Multimedia artist Jean-François Réveillard creates visionary artworks, philosophical performances and ambitious projects at the intersection of art and science. He uses 3D printing, augmented reality and artificial intelligence to create astonishing works that combine digital painting, original graphics, photography, video, animation and interactive elements that can be experienced across AR platforms and media.
Marek Sułek is a multidisciplinary artist from Poland. His work has been exhibited in urban spaces in Europe and the USA. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. Sułek has been active on the European art scene since the 1990s. MarekSułek is represented by AZ ART in Warsaw.
Danielle Creme's work is a blend of realism and abstraction that visualises the deep need to connect. In her paintings, Creme explores relationships in a deeply emotional oeuvre that captures the emotions and challenges that arise from these intimate exchanges. Themes of femininity, duality and identity are explored, as well as loss, loneliness and indecision, the strength and vulnerability that people strive for and struggle with.
Donegel Chong's work is fascinatingly biographical, drawing inspiration from various life episodes and personal preferences. The artist's background in fashion design adds an interesting dimension to his artistic expression, influencing the aesthetic and style of his creations. Not limited to what he creates, he has developed his own style and technique of painting with "emotional release brushstrokes".
Mamuka Kapanadze is an artist and iconographer from Georgia. A modern expressionist painter, he is a master of perspective and color gradients, using fine lines alongside broad brushstrokes in his landscapes and still lifes. Continuing to develop his own modern style and techniques, Mamuka now uses mixed media and abstract styles.
Photographer Hassan J. Richter's large-scale series Lost Places captures the local-historical experiences of people dealing with success and crisis. As analogue photography takes time, the artist proves his ability to immerse himself in the locations and light conditions. Referring to the themes of contemporary society, Richter creates unique works of art with intense colours, a highly museum-like quality and a unique aesthetic.
František Jungvirt is a young artist, glass designer and painter from Prague. Strongly rooted in the most traditional techniques of Czech glassmaking after working for international studios and world-renowned luxury glass brands, František brings new perspectives and contemporary trends to his work, pushing the technical and visual boundaries of glass design. The artist is represented in Switzerland by SHOWROOM Zurich.
Luco Cormerais began his artistic career as a stone sculptor. As a sculptor on paper, he cuts in a unique way with repetitive cuts and then expands them into a three-dimensional graphic composition. Luco Cormerais rethinks aesthetics. Passionate about quantum physics and philosophy, the artist poetically arranges particles like waves in a field.
Artist Park Jong-Sung focuses on the planet Earth as the source of life and expresses this in his paintings. He has participated in the Korea-China-Japan Invited Artists Exhibition in Shanghai, China, the Peace Art Festival in Nagoya, Japan, and has had several solo exhibitions. Park Jong-Sung is represented by JW Fine Art Gallery of Seoul and its artistic director Anouk Lee.
French artist Victoire d'Harcourt often expresses a dual feeling in her work: strength and fragility in a precarious balance, with a penchant for pushing the boundaries of reality. Inspired by large spaces and architecture, Victoire d'Harcourt combines techniques to create compositions that combine figuration and abstraction. The artist is represented by the Galerie Ange Monnoyeur in Paris.
Phumulani Ntuli's work combines artistic research, sculpture, video installation and performative practices. He explores these themes through the collision of documentation and fiction in collages, performances and video installations, questioning the format of objective media in the representation of historical events within a geopolitical imagination. Phumulani Ntuli is represented by Reku Art Gallery from Madrid.
This series brings together the artistic worlds of two great American artists. Alexandra Eldridge's work references myths, archetypes and fairytales in an ethereal realism. She uses symbolic and dreamlike imagery, while Rick Stevens' recurring theme is landscape. His compositions range from stylised to abstract, always maintaining a mystical approach. The artists are represented by NoonPowell Fine Art, London.
Japanese artist Taeko Tsunoda's paintings are unique and versatile, combining elements of realism and abstraction to convey a wide range of emotions and moods. Navigating between realism and abstraction, the artist accurately captures recognisable themes while experimenting with form, colour and composition to evoke subjective, emotional responses. Taeko Tsunoda is represented by Smart Ship Gallery, Tokyo.
Íñigo Navarro is a painter who constantly draws on history to create symbols that allow him to judge our behaviour today. In his iconic paintings he explores the ambivalence of nature: civilisation vs. a natural and wild instinct. Íñigo Navarro is represented in Barcelona by Galeria Contrast, a gallery specialising in contemporary figurative art based on the techniques of the old Spanish masters.
The artist duo alpengluehen art group (aag) creates astonishing works about the landscapes of the Engadine. The artists combine various techniques such as photography, computer graphics, prints, original oil paintings, collages, lithographs and digitised drawings. The idyll is captured, alienated, disturbed and enriched. Superficial simplicity is combined with artistic and technical refinement, revealing a parallel reality beneath the visible.