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08
Sep
2011
Stavanger on the west coast of Norway is a picturesque little city surrounded by breathtaking ocean views, steep cliffs, waterfalls and filled with public art. Which is not what you would expect from picturesque little cities, but Stavanger host to the annual street and urban art festival Nuart. Established in 2001 Nuart is celebrating their 10 year anniversary with...
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06
Sep
2011
how to get your ex girlfriend back The ever-evolving art of Anna Taratiel is an ongoing battle between the organic and the static. The abstract and colorful visual mental landscapes that constitute her vast body of work entwine, bulge and hug contours of sharp edges and industrial compositions. Working with a broad range of simple materials, such as fabrics,...
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02
Sep
2011
The photographic diary of Dennis Duijnhouwer “Searching for a subject to shoot, is like trying to catch a butterfly” When Dutch photographer Dennis Duijnhouwer (1976) returned after spending five ‘lost’ years in Hollywood, most of his friends didn’t believe the bizarre adventures he had been through. From that moment on, he decided to capture everything; his life as a...
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01
Sep
2011
Vanya Pieters is not only a promising young photographer and film maker, but also our newest contributor. While she studied at three different universities in Amsterdam and Berlin she taught herself the art of photography by copying others and experimenting as much as possible. Vanya prefers to take pictures with a storyline and is a sucker for digital cameras...
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30
Aug
2011
One of the things that come to mind when thinking of Sweden is the vast untouched nature, crisp bright snow and extremely long or extremely short days. What comes to mind when looking at the work of Pär Strömberg is that nature translated onto canvas. The work of the Swedish artist Pär Strömberg (1972) breathes the eerie and mystic...
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26
Aug
2011
Choose your own adventure…. I enjoy flying. But I’m not very good at it. First starters, I’m no good at sitting still for too long. Then there’s the whole thing about just sitting in a chair watching a movie… traveling at crazy speeds…at 35,000 feet! But I always go with it. The excitement and free alcohol overrules. I associate...
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25
Aug
2011
As off this month the traveler and artist David Shillinglaw will be contributing on No New Enemies. As an artist Schillinglaw never seems to stay long in just one place, but travels from London to Berlin, to Japan and Holland. As a traveler he enjoys discovering the world, art, galleries and returning with new friends at heart. Last time...
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