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Art Crush: Tiffany Bozic
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Art Crush: Tiffany Bozic

Soon after publishing my interview with Montréal artist Laurence Vallières – who sculpts larger-than-life animal sculptures purely out of cardboard – I stumbled upon the phenomenal paintings of Tiffany Bozic and can already feel an animal theme going on in slight rebellion of my constant urban surroundings. Tiffany Bozic, a self-taught artist based in Marin, California, has … Continue reading

Art Crush: Pejac
Art Crush

Art Crush: Pejac

Enter the magical universe of Spanish artist Pejac who has taken to walls from London to Paris to Moscow to beautify architecture with hyperreal windows and shutters – portals to a different world. In his own words in an interview with Spanish newspaper 20minutos: “Both melancholy and humour are the locomotive of my works. They create … Continue reading

Art Crush: Rune Christensen
Art Crush

Art Crush: Rune Christensen

Today’s art crush is Rune Christensen, a self-taught artist and globetrotter based in Denmark. Seeing as our world becomes smaller and smaller by the minute, social media and various online platforms have become strongly influential in the discovery of new artists, galleries, series and creative practices. Yours truly stumbled upon Rune Christensen’s work on Instagram. His … Continue reading

Art Crush: Johnson Tsang
Art Crush

Art Crush: Johnson Tsang

Yet another of my favourites at Scope Fest during Miami Art Basel 2014 was found when I stumbled into Galleri Oxholm‘s booth. The gallery was highlighting the fantastically creepy ceramic sculptures of Hong Kong-based Johnson Tsang. Intricately detailed, his work fuses the surreal and hyperrealist in cynical sculptures of crying babies, devastated by war and worldwide … Continue reading

Katie Morton: Queen of the Broke Art Students
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Katie Morton: Queen of the Broke Art Students

We live in a city where an academic background is often times – and unfortunately – seen as the equivalent of creative experience, talent and professionalism. A very structured system defines what makes an “established” artist through age, length of resume and “reliable” references, sometimes forgetting to take passion, dedication and skill into account. In … Continue reading