Richard Orlinski

Richard Orlinski is a French artist born in Paris in 1966. A sculptor since 2004, his work, is conceived around the concept “Born Wild” in a style and with contemporary materials available for a large audience, including children. His creations act on archaisms.

His works are exhibited both at FIAC on the slopes of Courchevel and in 90 galleries worldwide. Since 2011, he has been ranked in the Top 10 of the best selling French artists in the world by Art Price; one of his works was awarded €680,000.

Gianfranco Meggiato

Gianfranco Meggiato was born in Venice in 1963, where he attended the Istituto Statale d’Arte art college for five years, studying stone, bronze, wood and ceramic sculpture. At the invitation of the Municipality of Venice, he exhibited his works at a very young age in two exhibitions, in 1979 and 1984, at the “Galleria Comunale Bevilacqua La Masa” in St Mark’s Square, Venice, where he showed sculptures in stone and semi-refractory material. Since 1998 Gianfranco Meggiato has participated without interruption in a long series of exhibitions, shows and fairs in Italy and abroad.

Stefano Bombardieri

Born in 1968 in Brescia, Italy. Based in Brescia, he spent part of his childhood in his father’s workshop, himself a sculptor, where he experimented the use of artistic techniques and materials by developing highly original applications.
HIs influences include great masters such as Boccioni, Balla, the Futurist movement painters, Henry Moore, sculptor of the early twentieth century, and Piero Manzoni. He participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions worldwide.

Roberta Coni

Roberta Coni was born in Marino (Rome) in 1976. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 1999. She integrated her studies abroad with two grants in Spain and the United States. 

Primarily interested in the human figure, she mixes the classical technique of oil painting with heavy body paste made of bitumen, melted wax and glue. Since 2009, her artistic research has been geared toward large-scale paintings, in which the face often emerges from the shadows. An interpretation of the contemplative soul aimed in continuous introspection. 

Nemo Jantzen

Born and raised in The Hague, after his study of art, design and photography at the RTO in Rotterdam he moved to Antwerp, working as a Creative Director and billboard artist while further developing his technique and style as a fine artist. After several years in Belgium, and a year travelling through Asia and the Middle East, he settled down in Spain, dedicating his career to the making and selling of fine art, mentoring other emerging artists, and consistently exhibiting to high acclaim.

Gavin Bond

Bond's passion for photography began when shooting backstage at the Paris & Milan collections whilst studying fashion design at St Martins School Of Art. After he graduated in 1992 he started to work for prestigious publications including Vogue, Elle & Marie Claire. Now based in New York, Bond divides his time between east and west coasts shooting key art poster campaigns for all the major film studios and television networks. He also works editorially for magazines such as Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly and the international editions of GQ.

Derrick Santini

Derrick Santini hails from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, and discovered his love for photography at the age of thirteen, 
whilst taking pictures with his mum’s old Agfa camera. Derrick spent his teenage years recording everything he saw; initially a silent and passive observer, he came to regard the images he took as slices of life, ‘moments in-between’, as statements about the individual, society, culture – and ultimately as an expression of the human condition.

Javier Martin

Javier Martin (Spain, 1985) is a multidisciplinary artist who bases his creative exploration on the careful observation of his surroundings, detecting semiotic relationships that might otherwise pass by unnoticed to an unperceptive viewer. With this approach, the artist constructs situations that invite reflection on impending matters in today’s world.

Javier Leon Perez

Javier León Pérez was born in Seville in 1977, where he went on to study at the School of Arts, obtaining a graduate degree in 2001, specialising in ceramics and sculpture. In 2007 he received Bachelors degree at the University of Arts in Seville, before completing his MFA in Creation and Investigation MAC+1 at the University Complutense de Madrid.

Ilhwa Kim

Ilhwa Kim's work 'Seed Universe' is composed of tens of thousands of seed units. Each seed unit has the combination of straight lines and circles, which compose a tiny single universe. The materials are created personally for the each single universe. Kim dyes each sheet of paper by hand with thousands of different colours and cuts and rolls the layers of paper to make it rigid. It gives her an emotional bonding to each single universe. Not a single universe has the same shape, look or colour in her work.


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