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Titus Kaphar

Titus Kaphar‘s artworks interact with the history of art by appropriating its styles and mediums. Kaphar cuts, bends, sculpts and mixes the work of Classic and Renaissance painters, creating formal games and new tales between fiction and quotation. Titus Kaphar was previously featured back in April 2010.

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Rithika Merchant

“My works are an exploration of epics and myths across geography. I create mosaics of myths that question received histories that are available to us throughout culture. Derived from an attempt at self discovery and aimed towards solving contemporary strife created by a conflict of civilizations. this conflict is negated by locating a mythical strain…

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Reuben Wu

Reuben Wu is a photographer, film-maker, music producer, and co-founder of the band Ladytron. He is driven not just by the urge to create imagery, but by a desire to explore new places as if they were unknown territory, constantly open to serendipity and with an eye for the unnoticed and the hidden.

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Johnson Tsang

Johnson Tsang‘s current series ‘Open Mind’ will be showcasing at beinArt Gallery in Melbourne, Australia later this year. The Hong Kong based sculptor has been featured on Empty Kingdom many times within the past few years. Dates to the show will be provided soon.

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Jenna Andersen

Jenna Andersen‘s illustrations have a beautiful minimal approach that also focuses on the complex details. Her body of work has a recurring theme revolving around a sense of wander, a search for identity, and tones of melancholy. Leaving behind bittersweet, yet such satisfying simplicity.

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Elisa Ancori

Spanish artist Elisa Ancori‘s works revolve around the connection of nature with man. A fusion of body and soul which is scanned by a strong line in all his work. A continuous search for that balance, that unceasingly gives rise in every corner of nature.

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BAEL: Artist Update

BAEL is a self-taught artist from the North East of England who captures the human emotion and form with a sense of simplicity, by expressing something complex in as few words as possible. He channel’s elements of German Expressionism to Art Nouveau and Japanese Anime to achieve his own unique visual style.

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Husmann/Tschaeni

A Husmann/Tschaeni artwork stares you in the face. Under the layers of pinks, greens and blues, you sense movement. As if it is watching your back. Suddenly, you feel yourself being drawn into the art, losing focus. “We work backwards …” greets you as you enter the gates. A small plaque reads: “A hell of…

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