Tag: France


Valerie Galloway

PHOTOGRAPHER AND WATERCOLOR PAINTER Valerie Galloway is a photographer and painter. Some of Valerie Galloway’s trademark products include handmade mirrors, water color paintings on vintage dictionaries and maps, pendants, coffee toned silver gelatin prints, archival inkjet prints and assemblage jars. The photographs are staged images of woman or landscapes and cityscapes from New York, Paris […]

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Steeven Salvat

NATURE, SCIENCE AND HISTORY Passionate about drawing, nature, science and history, Steeven Salvat creates artworks with a hatching technique, using black ink, Rotring pens, a lot of lines and hundreds of hours. Inspired by the work of masters like Albrecht Dürer, Gustave Doré, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Molitz and Moebius, he pays close attention to technique and […]

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NIARK1 a.k.a. Sebastien Feraut

CRAZY AND WEIRD CREATURES Wolf-like hybrids or oversized insects against saturated backdrops brimming with colour. As NIARK1 – a.k.a. Sebastien Feraut – explains, this is “a kind of surrealist universe with crazy and weird creatures.” The artist cites a range of influences from 80s horror through to Francis Bacon, from constructivism to David Lynch. His […]

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Juliette Clovis

THE CYCLE OF LIFE Juliette Clovis explores the ambivalence of the human being in his relationship with the nature that surrounds him. The reflection around the presence of human in the world, which results in the progressive destruction of the natural environment, is objectified by the artist in her sculptures where fauna and flora seem […]

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Anna Czekala

A MEDITATIVE STATE Anna Czekala: “I create from feeling not from seeing. It’s the most direct way for me to enter a state of flow, which feels like the meditative state . . .  and it’s so much more fun that way! For now, I am still exploring a “freestyle” mode of creation, exploring blend […]

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Rimel Neffati

IMAGES BEYOND PHOTOGRAPHY Rimel Neffati: “I started taking pictures at the end of 2008, I learned everything by myself, I quickly realized that I could divert and capture my camera to create images beyond photography. I started by making self-portraits because it was an easy way: full control on time, ideas, (no) limits, model, and […]

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