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Q: What film make you cry?
A: I’m unreasonably empathetic towards people I’ll never meet, and easily sucked in to a great film. There’s many films that have made me cry. They aren’t always tears of sadness. Beauty can quite often bring me to tears. Off the top of my head, I’d have to say anything that Wong Kar-wai and Christopher Doyle did together. Especially “In the Mood for Love”, and “Chungking Express”.

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©Marc Rogoff www.marcrogoff.com *** Marc Rogoff  Interview: From Bosch to Hopper   by Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret Contributing Columnist   Marc Rogoff : The Capgras Invocation, London, 2016 With "The Capgras Invocation" Marc Rogoff invents a story where there...

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Q) What is the first image you remember ?

A) … when I was 12-13 years old near my school was small shoemaker shop, he was selling illegal hand made black and white photographies of rock stars, porno and erotic playing cards printed on old B&W photographic paper. This erotic image is still in my mind…

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Hilja Keading: I work every second of every day, but I don’t think of it as work. I like the way Lewis Hyde writes about the difference between work and labor. And you know what they say, if you love what you do, it is not work. A few years ago we moved into a house where we converted an old stable in the back into two small studios. I am just now beginning to be fully present wherever I am. Before, when I was in the kitchen I used to think “I should be in the studio.” Or if I was in the studio, I would think “I should be cleaning up the house.” Now, I just trust that I am in the right place at the right time.

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© ANNE BARLINCHKOFF Images , used with permission In the Name of Love   by Jean-Paul Gavard-Perrett Contributing Columnist With translations by Helene Gaillet de Neergaard     [dropcap style="font-size: 46px; color:...

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Lisa Beck's installation in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Middle of Everywhere Lisa Beck, "The Middle of Everywhere" proposition de Caroline Soyez-Petithomme du 6 juin au 11 juillet 2015 Circuit, centre d’art contemporain, Lausanne....

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With “Studies/Humanities,” the artist returns to fundamentals, such as the “procession of models of Wednesday afternoon in the ’70s.” He cites the influence of philosophers, writers and filmmakers, including: Apollinaire, Nerval, Hegel, Freud and Jen-Luc Godard, among others.

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Zentrum Paul Klee (ZPK), Bern, Switzerland, houses the world's largest collection of the work of artist Paul Klee. Designed by Italian architect  Renzo Piano, its form and function provides a space "in which the encounter with art becomes reality."      ...

Rosy Lamb/Art-Interview

JP: What distinguishes you from other artists?

RL: The only time I ask myself this question is when I am worried about the rent. When I am fully lost in my work I go in the direction of my struggle and my pleasure without reference to others or a clear idea of what I am doing or why.

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Milo Moiré demands total freedom for her art. This can take different forms, because every creator has his/her own reconstruction of reality. As the Swiss artist (of Slovak and Iberian heritage) cultivates the embodiment of nudity, it is at the same moment to remove the constraints of…

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