Adam Batchelor

Los divertidos a la vez que críticos dibujos de Adam Batchelor.

Faig Ahmed

De las alfombras de Azerbaiyán distorsionadas creadas por el artista Faig Ahmed ya os hablé, pero no hay nada mejor que verle en acción en un par de entrevistas (video) que le hicieron.

Mehdi Ghadyanloo

La obra surrealista del artista Mehdi Ghadyanloo en la que juega con la perspectiva en sus enormes murales y crea desafiantes paisajes imposibles sobre lienzo.

Nolan Simon

Los geniales multi-cuadros del joven artista Nolan Simon.

John Miller

Los casuales peatones dibujados/capturados por el artista John Miller.

HO by Ryder Ripps

Oil paintings rendered from digitally distorted images of Instagram model Adrianne Ho by Ryder Ripps.

POSE

Inspired by pop art, POSE uses bright colors and a tight graphic style to create intense paintings that nearly jump off the walls. He morphs illustration, lettering, screen print aesthetics, humor, and violence in every piece of artwork, giving the body of work a storybook anthology feel while each piece persists in its own narrative world.

Eckart Hahn

Eckart Hahn es de esos artistas que no paran de crear y toca repasar cada cierto tiempo las maravillas que pinta.

Connection

Brass Brothers Films han creado otra de sus perlas. Esta vez nos introducen en el mundo de Alyssa Monks y sus detalladísimas, profundas e intensas pinturas.

David McLeod

Las abstractas y orgánicas esculturas digitales de David McLeod.

Vermibus

Vermibus lives and work in Berlin where he regularly collects advertising posters from the streets, using them in his studio as the base material for his work. There, a process of transformation begins. Using white spirits, he brushes away the faces and flesh of the models appearing in the posters as well as brand logos. Once the transformation is complete, he then reintroduces the adverts back into their original context, hijacking the publicity, and its purpose.

Ken Currie

Ken Currie is one of Scotland’s most influential artists. His work deals with how the human body is affected by illness, ageing and injury, as well as with social, political and philosophical issues.

Alexandra Kehayoglou

Topografías hechas alfombras, alfombras hechas puro arte por Alexandra Kehayoglou.

Charlie Roberts

Las geniales pinturas del artista americano Charlie Roberts.

Kevin Welsh

Welsh’s work is focused on delusion surrounding false realities and the paradises that we strive to find. He uses collage and various photographic mediums to convey these concepts.

Shih Yung-Chun

Shih Yung-Chun parece que retrate su propio día a día pero con algunos detalles que consiguen que su obra te llegue a descolocar de esa supuesta normalidad pseudo-cotidiana.

Zheng Hong Xiang

La surrealista y critica obra del artista chino Zheng Hong Xiang.

Rubenimichi – Sol Negro

Los artistas Rubenimichi nos presentarán su nueva exposición “Sol Negro” el 20 de Febrero en la galería La Fresh Gallery (Madrid). Obligado ir!

Titus Kaphar

Titus Kaphar cuts, bends, sculpts and mixes the work of Classic and Renaissance painters, creating formal games and new tales between fiction and quotation.

István Orosz

La fascinante obra anamórfica del artista húngaro István Orosz.

​Nick Smith

​Las versiones de grandes clásicos de Nick Smith “pintandos” con el pantonario.

BOOM-ART

Aceptémoslo, no vamos a encontrar unas tablas de surf y unos skates más bonitos que los que hacen los chicos de Boom-art.

Shi Mohan

La extraña, misteriosa y desconcertante obra con reminiscencias naíf y surrealista de la artista china Shi Mohan.

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Riccardo Mannelli

Los carnales y técnicamente impresionantes dibujos del artista Riccardo Mannelli.

Serban Savu

El realismo en la atmósfera, las distancias, junto a una tranquila y urbana cotidianidad, consigue que la obra del artista rumano Servan Savu tenga algo especial, distinto.

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Where’s your head?

La divertida serie “Where’s your head?” del pintor Carl Beazley.

Kris Knight

Kris Knight is a Canadian painter whose work examines performance in relation to the construction, portrayal and boundaries of sexual and asexual identities. Drawing from personal histories of rural escapism through imagination, Knight paints disenchanted characters that are lost between youth and adulthood; they hide their secrets, but desperately long to let them go. His mythical and ambiguous portraits are a synthesis of fantasy and real-world memory; they tiptoe between the dichotomies of pretty and menace, hunter and hunted, innocence and the erotic.

Lars Elling

Detrás de los borrones, las máscaras y de una teatralidad especial en cada cuadro se encuentra el artista noruego Lars Elling.

Kris Lewis

Kris Lewis is a Los Angeles-based artist whose influences include Alfonse Bougereau, Andrew Wyeth, Hans Holbein, Albrecht Durer, Hieronymus Bosch, Gustav Klimt, and Jules-Bastien LePage. His reverence for masters of old is apparent in his depiction of the human figure, which he uses as a vector for hidden stories, delicate emotion, and finding truth. His affinity for people-watching also informs his paintings, collecting glances, gestures, miens and hints and channeling them through the canvas for the viewer to share in the experience.

Mosh Pits (Human and Otherwise)

Dan Witz, el retratista del moshing*.

* El Mosh (o Moshing) es un tipo de danza en cuyos participantes saltan, hacen acrobacias y chocan violentamente unos con otros al ritmo de la música. Suele ser asociado con estilos musicales “agresivos” como el hardcore punk, el thrash metal, el death metal o el groove metal. (wikipedia)