EK Interview: Gabriel Grun

Gabriel Grun‘s work is heavily influenced by renaissance and baroque paintings and it shows. Openly sexual, and unabashed about everything that he wants it to be, Gabriel’s work is a world of fantasy, of the myths and legends of humanity laid out in full color, full splendor. Colorful and gorgeous, his paintings draw you into…

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Evelyn Bencicova

Check out Berlin based photographer & art director Evelyn Bencicova’s series entitled “ECCE HOMO” which translates to “behold the man” according to the bible. Her incredible series portrays a company of performers posing in beautifully abstract choreographed & contorted positions set throughout various elements.

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Shae DeTar Part II

Fashion photographer Shae DeTar is an EK-favorite of ours. Her photos are original, hand colored, and beautifully composed scenes out of a daydream. Using an age old practice of hand painting negatives that dates back to the early 1900, she resurrects this traditional technique in her photography.

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Van Arno

Van Arno was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee and grew up in St. Louis, Missouri where he attended a Christian Science school from kindergarten through high school. He was accepted at Otis Parsons School of Design in Los Angeles where he studied under Carol Caroompas and Lita Albquerque, supporting himself working late nights as a bouncer…

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Ashlie Chavez

Ashlie Chavez is a photographer currently based out of Los Angeles, California who is the twin sister of Amber Marie Chavez (coincidentally previously featured back in July 2011). The Chavez twins collaborate regularly on projects where their individual styles stand apart from each other.

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EK Interview: DDiarte

DDiArte has been featured twice, their photography is massive in scope, a cacophonous explosion of human form.  With their photography they tell gripping and in depth stories of the human persona, odes to nature, love , lust and more.  Here is their interview:

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Susannah Martin

Susannah Martin is a NYU fine artist alumni that currently resides in Frankfurt, Germany. “I have always been fascinated by how artists throughout human history have chosen to represent our interconnection with nature through the nude and how these choices reflect their epoch. For the primordial artist, nature was home. When he drew images of…

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EK Roundtable Series: Human Form

How do you view the feminine versus the masculine form, what qualities do they share and what qualities are unique to each?  How are those qualities reflected in the stigmas society attributes to feminine and masculine form?  As artists you are both curators and commentators, your work takes into account as well as addresses the…

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EK Interview: Erin M Riley

Erin Riley’s work is vibrant, violent, beautiful, sad but above all honest.  She makes tapestries addressing the myriad of issues youth, and particularly women, face and the pain that we go through and sometimes inflict upon ourselves.  Erin Riley will be showing her work starting TODAY at the Extension Gallery – Orchard Skateshop in Boston, MA, so…

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