Nadia Belerique creates contemporary installations with a photographic eye, building scenes with mixed materials.
She doesn’t like labels and her work defies categorization. Meet Christine Boswijk.
For Gu, art is not about perfecting expression through one medium, it’s about ideas.
There’s nothing quite as charmingly twee as a Wes Anderson scene—except, perhaps, a boxed diorama of a Wes Anderson scene.
Chinese visual artist Liu Bolin has found success within a curious paradox: he stands out by blending in.
His work, mostly acrylic on canvas portraits and landscapes, belies an uncommon aptitude for capturing energy and narrative, and a keen sense of colour.
Twenty-nine-year-old South African artist Lorraine Loots creates eight by ten millimetre portraits in which anything can be recast as a tiny delight, from a Malayan tapir calf, to a National Sea Rescue Institute boat, to a stellar jet streaking across the Grand Nebula.