We are really proud to work with some of the most exciting visual artists. One of our proudest characteristics is to truly believe in their careers and help them develop in a way that there market is in constant evolution.
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Teko van Kuyk
Switzerland, 1988 – Lives and works in Berlin
A true international artist. Nationalities mean nothing when you lived in so many different places. Even so his time living in south america play a important role in his art production, tropical colors and fruits are constantly present in them.
Other thematics he usually approaches are power, money and sex. He takes great pride in presenting his art production as completely shallow.
Madrid, 1987 – Lives and works in Berlin
Light is indeed a very important part of her work which makes her explore and experiment in the Northern Europe countries.
She has in her CV more than 300 exhibitions, video installations and festivals, all over the world (in important places like Palais de Tokyo -Paris-, Project Art Space -NYC-, Kunsthalle & Deutsche Oper -Berlin-, Círculo de Bellas Artes -Madrid-, MUA Alicante, Da2 Salamanca Museum, etc.).
Pedro De Matteis
Buenos Aires, 1984 – Lives and works in Buenos Aires
Even when he was young, Pedro De Matteis was a prolific painter. In an unceasing manner, he is constantly on the look out for new inspirations and techniques, to create unique and original work.
Today, paintings of Pedro De Matteis stand out due to their amazing quality of portraits, as he is able to establish a duality between the body and soul of his subjects. It is impossible for his spectator to remain indifferent.
Buenos Aires, 1989 – Lives and Works in Buenos Aires
Latin American tradition has a remarkable influence in the works of young artist Pseudo Cromático. Some of his works have elements of pre-Columbian civilizations, like the Mayan, Aztec or Inca culture. But he transformed them into pop creatures with flashy colors, combining them with typographic elements and lettering.
1987, Buenos Aires – Lives and Works in Berlin
Dani Dan draws his inspiration from graffiti, graphic design and pop art. His paintings are lively and colorful, made with a wide range of techniques and media, which take the form of imaginary creatures reflecting often his childhood or his daily life in Buenos Aires.
His work has been exhibited in Latin America, in Chile, Peru, Argentina including at the International Contemporary art fair ArteBa, in Europe in Berlin and Paris and in the United States in San Francisco.
Guillermo y Amanda
1983 México DF / 1990 San Sebastián
Both live and work in Berlin
The Artists duo Guillermo y Amanda was born from the individual artists that teamed up in a experiment of working completely free from their individual Egos.
Their collaborative work goes beyond their own personal input into the final work and each artist unique personality becomes insignificant.
1956, Buenos Aires – Works and lives in Berlin
His artwork is deeply influenced by street art. A modern gleaner, He recovers old posters and advertising objects. With these fragments he starts an work of assembling, a chaotic collage.
His paper mosaics are not the result of chance, Jorge Araldi has an unusual sense of balance. Word fragments, even letters, emerge from between the traces of splits. Over it, faces are depicted, fragmented as well and covered by thick marks of paint.
1977, Buenos Aires – Works and lives in Berlin
He began studying art at the age of nine in Buenos Aires, he then joined the prestigious school of Fine Arts in Prilidiano Pueyrredon, where he improved his young technique.
Damian also studied Scenography in Buenos Aires.
Rucci’s work portrays a strong influence of the gay culture and questions the cliché of the unique feminine model by representing handsome and strong men in all his work.
Mythology, especially Greek and Pre-Colombian, are also major sources of inspiration for his paintings.
1971, Buenos Aires – Lives and Works in Buenos Aires
Born in 1971 in Buenos Aires, Andrés Pérez is an Argentinian painter. Andrés Pérez started painting in the 90s. His pieces show strong dualism. On one hand, the artist is able to depict human beings with great realism. He manages to accurately transcribe the illumination, light, shadows and the shapes. On the other hand, his hyper realistic characters are depicted in fantasy and surreal scenes and situations. As if these perfect figures could only exist in a false reality, in a dream. His work is exposed in numerous galleries and cultural manifestations in Argentina.