occult

Utopia is Feminine and the Morning Star Enrique De Santiago

“The time will come to assert the ideas of women at the expense of those of men, whose failure is consummated so resoundingly today. It is up to the artist in particular, if only in protest against this scandalous state of affairs, to make everything that arises from the feminine system of the world as …

Utopia is Feminine and the Morning Star Enrique De Santiago Read More »

Hallucination of the Arrival J Karl Bogartte

I discovered Photomorphosis way back in 1972 while attempting to copy an illustrated article in the Times magazine article on Yves Tanguy on an office copy machine. At night, in the dark. A clandestine maneuver. Photomorphosis is the enchanting process by which an organism changes or experiences metamorphosis under the influence of light… It is …

Hallucination of the Arrival J Karl Bogartte Read More »

Languaged, Body Synthetic by Giorgia Pavlidou

How would you describe your painting process and your associative relationship between concepts, events, or mental states of the subconscious? Is there a link between self-hypnosis and inspiration?  Artists, writers, and poets such as Garcia Lorca, Roberto Matta, Henri Michaux, and even Anais Nin have inspired me to paint. Language, for me, comes first, but the …

Languaged, Body Synthetic by Giorgia Pavlidou Read More »

Mental Labyrinths Laberintos Mentales/Rene Fernando Ortega Villarroel

The faceless figures in Rene Fernando Ortega Villarroel’s work open a doorway to our silhouette. Las figuras sin rostro en la obra de René Fernando Ortega Villarroel abren una puerta a nuestra silueta. A labyrinth that challenges realities between an all-knowing self and a unicursal passage of selves. Un laberinto que desafía realidades entre un …

Mental Labyrinths Laberintos Mentales/Rene Fernando Ortega Villarroel Read More »