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Calling all ghouls in the Detroit, MI area (yes, I’m talking to you my fellow Canadians) – here’s an art exhibition to travel for! This Saturday, February 2nd, an extraordinary display of the paranormal both on this plane and behind the veil will take place at the Cagliostro estate at

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“By sounding a little like everything you’ve ever heard, the whole sounds like nothing you’ve ever heard”. In 2012, the Guardian wrote this lines to advice us about the talent of then-newcomer Grimes. The rest is history.  We could use these same words to introduce you Alberto Panegos’ unique work,

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Johfra Bosschart was a Dutch painter who described his own works as “Surrealism based on studies of psychology, religion, the Bible, astrology, antiquity, magic, witchcraft, mythology and occultism.” He was the founder of the now defunct Meta-Realist group. I especially want to introduce you to his Zodiac Series, that he painted at his French

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Dehn Sora / 5 visual artists that touched me Hans Bellmer When in high school, I had some art classes in option. My teacher used to give me some pretty enigmatic advices back then. like he knew wich artists will move me, but I had to do the effort to

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As a child raised in a “Christian” home, I was told every Sunday in church that the way to ensure eternal life was to believe in the Bible and Jesus. If I didn’t believe in these things, I was going to end up in Hell, a horrible place full of

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In 1885, the Japanese woodblock artist Yoshitoshi created what would become one of the most influential early pieces of Japanese bondage art, The Lonely House on Adachi Moor. Based on a folktale about an onibaba (demon hag) who killed pregnant women to eat their fetuses, the piece is startling even

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