Collage by Women – 50 Essential Contemporary Artist
Promopress – 2019
Collage by Women presents a careful selection of the artworks of fifty international women artists who work in the field of collage today. Curated by the Spanish collage artist Rebeka Elizegi, the book gives space to women from a diverse range of backgrounds and to a wide spectrum of artistic expression. Through doing so, it reveals the great variety of perspectives that are shaping the collage scene today and highlights the many female artistic initiatives within the collage family that are flourishing and thriving around the world. From emerging names to more established ones, the artists featured here are pushing artistic boundaries. Collage by Women seeks to call attention to the experiences and creative processes of artists who should be on everyone’s radar by presenting their impressive range of manual and digital techniques, as well as their trailblazing thematic and aesthetic choices, through hundreds of full-colour images of their works and texts that provide in-depth takes on the inspiration, influences and career paths of each artist.
50 Essential Contemporary Artists Aline Helmcke, Angelica Paez, Ania Cywinska, Anna Bu Kliewer, Annegret Soltau, Athena Petra Tasiopoulos, Caro Ma, Caro Mantke, Carolina Chocron, Caterina Rossato, Claudia Pomowski, Deborah Stevenson, Dilcia Giron, Elise Wehle, Eugenia Loli, Eva Eun-Sil Han, Flore Kunst, Gemma Antón, Ines Kouidis, Isabel Chiara, Isabel Reitemeyer, Johanna Goodman, Josie Beszant, Katie McCann, Lee McKenna, Linden Eller, Mabelle Collage, Mairi Timoney, Malin Gabriella Nordin, María Aparicio Puentes, Marisa Maestre, Marsha Balian, Mary A. Johnson, Millie Bartlett, Miriam Tölke, Nicola Kloosterman, Nina Fraser, Olga Lupi, Olivia Descampe, Paola Bazz, Rebeka Elizegi, Riikka Fransila, Rozenn Le Gall, Sarah Eisenlohr, Serrah Russell, Sherry Parker, Susan Lerner, Susana Blasco, Vanessa Woods, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey.
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Gli informali – International Collage Artist Collective
Collage is a way to essentially enjoy free expression art, free from corporative profit of art mainstream. Artist it’s person not a way of making money
GLI INFORMALI Zine #01 – SELF PORTRAIT OF IDENTITY
The creation of THIS community is based on the interests, personalities, and experiences of its members. Largely a digitally based network, Gli Informali has selected the first theme “Self Identity” as our attempt to learn more about each other, and create a stronger collective. Technology and collage have brought us together, how- ever we believe that the expression of our individuality through our art enables us to connect with others and strengthen our existing connection.
-> The zine
-> my work
COLLAGE BY OLGA LUPI:
OLTRE COLLAGE MAGAZINE – OUT NOW!
56 collage artists from around the world were selected
for our Black fanzine / n°0
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PRESS / MAGAZINES / ZINES / WEB / BLOGS:
-> Freak Show le 27 septembre 2016 (Canal B)
-> La Matinale le 11 octobre 2016 (Canal B)
Animations by Coxypy
Olga Lupi’s collage for
Independent Literary Review
26 collage artists from around the world interpret 26 absurdist alphabet poems by Helen Reiss
Olga is Letter U / The poem by Helen Reiss:
under the umber umbrella
ABCurdities is now available! -> shop
Issue Two: Is This Collage?
Olga Lupi’s collage (‘Tickle’) and interview in article:
What Is It About The Patina of Age ?
The Role of Vintage Source Materials in Collage Making
[Kolaj is published in Montreal, Quebec by Maison Kasini]