Tate Shots: Agnes Martin

“From music people accept pure emotion, but from art they demand explanation” Let us introduce you to Agnes Martin. Quite the extraordinary artist. Famous for her grids, she hasn’t always been the abstract painter we know today. It took her about 20 years to reach a state of art she was happy with. She found out… More

Ceramics part 1: Cody Hoyt

We’ve got this thing for ceramics… Cody Hoyt, ceramics artist, makes our hearts beat faster. He sends beautifully crafted vessels into this world from his atelier in Brooklyn. He combines the natural colors of clay to create graphic patterns and moulds them into geometrical shapes, perfect for housing your favorite plants. Yet another reason to… More

Lucien De Roeck

Last weekend we visited the museum of Ixelles in Brussels. Both for the impressive collection of Belgian artists as well as their temporary exhibition on the likes of Lucien De Roeck (1915-2002). We knew Lucien’s winning poster design for the city of Antwerp back in 1934, from the replica hanging in our friends’ living room; picturing Antwerp as… More

Flower art by Makoto Azuma

“Creating a flower bouquet is first and foremost an extremely egoistic act. Only flowers that have grown in the wild are beautiful enough; for all that – cut from their roots, their branches removed – they are freely bound with completely different specimens. I have spent more than fifteen years dedicating each day to this… More

John Kacere 1972 www.yayzine.com

John Kacere

Some people have a passion in life. And so does the first artist we’d like to introduce you to over here on Yayzine. John Kacere was a man with an eye for “the female landscape” as we like to call it. The man only painted navels, hips, buts, knickers and other bits of lingerie uninterrupted… More