On many occasions, artists have prophesied the path of their career, the course
of their life and many other things surrounding them including life and death. A very specific one is Jean Michel Basquiat, the artist that we have chosen for the cover of the second edition of our magazine.

From the kid living in a cardboard box on the streets of New York at 17, to a superstar millionaire artist at 21, to his tragic death at the age of 28 to a legend that inspires millions of artists, Jean Michel Basquiat has captured the imagination of the world.

The purpose of this publication is to see how contemporary artists present themselves
and their works to the viewers and to connect them with a wider audience.

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Bijanka Bacic

Elena Adaibekova

Bijanka Bacic (b. 1997) is a Australian born artist

My name is Elena Adaibekova.I’m 35 years old.

that has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from

I started drawing about 2 years ago.After a severe

National Art School, Sydney, Australia in 2018.

internal crisis, I realized that I was no longer what

She currently lives and works in London, UK.

I had been all my life.The roles I played were no

Bijanka’s paintings draw upon her desire to find

longer my reflection.I was a daughter, a wife, and

a permanent vision that is deeply connected

a mother,and I developed spiritually,traveled,

to the universal. Where her work becomes a

and even did business for a few years, but I wasn’t

chaotically orchestrated surface that feels

myself.Sometimes these masks stick so hard that

familiar yet obscured with its vibrating colors and

you can’t breathe anymore.It happened to

abstracted figures.

me, too.At that moment, I was born as an artist.

Her creative process draws from the restless

The canvas silently accepted all my pain,all

motion of movement. By extracting various

my doubts and mental tosses.During this time, I

silhouettes of figures in motion, she places them

wrote more than 30 paintings, I wrote day and

in an unsequenced manner onto the canvas.

night, without giving up my strength.Now I am

Where their form gives her absolute freedom

grateful to fate for all the trials,I proudly say “I am


to play with the application of colour and the

boundaries between line and body.


an artist”. That’s what I am.

Morning Haze

Homage To My Past


Stop Honey You Are Hurting Me


Oil Pastel on Paper

30 x 40 cm


Oil on Canvas

174 x 250 cm


Acrilic on Linen

106 x 78 cm

Acrylic on Linen

78.5 x 70 cm

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