Women in art, the latest release of DAYDREAMING MAGAZINE, is now online and it's entirely dedicated to female art.[link]
featuring five international artists exploring different body shapes with images with different styles.
Kirsty Mitchell (UK)
Fashion designer passionately fond of photography. In her works can be felt the urge af a constant poetic experimentation, entwining expressions and states of the portrayed bodies, caught in suspended places between dream and reality, made magic by the brilliant weave and composition.
Helena Mirosedina (Ukraine)
her two series Metamorphosis abduction Europe and Mental Constructions are
reinterpreting both the roots of western myth (abduction Europe) and the modern disquietude with mock-erotic humour.
Patricia Anders (U.S.A.)
a gifted paintress whose catty creatures strike with grace and with a sensuous anxiety emerging from their recomposed bodies, apparently reinvented in the bowels of a secret lab and nevertheless filled with ironic truthfullness.
Katia Chausheva (Bulgaria)
whose photgraphy investigates the intimacy with curious glances, depicts the nakedness of feelings and the frailty of the female body, here with cinematic stills and there with pictorial compositions.
Chiara Perini (Italy)
an italian artist who moved to London some years ago; she brings forth oil paintings and crayon drawings portraying bodies and faces of unexpected childlike women wrong-footing the beholder.