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The fantasy photography of Regina Dmytryshyna

Hello, I’m Regina Dmytryshyna, a fine art photographer. My work focuses on hidden sides of people’s souls: darkness, desperation and hope for better future. Usually I do self portraits and use them afterwards in my art. This first work shows that all of us sometimes feel ourselves like broken dolls and don’t see a way to move...

A sea of emotion: The paintings of Anna Vodka

Art should not be obvious. A viewer should not at first glance understand an idea and consider a definite piece of art as something simply readable. It is strongly important that a viewer standing opposite my artwork feels a necessity to reflect. It is crucial to create a desire to stop the moment, to think over, try to understand and probably to...

The plastic metaphors of Valentina Baicuianu

Many of my works are personal experiences and emotions translated into a plastic metaphor that invites its viewers to do, in turn, the decoding exercise. My focus is on the entire everyday life spectrum, my overall influence come from life itself, people and my emotions. ~Valentina Baicuianu

The real life abstractions of Alison Bignon

I display real life stories through my created abstract portraits. After drawing upon exchanges with ordinary people, it’s in my apartment in Paris where I listen to and transcribe their stories; carefully archiving them in what I call an “emotional data bank”. Then, using a range of media, including videoed performance...

Bra Bra Bra — The visual art of Andrea Dankova

My body of work consists of surreal and Freudian interpretations of inner life and outward expressions of womanhood. According to Freud, the bra in our dreams signifies support, security, dignity and self-respect. Each photograph depicts different condition and emotional state inherent to femaleness –  from facing down gender stereotypes...

The fantastical illustrations of Matt Lorentzen

I illustrate in the spirit of Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein, with a touch of dark fantastical influence that was anchored by reading such authors as Tolkien and Terry Brooks and personal favorites Souther Salazar and Howard Finster, who was famous for his covers of R.E.M. records in the 1980s. All of my illustrated collages have a story that I...

CULTURAL ANIMALISM by Dushan Pejchev

In the network of cultural mobilization, systematization, modeling of the human reality and creating a cocoon of the cultural dogma, in an obscure dimension abides the atavistic human dimension. Along with treating the culture as a fetish and the human rational nature, the fact that the man is an animal creature can not be neglected. ~Dushan...