• Ana Teresa Fernández

    There are five questions we always ask ourselves as readers, writers and critics of the arts, “Who, What, Where, When, and Why.”  Social sculptor and artist Ana Teresa Fernández along with designer and architect Johanna Grawunder created five illuminated sculptures you can find installed around the 5M campus in San Francisco.  Located in key adjacent public spaces these simple questions make the […]

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  • The Nuance of Marc-Antoine Locatelli

    The filmmaker describes that the inspiration came from different readings and lot of artists as Oskar Fischinger, Bill Viola and Eadweard Muybridge.  I just made the film in the framework of a school project where students had to imagine how art could evolve into the future.  So, I wondered how the man would succeed to […]

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  • The Narrative of Emma Le Doyen

    My photographic work is based on a daily ritual through which I construct series of work.  My photographs essentially focus on compositions, lines, and color.  What is important to me is telling a story, and above all inducing a tone, an ambiance, and constructing a universe. I can also create series around precise histories, characters, […]

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  • Diego Valles: The Light of Mata Ortiz

    Diego Valles has revitalized the tradition of Mexican Ceramics.  A native of Mata Ortiz, a small village in Chihuahua, Mexico less than 100 miles from the US-Mexico border, Valles has found his voice in the magic of the past. My passion has always been art.  I sculpt and paint as a distraction from my daily […]

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