Ejiwa Ebenebe, who goes by the nickname “Edge,” is an illustrator based out of British Columbia whose subjects, often young women of color, occupy positions of power and mystery in fantasia-like settings, where they stare […]
Masaaki Sasamoto was born in Tokyo in 1966, graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 1989, and has been exhibiting ever since.
Viktor Mikhaylovich Vasnetsov (1848 – 1926) was a Russian painter and one of the founders of the nationalist romantic movement, the so-called “Russian Revival.” After graduating from the seminary, Vasnetsov moved to St. Petersburg, where […]
It’s hard to be unhappy looking at the work of Nicole Gustafsson, AKA Nimasprout. Relentlessly bright and colorful, her art is both cosmic and hermetic. Whether it’s islands in space dripping rainbow rivers or pop […]
Later this year, the Petit Palais in Paris will host an exhibition on one of the most enigmatic and little-known figures in architecture, Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1825), whose fanciful, unorthodox, yet exactingly illustrated designs were just […]
“The mirror was often used as a symbol of the vanity of woman. The moralizing, however, was mostly hypocritical. You painted a naked woman because you enjoyed looking at her, you put a mirror in […]