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“Emotional Regurgitations” Acrylic on canvas Series by Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi’s series of eight acrylic on canvas and acrylic on paper paintings, Emotional Regurgitations, bare a sense of heavy anguish and are full of inner conflict in his scenes of androgynous figures haunted by dripping demons baring sharp teeth and glowing orbs that approach from behind. read more
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Lost – 48 Hours Art Festival – Willner Brauerei Berlin

This closing down of one of Berlin’s art hotspots did not go down without a fight, as for 5 years, art lovers all over the world lended their support to ensure this magnificent human center lives on. Alas the battle is lost, but art itself will continue to live forever, that is why in the last 48 hours of its existence before it moves on to our spiritual consciousness where it will abide forever, an art show will be hosted to give this arena of art a proper send-off. read more


Interview Ron Kibble

Interview to the Incendiary Artist Ron Kibble

Ron Kibble’s painting speaks a language which is made up of images, colours and signs, all mixed up in a rhythmic harmony revealing a consonance among the figurative expression and the gay world. His style and technique bring to transgressive and revolutionary results which remind of Basquiat’s graffitis through explicit and direct allusions. read more
Interview Artist Ruth Hiller

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