When law student Dessi Terzieva isn’t busy studying, she spends her time creating these gorgeous and striking collages. The Detroit-based 22-year-old explains her hobby simply: “I maintain my sanity through my art.” Usually working with cut pictures from old books and magazines, Dessi has recently ventured into digital collages
While collages are considered as a generally surreal artistic expression, Jean-Francois Lepage throughout his career managed to imprint surrealism within the surrealism. From June 11th to August 31st, the visitors of Hauser+Hauser web gallery will have the chance to discover his work through an interactive exhibition. When observing Lepage’s work, that is no stranger to [...]
“For the past seven years, I’ve been working exclusively with ledger paper. I’m interested in exploring ideas about serial structure, currency, our financial architecture, capital as an ungrounded sign, and ‘value’ in general,” says Jill Sylvia in a recent
Just how good is Izziyana Suhaimi? Let us count the ways: the Singaporean artist embroiders to pinpoint perfection, dabbles with watercolor, and obviously knows how to wield a pencil. And she tends to do all these things within a single piece of work. Izziyana first stumbled upon this hybrid technique while doing a school project [...]
From a distance, David Oliveira’s wire works look like ink doodles. When you step closer, they still look like ink doodles. This is because David has the ability to make something as rigid and unforgiving as metal wire look like a fluid, if not languid, figure. With both a degree in
Artist Henrietta Harris had two solo shows the years right after she graduated: “He Had An Offbeat Delivery And I Loved It” and “Show Some Decorum”. Straight to the point, Henrietta has been a part of shows pretty much every year since she graduated from Fine Arts from Auckland University of Technology.
I just discovered the work of German artist Wolfgang Laib and his installation using pollen, beeswax and rice that he collects by hand looks pretty amazing! Wolfgang Laib finds spirituality in the simplicity of everyday, organic substances—milk, pollen, beeswax, rice—that provide sustenance or engender life. In 1975 he created his first Milkstone in what has
For German visual artist Andreas Nicolas Fischer, using one medium to display visual art is just not good enough, so instead Fischer has created multiple media pieces that will make you feel like your looking down on another world. Using custom software that uses a swarm of particles to gradually create an