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    Interview with Rafal Zawistowski

    How did you find your voice as an artist? After spending a year in Florence Italy, I was intrigued by how portraiture is idealised in frescos and in early renaissance painting. I was lucky enough to have a friend who was a restorer and upon visiting his studio and seeing a work being restored up close I realised there is…

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    Interview with Xavier Garcia

    Please introduce yourself to us! My name is Xavi García and I was born in Alicante, Spain in 1974. I have a BA in Fine Art from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and I teach art in secondary schools. I am passionate about art and education; it is vital that we bring art to young people. Through this, I combine…

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    Interview with Jordi Machi

    How did you find your voice as an artist? My identity as an artist is a journey from my childhood until today and my voice is constantly evolving. I remember my colored pencils, how I abstracted when I draw, I remember also my favorite cartoons and the emotion they made me feel. I always loved traveling to imaginary world far…

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    Interview with Damian Siqueiros

    Can you tell us a bit about you? I consider myself an “artivist”. I create socially engaged art that also uses beauty as a mean of emotional engagement with the public. I’m very involved in the process of creating the images, which has led me to become a good make-up artist, set and costume designer and digital artist. I love…

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    Interview with Joonhong Min

    Please introduce yourself to us! Born in Seoul, South Korea in 1984, I currently live and work in London. Both two years at the US Military in 2010 and at University College London in the UK in 2014 sculpted my perspective toward the contemporary society, of how it forms and breaks. I believe the personal gaze on the society expressed…

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    Interview with Andrea Marchesini

    How did you come to art, or how did art come to you? The artist does not “come to” anything nor does he receive external influence: he develops what he has in himself when existential circumstances “free” him from conditioning. In fact, the artist experiences life and its events in two ways: through common perception but also through the mind’s…

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    Interview with Jia Yuanhua

    Can you tell us a bit about you? Hi, my name is JiaYuanhua, an artist from China. Before being an artist, I worked as computer specialist for nearly 10 years, like programmer, web design, flash design, etc. So if you look at my artworks, you may find some characters that may have some relationships with my career as computer specialist,…

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    Interview with Ofir Dor

    Can you tell us a bit about you? I was born in Israel, I grew up there and I went to the art Academy in Jerusalem. I Left Tel Aviv in 2007 and ever since I’ve been living and working mostly in Berlin, with periods in Mexico, Paris and Galilee. The Waitress, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 75 x 60 cm…

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    Interview with the photographer Paul Bulteel

    Please introduce yourself to us ! My profile as a photographer is maybe somewhat unusual. My professional career was not in photography but developed as a senior industry manager. At the same time I have a lifelong strong interest in culture and art. Photography enables my creative expression. How did you come to photography ? As a boy I was…

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    Interview with Albrecht Behmel: "My background as a writer gives me a special perspective on how to tell a story."

    Albrecht Behmel’s artistic career defies traditionals patterns. He studied philosophy and history of the arts in Heidelberg and Berlin while experimenting with street art, graffiti and writing. He worked in tech and in galleries, while publishing his first book during his freshman year in college and sold his first painting for a high 5-figure sum after years of developing his…