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Florent Tissier

Passages of Formalism Photographer, France “Nature, raw material, water, sand, stone, wood, the passage of time, the movement  of nature in time, all kinds of passages. Black & White creates more poetry...
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Natalya Romashina

Inspired Intuition Natalya Romashina – Photographer, writer, musician. Russia “I have always seen the extraordinary things that other people don’t  usually notice. When it comes to the state of inspiration, or delirium,...
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Sonia De Franceschi

Art Nouveau and Symbolism Painter, Italy “The etching technique suits perfectly the irremissibly exigency of absolute bi-dimensionality, of evocative spaces and pure sharp outlines to reach a complete abstraction, to...
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Isolation and Creativity

Isolation is a kind of separation; every separation has a price and yet this separation brings gifts, in the long run, artistic creation. When a person is isolated more than...
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Mutation Urbaine

Music Interview, post Industrial, neoclassical Alexandre Garcia, Le Hibou, musician, visual artist “Deserted  landscapes, strangers’ walks , a hidden shadow, post- apocalyptic cities or ancient temples hidden in the jungle, the flight of...
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Victorian Cross-dressing

“My lady, your moustache” Retro Naivety, by Roberta Sparrow   Cross-dressing has been used as a literary trope in modern times and throughout history. It does not, however, necessarily indicate transgender...
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