“mónos” by Photographer Vincenzo Pagliuca

Italian photographer Vincenzo Pagliuca photographs solitary houses in the the Southern Apennines of Italy in his “mónos” series. Based in Bresica, Italy, he endeavors to capture places he finds extraordinary, with a special interest in rural and suburban Italian landscapes. “mónos” follows suit in its portrayal of unique singular homes, nestled into their environments like monoliths. Photographed in the wintertime […]

“He’s Come a Long Way That’s My Boy” by Photographer Francesco Merlini

Milan, Italy-based photographer Francesco Merlini photographs demolition derbies in Michigan, U.S., in his series, “He’s Come a Long Way That’s My Boy.” With a background in photojournalism and years spent covering Italian news, Merlini now works primarily on long-term personal projects and reportage. Interested in capturing the residual effects of the 2008 financial crisis, he found himself in Michigan, at […]

Gola Hundun, Anthropic Space, Natural Space, and His Newest Installation in Milan

Italian land artist/street muralist Gola Hundun has divided his creative projects in the last few years into two distinct but related practices. Gola Hundun. “Convective Motions”. Inneschi Festival. Milano, Italy. (photo © Johanna Invrea) The first is to investigate buildings that are being reclaimed by nature and develop site-specific installations that work in harmony with the history of the relationship […]

“Myth” by Artist Jérôme Berthier

Earlier this month artist Jérôme Berthier released his first book, MYTH, at Slice of Life in Vancouver. A culmination of 5 years of work, Berthier describes the project as “an experimental comic filled to the brim with childhood obsessions and present-day anxieties”. The title references both the idea of a hero’s journey as well as the false narratives we sometimes […]

Photographer Spotlight: Boe Marion

Boe Marion is a Norweigan photographer and filmmaker living on a small farm just outside of New York City. Introduced to photography when his father gifted him a point and shoot camera at the age of 8, he later found his way deeper in through the skateboarding scene in Oslo. Since moving to the countryside, he has noticed the effects […]

Clone of Best #Art Hashtags to use on Instagram

Are you currently using the best art hashtags on Instagram to promote your art? Using the right ones in your posts can easily increase your exposure! Maybe you already know how to sell art on Instagram — which is great! However, it’s come to our recent attention… A lot of artists on Instagram need help promoting themselves using artist hashtags. […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 07.25.21

Welcome to BSA Images of the Week. Can you feel the power of July’s full Buck Moon that arrived this weekend? Not to be confused with the full buck-naked moon; those are the guys climbing the fence to skinny dip in McCarren Pool. Looks like the new George Floyd statue in Flatbush, Brooklyn got defaced by racists but will be […]