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Baptiste Rabichon - The Hybridization of Genres

It takes some time to visually grasp the works of Baptiste Rabichon. His "photographs" are mysterious, which both amazes us and makes us questions his work. We are plunged into a parallel universe, a kind of fabulous country where everything is possible, even illogical. To understand them, we must therefore take the time to decipher them.

14 Nov 2018 by Coral Nieto garcia
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Sarah Maple A Bold, Brave But Controversial Visual Artist

Sarah Maple, recently chosen to display her work at the 'Not 30%' exhibition, is a visual artist known for her witty, playful and controversial pieces. She deals with taboo subjects such as religion, a topic which particularly resonates with her. It is through her images that she learnt to embrace her cultural background and to speak up for inequalities in society. She doesn’t put up answers, but poses questions for society to dwell on.

22 Oct 2018 by Phoebe Cook
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Gerda Taro, The Forgotten Photojournalist

Today, Google is honoring Gerda Taro’s 108th birthday for the recognition of her  time as a female wartime photographer with a Google Doodle as shown above. she is regarded as the first female to shoot on the front lines of conflict (as well as the first to die while doing so).

01 Aug 2018 by Lisa Scarpa

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The Selfie: the instant self-portrait

The selfie has never been so present in our everyfay vocabulary, numerous artists are using it as way to express, denunciate and provocate such as Cindy Sherman, Ai Weiwei, Martin Parr, Paulo Abalos, Luisa Dorr and Navin Kala.

12 Dec 2018 by Coline Olsina