Elegance and creativity are the two concepts that best identifies the new exhibition of the milanese painter and Damiano Falcone, arrive in Maccagno with Pino and Veddasca for the evening of Friday 12 October. “Symphony dance” is the title of the exhibition that will be inaugurated at the Meeting Point...
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The Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico (Volos, Greece, 1888 – Rome, 1978) is best known for his enigmatic paintings, and for the The article The paintings of Giorgio de Chirico come to life in animation by Julien Herman seems to be the first on KEBLOG.
“System error”: the controversial illustrations of a Polish artist shows the dark side of modern society
Illustrator and artist Polish, as well as co-owner of the Morski Studio Graficzne, Igor Morski creates surreal imagery imbued with a hidden meaning. He graduated The article “system Error”: the controversial illustrations of a Polish artist shows the dark side of modern society seems to be the first...
Mira Nedyalkova has been given to fine art photography after years of painting. In 2007, he discovered that photography can be a
Jeremy Geddes is an australian painter who lives in Melbourne, and has studied painting at the Victorian College of the Arts,
We want to present the interesting work of Laurent Rosset, known on Instagram as Lory. Rosset sets out to create scenes that are impossible in the surreal
The mexican designer Paul Fuentes uses his wild imagination to create compositions in a surreal and realistic, tearing of the common objects from the
Surreal Arabesque is the new photographic project by the milanese artist Erika Zolli (known on the web under the pseudonym of Eribluff). Here are a few
The pictures of the Brooklyn artist Casey Weldon are a curious mix of references to pop culture and elements of the bizarre. Thanks to its
Tony in the Future, a digital artist in Berlin, who creates colourful surreal illustrations which seem to take the game of materialism and pop culture,
The australian artist Joel Rea creates extraordinary paintings photorealistic scenes within marine landscapes, often using a touch of the surreal. What is particularly
“The Vandenberg: Life Below the Surface” is a curious photo series of the photographer, austrian Andreas Franke, who captures scenes of daily life
The artist and French photographer Marc Sommer creates fantastic surreal scenes by blending everyday objects, images invented and his sense of humor.
Arno Minkkinen Raffael, a photographer who lives on the East Coast of the United States, has spent the past 40 years by creating self-portraits surreal
The artist couple Clark & Pougnaud has created a new series of magnificent pictures in which the woman is at the center