On a trip to the famous Louvre in Paris, photographer and artist Taylor Holland found himself more drawn in by the highly ornate frames around the art than by the art itself. This got him thinking about a project...
by Marianna Redaelli Re-discovering our own identity as individuals, families and nations is a necessary process, as heritage and reputation are important values in our society and international diplomacy. There is an ancestral ritual in modern culture, widespread and micro-located...
by Marianna Redaelli The Retronaut is an obsessive archivist, a collector, at times a hoarder. What fuels these motivations and passions? For the “Graphic Artist” Thomas Robson, it is a search for truth, culture or objects which truly resonate with...
by Indu Ganesh Lisa Farmer explores the idea of creating stunningly diverse designs using different medias as she initiates a conceptual dialogue that employs primitive traditions as springboards for innovations, creating designs that speak to today’s audience. Her work investigates...
by Marianna Redaelli Images have the same value as text - a certain kind of narrative with subject and object of analysis with different levels of significance. Each provides direct information on who has designed and built, the context that...
by Marianna Redaelli Growing up in West Germany, the lines were drawn pretty clear for a cold war kid and it is fair to say that “The New World” is in part reminiscent of that era. In today’s utterly postmodern...
by Indu Ganesh Clasping onto design utopia, space is the main protagonist in this series. Taking something as essential as furniture and turning it into function pieces of art, Sang Hoon Kim’s work embraces the concept of experiencing space with...
Fashion Photography (3) by Indu Ganesh Staying true to the legacy of cultural variety and deep-rooted artistic expression, Indian Contemporary photographers are making inspired use of the camera’s power to capture the real essence of India. From digital surrealism to...
strange and gentle by Marianna Redaelli  To sum it up, it is about Life. It is always, all about Life. This is the word to which all of Ellen Jewett’s interests, inspirations and interconnections give birth to each sculpture as  ‘biological...
5MintGalileoNovember201511 by Marianna Redaelli  Search in reverse the archetypes and the origin of objects, you will come across extraordinary surprises that will project forward more than any other that stops at the contemporary. You’ll discover that the world is not that big...