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It was a rainy December afternoon in Miami. We took a shuttle from Art Basel to the Satellite Art Fair, way up in the city. As we entered the…

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Brad Phillips doesn’t give a fuck about contemporary art. But should you denounce his art because of that? No, and for many reasons. It is not often that an…

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Tristan Pigott’s oil-on-linen portraits are not the cracked Renaissance-era faces in burgundy and brown that line fine art museums’ dustiest corridors. They are bright windows offering views into an…

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THE FINE PRINT: You started painting in the 90s, which means it’s been over 15 years now! How has your art evolved over the years? LOUIS CARREON: My art…

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Canadian entrepreneur Nicolas Duvernois’ name has been on everyone’s lips for the past year. PUR vodka, his first alcohol venture, is «Canada’s most awarded ultra-premium vodka» and he is just getting…

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One of the world’s most anticipated art fairs, the one-and-only Art Basel – Miami Beach edition, occurred from December 3rd to December 6th, 2015 at the Miami Beach Convention…

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Well, this was one EVENTFUL TRIP! We are blessed as a new publication to have been invited to so many events and meeting so many inspiring people. But, as we…

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Los Angeles-based artist Devin Troy Strother wields humor with an acerbity not often seen in the prestigious exhibition spaces his work frequent. With titles like “Gurrrl I’m just talking…

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Joshua Citarella is a multi-media artist born and based in New York City. Citarella approaches digital media from the perspective of an installation artist, curating his digital prints within…

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THE FINE PRINT: Would you say your Polish origins influence your work in any way? GOSIA WALTON: For many years I rejected my background and never felt particularly patriotic…

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“Long live the new flesh.” This last bit of dialogue from James Woods’ character in David Cronenberg’s 1983 sci-fi film Videodrome not only lends a phrase to one of…

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AB/MB is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited! Our Editor-in-Chief Estelle Gervais will have the pleasure to be covering this year’s edition for THE FINE…

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Erin O’Keefe’s collage crushes all trust in photography as a portrayal of reality. By merging her artistic identities as architect and photographer, O’Keefe distorts perception with undoubtedly three-dimensional sculptures…

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Tomás Saraceno’s gravity-defying installations are sandboxes for the dreaming mind. For In orbit (2013), reality is literally suspended as people walk through the sky. On the piazza floor of…

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Norwegian graphic designer and artist Oscar Gronner translates the monotonous everyday to the page with childlike illustrations of adults. Beige backgrounds become depthless worlds where figures peer, lounge and…

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Find a physical comfort. Look at your fingers, your toes. Count them; order them in any kind of obscure way possible. Now, sprawl out on a mattress; loosen your…

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THE FINE PRINT: First things first, I am interested in the origin story of the Gaijin Collective. Who are your members and how did you first come together socially…

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Danish photographer and digital distortion master ASGER CARLSEN used to be a crime scene photographer for a newspaper. Odd career path? Not so much. Like most people’s reaction the…

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Oct 12, 2015

CLOSER

AN EDITORIAL ANNEX TO THE MACRO SHOT FASCINATION Photography LE PIGEON Creative direction BIANCA DI BLASIO (Dulcedo Artists) Production design CAROLYNE DE BELLEFEUILLE Styling IZABEL SOUCY (Dulcedo Artists) Makeup…

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Oct 12, 2015

PROFILE: BESS NYC

BESS NYC’S FAUX FASHION ADS ARE MAKING WAVES. Doug Abraham has reinvented himself as an artist about as many times as his new creative project @BESSNYC4 has been deleted…

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Oct 10, 2015

PROFILE: MARK WHALEN

Mark Whalen is a mixed media artist based out of Los Angeles, well known in Australia by his street art name Kill Pixie, and represented by the Edwina Corlette…

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TFP: First, I’d like to know a bit more about YOU. What has pushed you to becoming an artist? STEPHANIE LOPES SIMOES: I’m a very chaotic person, always been…

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Whether collaborating with local fashion and music labels, or filling sketchbooks with inks of female curves, graphic designer and artist, Jean André is a staple in his home of…

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THE FINE PRINT: Your drawings represent the perfect balance of sexy and violent, while still portraying very provocative, feminine, and feminist views. Do those adjectives describe yourself as well?…

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THE FINE PRINT: Your work is divided between portraits, drawings and paintings. Could you describe to me, in your own words, your artwork? SABRINA POHL: It’s true, I use…

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Vector Gallery occupies a bizarre head space. The physical space it inhabits has recently made a drastic change from its prominent spot in New York City’s Lower East Side…

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THE FINE PRINT: There isn’t much about you out there, so please fill us in. COCO STAR SIMS: My name is Coco Star Sims. I am from, Melbourne, Australia…

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THE FINE PRINT: You are based in Madrid, Spain. It is such a colourful country in every sense of the word; culture, architecture, landscape, heritage, food, art… How does…

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THE FINE PRINT: You’ve had the chance to collaborate with the likes of Vfiles and Patricia Field. How do these collaborative products evolve into final products? SCOOTER LAFORGE: The…

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THE FINE PRINT: Your work is a mix between collages and illustrations, both digital and manual, as well as photo manipulation. How has it evolved over the years to…

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THE FINE PRINT: Did you ever consider adding photography into your skills in order to create fully original pieces? Or is remaking existing artwork and adding your touch to…

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In many ways,  Alyson Shotz’s sculptures are about their own material existence and the ways in which these objects occupy space. It is as though Shotz is shaping space…

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THE FINE PRINT: Tell us more about your background and how did you get involved in photography? OSCAR OUK: My educational background is actually in the sciences; I know,…

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THE FINE PRINT: How did you become interested in visual arts? Tell me more about your background and how your work has evolved over the years. ROLLIN LEONARD: I…

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  THE FINE PRINT: You are a self-taught artist, which is remarkable considering the meticulous thoughtfulness of your designs. How did you become interested in visual art? TOM HANCOCKS:…

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THE FINE PRINT: How did photography become your chosen career? MARIO KROES: Growing up, I was always envious of friends that knew what they wanted to do with their…

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Antoine TAVA is a Montreal-based pop artist. Renown for his “dripping” visual effects, from-Dubai-to-Brooklyn recognizable “screaming heart” icon, and dope Adidas SS sneakers series, he is an obvious pick…

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Chloe Wise is serving delectable satire on an international scale this month with a solo residency-like exhibition at Galerie Sébastien Bertrand in Geneva Switzerland. That would be something else,…

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Andrew Boyle is an Australian photographer, now based in New York City, whose constant search of the perfect capture, whether it’d be backstage at fashion week or brushing shoulders at…

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