Interview with the artist:

Olga Shpak

"I do not divide models into children and adults."


Welcome from editors

Art is a Lifestyle


We believe there is no better education than art. Seeing and understanding the artist's philosophy, point of view, opinion, thoughts and feelings is something mindful humans recognize for the gift that it is. We believe that ability to see art, ability to understand art, ability to think for yourself, ability to argue with your inner self is being cut off from people's lives by modern tech and the herd mentality.


There is a story in every art piece created. A story worth listening to. A story worth learning from. We want The Artbo to become a place where anyone can find inspiration or learn something new. Exposure to art does inspire creativity. It does make you think outside of the box.


Nadya Zimmerman and Jelena Osmolovska
Creators of The Artbo


Artist Spotlight:

Subtraction by Nick Prideaux

"My approach is guided by my intuition, rather than preconception. The camera gives me a way of looking at the every day in a more conscious light and a way of surfacing thoughts and feelings that are otherwise difficult to access and express.  "


Independent Voices


Women In The World of Film by Ada Pîrvu

Actor, not actress. Director, not female director. In a time when feminism and gender gap seem to permeate every single discussion, every single film festival and every artist’s work, I want to talk facts, achievements, artistic vision.

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Tappan- A Modern Approach to Art

Tappan’s mission is to reinvent the approach to discovering and collecting contemporary art while fostering and supporting the careers of exceptional emerging artists.

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Interior Architecture:

The Kumaon: A Minimalist Escape

We found so much beauty in the perfect balancing of the art and science of designing a living space in this tiny, minimalist hotel, The Kumaon, nestled in a hidden nook in Kasar Devi, a ridge above the historical city of Almora in India. 


signature artwork:

In the Realm of Legends by Drew Doggett


Since the equestrian population’s story is rooted in Iceland’s mythology, the horses have deep roots within the country’s culture and day-to-day life. They are extremely amicable and their temperament is part of what defines them. 

Drew Doggett is a photographer and filmmaker who focuses on telling the extraordinary stories of places and cultures at risk of disappearing.



The Artbo Gallery


Latest Photo Series:


 Beyond Structures by Marc Haldemann

"Beyond Structures" was shot in Iceland and the USA. The photographs show timeless excerpts from landscapes that seem to be detached from their actual location.

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The Tulip by Tom Hegen

The Salt Series is a set of aerial photographs of salt ponds by German photographer Tom Hegen.

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