Nikola Milosevic

I've studied International Relations and Diplomacy, but i'm actually interested in economy and social studies. There is something in art that somehow explains a lot that's happening in the world right now, and i seek to uncover it. Feel free to contact me at nikola.milosevic777@gmail.com
Portrait of Tschabalala Self via student.bard.edu Tschabalala Self

Although quite young, Tschabalala Self has positioned herself really quickly as a burgeoning artist. Her approach is based on extended painterly and printmaking executions mainly embodied in colleges, but the objects as well. The black female body is the...

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Carolyn O’Neill

How many times you have delayed doing something you like, always seeking excuses? It was a similar situation for Carolyn O’Neill, who worked as a nurse in a psychiatric office. She always thought that she will turn to art when the retirement came and she...

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Saype

Guillaume Legros, by far better known as Saype, is a Swiss artist recognized for his two practices that combine the features of street art and painting, results of the author’s hard effort to establish an artistic technique that is completely his own....

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Michal Skapa

Michal Škapa is a Czech street artist who was a big part of the most expressive wave of graffiti writers that shaped that nation’s urban scene during the 1990s and 2000s, effectively turning it into the scene we now know and love. With many...

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Eric Liot

The sculptor, painter, assembler, or collagist, Eric Liot is all of that. The use of different techniques and disciplines mark the creative potential of this multitalented artist. His works include narrative figures caught in the moment that he and other...

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Monkey Bird

Monkey Bird is a duo of French contemporary artists born and working in Bordeaux. They are known for using symbolic anthropomorphism in their artworks. That means they are depicting wild animals in urban areas. The duo is active since 2010. They work in a...

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Sonia Aniceto

Sónia Aniceto is a Portuguese artist, based in Brussels, known for mixing paint and textile, thus creating amazing artworks. The decontextualized stories created by the empty swimming pools, abstract places, and the landscapes contain figurative characters...

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Richard Denny Richard Denny

Contemporary artist, Richard Denny was born in Great Britain and is living in Melbourne. Richard’s style of choice is mixed media, and this story starts in 2009 when Denny was living in Marseille, France. Here, by the garbage truck, he found a box of maps....

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Robert Petersen - Solo exhibition Blue stone by barn door at the Imogen Holloway Gallery Robert Petersen

Robert Petersen is an American contemporary artist. He is quite versatile, working in painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and collages. The peak of his career was three decades ago, but the news is that he’s lately been returning to his famous...

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Jun Ahn

Jun Ahn is a South Korean photographer known for subverting fear into audacity with her death-defying and vertigo induced self-portraits created on the verges of skyscrapers. Her series of images entitled Self-Portrait is her most prominent project to date,...

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Dave the Chimp - Portrait Dave the Chimp

Dave the Chimp is a British artist, currently based in Berlin, known for his cartoon-like style, through which he expresses emotions, ideas, feelings, and thoughts. For this multi-disciplinary and multi-talented guy, the content of the artwork that draws the...

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Per Bak Jensen Per Bak Jensen

One of the best known modern landscape photographers, Per Bak Jensen is rightfully considered as one of the pioneers of the field. This Danish master is truly exceptional since he never manipulates his pictures once they have been taken. The photographs show...

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Galen Rowell Galen Rowell

One of the most famous landscape photographers, Galen Rowell was an American climber best known for his mesmerizing shots of mountains. As Yann Arthus-Bertrand has mastered photography from above (aerial) and David Doubilet from below (undersea), Rowell has...

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Sam Durant

The focal point of the art Sam Durant produces seems to be generating new visualizations of what has become accepted or neglected as part of history. Through his varied installations and sculptures, this American artist explores the political[1] dimensions of...

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Sukran Moral

Known for her works that question tradition, taboos, hierarchical structures and historical frameworks, Sükran Moral is a Turkish contemporary artist. Arguably, she is widely acclaimed as a performing artist but is also quite prolific working in...

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Ekaterina Smirnova

Inspired by space and the position of humans within such a vast void, Ekaterina Smirnova is a Russian artist, best known for her large-scale watercolor works. She brings a new dimension to this traditional medium, painting with large hardware brushes on rough...

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Dima Rebus

Creating works that float somewhere between reality and the surreal, Dima Rebus is a young Russian artist working predominately in watercolor. Often described as unsettling, his paintings depict humans and their eerie situations, accompanied by often cheeky...

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NeSpoon NeSpoon

Situated somewhere between street art, pottery, paintings, sculpture and jewelry, NeSpoon is a Polish street artist. On a mission to embroider the world, she enriches the already diverse urban art with her own unique brand of lace art. By using intricate...

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