Hong Wai

Shanghai-born artist Hong Wai Hong Wai uses her brush with uncommon skill, mastering the nuances of ink a well as the wash effect. Her works, using live with live models, exude an intimacy rare in Chinese painting. They are both highly feminine and feminist, examples of not just the beauty of the female form but…

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Gerald Brockhurst

Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (October 31, 1890 – May 4, 1978) was an English painter who was celebrated as a portraitist, painting society figures such as Marlene Dietrich and the Duchess of Windsor. Today he is best known for his small etched prints of beautiful, idealized women – many of them modelled by his first and…

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Matthew Stone Part III

Matthew Stone is a multi-disciplinary artist based out of London who focuses on painting, sculpture, photography and performance. His latest series entitled ‘Healing With Wounds’ uses CGI techniques to combine the hand-painted abstract brushstrokes and staged photography. The series offers a new technical approach to traditional painting, showing diverse bodies at play and in conflict.

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Mike Winkelmann

Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple is a mixed media artist based out of Appleton, Wisconsin, who produces otherworldly works from unimaginable dimensions. Beeple has been feeding his followers with daily psychedelic and existential artworks for over 9 consecutive years.

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Jonathan Latiano

“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…

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EK Interview: Hanna Jaeun

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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Magnus Gjoen

Magnus Gjoen examines how to change peoples relationship and preconceived notions of objects. Something which is potentially extremely destructive can be made into beautiful yet fragile objects of art. It’s this misconception of beauty which Magnus Gjoen wants us to see in a different light, being it weapons, animals or the human race itself.

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Frédéric Clavére

Frédéric Clavére‘s body of work revolves around politics, religion, and warfare. The agitator outlines and paints within multiple mediums by implementing cutouts from magazines, books, and ads. Clavére currently works out of Marseille and teaches out of Nice, France.

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EK Interview: Amber Chavez

In her photography, Amber Chavez speaks to the solitary subject within the confined space of their interiority. The destruction, the suffocation, the rawness, and the vices are carefully provoked. Chavez invigorates recognizable subject matter and through it, she coaxes her viewers into her work. This, in turn, suggests a certain (auto)biographical narrative. Check out Chavez’s…

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EK Interview: Stephanie Buer

The imagery of Stephanie Buer‘s paintings and drawings recalls her time spent in Detroit, Michigan. While dilapidated and human-free edifices dominate her works, Buer speaks to Detroit’s artistic initiatives and to the changing cityscape. Check out Stephanie’s other Empty Kingdom interview and post !

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Bharti Kher

Bharti Kher is a fine artist who lives and works in New Delhi, India. Majority of her sculptures and installations explores and challenges cultural misunderstandings and social taboos of modern society.

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