Alessandro Casagrande is back with another yet interesting venture. This time, he brings his talent and creative eye to the world of print.
BACCALÀ is a fashion, art, and photography magazine launched in 2017 by Casagrande and business partner Scott Sant'Angelo. The BACCALÀ is a bi-annual independent magazine that is sold around the world. It's rich in photographic content and artwork from various artists who have something to say in this burgeoning world of mixed fashion and art. BACCALÀ's premier issue was launched during the iconic Milan Fashion Week while its next issue is set to be released on June of 2018.
Germany was one of the leading pioneers of fashion photography, elevating the catalog and magazine prints as fine art. In this gallery is a series of images from a photographer obscured by history, Imre von Santho.
March marks the observance of Women's History Month. Let us celebrate by looking into the craft of amazing women all over the world who triumphs photography. For this interview, we go all the way to Singapore for a quick chat with photographer and visual artist Marisse Caine.
Collage work was a branch of contemporary art techniques that came from Dadaism, in which Tristan Tzara would say it's the most revolutionary development since painting and photography. How's modern collage going? We look into the works of modern collage artists.
In the art world, there's an unspoken rule that one has to stick with a single art form: a "'til death do us part" pact between medium and artist. But English artist Rebecca Rose Harris doesn't like to boxed in four corners. Her photography is a reflection of her other works with various mediums.
At a time, fashion magazine Sibylle was the most read print for art, culture, and fashion in East Germany. Published six times a year, it was often referred as the "Eastern Vogue" due to its inventiveness in fashion, styling, photography, and editing.
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a closer look at the wonderful women behind cameras all over the country. In this Interview artist Edie Sunday shares her experience and thoughts about a very problematic world of professional photography.
Hans Eijkelboom was an artist of the 70's whose lifetime was concerned over identity. Through his works of art and photography, we joined him of his never-ending searches of faces, people, relationships, similarities of casual passers-by.