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Rirkrit Tiravanija is a Thai conceptual artist known worldwide for his abstract projects and ongoing influence in the development of relational art.
A great art combination of Hilarity and Horror illustrations by Monica Cook.
Philip Munoz’s hyperrealistic works capture the glamor and beauty of modern young women adorned with tattoos, piercings and individualistic personal style.
Check out our picks for the best new street art of January 2016 – which ones are your favorite?
New York’s Joshua Liner Gallery hosts an exhibition by the famed Japanese artist and master craftsman, Riusuke Fukahori.
Otherworldly is a fantastical book that presents subversive and avant-garde garments, styling, fashion photography, and designers.
London-based artist Eleanor Macnair recreates the world’s most beloved and iconic photographs in everyday, children’s Play-Doh.
Rising star artist Michael Kagan is known for his abstract/representational paintings of iconic images, full of suspense and action.
Romanian illustrator Raquel Aparicio is known for her quirky style of traditional drawings that blend ink, watercolor, collage and digital touches.
Photographers Isabelle Chapuis and Alexis Pichot are known for images that feature smoke bombs detonated in remote, beautiful locations across the globe.
Olivier Dwek, a famous architect based in Brussels, will amaze you with his wonderful white walls building known as ‘Silver House’.
The Sony World Photography Award is one of the most respected and influential photography competitions in the world. Check out our picks for 2016.
Do not miss an opportunity to take a look at these spectacular paintings of rural road views performed by talented Grant Haffner.
Multidisciplinary artist Guy Laramée transforms vintage books into stunning and timeless landscapes that capture the wonders of the natural world.
Australian artist Monica Rohan’s gentle compositions feature subjects floating or falling through crumpled layers of patterns and luscious foliage.
Displaying different lifestyles of human beings on earth by Cinta Vidal Agulló
Superb photoshooting of babies taking a dive for the first time, by Seth Casteel !
Danish artist Troels Carlsen creates surreal mixed media pieces and large oil paintings with an an eerie and darkly humorous edge, often featuring animals.
My name is Melanie Gritzka del Villar, and my current aspiration is to do an art workshop with children of the district of Shivaji Nagar, Mumbai, India.