The Spheres City X Tangible Utopias Wins the Prestigious Open Frame Award @ goEast Film Fest

The Spheres City, the first futuristic habitat of Tangible Utopias wins the Open Frame Award, at goEast Film Festival, becoming the first internationally awarded Romanian VR project, a milestone for the immersive entertainment field. The experience was displayed on Viveport during the online edition of the festival and was joined by a pitching session detailing […]

‘Uncovering the Romanian Feminine Mythos through Embroidery’ by Elena Mincu

Elena Mincu is a textile artist based in Bucharest, Romania and she follows a technique mainly known as ‘threadpainting’. Her textile art tackles the human body, the feminine-divine body in the context of myths, legends, and folklore. Using traditional elements and transforming them into art may seem simple, but is […]

Diana Matilda Crișan’s Flips the Negativity with Her Embroidered Panties

Diana Matilda Crișan is a Romanian artist who lives and works in both Paris and Bucharest. Her works revolve around drawing, painting, installation, and graphic design. We adore her recent series ‘Cu chiloții la vedere’. Just imagine panties in fab cotton, where hand embroideries feature female symbols. Diana’s works use […]

[NSFW] Under the Black Sun: A Photo Journey Into SHAD’s Universe

Dmitry Polkanov a.k.a. SHAD is a photographer, retoucher, and body paint artist and he still works as a doctor. His genre is fine art conceptual portraits. He uses the body painting technique to create images of demons. All his photographs were taken in a studio near St. Petersburg, Russia with Hasselblad and Sony cameras.  My purpose is to show that dark aesthetics can be beautiful. The […]

>In Mito: teamLab – Digitized Kairakuen Garden

On view until 31 March, Mito City, Ibaraki: Kairakuen Garden was created at the end of the Edo Period (1842) as a garden centered around a pond and was designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty. It is considered to be one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan […]

>In Madrid: Cecilia Vicuña. Seehearing the Enlightened Failure

20 February – 11 july, Madrid: Cecilia Vicuña. Seehearing the Enlightened Failure, presented jointly by Kunstinstituut Melly, Rotterdam, and CA2M – Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo – is the first retrospective of this Chilean artist’s work to be held in Spain. The foremost exponent of Latin American art on […]

>In Setouchi: ‘Falling Cherry Petals’ Exhibition by Motoi Yamamoto

March 9 – May 5, Setouchi City, Okayama: Motoi Yamamoto is a Japanese artist known for working with salt, often in the form of temporary, intricate, large-scale installations. Motoi forged a connection to the substance while mourning the death of his sister. “In 1994, my 24-year-old sister died of a […]