Ren Hang: The Art of Taboo


‘I don’t really view my work as taboo, because I don’t think so much in cultural context, or political context. I don’t intentionally push boundaries, I just do what I do.’ Born in jilin province in 1987, Hang was best know for his images of chinese youth, often naked and arranged in strange and surreal compositions. Poet and photographer, the artist combined urban and

Ceslovas Cesnakevicius: Zoo


Lithuanian artist Ceslovas Cesnakevicius‘ photo manipulations using two images imagine what it would be like if we shared our every day world with wild animals. The whimsical black and white photographs were taken during Cesnakevicius travels in London and Amsterdam. ‘I saw the diversity of people of different cultures and nationalities, with all sorts of extravagant outfits and looks and yet people keep to themselves

Yamamoto Masao: Shizuka


Shizuka (Cleanse) Living in the forest, I feel the presence of many “treasures” breathing quietly in nature. I call this presence “Shizuka.” “Shizuka” means cleansed, pure, clear, and untainted. I walk around the forest and harvest my “Shizuka” treasures from soil. I try to catch the faint light radiated by these treasures with both my eyes and my camera. In Tao Te Ching ,

Mika Rottenberg: Cheese


Mika Rottenberg was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1976. She immigrated to Israel with her family in 1977. In 1998, she graduated from Hamidrasha, Bait Berl College of Arts, Israel. In 2000, Rottenberg moved to New York to continue her education, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in 2000 and a Master of Fines Arts from Columbia University

Paolo Regis: Human Power


A point, a line, a fragment, an outline, a form, a shape, a face, a spirit, a presence, a surface, a space, a territory, an event, a story. A set, a crowd. This is the vision of photographer Paolo Regis (1979) which presents the photographic project “Human Power”. What is the unit of measure of this multitude? And the question from which the visual pathway,