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Earlier this year we celebrated our 5 Year Anniversary outlining many of the subjects we covered. Now we enter into collaboration with artists and galleries to make available works of art for purchase. Arpil is proud to announce the long awaited Works & Collections with unique contemporary art pieces, limited edition photography, and monograph artist and photo books available for purchase.

Welcome to the .134th edition of Prescriptions. This edition we present the Works & Collections of Artpil’s boutique online.

 

William Cilento

As a painter, I’ve worked in many different genres but I always look for some form of ‘revelation’ in the process. I’ve always juxtaposed between abstraction, figuration or some combination of the two. Regardless, I experiment with ‘Painting’ on a daily basis and and each passage of paint bares some form of ‘feeling’ for my state of being at that time. In short, I’m more concerned with the poetry of lived experience and the moment of action that can relate to it physically into material, image and object than with narrative, entertainment and design. –William Cilento

 

César Cuspoca

César Cuspoca is a Colombian artist, based in France since 2012. His artistic practice principally nourishes questions of perception, the duality between appearance and disappearance, and materialism and immaterialism. It is more concretely the idea of experience which takes a central role in his approach and which allows him to structure his creative process.

 

Tammie Joske

Tammie is a third generation photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Having grown up watching her parents photographing weddings and glamour portraits in their home studio, she grew an affinity to capturing moments at a young age, practicing with any camera she could get her hands on. Seeking to invite her viewers into a story that brings a sense of warmth and joy, Tammie is inspired by creating aspirational and idyllic images that move the hearts of people. Her work is often described as timeless and organic; with an aesthetic characterized by soft light and clean lines.

 

Alessandro Zanoni

After attending the Liceo Artistico and the graphic design degree at European Design Institute in Milan, I began my profession working on printing, publishing, web and interaction design. Music devourer, have collaborated with the monthly magazine Jam, and passionate about auteur cinema, I approach photography, recently receiving awards and mentions in several international contests. In the second part of 2016, I was in China for two artist residencies where I made extensive reports on the city of Wuhan, on the development of the cities of Inner Mongolia and the slow disappearing of some urban villages in Shenzhen and Shanghai.

 

Bill Phelps

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Phelps has built an impressive career despite having no formal art training, lending his talents to Italian Vogue, French Marie Claire, Conde Nast Traveller UK, The New York Times Magazine, Fortune, and Interview, and picking up both an IPA Lucie Award and the Grand Prize of Portraits for the World Press Photo. Phelps is also the co-designer, builder and owner of Cafe Moto in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

 

Victorine Alisse

As a child, Victorine dreamed of becoming a writer. Today she understands that it is thanks to her camera that she can tell stories. Photography allows her to highlight the reality of people on the margins of society but also to enter into intimacy with the people she meets. It’s above all the encounter with the other that nourishes her work. After training in international relations and humanitarian action, Victorine devoted herself to photography. She develops a documentary approach to photography and deals with societal and environmental issues.

 

Christophe Miralles

Christophe Miralles is a Franco-Spanish artist who lives and works between Burgundy and Casablanca. He has received many prizes such as the Azart Prize in 2005. His work has been the subject of numerous monographic exhibitions in France and abroad, integrating various collections. Miralles creates oil and lacquer paintings on paper and canvas. He brought together a series of paintings for an exhibition at Loo & Lou Gallery entitled Territoire Unique in April 2018. His work is based on themes of humanity, travel, and tolerance.

 

Paulina Czyzewska

Paulina Czyżewska was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1997. Her interest in photography started during her teenage years, along with interest in architecture and urbanism. She studied Urban Planning at Warsaw University of Technology along with a one year course at Academy of Photography in Warsaw. In 2021 she graduated with a degree in Master in Photography & Visual Design at Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan, Italy. Her works were presented in a group show “Archivio” organized by NABA Milano and Civic Photographic Archive of Milan in October 2021 and focused on reworking the photographs collected in the Archive.

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