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Stephanie Pearl

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July 28, 2016

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Stephanie Pearl is a photographer based out of London with dark and otherworldly approach. While bound to the forest, she photo-manipulates the strange, fragile, and beautiful.
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Mrzyk & Moriceau

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July 24, 2016

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Mrzyk & Moriceau creates daily outlandish and psychedelic line drawings that explores many components of popular culture. They have produced illustrations for Air, Katerine, and Sébastien Tellier. Images are NSFW.
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Hisatomi Tadahiko Revisit

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July 21, 2016

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We had the honor of featuring Hisatomi Tadahiko as one of the Empty Kingdom's Top 100 Artists of 2011. The photographer based out of Tokyo strictly shoots with 35mm film.
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Sarah Louise Davey

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July 17, 2016

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Sarah Louise Davey creates sculptural objects and installations to evoke intuitive, visceral responses informed by our subjective notions of physical image and societal norms.
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Egene Koo

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July 13, 2016

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Egene Koo is a South Korean painter who's studied in London and in her native country.
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ZeenChin

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July 10, 2016

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Malaysian illustrator who's known as ZeenChin creates vibrant and colorful imaginative worlds revolving around asian folklore. ZeenChin finds a balance between dark and child-like themes that seems outlandish but each painting really comes to life.
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Jonathan Latiano

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July 8, 2016

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"Art in its most primal form is about language. The academic texts that inspire me conceptually explain and defend why and how the universe operates. My artwork though is not simply a one-to-one illustration of these studies; rather the crux of it lies within the greyer notions of the physical world around us and our ability to abstractly place ourselves within it." -Jonathan Latiano, Baltimore, MD
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Luca Bortolato

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July 3, 2016

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Silent and mysterious, draped in an unapproachable silence and beauty, each of Luca Bortolato’s images seems to tell a story... A story that can’t be read accurately nor clearly defined.
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Swiss Army Man: Review

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July 2, 2016

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Swiss Army Man, the debut feature film of the talented duo the Daniels (Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan) won the Sundance directing award and after viewing it, it is obvious why. The film is incredibly original, funny, charming, and heartfelt in so many ways. If you enjoy(ed) the trailer then you will be delighted and pleased to find out the film is what you might expect and more.. you will laugh, you might cry, and throughout the entire film you will be on the edge of your seat wondering what wonderfully gross and hilarious twists and turns are in store for you next.
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EK Interview: Hanna Jaeun

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June 30, 2016

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Hanna Jaeun tells EK about her artistic process and her surreal paintings that often incorporate religious iconography. Her works are playful alluring yet melancholically unnerving in their presentation of cathartic subject matter. Through her subjects, Jaeun extends a certain set of circumstances at hand.
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Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

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June 23, 2016

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Hello true believers! We are super excited to share with all cinephiles located in or around the San Francisco Bay Area -a very special and rare exhibit sharing the life and work of the illustrious Stanley Kubrick!
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Lovis Ostenrik

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June 23, 2016

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German based artist Lovis Ostenrik's photography series entitled 'Vexconcav' is a sculptural view of the human body.
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EK Interview: Cristina Córdova

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June 21, 2016

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Cristina Córdova makes emotionally charged and socially important sculptures. She seeks to discuss human emotion and experience to inanimate objects, in much the same way that we seek to find meaning in our lives. Read her interview!
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David Rice at Antler Gallery

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June 16, 2016

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David Rice’s solo exhibition “High Alpine” is currently showcasing at Antler Gallery in Portland, Oregon. His latest series portrays animals and humans on an equal level and position. “High Alpine” is showcasing till June 27th, 2016.
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EK Interview: Mikael Aldo

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June 14, 2016

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In his photographs, Mikael Aldo harnesses the forces of nature to tell a compelling narrative. Whether discussing the destructive capability of man, or experimenting with perception his work is visually stunning, weaving a fantastic tale that the viewer wishes they could be a part of. Check out his interview:
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Ye Fei

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June 12, 2016

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Ye Fei is a Chinese photographer with a beautiful minimal approach. Fei's simplification between natural light and shadows lead to a subtle harmonious finish.
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EK Interview: Van Arno

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June 7, 2016

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Van Arno's pop surrealist art had me curious from the first view. While almost cartoonish and outrageous in his aesthetic, he's got subject matter in spades. Drawing on culture, religion, and events both historical and current, Van Arno paints scenes that are tomes. Whether you want to spend the time digesting and parsing through the content is up to you, what's indisputable is his work is eye-catching as all hell.
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Lana Prins

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June 5, 2016

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Lana Prins has been capturing women with her camera since she was fifteen years old. The fascination she has for women already existed before her love of photography, and it eventually turned into a small obsession. Romance, sensuality, youth and the female body are the main focus in her work. Lana Prins is currently based in Rotterdam.
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Kim Byung Kwan

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June 2, 2016

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"What I would like to express through my work is very simple. I am trying to bring out strangeness from familiarity (visual habit)." -Kim Byung Kwan, South Korea
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Yuri Shwedoff

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May 30, 2016

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Yuri Shwedoff is a painter based out of Moscow, Russia, who forms post-apocalyptical themes through fantasy and science-fiction. Each of Yuri’s paintings in one way or another connects with us, leaving behind a melancholy and bittersweet impression.
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