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Guillermo Santomá: Artistic Free Will

Some may see the work of Guillermo Santomá (Barcelona, ​​1984) as a shocking orgy of disconnected forms, toxic materials and attractive utopian functionalities. A rave of boundless creations. However, his insightful mystical-aesthetic bait isn’t bitten by chance. Once one sees his pieces, constructions, works or interventions there is no going back. Although one may get distracted by the happening elements wisely […]

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Peaches: “I would have loved to work with Bowie or Prince”

Canadian Merrill Beth Nisker has built a reputation over the past two decades with her penchant for explicit lyrics, well-stocked with sexual connotations. Better known as Peaches, she will be playing in Madrid and Barcelona on December 1 and 2 thanks to Houston Party. Although at the beginning of her career she flirted with acoustic folk […]

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Steve Hauschildt: Ambient in the spotlight

It is very likely we will hear about Steve Hauschildt a lot in the years to come. One of the leading figures in the ambient music scene, both solo and as a member of the Emeralds band, his latest album, Strands, was considered one of the best electronic music albums of 2016. The Cleveland-born artist will […]

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Stefano Gardel and his futuristic deserts

Stefano Gardel has taken pictures of hypnotic landscapes that take us to a distant galaxy, to an unknown planet, or simply, to our beloved Earth in a not very distant future, turned into an arid desert but overflowing with beauty. More than photographs, they look like sci-fi scenarios The Neon Desert series features together different images of […]

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A look into Cerro Gordo by David Black

David Black (Baltimore, 1980) is not an unknown artist. His name resounds loud and clear both in the current photographic scene, as well as in music. This American photographer and filmmaker has filmed artists such as Kim Gordon, Seu Jorge, Daft Punk, Cat Power, The Roots, and Pharrell Williams. Although his portraits and campaigns are fascinating, […]

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Meg Hewitt: achromatic viscerality

Discovering the work of Australian photographer Meg Hewitt (Sidney, 1973) is like plunging into a vast river that terrifies and attracts you at the same time and which will take you somewhere unknown. Her dark, ruthless and visceral imagery reaches its zenith with the series Tokyo is Yours, now published in a photobook bearing the same […]

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Tor Brandt’s minimalist Comic Books

A fan of drawing since childhood, Tor Brandt creates comics where characters walk through almost empty spaces. Like all artists’ careers, his life has been a rollercoaster, and after having abandoned his passion for a while, now he’s back at it with more resolve than ever. Graphic simplicity on his solidly-defined, pastel-coloured, almost empty illustrations We really love […]

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Helen Eunhwa Oh’s day-to-day life’s Illustrations

The prevalence of color over form. Images with shallow, poorly defined traces, bright colours. New York-based Korean artist Helen Eunhwa Oh’s latest project draws inspiration on the mundane realities of her everyday life. Her brightly-coloured illustrations and her bizarre portraits show a totally unusual style She has lived in a multitude of countries, but she […]

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Kyoko Takemura captures the conceptual vision of food

For some people, food is the best gift of life. For others, their relationship with food goes beyond foodporn and loving to eat. Such is the case of multidisciplinary Japanese artist Kyoko Takemura and her food-based conceptual photography. Takemura looks at food from perspectives that aren’t obvious for most people With the clear objective of showing everyday life […]

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