BAST-ARDIZED – An interview with Brooklyn street artist Bäst

Brooklyn-based street artist Bast has been an intricate part of the street art scene for the past 10 years, with his wheat-pasted images prominently featured across New York and Europe’s urban landscape. Long before street art became a part of the mainstream, Bast was setting the tone and raising the bar with his iconic collaged […]

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A Dreamer’s Walk – photographer Jessica Silversaga

Jessica Silversaga’s photographs make the viewers frightened, happy, dreamy-eyed, and oftentimes leave them wanting more, almost in a haunting kind of way. Her subjects have always the ability to transfer feelings into the camera, whether they are family, friends, or models.She considers her images to be self-portraits, thus an extension of herself. Jessica Silversaga is […]

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The Fallen Angel, The Art of Francesca Woodman at Guggenheim, NY

These selection of Francesca Woodman works displayed at the Guggenheim were originally printed on VAGA’s 3rd issue. In collaboration with the Guggenheim Museum NY Francesca Woodman was an American photographer who investigated female subjectivity, identity and performance using blurred, half hidden self-portraiture. With herself often the subject, her ghostly and narrative black and white photographs […]

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