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Robert Kraiza

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When I paint I escape to whimsical worlds where the rules of nature can  be bent. I like to explore worlds that are extraodinary in nature but have roots in our own. The curious worlds I am unveiling are places … Continue reading

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Paul Kaptein

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Paul Kaptein’s works are deliberations on time. This work considers two strategies for disrupting the flow of temporal perception. The first can be seen as a mental process, as a way of sitting outside time, while the second refers to the … Continue reading

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Sylva Kanderal

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I was born in the Czech Republic, live in Zürich, Switzerland. My path led me through the studio of my friend in the Aimé Venel art school in Zürich. There I get the graphical basis. It was followed by studies … Continue reading

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Roswitha Klotz

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Roswitha Klotz is a German painter and musician.In music she was successful as pianist and harpsichordist, but never stopped creating fine arts. Periods of working with watercolours alternated with periods of oil chalk colours, oil on paper, wood or canvas. … Continue reading

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Leopold Kessler

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Since 2000 I work mainly in public space, my interventions, videos and sculptures are dealing with the conditions of social behaviour and the organisation of cohabitation. The works sometimes function as triggers for reactions or as a tool of focusing … Continue reading

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Anselm Kiefer

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  March Heath 1974 (260 Kb); Oil, acrylic, and shellac on burlap, 118 x 254 cm (46 1/2 x 100 in); Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands   Kiefer, Anselm (born 1945), German painter, born in Donaueschingen; 1966 left law studies … Continue reading

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Aslı Kutluay

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Play-full-ness is the key word that depicts Asli Kutluay’s work. Indeed the work encapsulates so much playfulness and joy with elegance. Coco Chanel is an archetype underlying many of the characters Kutluay portrays. She is volatile and somewhat more than … Continue reading

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Halis Karakurt

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When one peers into Halis Karakurt internal and private worlds what becomes immediately apparent is that two different visions coalesce as one in these visual works: an internal vision that one sees in visions and a type of representation that … Continue reading

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Alexei Kostroma

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In the early 1990s Alexei Kostroma proclaims a new trend in contemporary art – organic, which can be traced to some highly original works of early-twentieth-century Russian Avant-Garde. It was this “organic” path, connected with the study of the laws … Continue reading

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KILU

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Kilu’s artistic practice includes using light as both the source material and product of his work. He explores this intangible medium by transforming and combining casual objects into sculptures, which are then able to manipulate, capture and absorb the intrinsic … Continue reading

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Beat Kuert

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Beat Kuert is a photographer closest at heart to the manner of painting, clearing linguistic minimalism and moving towards a pictorial baroque-like expression made of vivid ignition of colors. Through the process that most all figurative art shares, Kuert affirms … Continue reading

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Šejla Kamerić

Šejla Kamerić

  “Art is not a goal, but a mean of self-identification – communicating my own experiences, memories, and opinions – which I want to share or confront others with.” -Šejla Kamerić www.sejlakameric.com  

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