• Interviews
    My Hometown: Igor Barkhatkov

    Igor Barkhatkov is a passionate Belarusian painter whose life has been enriched with art and creativity for as long as he can remember. With a painter for a father, a musician for a mother, and an upbringing decorated with inspiring mentors, immersive artistic summers and memories to last a lifetime, his story is full of fascinating history and a palpable,…

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    A Day With Victoria Horkan

    Today we’re taking you into the studio of Victoria Horkan – a talented British painter whose works boast a vibrant colour palette, allusions to creatures of the sea and sky and expressive strokes that encourage each viewer to make emotional connections. From listening to music to overcoming self doubt to winding down with the help of her canine companions, Horkan’s…

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    A Day With Igor Prokop

    Igor Prokop is a Hungarian creative force with a spirit as wild as the colors and strokes that decorate his expansive paintings. Convinced thatmathematics, science and art are not mutually exclusive and should not be seen as such, he explores and pushes the boundaries of art, investigating its purpose and his place within it. Read on to find out how…

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    My Hometown: Ilya Volykhine

    From Russian winters to Hawaiian seas, New York’s concrete jungle to Australia’s mountains, Ilya Volykhine is as seasoned a traveller as he is an artist. Now based in New Zealand, we caught up with the painter to gain insight into how different places have influenced his identity and art. How does your hometown inform your art? Just like the best…

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    A Day With Alfred Freddy Krupa

    Alfred Freddy Krupa is a Croatian artist of versatility and passion. Formally trained and with a wide range of creative interests that he’s held and explored since a young age, his art marries a variety of influences to arrive at a point of distinction. We caught up with Alfred to delve deeper into his artistic motivations, goals and reflections. Good…

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    Address Book: Amsterdam

    Our new series – Address Book, is here to take you all around the art world, one week at a time. For our third offering, we’re cycling over to the canals, cafés and coffee shops of a Dutch icon – Amsterdam. As if its quaint narrow streets, dollhouse-like architecture and a labyrinth of stunning canals weren’t enough, Amsterdam also boasts…

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    A Day With Roman Nogin

    Ukrainian artist Roman Nogin is a versatile, passionate creative whose stimulus is as wide-ranging as his artistic output. Centred on Romanticism and the feeling of an irresistible connection between time, place, epoch, society, art and nature, he dances across many styles to capture different ideas, essences and perspectives. Read on to discover how he achieves this clever mix. Good morning,…

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    Address Book: Los Angeles

    Our new series – Address Book, is here to take you all around the art world, one week at a time. For our second installment, we’re escaping the cold winter of Paris for some Californian sunshine. It turns out LA isn’t just home to wannabe actors and green smoothies – there’s limitless offerings of art to be explored, too! Read…

  • Address book • Art news • Exhibitions and fairs
    Address Book: Paris

    Our new series – Address Book, will take you all around the art world, one week at a time. To start us off, we’re exploring The big French five that characterize L’Hexagone’s exquisite City of Lights. From sphinxes and selfies to galleries and gardens, it’s time to explore the creators, curators, viewers and subjects of some of the world’s finest…

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    A Day With Kirstin McCoy

    Kirstin McCoy is an Irish-born, France-based painter whose picturesque country surroundings never fail to inspire her. From fresh pastries to silent workspaces to serene outdoor settings, a work of art is never far away. Discover how she fell into art, works with it daily and looks forward to a future influenced by it. Good morning, Kirstin! What’s the first thing…