Evelyn Bencicova is a visual creative focusing mainly on the medium of photography and art direction. Born in Bratislava, Slovakia Evelyn studied fine art and new media at University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Today combining her academic research with interest in contemporary visual culture, Evelyn’s work is unmistakable for her signature timelessness and individual aesthetic. Here we share one of her numerous projects "Taste of Leaving"
Fine art photographer Mária Švarbová hails from Bratislava, Slovakia. She taught herself into photography at since than went shooting on mysterious locations revealing the nature of the objects and characters
“King’s Folly” an object by Slovakian artist and sculptor Ivan Venkov. Theme is polarity and statement – exploitation.
The composition polarizes the pure natural element, which resonates in black sculpt of the deer and the golden manifestation of allegorical cabinet, which aggregates elements of mundane ravishment.
Young Deer is landing on its front legs, whilst his body is drawn up in the motion of running, the body is cut in half and in the cut, a richly ornamented golden cabinet resides. The natural element presented in the deer does not fight the artificial parasitic presence of the golden cabinet. Its statement is infinite quietness.
Deer’s motion is eternal, the body is corrupted, but the principle carries the motion endlessly.
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