Toronto-based wunderkind Hani Pathan is a Jack of all trades. Known formally as her artist name— Huney Studios, the multi-talent expands an oeuvre across a myriad of mediums, exploring different genres and media, ultimately representing a steadfast belief that art is not simply a “one all, be all” approach.
Shirin Neshat’s Land of Dreams
Iranian-born New York City resident Shirin Neshat is a visual artist best recognized for her work in photography, and film. Prior to the Iranian Islamic Revolution in 1974, Neshat traveled to Los Angeles to pursue her art studies.
Vivienne Westwood and Juergen Teller In Naples for SS22′
At the beginning of last year, Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler made the most of the relaxation of restrictions across Europe traveling down to Naples to see friends – a trip that would coincidentally set the scene for their SS22 campaign against “collapsing 16th-century houses, fishing boats, and vibrant locals.”
Photographer Hannah Wild Explores The Female Gaze and ‘Growing Up’
Photographer Hannah Louis Wild shares her latest series Live Laugh Love — a captivating collection of awry and nostalgic images exploring childhood, friendship, aging, and the passage of time.
Chrisauntae at Want Management photographed and styled by Stella Gigliotti exclusive for Liminul Magazine.
Lea Colombo: Colours of my Body
With just a glance at one of Lea Colombo’s photographs, you’ll instantly recognize it: hazy, psychedelic, and saturated in profound colour, the South African’s work is a multi-faceted exploration of feminine energy.
Canadian Photographer Ava Margueritte’s One Mile
Canadian photographer Ava Margueritte explores different narratives to document physical reactions to other emotional states. Absorbing her surroundings, Margueritte’s placid and contemplative work evaluates the connection between body and mind.
Canadian Photographer Ibrahim Mahmoud’s ‘Where his Flowers Bloom’
Simplicity and Slowness in Alex Dozois’ Still Life & Portraiture
Montreal based photographer Alex Dozois investigates the simplicity of the human experience and the relationship we have with our surroundings, capturing and accentuating the languid stillness of everyday life.
Nelson Huang’s Enigmatic Portraiture
Toronto photographer Nelson Huang brings a distinctly editorial perspective to his portrait photography, channeling the sophisticated and straightforward whimsy of photographers like Leslie Zhang, Colin Dodgson, and Cho Gi Seok.