey through a world tinged with magic and brimming with plants. Her subdued color palette enhances the effect, firmly planting each of her drawings somewhere between fantasy and reality. The Barcelona-based artist creates works for children’s picture books, editorial, and corporate clients, and produces some of her own prints or calendars that you can request on Facebook. Explore more of her work on Behance. More Continue reading

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“Twelve” by Photographer Juliana Sohn
December 11, 2020

Exploring the transitory stage between childhood and adulthood, photographer Juliana Sohn documents the lives of 12-year-old girls in New York City for her series, “Twelve.” Describing the age of twelve as a time of both disorientation and discovery, Sohn explains: “I wanted to try and capture this fleeting yet critical period of their lives,” she … Continued Continue reading

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