BIO: Crixo Aponte is a sculptor and architect born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1973, where at an early age studied … More
The painting [Creation] is a meditation on what it means to create and to have literal fertility or just fertile … More
BIO: Christina Massey’s work has exhibited extensively in over a dozen solo exhibitions including such locations as the Blackbird Gallery … More
BIO: Hira Kazmi is an internationally featured illustrator based in Pakistan. Her work embodies societal taboos. Every illustration that she … More
BIO My artistic process reflects my life experience, with the cultures of the places in which I have lived, constantly … More
Hi Reishabh! Thanks so much for taking time out of your busy schedule for us! So, take us back to … More
BIO Salvatore Garau (b. 1953) is an Italian artist from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. Garau studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti … More
BIO Rey’s creative journey began at a young age, initially signed to BritArt at the age of 21, selling abstract … More
Artist Statement With fluid line work and highly experimental use of media, I paint intimate portraits, dynamic animal representations and … More
BIO Szendi Werner (born in 1966 in Guessing, Austria, childhood and youth in Harmisch, Burgenland) currently lives and works in … More
Artist statement With my art, I try to convey a feeling of serene loneliness and stillness, the inevitable passage of … More
Hi Pau! Nice to meet you! Could you tell us about yourself and share the story of how and why … More
About Irene Hoff For Asia-based Dutch artist Irene Hoff, the world is out of balance, which is evidenced by both … More
Artist statement Metodija Jovanov is a fine artist from North Macedonia who mainly focuses on painting with acrylics and oils but … More
“I liked taking photographs of places, but images always lacked something. I wanted to capture my view of a space, and I found the best way to do that is by sketching it out”.
For our 25th dialogue, the mathematician Danijela Nedeljković talks to us about her lively artwork, which can brighten the gloomiest … More
Elina V.G. is a watercolor artist who explores the beauty of daily life. She seeks to change people’s perception of their surroundings by painting everyday life treasures, because it looks as if we sometimes forget to stop and enjoy them for what they are. Maybe because of that Elina adheres realism in her practice.
‘…regardless of the language and technique chosen, aesthetics is very important in my work. I like to grab the observer … More
I love using color. At art school I was told to ‘tone my colors down,’ but now in my practice, the colors have come alive.
I love contradictions. I playfully reference art history, big ideas and religious iconography and paint them with irreverence, like a game of consequences, grand themes about life and death, time and history, approached with a light touch.