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We are proud to announce our official partnership with the growing creative social media platform Ello. They’ve built a social media platform for artists, by artists – and that is a vision that we share.

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Giacomo Bevanati Artrooms London
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Giacomo Bevanati – Artrooms London Exhibition

Welcome Home is based on the idea of an intimate space, where the visitors will be introduced to Giacomo Bevanati’s wonderful creatures and imaginary friends.You will meet a magic shaman, who can smell the essence of your soul. You will hear the Lullaby of the Birdwoman – a journey of tenderness and confusion. You will try and save Ariadne from the trap she builds for herself, and be taught how to listen to your inner voice. read more
Steampunk Lamp VS-HNBV by Blume Labo
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“Viölett Gas” Art Lamps Series by Blume Labo

“17th September 1944, Ardennes. 101 Airborne Forces. An C47 aircraft off course heading to Dunkirk jettisons its crew and definitely misses the target. While trying to return to the  muster point, the men come across a trap door that leads to an underground bunker. They enter cautiously and discover a strange laboratory full of various objects they cannot easily identify. Each part has the same brand name punched in the metal: Viölett Gas”. read more

Interviews


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
Figurative Sculptures Lidia Kostanek
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Interview with Figurative Sculptures Artist Lidia Kostanek

Graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Lidia Kostanek is a Polish sculptor in constant evolution, whose figurative sculptures are capable of amazing the viewer through a skillfull union of perfect form and provocative meaning. Before discovering and dedicating herself to contemporary sculpture, she has worked with and experienced many techniques, from drawings to etching…. read more