Paul White – Time Travels

Previously featured in September 2012, Australian artist Paul White returns to EK announcing his current show, Time Travels at MiCK Gallery. In this new collection he created detailed pencil pieces that represent not only the ways we transport ourselves in time but how the objects that aid our journey, are also affected by time.

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Paul White

Originally hailing from Sydney, Australia, Paul White goes back to fundamentals of composition and form in his detailed pencil on paper works. White is currently based in Melbourne where he continues to work on his art, and if you happen to be in that area, White currently has a solo show going until September 8th…

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EK Interview: Eckehard Fuchs

Eckehard Fuchs is a painter from Germany, residing in various cities throughout Europe. His paintings are equally playful and dark, muted yet colorful and curious. Sometimes abstract, and other times incredibly direct.  This interview is one of many from a roster of artists, as part of a ongoing collaboration with 5 Pieces Gallery, in Berne,…

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EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2013

[Photo by: Shelbie Dimond] 939 is the magic number for EK in 2013. 939 only has 4 factors: 1, 3, 313, 939…which doesn’t really have any significant meaning relating to our TOP 100. AMD made a CPU called the Socket 939 back in June 2004…but we’re not sponsored by them nor any other computer tech company to…

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EK Interview: Filter Foundry

* UPDATE * (2012-07-25) // To all fellow artists and EK patrons, for a limited time offer by the end of July, the portfolio networking hub Filter Foundry is dishing out free lifetime basic memberships amped with a few select professional-grade perks. Check out the important access info after the jump!

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EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2010

(Photo by: berserker / Steve Skafte ) Within the hallowed halls of Empty Kingdom, our contributors tend to be very proud about the art that we curate. I wouldn’t say it’s a competition to put up the best artists, but when someone finds a really good artist first, we usually compliment each other with “Dammit!!!”…

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