Brain Records by Alexandra Crisbășan (LXV)

“This is a project representing the fragments of conversations which my brain has recorded, during different encounters which I decided to write down. […] So, this is what “Brain Records” is; the story of human encounter, human communication, socialization. The story of all of them together as a whole. A story told from the subjectivity and […]

Luo Yang And The Unusual Subversive Face Of China’s Female Youth

Luo Yang is a promising young photographer from Beijing living and working in Shanghai. She started photographing when she was in university in 2007 and we know she has been interested in film images since she was a little kid. In 2012, Ai Weiwei designated her one of the “rising stars of Chinese photography” (New Statesman). She has […]

Concert Photographer Turns Stage Into ‘Saint-Exupéry’-Like Microcosmos

Miluță Flueraș (31) is a Romanian Bucharest-based photographer, with a specific bent for concert photography. His vast portfolio can be considered a visual encyclopedia of the latest rock concerts that happened in our country. He considers himself just a pawn on the chess table of photography: “The photograph(y) touches me if I withdraw it from […]

This is Why You Should Recommend Artists for Cultartes

It’s OK not to trust our webzine. We don’t trust you either. But when we say that we WILL promote your art on our website, no strings attached whatsoever, we actually mean that! Since we launched the website we got only few recommandations, and that’s partly because of the crappy Facebook page algorithm which doesn’t […]

Ramblings on Contemporary Art (IV)

Part Four: of Curators, Artists and Frustration. THE CURATOR Fourth important dogma: the omnipotence of the curator. Contemporary art give a unique opportunity: to see prevail ideas about the identity of the artist at work, and therefore art itself. The equation is perfect: the editors being incontinence rhetoric, they feel a visceral need to produce […]