Vol. 2, Issue 18

“In the life of modern man, we’ve come to encounter many expressions with the prefix “Fake”. We hear it from the first persons of the state on TV or read it in the publications of internet bloggers. But each of them puts in it his own understanding. And indeed, there are many fakes around us. This situation affects all areas of our lives and should find its echo in contemporary art.”

From “PR(L)AY For Peace” by Kateryna Bortsova

Crying Boys Welcome Here | Fiction

Crying Boys Welcome Here | Fiction

The sign on the door reads Crying Boys Welcome Here. Inside, they are arranged in a circle, hunched on squeaky metal chairs, faces blurry like foggy windshields, twelve pairs of cheeks lobster-claw red. They hold paper cups filled with water poured from a decanter on...
Swim | Nonfiction

Swim | Nonfiction

She was born a Pisces, the fish sign. It fit her, she loved the water. When her family moved to Garden Grove, California, they had to buy a house with a pool. She swam in it every day. She wasn’t for fancy swimsuits; she liked practical black. Her husband made...
PR(L)AY for Peace | Visual Art

PR(L)AY for Peace | Visual Art

PR(L)AY For Peace Acrylic on canvas, found objects, 100 x 140 cm, 2018 In the life of modern man, we’ve come to encounter many expressions with the prefix “Fake”. We hear it from the first persons of the state on TV or read it in the publications of internet...

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