Fransien Bal’s Musivisual Language inherent to her series titled Wandering Matter and Novel Dust presents a union between the language of image and the language of music. Limited edition works by Fransien Bal on EURART Project.

Maybe asemic? Fransien Bal’s Musivisual Language inherent to her series titled Wandering Matter and Novel Dust presents a union between the language of image and the language of music. Limited edition works by Fransien Bal on EURART Project.

"Untitled (Amsterdam)" by Sander Meisner on EURART Project.

Sander Meisner photographs the sleeping infrastructure of the urban environment

Take a seat on the throne with artist Maarten Peerdeman in his impressive work titled "Victorious"

Take a seat on the throne with artist Maarten Peerdeman in his impressive work titled "Victorious"

"Amsterdam 2010 No.1" belongs to Thom van Rijckevorsel's latest body of work titled "Public Faces," a collection of photographs, or ‘re-portraits’ of weather-beaten advertising posters which the artist took over the period of seven years in various cities around Europe.

"Amsterdam 2010 No.1" belongs to Thom van Rijckevorsel's latest body of work titled "Public Faces," a collection of photographs, or ‘re-portraits’ of weather-beaten advertising posters which the artist took over the period of seven years in various cities around Europe.

In her series titled "Yellow Polka Dot Bikini," Basje Boer's photographs capture decontextualized scenes of everyday life, which take on surrealistic characteristics. www.eurartproject.com

In her series titled "Yellow Polka Dot Bikini," Basje Boer's photographs capture decontextualized scenes of everyday life, which take on surrealistic characteristics.

Julia Pinter: "Luster"  Available editions on eurart: http://bit.ly/K2c2gs

Luster by Julia Pinter forms part of a series that reflects on the ambiguity of rendering works in paintings in a way that imitates nature, as if creating reproductions of photographs.

Who knew horse acupuncture could be so beautiful? ("Rodinde" by Marije Kuiper)

Rodinde by Marije Kuiper forms part of the artist's famous Vinkega series completed in 2010

Kristof Muranyi: "Off"

Kristof Muranyi: Off

"The Tulip Did It" series by Cristina Martins is a story about the collision of two societies, a story of humility and alienation. Exclusive editions on eurartproject.com

"The Tulip Did It" series by Cristina Martins is a story about the collision of two societies, a story of humility and alienation.


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Silage (Family Kuperus) by Marije Kuiper forms part of the artist's famous Vinkega series completed in 2010.

Silage (Family Kuperus) by Marije Kuiper forms part of the artist's famous Vinkega series completed in

Cristina Martins' series titled Possessions illuminate underlying psychological forces inherent to human relationships.

Cristina Martins' series titled Possessions illuminate underlying psychological forces inherent to human relationships.

Cristina Martins' series titled Possessions illuminate underlying psychological forces inherent to human relationships.

Cristina Martins' series titled Possessions illuminate underlying psychological forces inherent to human relationships.

Inspired by the notion of a single image that instantly articulates a concept, Australian-born artist and fashion-designer Anna Coroneo’s photographs are often explorations of textures and patterns found in nature. The three black and white photographs of the artist's Canopy series capture the serene rhythm of the visual botanical surroundings, whilst their imprint of purity exudes a crisp sense of irrevocable elegance.

Inspired by the notion of a single image that instantly articulates a concept, Australian-born artist and fashion-designer Anna Coroneo’s photographs are often explorations of textures and patterns found in nature. The three black and white photographs of the artist's Canopy series capture the serene rhythm of the visual botanical surroundings, whilst their imprint of purity exudes a crisp sense of irrevocable elegance.

Peerdeman's work titled "Raw" presents a prime example of the artist's masterful figuration. The figure of power and authority is only implied in a symbolic manner through the depiction of a throne, while the dark and sinister aspect of the thematic connotation becomes apparent through the presence of the omnivorous pests.

Peerdeman's work titled "Raw" presents a prime example of the artist's masterful figuration. The figure of power and authority is only implied in a symbolic manner through the depiction of a throne, while the dark and sinister aspect of the thematic connotation becomes apparent through the presence of the omnivorous pests.

Inspired by the notion of a single image that instantly articulates a concept, Australian-born artist and fashion-designer Anna Coroneo’s photographs are often explorations of textures and patterns found in nature. The three black and white photographs of the artist's Canopy series capture the serene rhythm of the visual botanical surroundings, whilst their imprint of purity exudes a crisp sense of irrevocable elegance.

Inspired by the notion of a single image that instantly articulates a concept, Australian-born artist and fashion-designer Anna Coroneo’s photographs are often explorations of textures and patterns found in nature. The three black and white photographs of the artist's Canopy series capture the serene rhythm of the visual botanical surroundings, whilst their imprint of purity exudes a crisp sense of irrevocable elegance.

Possession I is the first piece we introduce from Cristina Martins' Possessions, a series of works exploring oh-so-familiar familiarly circumstances.

Possession I is the first piece we introduce from Cristina Martins' Possessions, a series of works exploring oh-so-familiar familiarly circumstances.

Inspired by the notion of a single image that instantly articulates a concept, Australian-born artist and fashion-designer Anna Coroneo’s photographs are often explorations of textures and patterns found in nature. The three black and white photographs of the artist's Canopy series capture the serene rhythm of the visual botanical surroundings, whilst their imprint of purity exudes a crisp sense of irrevocable elegance.

Inspired by the notion of a single image that instantly articulates a concept, Australian-born artist and fashion-designer Anna Coroneo’s photographs are often explorations of textures and patterns found in nature. The three black and white photographs of the artist's Canopy series capture the serene rhythm of the visual botanical surroundings, whilst their imprint of purity exudes a crisp sense of irrevocable elegance.

"Billboard" by Sander Meisner on EURART Project. Capturing his compositions using a camera from the 1950’s (namely a Mamiya 33 twin lens reflex medium format film camera), Sander Meisner employs an analogue technique in his photography.

"Billboard" by Sander Meisner on EURART Project. Capturing his compositions using a camera from the (namely a Mamiya 33 twin lens reflex medium format film camera), Sander Meisner employs an analogue technique in his photography.

Pieter en Tiny by Marije Kuiper forms part of the artist's famous Vinkega series completed in 2010.

Pieter en Tiny by Marije Kuiper forms part of the artist's famous Vinkega series completed in

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