'The “Doom”- series describes inner processes, the symbiosis of pain and deep insight, and the dramaturgy of self-injury. Mythological characters symbolize ever-repeating patterns of human behavior. Reiterating experience creates tragedy with relish, eventually turning towards the comical. Red and black function as allegories for passion and death, as a parable for all human existence. The artistís direction makes the contemplator become a spectator, and finally a penetrator of the action. ' Art by Nadja Schueller-Ost
Michael Carini received his artistic training in Los Angeles, studying at Loyola Marymount University while simultaneously serving as an apprentice under respected artists Jane Brucker and Roland Reiss. Graduating at the top of his class in 2006 with honors including the Scholar of Distinction Award in Painting, Carini returned to his hometown in San Diego, where he currently maintains his studio. Exhibited and published both in the United States and internationally, Carini spent the summer of 2012 as the Artist in Residence for Alexander Salazar Fine Art, by whom he is now currently represented. Michael Carini’s creative visions will play with your senses and illuminate the human condition as he delves into the uncensored depths of his mind and invites you to catch a glimpse of the other side. It is a journey through his darkest dreams and highest hopes. The visions shared are done so through a broad and ever expanding repertoire of subject matter, combined with the intimate touch of personal experience and introspection, as Carini transmutes his medium in what he describes as a poetically alchemical process based upon the principals of equivalent exchange. It is the artist’s hope that you will completely lose yourself within these labyrinthine experiences, only to discover a new sense of self and emerge reborn.
Jonathan Latiano received his BA in Studio Art from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvanian in 2006 and his Masters in Fine Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2012. Jonathan has exhibited in Baltimore, Maryland, Washington DC, New York City and London England. In May of this 2013, Jonathan was the recipient of the 2013 Mary Sawyers Baker Prize. Jonathan currently resides and works in Baltimore, Maryland and teaches at The Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington DC.
Pablo Genovés (b. 1959, Madrid) has placed his personal stamp on contemporary Spanish photography. His work employs a combination of digital photography techniques and appropriated old images to create unusual and unexpected outcomes, leading the viewer to question the relationship between man and nature. (viaMarlborough Gallery)
" I’m a digital artist and Art Director at WS design studio in Antwerp, a sport enthusiast and motivated to keep learning from the best! It all started eight years ago, when I locked myself in my room to teach myself Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator on my first computer. Ever since I’ve been working on my style and new techniques on a daily basis. Today I’m looking for a team where I can collaborate with, with the same intensity of passion for design to realize breathtaking projects and amaze our clients." - Bram Vanhaeren
Noel Badges Pugh dabbles in scientific illustration as well as artwork with a more psychedelic perspective. Inspired by nature and dreams, all's created with an utmost appreciation for the details and structure of each subject.
Francesco Albano graduated from Fine Art University of Carrara in 2000 and won the National Prize of Arts – MIUR for sculpture in 2005. He had his first solo show titled ‘Everyday Bestiary’ in Milan in 2008 and second solo show titled ‘Five Easy Piece’ at Ex Marmi Gallery in Pietrasanta in 2009. In 2011, his works were exhibited in group shows titled ‘The State of Art, Tese di San Cristoforo, Arsenale’ in Venice concurrent with Venice Biennial and ‘P.I.E.T.A.S.’ at Studio 9 in Istanbul.
" My work inhabits the liminal space between painting, sculpture, and performance. I mine the language of painterly abstraction, monumental sculpture, slapstick humor, and pop art to transform mundane industrial materials into inflatable painted sculptures and performative props. I am interested in the assumptions and history of both painting and sculpture. I create objects that engage in intellectual play, testing the boundaries and expectations of each medium, while exploring the possibilities of low-brow, mundane, unconventional materials. I am interested in how objects "look" as opposed to "how" they are created i.e. the appearance of abstract painting visualized through industrial materials and sculptural form. I combine expressive painting in opposition to the linearity and the rigidity of adhesive tape and vinyl stencils." - Claire Ashley
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