Māgoa presents Russian-born photographer Kristina Varaksina who has resided in the United States of America since 2010 and currently lives and works in New York.
Māgoa presents Anja Kotar: talented singer, songwriter and pianist, originally from Slovenia, but now living in between San Jose, LA and Seattle. Our newest obsession is Anja’s newest single Kids, which “serves as an exposition to the millennial generation and our relationship with technology, the numerous benefits and potential obstacles that the digital age has created.” Find out more about her work and life in the interview down below.
Māgoa presents Urša Premik, a freelance fashion and portrait photographer, currently based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Urša’s personal project with her grandma titled Super Hilda will be presented in a special exhibition, tomorrow, at Kresija Gallery. So, read more about her creative process and the vision behind the project in today’s interview down below.
Māgoa presents Delfina Carmona, a talented photographer and art director based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work is mainly centred around shadows, reflections and a modern spin on still life, which are accompanied by unique, sometimes rather witty captions. She also uses strong, vibrant colours, like red, yellow and blue, which add another dimension to her imagery. Take a look at her impressive portfolio down below.
Māgoa presents Klementina Tadin, a Croatian born artist from Split. A photographer and a designer of visual communication, whose photos are gently influenced by imagery of computer arts, illustrations and paintings.
KONNTRA is a result of a friendship, creativity and belief that everything can be achieved. It is a mixture of the present and the future, something that is nowadays, in countries of former Yugoslavia, fairly rare, especially with such a result. Māgoa is proud to present 3 young architects, Mirjana Lozanovska and Silvija Shaleva from Macedonia and Erik Jurišević from Slovenia.
“Fashion illustration is something that very recently became something I love to do. I get my inspiration from collections that have been coming out these past few seasons: there are so many designers whose work I love.
“It is easy for young illustrators to get lost in the predominant trends of the moment as we all wish for people to like our work. Emulating these trends might seem like a shortcut, but it’s not. Focus on who you are and what you want to tell, then sketch it out.”