Imaginary observatories by Noémie Goudal

Noémie Goudal is a french artist who lives and works between Paris and London. Fiction meets reality in her photographic work. In 2010, she graduated from the Royal College of Art and since, she has worked on many series. She produces images using a documentary aesthetic[...]
North Atlantic Ocean Cliffs of Moher, 1989

Seascapes' timelessness by Hiroshi Sugimoto

With these sea landscapes that spill out of the frame, subtle variations of the water surface, more or less distinct horizons, Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photographs question timelessness. For over 30 years, the Japanese photographer has travelled the world, feeding his Seascapes series, which was the object[...]

Immersive canevas of Ran Ortner

The painter Ran Ortner, who was born in 1959 in San Francisco, is driven by rhythm, movement and the sensory system. The former professional motorbike racer and die-hard surfer developed a personal technique with a penchant for minimalism from 1990 onwards. He found the ideal language[...]

The Colorful Liquids from Leslie David

Leslie David founded her studio in Paris in 2008. Passionate about fashion and music, she has been working on projects and collaborations with the biggest brands and the greatest modern musicians. Leslie draws her inspiration from the textures, patterns, geometry of art deco shapes, the[...]

Marine life photography by Shane Gross

Shane Gross is a photojournalist. From Saskatchewan in Canada and rewarded on numerous occasions, he specializes in marine conservation shots. In 2012, he traveled to the Bahamas to document the splendor and degradation of the ocean environment. With his images and stories, Shane Gross tries[...]

The aquatic scenes of Christy Lee Rogers

Christy Lee Rogers is a visual artist from Kailua, Hawaii. Her obsession with water as a medium for breaking the conventions of contemporary photography has led to her work being compared to Baroque painting masters like Caravaggio. Boisterous in color and complexity, Rogers applies her[...]

Min Jung-Yeon 's organic shapes

Born in 1979 in South Korea, Min Jung-Yeon is graduated from Hongick University in Seoul and the Beaux-Arts in Paris. Regularly exhibited in galleries located in Asia, Europe and in Orient since 2004, she also participated in Medi(t)ation, the third Asian contemporary art biennial presented[...]
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