Contemporary Art / Social-Political and Environmental Art Interventions.

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The sense of Algerian identity permeated through the art of Leila Bakouche.

Leila Bakouche photographic storytelling practice creates a parallel dialogue around Algerian identity and intrinsic human behaviors.

Joana Alarcão
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Issue I

July/August

Insights of an Eco Artist is an international art  publication that features selected artists and writers from around the globe with a high focus on contemporary art and those tackling issues of social and ecological justice.

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In conversation: Valentin Bakardjiev

We had the opportunity to interview award-winning multimedia artist Valentin Bakardjiev whose practice connects the past with the present using traditional techniques - focusing on creating a more sustainable practice: using natural, recycled and upcycled materials. Go have a look!

by Joana Alarcão

Teapot Trust: Art Therapy Charity

Emma Thomson

Emma Thomson

In conversation: Leonardo Flores

Joana Alarcão

Joana Alarcão

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Urban Farming: the modern version of Rus In Urbe

Growing food in the city aims to tackle the climate crisis, and it’s a practice on the rise. Are there similarities to the concept which Romans called Rus in Urbe? Monocle’s podcast “Farming in the City” gave me an insight into the (potential) alternative solution to feeding citizens, binding the community, and reducing food miles.

by Nana Smith
 In conversation:  Désirée Jung

In conversation: Désirée Jung

by Joana Alarcão

‘Hydro – Solar – Wind’ – Interview with artist Sarah Calmus

‘Hydro – Solar – Wind’ – Interview with artist Sarah Calmus

by Emma Thomson

The values of freedom in art- Ai Weiwei the ceaseless voice for the voiceless.

The values of freedom in art- Ai Weiwei the ceaseless voice for the voiceless.

by Joana Alarcão

The unconventional appeal of everyday objects- Interview with the artist Helen Grundy

The unconventional appeal of everyday objects- Interview with the artist Helen Grundy

by Emma Thomson

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Artist of the week

Yehimi Cambrón

The art of repurposing materials – Dialogue with the artist Sarah Meyers Brent

The art of repurposing materials – Dialogue with the artist Sarah Meyers Brent

Sarah Meyers Brent makes sculptures using debris from her house and studio to take the craziness of motherhood

Understanding the built environment – with the artist Clara Bowe

Understanding the built environment – with the artist Clara Bowe

Interdisciplinary artist Clara Bowe art is driven by the need to understand the built environment..

The art scene in Singapore and Indonesia- Art from the lenses of art journalist Naima Morelli -Part 1

The art scene in Singapore and Indonesia- Art from the lenses of art journalist Naima Morelli -Part 1

Naima Morelli is an Italian art writer, journalist and curator specialized in contemporary art from Asia-Pacific and the MENA region

 

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