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Art as Part of My Life For as Far Back as I Can Remember, Kati Riikonen, 2017

Interview with Kati Riikonen, Helsinki, 2017 1) What are the influences of being an art teacher to your career as a contemporary artist? I believe that teaching fine arts has affected my own learning processes and artistic work. Innumerable times it has happened so that in a dialogical teaching situation […]


From Heaven to Hell, David Lachapelle

The baroque vision of David Lachapelle gives me the impression of a déjà-vu. I’ve been there, I’ve done that… It’s like feeling and reviewing sensations that are very known by me and my body, leading me to a known, but always mysterious world of life and death, ¨heaven to hell¨. Suddenly […]


Marcos Garrot, Geometrical and Constructive (born 1965)

“… The work of Marcos Garrot assures him a significant place among the Brazilian constructivists, which constitute one of the most solid and competent groups of the country creators.” Enock Sacramento   RF – What is the role of the color in your work? MG – The color is used […]


Hokusai (1760 – 1849)

The last feudal Japanese military government which existed between 1603 and 1868 during the known Edo Period, emerged Japanese Art in an obligatory and international recognition of its Art Masters. One of the main names from the end of this same period was Hokusai. It was a time of political […]


Hôtel de Lauzun – As Chic as It Gets.

Historian Mark Soléranski has just launched a book about the XVIIth Century luxury building in the heart of Paris: The Hôtel de Lauzun. The place is not only a building but a true Historical statement. In addition to it Mark dressed up for the signing event on a beautiful period costume from […]