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Rebirthing the fabric 

In the vibrant and numerous layers of contemporary art, there emerges a profound shift—a renaissance rooted in tradition, innovation, and sustainability. Across bustling streets and quiet alleys, artists are reclaiming discarded materials, breathing new life into forgotten remnants, and challenging the conventions of commercialism. In this burgeoning movement, the act of repurposing textiles becomes not…

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From the land, For the land

Exploring the fusion of rural heritage with contemporary art, Nishchay Thakur's unique practice embodies cultural memory and sustainability amidst a rapidly changing landscape. Through his transformative use of organic materials and traditional techniques, Thakur's work offers a poetic reflection on the evolving relationship between agrarian society and modernity. This article focuses on the unique, one-of-a-kind…

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Endangered Plastic Species

The humans who are incessantly littering and throwing away their plastic bottles at the beach obviously don't want marine species to perish or the ocean to overflow into the city, but they litter unconsciously because they simply 'can' do so. The artist attempts to confront this collective unconscious practice by directly addressing the treatment of…

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Jeff Hong

A large part of our childood is made of stories, as are out personalities. They have the power to change the world and with that very essence, Jeff Hong creates his art. Jeff Hong is an animation and storyboard artist who works in Disney Studios. Based out of Los Angeles, Hong developed a series called…

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Shadows Under The Sky

“I should understand the land, not as a commodity, an inert fact to be taken for granted, but as an ultimate value, enduring and alive, useful and beautiful and mysterious and formidable and comforting, beneficent and terribly demanding, worthy of the best of man’s attention and care.” ― Wendell Berry, The Hidden Wound. Soghra Khurasani’s ongoing…

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