Alisa Yoffe

Alisa Yoffe was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in 1987. She studied contemporary art at MMOMA School of Contemporary Art, The Institute of Contemporary Art in Moscow (ICA Moscow) and attended Anatoly Osmolovsky’s lecture course in 2008. Alisa had a number of personal exhibitions in Russia and participated in several international group shows such as Lost in Translation — the Collateral Event of the 55th International Venice Biennale, … Continue reading

TEXT MUSEUM

TEXT MUSEUM — is a traveling pop-up gallery and online platform for contemporary art. They collaborate with art institutions, galleries, and cultural venues worldwide to explore and collide international art scenes and create dialogues between artists and local audience. The project’s main aim is to discover, produce and support selected perspective emerging artists and photographers through arranging their museum-quality … Continue reading

NØN mirrors

NØN mirrors

My new hobby. The best convex mirrors in the universe. NØN mirrors / instagram

Arthur Tress

Wow effect.

Kenneth Gustavsson

Stories that you’ve never heard.

Michel Pinel

Poor mixture.

Juergen Teller

Teller tells modern tales.

Dana Kyndrová

Almost russian.

Jeff Bark

Be in kid gloves, he is quite possessed.

Miles Aldridge

Better Sex.

Carl De Keyzer

Unbelievable good compositions.

Martine Franck

Women power + Balthus.

Art Shay

Feel that freedom.

Peter Marlow

Another silent magnum.

Gregory Maiofis

Russian allegories.

Neil Krug

Pulp like pulp.

Milton Avery

Flat perspective.

Edvard Munch

Such a love, you know.

Mary Swanzy

Something to leaf through.

Jim Dow

Don’t you wanna be there?

Harry Gruyaert

True colors.

Nadav Kander

Silent power of mist.

Riccardo Tinelli

French pop-porn.

Bill Henson

What’s the price of genius?

Ajit Chauhan

Personal impersonality.