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Max Cantrell

The taste for life
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Max Cantrell

The taste for life
Interview

Maria Liachovitskaya

Maria, congratulations for winning the People’s choice award of the Artzine Prize 2018! Your artwork “Mexican woman selling oranges” received the...
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Maria Liachovitskaya

Winner of the Art Prize 2018 in the category of People’s Choice with her work "Mexican woman selling oranges".
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Spidertag

Spidertag, congratulations for your success in the Artzine Prize 2018! Your piece #4 was our jury’s favourite artwork in the category of Urban and...
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Spidertag

Winner of the Art Prize 2018 in the category of Urban and Pop Art with his work #4
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Dylan Eakin

Dylan, congratulations for winning the Figurative Art award of the Artzine Prize 2018! Your piece ‘Portrait in Precipitate’ was the most voted by...
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Dylan Eakin

Winner of the Art Prize 2018 in the category of Figurative Art with his work Portrait in Precipitate
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Fernando Velázquez

Fernando, congratulations for winning the Abstract Art award of the Artzine Prize 2018! Your abstract piece Animalia was the most voted by the...
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Fernando Velázquez

Winner of the Art Prize 2018 in the category of Abstract Art with his work Animalia.
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Nikola Alipiev

When did Nikola Alipiev feel the call of art? Every child is an artist. They love drawing and their own drawings are the most important ones. I...
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Nikola Alipiev

Press release

Art Prize 2018 Winners

Artzine is proud to announce the winners of the Art Prize 2018! Four masterpieces by four brilliant artists, who’ve been chosen by a professional...
Press release

Art Prize 2018 Winners

Four masterpieces by four brilliant artists
Editorial

Adrián Astorga

Adrian is an emerging Venezuelan-Spanish artist based in Barcelona, who enjoys international recongnition for his talent and powerful abstracts....
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Adrián Astorga

Exploring the language of the abstract
Interview

Raşit Altun

What inspires you to create your unique and symbolic art? I’ve always enjoyed painting, but it wasn’t until the age of 10 or 11, when thanks to my...
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Raşit Altun

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Maria Liachovitskaya

Maria is a talented young Lithuanian artist of Russian origin, who received her artistic education from such prestigious institutions as the Ilya...
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Maria Liachovitskaya

The religion of colour
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Mthobisi Maphumulo

Mthobisi is South African artist from Kwazulu Natal, and the founder of Amasosha Art Movement; a young art collective that aims to promote hard...
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Mthobisi Maphumulo

Strength and unity through art
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Ottograph

Ottograph is a large-scale mural painter, who acquired the knack for throwing paint at the age of ten. His murals can be seen in different parts of...
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Ottograph

Street art from Amsterdam
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Eloy Vivas Barrera

Eloy is a Spanish artist with a very personal and nuanced style. After 25 years dedicated to painting and experimenting with genres, Eloy has...
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Eloy Vivas Barrera

Exploring the world of dreams
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Dmitry Kochanovich

Dmitry Kochanovich entirely belongs to a classical type of the artists-aesthetes that feel the Divine within the world around, with is a variety of...
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Dmitry Kochanovich

Divine symbols and mystical revelations
Interview

Ida Jas & Jesper Hintze

When did you feel the calling of art for the first time? _Jesper_: I started back in 1980ies. Went to a lot of exhibitions with my family, but a...
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Ida Jas & Jesper Hintze

Group Adgang Forbudt
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Zil Hoque

How did your journey as an artist start? I remember my mother giving me a set of children’s watercolour when I was about 4 years old. If only she...
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Zil Hoque

Editorial

Łukasz Łepik

Łukasz Łepik represents a new breed of contemporary European painters. In its overcoloured, acryl form, his art presents an arrogant provocation of...
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Łukasz Łepik

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Carmelo González

Carmelo González, aka Carmelo Hijo, is a Cuban painter from La Habana who resides in Tenerife, Spain. Born into a family of award-winning artists,...
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Carmelo González

Surrealism with Cuban flavour