Eugenia Loli has skillfully mastered the art of collage. She brings back to life the vintage images from the 1950s that she cuts out, Photoshops, and rearranges with other images to give them completely different meanings – often playful, yet with a hint of sarcasm.
Having originally trained as a painter, the photography of Alex Yudzon is deeply rooted in the practice and history of painting. In his latest series of photographs, titled Raft of the Medusa, he utilizes the interrelated languages of painting and photography to examine our collective anxieties of social collapse.
Everyone has in mind the famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci that, under the name of The Last Supper, represents Jesus’s last meal. Since then, numerous other artists, photographers, and illustrators have stuck to it, making this meal a source of inspiration without limits.
Terra Madre, the huge event by Slow Food, has come to a close today after six days of debates, meetings, and celebrations of our differences as well as biodiversity. Here is a tour of images of this event that has pushed us to think in another way about our relationship to the world and food.
The Vegetable Weapon series by Japanese photographer Tsuyoshi Ozawa shows young women armed with vegetables. It is a series denouncing the stupidity of war and violence that is more relevant than ever.
Accident Series is a project by the artist Zeren Badar. He manipulates reproduced works of art, on which he glues, paints, and places common objects (most often for eating). It is a surprising and colorful mix that gives a modern taste to classic portraits.
The transformation of life into element, the reconnection between us and our food, this is the perspective that is offered to us by Geneviève Hofman through the making of bread.
Cuisin’ Situ, a project by Caroline Lopez and Studio Exquisite, is something between a culinary voyage around the world (by bicycle, thank you very much!) and the experience of the esthetic and taste transmission with Paris.
Brendan O’Connell is an American. He never planned on being a painter; but one might say that it was in fact painting that forced itself on him. For the last seven years, he has focused on painting Walmart stores, a place where all classes of people come together.
Still life photographer and visual artist, Ludovic Alussi, explores through his various personal works the world’s excesses. He speaks thus of recycling and ecology as much as he does waste and overconsumption.