Alyââ KamelUnder her brush and pen; people appear. These are ordinary people: men and women. They want to live only and live well, take responsibility for who they are and who they aspire to be.
Caroline de BoissieuHer precise choice of techniques remains composite, the mixture symbolising both the force of her convictions and the sensitivity of her eye as an artist and a woman.
Catherine v. d. SteenThe phonomena of THE city is the most appealing object of exploration to Dutch-origined artist.
Cyril Le VanLe Van’s art questions the transfer of values: brands, symbols of our society, are slowly replacing profound human values.
Dominique BarreauIn his artworks, one of the most important French contemporary artists captures the sociological moment of megacities.
Elif GülenUnderstanding cities' genius loci an actual spirit, Suyabatmaz is a photographer—a ghost hunter. She uses just an iPhone for her atmospheric, almost esoteric, city portraits.