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ONE NIGHT STAND WITH JAMES FRANCO AT THE PSYCHO NACIREMA MOTEL

By Viktoria Knoblauh / 2013-06-06

Review of James Franco’s solo exhibition Psycho Nacirema at Pace Gallery, London or how we didn’t find out about his Russian ancestry I checked into James Franco’s Bates motel last night. In the beginning it was all going well. I (half) crashed the opening night of James Franco’s first solo exhibition in London, Psycho Nacirema, […]

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Slovenian photographer Matej Peljhan brings dreams to life

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-04-23

Slovenian photographer Matej Peljhan created a touching photo-series of a 12-year-old boy Luka who is suffering from muscular dystrophy. Luka is physically only capable of weak, tiny movements, but he has very vivid imagination which was brought to life with help of some props and change of perspective. Peljhan himself, lost his arm and his […]

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Papergirl Zagreb, Croatia

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-04-17

After Papergirl Estonia here is Papergirl Zagreb. To repeat: the basic idea is to distribute art like newspapers used to be distributed by paperboys. Anyone, regardless of age, education, profession, gender, or location. Any type and any amount of artworks is accepted, as long as it is rollable. Papergirl Zagreb had its debut last year […]

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Black Light Theatre roads seem to lead to Britain

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-04-15

Black light theatre is not new. Chinese used the principle of a black box ages  ago to perform for the emperor. Japanese took the black box trick to their puppet theatres, to put an emphasis on the puppets making the puppeteer invisible by wearing black. But the father of the Black light theatre principle as […]

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5th International Photography Festival Organ Vida

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-04-09

5th international photography festival Organ Vida is calling for submissions on the theme of Spaces Submissions are open to everyone of legal age to apply with documentary projects on the stated theme with at least three and not more than 20 photos. A written statement about the project and the author needs to accompany the […]

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Papergirl Estonia

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-03-13

Aisha Ronniger founded Paper Girl in 2005. when it was a criminal offense to post art in public places in Berlin, and it’s been spreading around the world like a virus. The basic idea is to distribute art like newspapers used to be distributed by paperboys. The project is organized into four components, which is […]

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