Contemporary Art / Social-Political and Environmental Art Interventions.

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Embodying an Ecopsychological perspective, artist Itit Cheung builds a conversation around the notions of diversity, connection and Human rights.

Featured Thai-Chinese artist Weera It ITTITEERARAK, cross-disciplinarity practice focuses on climate issues and the post-pandemic era to bring awareness to ecophysiology and the importance of the environment's connection with humans.

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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Searching for authenticity artist Antonis Tsrouchas reflects individual and societal pressures.

The forthcoming practice of greek artist Antonis Tsrouchas whose openness around the subject of personal journey and struggles, remind us of the unmatched beauty of one's experience and character.

by Joana Alarcão

Human and nature: the naturalistic paintings of Yaroslav Leonets

Joana Alarcão

Joana Alarcão

Teapot Trust: Art Therapy Charity

Emma Thomson

Emma Thomson

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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
Questioning current global atmospheres: artist Ken Clarry develops societal and non-violent political art interventions

Questioning current global atmospheres: artist Ken Clarry develops societal and non-violent political art interventions

by Joana Alarcão

 In conversation:  Désirée Jung

In conversation: Désirée Jung

by Joana Alarcão

In conversation: Valentin Bakardjiev

In conversation: Valentin Bakardjiev

by Joana Alarcão

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

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Artist of the week

Yehimi Cambrón

Art and Activism with Melanie Oliva

Art and Activism with Melanie Oliva

Melanie Oliva is a Miami artist and artivist, founder of the collective artful activist and Inspiration Pollination

The Philosophy of Connection in the Art of Cheryl Maeder

The Philosophy of Connection in the Art of Cheryl Maeder

Cheryl Maeder a photographer and video/sound installation artist talks about the notion of ‘connection’; the connection to the self, each other and all life forms.

Intro

Intro

Does art have the power to change people and ideas? What is the importance of art? Why does it matter? and What innovative ideas are people

 

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