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Jean-Philippe Deugnier Biography The Franco-German artist Jean-Philippe Deugnier, who draws his inspiration from the Bauhaus, the Support-Surface movement, Edward Hopper and Vilhelm HammershØi, was an amateur for 25 years then turned professional after having worked for several years for the radiopharmaceuticals industry. His work focuses on memory, resilience, cognition and emotions. He creates multifaceted, multi-discursive and evolving works that oscillate between art and science. His favorite themes were initially drawn...

Julian Charrière is a French-Swiss artist born in 1987 and currently living and working in Berlin, Germany. He attended the École cantonale d’art du Valais and the Berlin University of the Arts. In his research-based practice, Julian Charrière uses sculptural objects and images —both moving and still— to explore the connections between human activity, the environment and time. Julian Charrières work oscillates between scientific and artistic endeavors to scrutinize ecological...

Inside Christian Boltanski Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in someone’s mind? Well, here’s your chance! Christian Boltanski is showing in Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, Italy, and it’s as if you’re walking through his mind. The exhibition is called: Anime. Di luogo in luogo, or in English: Soul. Of place in place. The exhibition design has something to do with this experience too, I...

Katerina Lanfranco is a New York City-based visual artist making paintings, drawings, sculptures, and mixed media installations. She was born in Hamilton, Ontario in May 8, 1978. She studied art at the University of California, Santa Cruz where she received her B.A in Visual Art and in “Visual Theory and Museum Studies”. She also attended the Sierra Institute studying Nature Philosophies and Religions while camping in the California wilderness.