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Interview with Tang-Wei Hsu

My name is Tang-Wei Hsu. I am 39-years-old and I currently reside in Sunnyside, Queens with my wife and three kids. I was born and raised in Taiwan where I began my career as an artist. I moved to New York when I received an artist abroad subsidy from the Asian Cultural Council. I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in architecture at the Shih Chien University and an MFA in visual arts at the Tainan National University of Arts.

Hopper Prize: Great Opportunity for Artist Grants

The Hopper Prize is a granting agency, digital arts platform, and contemporary arts journal that supports individual artists around the world with grants in the amount of $1,000.00.  Twice per year, during Spring and Fall, The Hopper Prize accepts submissions from artists globally, working in any and all media. During each grant cycle, 5 artists are awarded unrestricted grants. The Hopper Prize welcomes submissions from artists residing internationally, with no restrictions on media, genre, or subject matter. 

Fu Wenjun

Fu Wenjun, born in 1955, Chinese contemporary artist, was graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. He creates principally through the art media of photography, installation, sculpture and oil painting, and has put forward the concept and practice of “Digital Pictorial Photography”.His works embody his thinking and reflection on many issues related to the Eastern and Western history, culture and humanity, including the relationship between different cultures in the age of globalization, the heritage of traditional Chinese culture in a rapidly changing society, industrialization and urbanization in Chinese cities.

Olga Fine Arts

Born in Russia, based in Switzerland, Olga dedicates all her free time to discovering the beauty of the world with her camera. She traveled over 20 countries to capture exceptional nature, city vibes and culture. Her photos tell us a story of every city and person from a new perspective. Her photos design many homes and galleries.

June Korea - Moments Captured by the Epic Tale of Loneliness

There is an artist who lives with a doll that is not so different from human. Someone would ask, “Why does the man live with a doll?” June Korea, a very ordinary person, is an artist who lives with a doll “Eva.” Eva is his friend and lover, and a safe haven to lean on. He has been documenting every moment of feelings associated with this particular creature, Eva, in a medium called photography.

Interview with Grant Gilsdorf

Grant Gilsdorf is an Ohio based contemporary realistic narrative painter who has harnessed his exquisitely rendered realistic paintings into a visionary storytelling device that combines images of carefully crafted beauty existing within a brutal and gritty reality. His dark, tension-filled works mirror the narrative-driven experience of viewing a feature film, and leave the viewer contemplating their symbolic significance.