We’re happy to announce that for the month of May, we’ll be open to the public each Thursday night from 3pm-9pm to give you a peek of the art works hanging in our space. This month coming up, we have Jon Todd and Jose Ortega on our walls. Come by after work for a little art and some friendly chats. Continue reading article
Not long ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down with award-winning multi-disciplinary illustrator and artist Adrian Forrow. Honor graduate of OCAD University, Adrian is inspired by the simplicity of overlooked forms and odd, imperfect shapes and his eclectic designs attract clients all around Canada, Europe and the United States. We had a lively conversation about working around challenges, the importance of travel and practicing the “art of looking”.
Resident Photographer and Director, Danielle Da Silva, has just returned from her journey to South America, where she spent time documenting behind-the-scenes of two recently-completed Photographers Without Borders (PWB) projects. Danielle is the Executive Director of PWB, which is an international not-for-profit organization that produces photography and video for social and environmental justice causes, while providing a platform for funding and awareness. Continue reading article →
Needed a minute to sit down and take in everything that happened over my time in Germany. Hell, I needed some time to process the first snippet of 2014. To say that it has been a whirlwind, wouldn’t be so far as an understatement, but definitely momentum to note. Continue reading article →
Artist in Residence, Cory Vanderploeg, has seemingly been everywhere. From North America to South America, the photographer has shot everything from short films to campaigns. We sat down with the globetrotter to find out about what makes touring the world important and intriguing as a photographer. See our conversation below. Continue reading article →
Introducing Rose and Joy Broadbent, sister duo and collaborative artists. Strongly connected, their multidisciplinary and meditative approach to art creates a fresh and unique experience for the community. Delving in everything from painting to performance and sculpture, the Broadbent sisters transform everyday spaces into magical and nurturing realms where sparkles are swept and energy flows. I payed the pair a visit at their very own Studio 835, which resulted in a stirring conversation about collective musing, stream of consciousness and the essentiality of artistic naïvety.
On Thursday, March 20th, Hermann & Audrey hosted the 3rd monthly Fashion Film House showcasing the raw, whimsical worlds of Kirsten Miccoli’s Photography in the Public Hotel’s Chicago Screening Room. Kirsten’s work, inspired by beauty and the people in the world around her, creates whimsical worlds that tell a story of the garments she photographs.