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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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Ceramic artists

Anna Volpi


Ruth Hiller



pille monzambano

Event vs Pille 73

Event: Pille Monzambano (Mantua – Italy) vs Pille 73, a one-of-a-kind event where real and virtual reality communicate with each other in an high-sensorial and intimate space.A small web gallery, which was born online, comes out of the virtual world in order to communicate with a home gallery whose motto is: “to be there, to look, to laugh, to taste, to own, to recall, to live”,.....
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American Hyperreality Eric Randall Morris

American Hyperreality Photography Project by Eric Randall Morris

An American Hyperreality is project by Eric Randall Morris where vernacular American architecture is removed from its context, distorted and turned into fantastical patterns in this manipulated photography. This ongoing series explores a distorted vision of the American dream and represents an architecture of the unconscious. read more


Figurative Sculptures Lidia Kostanek

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
Acrylic on Paper Untitled XII

Interview Dark Artist Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi was born in Viareggio in 1988 and currently lives and works in Camaiore (Italy). With a fascination with the occult and surrealism, Francesco finds common ground with Kenneth Anger’s avant-garde cinematography, Roland Topor’s animation movies, David Lynch’s surreal and experimental short films and John Waters’ grotesque dark comedies. read more