Serge Mendzhiyskogo is a Russian artist. He takes a crapload of photos of the same city and then cuts them into strips and puts them back together collage-style to get the very distinctive look in his pieces. My Google-fu couldn't locate a homepage, but please enjoy what was found.
"Ultimately, if the city is man’s most successful attempt to remake the world he lives in more after his heart’s desire and hence condemned to live in it, as Robert Parks has remarked, then my commitment as a photographer is not only to denounce our need for a privately owned household, but to point the struggle our contemporary world faces between the ideals of capitalism and the strive and desire for fairer and more equal cities in which to live in." -Alejandro Cartagena
Michèle Deiters and Bibi van der Velden is a Dutch mother and daughter sculpting duo. Their recent sculpture takes form of presenting itself through reflective surfaces so its surroundings and people can take part in the experience.
It's no secret by now, everyone at EK, and I'm sure that most of the loyal visitors to our humble site, know that I'm a huge admirer of photographer Rikki Kasso (previously posted here). The problem that I'm always faced with is trying to decide which of Kasso's photographic sets that I want to feature on EK. Well, problem adverted for today...no photography for this post (except for the header image. ZING!).
Francesco Giusti is a renowned freelance documentary photographer with works published and exhibited in galleries internationally. Giusti takes us to Haiti after the devastating earthquake about a year ago this very month...
Photographer Simon Procter originally trained as a painter and sculptor before finding his eye through the camera. Procter's "The Daystar Project" (which was exhibited in Paris, France) was a shoot originally published in V Magazine under the title "The Fall, a Truly Divine Story." Epic, grandiose, almost biblical...
ART BELOW was created by Ben and Simon Moore in 2006. ART BELOW transforms "Ad space into Art space" using actual billboards in London's underground stations to turn it into a public gallery showcasing works from both emerging and established artists.
Artist Debra Hampton originally hails from Los Angeles, California, USA. Hampton uses, quite literally, thousands of magazine cutouts to create her mixed-media mash-up collage portraits, which is what she is best-known for (don't mistake Hampton's cutout pieces as digital works).