Adrian Paci is one of Albania’s few internationally renowned artists. In his work – which comprises videos, paintings, installations and photography – he addresses topics like migration, globalization and cultural identity and uses urgently compelling images to demonstrate the effects of exile, war and social upheaval on the human subject.
Earlier this year, Andrew Phelps was comissioned to take photographs in Japan’s Niigata Prefecture for the »European Eyes on Japan Festival.« The volume Not Niigata presents the artist’s selection from the hundreds of images he brought back from his trip.
The publication Fabrizio Plessi – Digital Islands accompanies an exhibition in the Wilhelm Hack Museum in Ludwigshafen. For this exhibition, the media and concept artist realizes for the first time works that he has developed since the beginning of his career in the 80s and 90s, most of which have never been published before
A Shadow at The Edge of Every Moment of The Day
In her ongoing series A Shadow at the Edge of Every Moment of the Day, Ida Pimenoff works in the borderland between reality and the world of dreams. The series consists of landscapes, intimate portraits and little everyday sights, often shot at dusk, in twilight. There is a feeling of strangeness and mystery in Pimenoff’s work; an illusion of being on the verge of something unknown.