Italian Renaissance V Giuseppe Gradella

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Stories


Giacomo Bevanati

Wire Artist

Roberto Cambi

Ceramic Artist

Rano Pano

Urbex Photographer

Editorial


Limited Edition Design War Chairs
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“War Chairs” Limited edition design Project by OKB..SPK

With the notion of “recovering the past with an eye to the future”, Italian artist duo SPK..OKB’s War Chairs exclusive chair collection has been brought to light. There is a fluidity in their artistic partnership: OKB focuses on the conceptual and is the primary designer while SPK is the “doer” and uses his hands to create whilst adding his own ideas in the process. In collaboration with the skill of a long-time craftsman read more
Exhibition Giuseppe Gradella
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“ITALIAN RENAISSANCE” – An Exhibition by Giuseppe Gradella

The photographic portrait is a required rite of passage for every photographer, but it can also be a trap due to the difficulties involved. If equipped with a deep artistic sensibility and spirit, however, the photographer is capable of entering into a sort of spiritual symbiosis with the subject, giving the portrait a strength that goes beyond technical, compositional and aesthetic mastery. read more

Interviews


Urbex Photography Rano Pano
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Interview with Rano Pano Talented Photographer of Urbex Photography

Urban Exploration Photography, or urbex photography, is an increasingly common genre in the world of photography: it consists in exploring abandoned places in order to capture their extremely evocative, mysterious and decadent charm. Places non-places, who come back to life for a while and again strongly evoke old memories of a lost prestige. read more
Interview Artist Ruth Hiller
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Interview With American Artist Ruth Hiller

Interview whit artist Ruth Hiller: FG: When did your passion for art start and how did it come to you? RUTH HILLER: My passion for art started as a small child when I visited Disneyland in the late 60’s. I was obsessed with drawing Mickey Mouse and Pluto! read more