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Aleks Slota

Aleks Slota Website

Aleks Slota’s multidisciplinary practice mainly consists of performance and sound, presented in both art spaces and the public sphere. The work addresses the construct of the public persona, the cult of personality that often results, and the underlying motivations of such individuals. I also attempt to disarm systemic and interpersonal violence by mocking it and deploying absurd artistic strategies against it.
www.aleksslota.com

Andrea Breinbauer

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Andrea Breinbauer (b. Santiago, Chile 1990). Her work is characterized by the use of painting to reflect on issues such as simulacra, the narrative capabilities of the image and the two-dimensionality of the surface. She currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
www.andreabreinbauer.cl

Andrew Moncrief

Andrew Moncrief Website

Andrew Moncrief (b.1987) is a visual artist from Comox Valley, Canada. Influenced at an early age by a rigid and immobile interpretation of masculinity, Andrew’s work explores depictions of the male identity, questioning idealism, queerness, and representation.
www.andrewmoncrief.com

Carolina Amaya

Carolina Amaya Website

Could be erotism the main axis of life? Could color change and stimulate our emotions? Carolina Amaya’s work reveals the intimate relationship and process of these encounters with our own selves and bodies. From a micro to a macro level.
www.carolinaamaya.com

Elisabeth Jahrmärker

Elisabeth Jahrmärker

Elisabeth Jahrmärker’s works offer a simultaneity of consolidation and decomposition. With a meticulous attention to detail, she exposes the spaces she finds between contrasts. She transposes forceful forms and raw structures onto canvas, dismantling them with a touch so delicate, so light that it almost flows.
www.elisabeth-jahrmaerker.de

Giulio Giustini

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Giulio Giustini is a contemporary artist born in Sansepolcro, Italy and based in Berlin. Initially he dedicated himself to the study of materials and their assembly, creating wall sculptures. After years his work is focusing on painting, on wood and old canvas, and tells the story of isolation from the world in a very instinctive way. With a primitive language he has immortalized the past and how he sees the future, never so far from the present. At the moment of creation the solitude had disappeared, and in that moment he manages to forget everything.
www.giuliogiustini.it

Lilian Mühlenkamp

Lilian Mühlenkamp

Lilian Mühlenkamps abstract works on self-framed large sized canvases explore controlled free-flow by using a vibrant technique of color application. In her creative process tension between aleatory (randomly) and openly forming moments of inviting randomness and precise guidance of the material is omnipresent. To only let the paint and water flow, wouldn’t be challenging enough. To create something out of it, so shape, frame it and “communicate” with it is the most interesting part of the act of painting.

www.lilianmuehlenkamp.com

Seboh Creation

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My name is Seboh, I grew up through the 90s pop culture, my graphic style is strongly influenced by this period. Geometric shapes, profusion of colors and black outlines compose my artistic productions. Installed in Berlin since 2019, I had the opportunity to develop my skills through different techniques: spray, acrylic and digital painting. Through each project I’m happy to show you the fruit of these learnings and artistic experiences.
www.seboh.eu

Tim van den Oudenhoven

Tim van den Oudenhoven

Tim van den Oudenhoven (°1983) uses experimental photography to explore themes of vanishing and transience, moving between timelessness and destruction and away from the concept of Photography as in any way capable of being able to represent reality.
www.timvandenoudenhoven.com

URBAN OLIVE DESIGN

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URBAN OLIVE DESIGN is an independent and experimental jewelry art project that was started in 2015 in Berlin. It creates wearable sculptures and contemporary jewelry. The research of innovation forms and the process of unconventional materials is important as the realization of the exacting quality handcrafted creations.
www.urbanolivedesign.com

Zhang Xinyan

Xinyan Zhang Website

Zhang Xinyan’s work explores „the weakness of human nature“ and „the state of existence“. The work shows images of survivors of the ruins, with their eyes, hearts or bodies hollowed out somewhere, or otherwise physically mutilated.
www.xinyanzhang.net