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The Art of David Yarrow
05Apr

The Art of David Yarrow

Wildlife photographer David Yarrow spent the onset of the New Year trekking knee-deep through Japanese snow. While many tourists prefer to visit the island of Hokkaido during the summer, Yarrow believes that the winter best characterizes Northern Asia, where blizzards blow a deep, white serenity over the wilderness. Seeming to

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Sergio Valenz – Stories
20Jan

Sergio Valenz – Stories

The ART of (TAO): How did you find your passion for art? Sergio Valenz (SV): Ever since was a child I was passionate about drawings and expressing myself through art so I never experienced a search because art was already a very important part of my life.   TAO: Where

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Don Frost, Freeform
20Jan

Don Frost, Freeform

The ART of (TAO): You were recognized for your work at a very young age (6 years old). How do you think this early recognition affected your development as an artist? Don Frost (DF): Acquiring such acclaim at the innocent age of six was two­-sided. This award gave me a

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John Van Alstine – Branded
15Jan

John Van Alstine – Branded

If we were to boil down the essence of John Van Alstine’s art to a single theme, it would be one of balance. Aesthetically, balance is a clear foundation of every sculpture. His art is the “marriage of the natural and man­made.” Nature is represented by stone in many forms,

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Chris Valle: Branded
05Jan

Chris Valle: Branded

In Chris Valle’s LV Double Moss, the model is fragmented, her visage, the Louis Vuitton background overlapped with graffiti letters. The picture is cluttered, a clear view of Kate Moss, or the product she is selling, impossible. And yet, in this muddle is a clearer representation of reality than the

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Albert Llobet Portel – What’s Happening?
12Oct

Albert Llobet Portel – What’s Happening?

Going to Barcelona is being a part of a young, yet complete, culture. The energy is bubbling, constant and cool. The beaches are beautiful well into late October. The works of Picasso and the mosaics of Gaudi are sprinkled all over shopping districts, historic centers and in between magical fountains.

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Introducing David Yarrow
08Oct

Introducing David Yarrow

A Nikon ambassador with a sense of adventure, David Yarrow gets up close and personal with the world in his entrancing photography. He gives us eyes into remote cultures, or even a sense of wonder as we glance into the lives of polar bears and elephants with just a single

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Manzur Kargar: From Greek Antiquity to Glossy
05Oct

Manzur Kargar: From Greek Antiquity to Glossy

I remember walking the streets of Berlin last October. It was a little too cold for comfort, but we still spent hours passing by tourist stops like the Brandenburg Gate and the TV Tower. We strolled along the East Side Gallery, a collage of graffiti I was expecting to be

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