Art in its purest form of nature is what only living existence, human creativity can bring. Even when the hands on our life’s clock cease to move and the time has left behind us – the presence of one’s creativity will reside in this world and will last eternally with energy, love, and the passion that one has poured through the brilliant works of theirs. Though the presence may no longer exist, art will dignify our existence.
We learn how technology has changed the world of photography from pioneering photographer Albert Watson. A profile of Cas Holman and Kwangho Lee introduces the importance of curiosity and time. The works by Ha Chong Hyun depict the time of his past and present and the conversation with painter Bernard Frize leads to why he believes the time is visible in all extents.
Additionally, we discuss with rising talents such as Danielle Orchard, Jean Francois Le Minh, Aba Mfrase-Ewur, O3ohn, and Melissa Schriek about their work and reveal their never-shown oeuvres dedicated to this issue.
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The publication is 120 pages, perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper. Printed in Canada.
Publication date: 24 October, 2020