All posts by Anastasia Naum

Adam Curtis: 5 Documentaries About Illusion We All Stuck In

BBC documentalist Adam Curtis explores the age of self-expressing, how the Power manipulates the masses, how the machines created a dream world. Basically, all his films are about an illusion we all stuck in.

/ March 22, 2017

BHQFU: Free Art School That Really Gives You a Chance

Choosing to study Art in The United States is a great risk. The tuition fee has in many cases left students worse off after graduating. But what if we tell you that there is an Art school you don't have to pay?

/ March 20, 2017

CREEM: Scott Crawford’s Documentary Covering American Punk-Rock History

Four years ago Scott Crawford took it in hand and kickstarted Salad Days. Today his plan is to go back to Iggy’s 70s with his new documentary.

/ March 16, 2017

A Silent Voice By Naoko Yamada: What Does Anime Not Talk About?

The director of highly anticipated A Silent Voice, Naoko Yamada, is only 32-years old, but she deals with the problems, not any mature anime director would ever deal with.

/ March 14, 2017

7 French Creatives On Instagram We Are Inspired By

As well as Pinterest, Instagram is one of the easiest ways to share and follow art. Today we do French artists top 7, featuring their accounts. If you are interested in contemporary French creators, on y va.

/ March 7, 2017

A Static Journey: Why Abraham Poincheval Spent 7 Days In A Rock

French artist Abraham Poincheval was freed from a block of stone in a Paris museum Palais de Tokyo on 1st of March after spending seven days enclosed in it. What inspires the artist and what's the meaning of this static journey?

/ March 7, 2017

We Love Alexandra Marzella, But We Want Her To Be Banned

A provocative feminist artist Alexandra Marzella has already lost her 16 Instagrams because of beautiful and at the same time inappropriate content. That’s a Great Beauty, which society, unfortunately, can not afford. So go check her current account unless it’s banned.

/ March 1, 2017

Felice House: How A Female Cowboy Would Look Like

There are some things women will never have a chance to try, cause those times are gone. A painter Felice House imagines what if women could be cowboys, on canvas.

/ February 27, 2017

The Purge Of Values: Bjarne Melgaard’ New Streetwear Line

A Norwegian artist Bjarne Melgaard presents his first streetwear line and a jewelry collection along with the opening of Casual Pleasure of Disappointment exhibition at Red Bull Arts New York.

/ February 24, 2017