By KJ Hannah Greenberg Top Row, Left to Right: "Four Compartments of the Heart," "Progress," and "Dragon" Bottom Row, Left to Right: "Bovine," "Mitosis" and "Yups"
By KJ Hannah Greenberg EmergentDuring Allegorical SurveysCatalystBlind AlleysSelecting Among Possibilities
By Oladasu Michael Emerald In his early twenties, Oladosu Michael Emerald writes from Ogun State, Nigeria. He is a poet, an artist, an actor and a worshipper of music , who gathers muse from personal experiences, happenings in society and nature. He has a silvery voice that etches in the heart of his audience. Say hi … Continue reading Identity
Always We Want More To hear, in the winds, the sounds of riches, is to begin wanting, aching, for more wealth, more riches; but, what are riches to a man who has everything that is important; They are nothing, mere specs of sand in the proverbial hourglass of time; Only the fool drops his real … Continue reading Poems by Mark O. Decker
By Tomer Peretz “Alejandro”, 2019 Oil on Canvas 72” x 60” Part of my upcoming exhibition “Incomplete”, Ouro Studio, LA, CA Narcos actor, Alejandro Edda is a friend of mine and he is staring in a short film called “El Bus”; a story of a family man who gives up on life. Not being … Continue reading Alejandro, 2019
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Juliet Mill is an artist from Long Island, New York
By Victor Schegin This is an artwork of my dystopia-themed series. The meaning of the text written on the canvas is exactly what you think. This piece supposes feelings, memories, and pieces of you are material. People began selling, buying, trading them some time ago. Through this 116 x 81 cm work I want … Continue reading No Future