· INSTALLATION ·

Baptiste Debombourg’s Aerial
Baptiste Debombourg, of staple art fame, has just released his latest work: Aerial. “The mind is everything. The material is the servant of spiritual,” is the simple description of the site-specific installation now at the Abbey Brauweiler in Germany, which took 420 hours and two tons of glass to accomplish. The French artist is known […]

· INSTALLATION ·

Babak Golkar’s Installations
Mostly known for his ‘Negotiating Space‘ installations where he installed skyscraper models over Persian carpets, the Canada-based Iranian artist Babak Golkar‘s practice spreads across diverse medium, ranging from drawing, video, performance, sculpture and site-specific installation; nonetheless, his interests in subjects and issues surrounding his practice remain constant. While employing engagement strategies such as humor and […]

· EDITORIAL ,MIXED MEDIA ·

Ina Jang in Jalouse April 2012
Ina Jang not only takes photos, she also shows you what she likes and doesn’t like in them. That’s because the Brooklyn-based photographer takes to each photo with a pair of scissors, snipping out a few elements of her choosing. “I started it because I was struggling to make images at the time,” she says […]

· ART ·

Peter Phillips’ Leather Masks
Renown British artist Peter Phillips created these stunning leather masks for an editorial photographed by Richard Burbridge  for Exhibition Magazine’s Leather issue.

· PAINTING ·

Kon Trubkovich’s Glitch Paintings
It was just a matter of time before young, modern artists would draw from technology and gadgets for inspiration. Take the work of Kon Trubkovich, a Russian-born, New York-based artist born in 1979. He begins his work by filming his own videos, which he further analyzes, sometimes presenting selected clips as separate films, and then […]