A skillful young sculptor and a brilliant performance artist from the Cluj School of Art, Romania; His specific boxing abilities allow Szilard Gaspar to pursue a very special conceptual approach in performance art, since the leading theme in the artist’s research is at this moment the nature of the struggle between human power and matter..
Painting in vivid, sometimes fluorescent acrylics, smearing, marbling, and splattering the material in thick, abstract brushstrokes onto large-scale white canvases that pop with color, Hortal works on several paintings simultaneously, responding to the colors both impulsively and with premeditation, and often letting the paint drip down the canvas.
As a portrait/figurative painter, Nick works from life as well as photography, describing his art as something close to “abstracted realism”, with an objective of expressing as much of the realistic human element of life as possible through a limited and often simplified approach to his rendering or brushwork, giving an illusion of realism while...
Eagles has been using preserved animal blood in his multidimensional works for over a decade. He applies blood to layers of clear Plexiglas and then permanently preserves the organic material with layers of resin, allowing the high-gloss surfaces to suspend the fluid, organic forms. In the presence of light, the blood's translucency is revealed under and between...
Lee, an artist and actor from Los Angeles, paints portraits made up of colorful and thick brushstrokes, which make his paintings three-dimensional works. The details and subjects facial expressions are hidden by exuberant colors, real protagonists of his pop universe that constitutes the artist’s style; sometimes the abstract profiles reveal the detail ...
The American Sculptor Ken Kelleher makes large-scale digital sculptures that are imagined in real public spaces. His digital art has giant dimensions and stand in strong contrast to their surroundings of galleries, gardens, and public squares. People can see a continuous between material and form, light and shadow, time and space, and content...
Through her paintings, Alonzo examines our place, metaphysically and functionally, in the midst of today’s fast-paced world. For Alonzo, it has been a time of painting dangerously. Experimentation with the formal elements of line, form, mass, and texture is now in play. More importantly, the guiding principle is fearlessness in the use of color and space.
Ina Gerken’s abstract gestural paintings are an interplay of perception, feeling, and motion. Works such as Untitled (Dearth 2) (2018) demonstrate emotion through the visual exchange between line, form, and color to achieve harmony. Applying precise lines with power and ferocity, her gestures guide the viewer’s experience as displays of energy.
Insistent on their physicality, Ryan’s sculptures recast found and handmade objects as spectacular, larger-than-life hieroglyphs of Americana. Her mediums, which range from bowling balls to a deconstructed Airstream camper, are both familiar and iconographic, and seemingly lost in time. These materials are often at odds with the subjects they represent...
Matteo Mauro, London based artist and designer. Born in Sicily. He observes and explores the world with the eyes of an artist, seeking innovative solutions, as well as the old, in this infinite mediation between reality and dreams, which we call art. His drawing and creative techniques mix analogical and digital tools to generate artworks of a distinct contemporary sensibility.
Shira Barzilay is an artist whose iconic work is globally recognized through her influential @koketit platform. The Tel Aviv based artist Instagram account counts half a million followers, and her unique and captivating drawing style and mixed media art has brought her to the attention of some of the world’s leading brands.
An innovator and visual director extraordinare, shapes his skills according to the art trends of the digital world with artificial intelligence and computer-generated imagination methods.