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Lorenzo Quinn is a leading figurative sculptor whose work is inspired by masters such as Michelangelo, Bernini and Rodin. Exhibited internationally, his monumental public art and smaller, more intimate pieces transmit his passion for eternal values and authentic emotions. He is best known for expressive recreations of human hands.

Lorenzo Quinn

David Aiu Servan Schreiber cares about our future, and through his art, wants to inspire the humankind to preserve our planet.

David Aiu Servan-Schreiber

Known for her ambitious, large-scale and explosively colourful interventions in public spaces, Camille Walala uses the man-made landscape as a platform for disseminating positivity.

Camille Walala

Robert Montgomery follows a tradition of conceptual art and stands out by bringing a poetic voice to the discourse of text art.

Robert Montgomery

Delphine cares about changing the gaze in photography and creating a new narrative to empower women of colour because of the lack of representation into the art world and beyond..

Delphine Diallo

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Walter & Zoniel are collaborating and exhibiting internationally. Multidisciplinary in their practice, they work with a variety of mediums one of which being the production of interactive and socially engaging installations/performances.

Walter & Zoniel

Jesu cares about science, nature and history, concerns that are constantly reflected in his work. Through his practice, he wishes to expose the darkest truths about the times in which we live in.

Jesu Moratiel

Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark is a UK based, self-taught, digital sculptor, writer, researcher and curator living in Central London. She explores the nuances of identity that pivot between hyper-visibility and invisibility, offering (re-)imagined collective perspective.

Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark

Claire Luxton’s work draws on both the modern anxiety of society and the environment; each portrait, painting and accompanying poetry, becoming an exploration of isolation, desire and uncertainty. 

Claire Luxton

The stories told through Asiko's images are an anthology of his emotional state in the intersection with culture and identity. The artist creates symbolic representations to question culture, beauty, identity and power, and fight against the barriers of patriarchy.

Àsìkò

Art studio Iregular creates interactive audiovisual installations, large-scale sculptures, architectural projections and scenographies, with a focus on interactive and immersive experiences.

Iregular

Economic studies are based on a series of basic principles: one of them states that, for any given individual, “the more, the better”. Insua’s work tries to push this axiom to the limit of excess and abundance, in order to tense it, question it or even defy it. The artist reinforces: ‘My pieces are about desire, opulence, ostentation and luxury."

Elisa Insua

Sam Lock explores the rhythms and currents of painting, a journey between and through layers, a build-up of moments in time and intuitions followed. Each work is a mystery and a contradiction that is at once solid and substantial yet elusive.

Sam Lock

Zahra Holm explores the complexity and beauty of femininity and the female form using bold colours and striking compositions.

Zahra Holm

Lela is a multidisciplinary artist. She uses AI and ethereal music to merge visual imagery into a multi-sensorial experience, transporting the viewer and listener to a different dimension.

Lela Amparo

Liz West is an artist known for her wide-ranging works, from the intimate to the monumental, using a variety of materials and exploring the use of light within an artistic context.

Liz West

David Popa is an artist born and raised in NYC currently based in Finland. His current body of work uses all-natural pigments to create site-specific, ephemeral earth-works.

David Popa

Leni is interested in psychological and physical structures. She reconstructs narratives from biblical, classical and mythological worlds in order to deconstruct them into concepts founded on the most intimate fears.

Leni Dothan

Lauren's work explores the fragility of life, energy-fields, the after-life and other dimensions

Lauren Baker

Nitzan Mintz is a visual poet based in Tel Aviv, she creates visual poetry in the public sphere.

Nitzan Mintz

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Dede Bandaid is a Tel-Aviv based, urban narrative artist, who utilizes various mediums to communicate within the public arena.

Dede Bandaid

Using anachronism, Leo Caillard wants us to reflect about the present in light of our past

Léo Caillard

Jennifer Abessira draws us to a reflection of our digital life versus the one that we actually live

Jennifer Abessira

Cyril de Commarque is a multidisciplinary artist whose works have been subject to numerous solo shows and featured in prominent group shows, including the Grand Palais, The Fondation Louis Vuitton, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini during the Venice Biennial.

Cyril de Commarque

Through intimate portraits and interviews, Andrea explores mental health issues and its intricate relationship with society

Andrea Tyrimos

Over seven billion souls exist on this planet, each with a unique face and story. Shana Wilson transfers her visceral love for the human landscape to canvas. She paints inspirational women from all walks of life, all having in common the ability to inspire and create social change.

Shana Wilson

A fine art painter for nearly two decades, Louise has had solo and group shows in Australia, California and London. Louise's work is mainly focused on the human form of 'normal people', with particular attention paid to capturing melancholy and strength through the face.

Louise Howard

Elodie Blanchard is a Brooklyn based French/American artist. She finds beauty in the discarded. Her materials of choice are used clothing, textiles, packaging materials, helium balloons and production leftovers most often the result of our overconsumption.

Elodie Blanchard

Arnaud Lapierre proposes a creative multidisciplinary approach, taking on challenges that sweep across all fields: from object to architecture, from craft to innovation, from cognitive art to experimental installation and technological transfer.

Arnaud Lapierre

Stefania's work explores the evolution of the woman’s spirit and the psyche, threading nature and womanhood coming together into an unequivocal wake-up call towards reconnecting with our origins, the infinite source of life.

Stefania Tejada

Luis Gomez de Teran, also known as Gomez was born in Caracas on 1980. His art is deeply symbolic and gets its main inspiration from baroque painters.

Luis Gomez de Teran

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