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Gilbert Salinas

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My central theme is based on investigating the variety of ways to address the organic forms of nature and its constant evolution through art. I am also interested in the aging surfaces of the planet and in the traces that … 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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Robert Szittay

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Robert Szittay (b 1972 , Slovakia) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava and Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. Artist in Residence at Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. He is a member of arts associations in … Continue reading

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Christine Senger

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Christine lives and works in Switzerland. She loves to experiment and to take the step into the unforeseen with audacity. For her paintings she uses friendly, warm and intensive colors. „I fully submit myself to the moment. I don’t have … Continue reading

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Ho Yoon Shin

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Paper, to me, is the optimal material to explain the social structure. First,  I firmly believe that the paper which has properties called historicity, a feature that records pass through the role of knowledge on it for future generations had brought … Continue reading

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Kae Seak

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Born in Nagano, Japan, grew up in a family that loved art. One of her biggest artistic influences was sumi ink painting taught by her grandfather in her infant stage. Ever since she has begun to paint in the end … Continue reading

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Franziska Schmalzl

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Franziska Schmalzl´s works communicate the joy of existence spontaneously and show a refreshing playfulness. The heroes depicted are colourful plants as well as insects and birds, which are frequently given their own voices. Again and again, objects of daily life … Continue reading

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Jack Staller

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Jack Staller, a painter and storyteller, has managed to find his passion between the two realms. The greatest inspiration for his storytelling, he gets from the Bible. Within the Bible, his focus is usually stories about women. Continuing a centuries … Continue reading

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Gordon J. Solomon

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Artist and musician Gordon Solomon was born in George Town, Grand Cayman during the late 70′s.  As a Caymanian artist, he uses his community and surroundings as a constant reminder of where he desires to go within the world of … Continue reading

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Tracey Snelling

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My work derives from voyeurism, film noir, and geographical and architectural location. Within this idea of location, themes develop around a particular locale’s inhabitants: Who are these people? What do they do and why do they do it? These questions … Continue reading

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David Brian Smith

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Often drawing on autobiographical incidents and memories, David Brian Smith’s paintings utilise personal as well as found photographs as source imagery, rooting them in the real, lived world. These landscape paintings, however, are far from realism. With a distinct crosshatched … Continue reading

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Carina Sanmarful

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The world of the monochrome Long time ago, primal creatures slept in plasticity, refusing to clear contours. Sand clocks ran without losing from their chaos. Darkness surrounded it all in eternity. One day, a feather and a pen came to … Continue reading

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