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Stefan Filarski

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After a career in advertising Stefan Filarski (1967) decided to focus on his art. One of the projects of this Dutch artists is the “Crushed Can Series”, made in a pop art like style with bright colors and clear shapes. … Continue reading

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Flávia Fernandes

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I made the Pieces of Sea etchings while I was doing the interferences in the natural landscape and they are a part of the work, that is composed of some photographs, videos of the interference and these etchings. I call … Continue reading

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Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez

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I am currently creating a visual novel comprised of paintings, sculptures, objects and mixed media that together and in different voices weave a synchronicity of dialogues, passages, punctuations, silences about hybridity and cultural ownership. It is a multi-narrative novel about … Continue reading

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Vigdis Elisabeth Feldt

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Vigdis Elisabeth Feldt studied as an atelier-student at the Free Artists Acadamie in Stavanger. Kjell Phar Iversen the neo-impressionist, was among her wonderful teachers. She started exhibiting her works at local restaurants, boutiques and galleries  in Stavanger in 90s. Her … Continue reading

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Zaria Forman

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My inspiration for drawing began early in my life. Throughout my childhood my family traveled all over the world to remote landscapes, which were the subject of my mother’s fine art photography. I developed an appreciation for the beauty and … Continue reading

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Fabian Freese

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I walk the border between painting and photography, using one to augment the other in terms of visual interest. Normally I travel around and do shootings at different places like Rome, Florence, Munich, London, Luxembourg and especially at old castles … Continue reading

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Mounir Fatmi

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Mounir Fatmi constructs visual spaces and linguistic games that aim to free the viewer from their preconceptions. His videos, installations, drawings, paintings and sculptures bring to light our doubts, fears and desires. They directly address the current events of our … Continue reading

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Jeff Funnell

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Jeff Funnell(b.1941) lives and works in Winnipeg,Canada and New York City. He received an MFA from the University of Cincinnati in 1970, and a BFA from the University of Manitoba in 1967. Since 1974 he had been a professor at … Continue reading

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Maria Friberg

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Most of my work revolves about themes of power, masculinity and man’s relationship to nature. In my images, I create ambiguous tableaus that challenge preconceived notions about identity, gender and social hierarchies.My most recent pieces look both outwards, to the … Continue reading

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Joseph Farbrook

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Voice Inside My Head is a poetic investigation into the internal monologue that occurs after an emotional crisis. There is a tendency to argue with oneself, re-explain events, playing out alternate scenarios. This flashing text-image appears to the eye as … Continue reading

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Jean Alexander Frater

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Jean is a multidisciplinary artist who lives with her family in Chicago. She graduated with a BFA in Philosophy from the University of Dayton, and received her MFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has been … Continue reading

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Håkan Fredén

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The computer has revolutionized the art of printmaking. The creative possibilities have expanded enormously. I started making computer based prints in the middle of the 1980′s. The most significant change since that time is the increased longevity of the prints. … Continue reading

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