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Hyperrealism Magazine #11 -June 2020


Summer is around the corner and we’re ready to enjoy it with this fresh new issue! Let’s leave behind dark times of this winter and get positive for a golden summer. Let’s talk about what you’re going to find in this June issue! On our overture article we’ve inevitably talked about this unexpected and global period of stagnation and lockdown…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #10 – March 2020


Hello there! Even though we are currently experiencing dark times all over the world, we want to maintain positivity to combat growing anxiety and we must focus on the fact that our normalcy will return soon, everything will be fine in the end, and when all this is behind us, we will have to look at our lives with a…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #9 – December 2019


Hello everyone and enjoy your Holidays! As a present this year, we’re thrilled to present you this fantastic new issue of Hyperrealism Magazine!!! As usual, there are interviews with outstanding talented artists of whom you can deepen their art, such as Daniel Brici and his amazing “incomplete” paintings inspired by neglected Romanian children and the social and political aspects around…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #8 – September issue


We’re so excited to present you this fantastic new issue of Hyperrealism Magazine!!! There are interviews with outstanding talented artists, such as Sebastian Nasta, who surprises us with his beautiful portraits and their hidden meanings, Michael Weiss and his peculiar artworks inspired by nature and love for details, Lesley Thiel who fascinates us with her emotional portraits committed to strong…

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The Hyper-Pop Art of Paola Boni


Paola Boni is an Italian based artist that uses action figures, toys and comics mixed with consumer objects like candies, chips bag, chewing gums, yogurt pots and so on… giving life to impactful and colorful hyperrealistic paintings. Her peculiarity is the way she puts together these objects: she doesn’t create just an original still-life composition, but she gives life to…

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Hyperrealism Towards New Ways Exhibition @ Copro Gallery


Our co-curated exhibition with Copro Gallery from July 13 to August 3. Our first co-curated exhibition in collaboration with Copro Gallery. The aim of this show is to start a discourse about the changing of Hyperrealism nowadays, towards different visions, ways of interpretation, themes and concepts, leading a fresh new vision of Contemporary Realism. All Artists Jeff BartelsAlex DevereuxLew Brennan Carina…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #7 – June issue


We open this fantastic number with an exclusive content, our first live coverage event in occasion of the Venice Biennale: the exhibition at Giardini della Marinaressa where we met Carole Feuerman and her breathtaking sculptures! We finally reveal all the fantastic artists who will be present at the July exhibition in collaboration with Copro Gallery and we’ve been so lucky…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #6 – March issue


Starting another year with Hyperrealism Magazine with this amazing 6th issue of which we’re so proud of! There are so many projects in the air… We finally unveil one of them: the first group exhibition curated by Hyperrealism Magazine in collaboration with Copro Gallery, Santa Monica, US. The exhibition will take place on July 13th through August 3rd and will…

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Carina Francioso at ARC Vision 2019


Carina Francioso, Canadian artist, is the recipient of the Art Renewal Center/Arcadia Contemporary Gallery Award. Some of her recent works are now exhibited at Arcadia Contemporary Gallery, California, US, until March 2nd. The paintings that Carina has presented in the occasion of the Arc Vision 2019 at Arcadia Gallery are simply breathtaking. She has created a complete portrait of the…

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The Importance of Being Alternative


“Alternative Realism Project” is an original idea by Hyperrealism Magazine. © Photorealism, as we know, was born at the end of 60’s in US and has recently turned 50. This movement has broken the rules of the XX century’s art, bringing back the realism in the modern era and depicting a well-placed historic period. In this way, following the Pop…

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