Pol & Sakiroo Choi

 photo a9f5018553cd8e8301886b46e46aa4ef_zps6f2af2be.jpg  photo b629180ac22ea16e139248458f70d604_zps79ac04ad.jpg Check out this collaboration between artists Sakiroo Choi and Jean Paul Egred. Click here to view more.  photo 3480b0c84432f6f6454af18b23def813_zps7a790531.jpg  photo 6fa257090d67086e7fa57460ffe12ee9_zps334e9a45.jpg

Sun Yuan and Peng Yu

 photo tumblr_mvlgt4JTkO1rqyhfho1_1280_zpsf3734517.png  photo tumblr_mvlgt4JTkO1rqyhfho3_1280_zpsd850c004.png  photo tumblr_mvlgt4JTkO1rqyhfho2_1280_zpsaddb4e66.png Sun Yuan and Peng Yu are artists living and working collaboratively in Beijing ever since the late 90's. Sun was born in Beijing and Peng in Heilongjiang. Sun and Peng are contemporary conceptual artists whose work has a reputation for being confrontational – they have previously used live animals in their installations.  photo tumblr_mvlgt4JTkO1rqyhfho4_1280_zpsf68d66aa.png  photo 1_zps63f0f561.jpg

Caro Niederer

 photo niede40437_m_zps1b7251f9.jpg  photo niede40435lr-JEfm7g_zpsc966b5a8.jpg  photo niede39772_m_zpsa71b2f9b.jpg Caro Niederer (born in Zürich 1963) is a contemporary artists who lives and works in Zürich. Niederer works in a variety of media. Her work encompasses techniques such as painting, photography, video as well as silk tapestries. Niederer is, along with Pipilotti Rist and Sylvie Fleury, one of the most popular contemporary female Swiss artists. Human day-to-day situations from her private life and her immediate environment are the source for most of Niederer's works. These personal snapshots are then re-worked in paintings or form the template for huge hand knotted silk carpets, which the artist gets produced in China. The transformation of an image through its replication in another media is a core theme of Niederer's work. In a ongoing photo series called Interieurs Niederer photographs her sold works in situ in their new owners' homes and offices.  photo niede42874lr-5xdUU1_zps1c01fd4b.jpg  photo niede42299_mlr-aHURL6_zpse09f03ed.jpg

Mona Hatoum

 photo moh-08-sc-095_view_1_zps986645f0.jpg  photo moh-08-sc-095_detail_1_zps6a8a587a.jpg Mona Hatoum was born into a Palestinian family in Beirut and has lived and worked in London since 1975. Her sculpture, video, drawings and installations have been widely exhibited throughout the world. Since 1994, there have been more than twenty solo museum and institutional exhibitions of her work, the largest and most comprehensive of which was a survey initiated by the Hamburger Kunsthalle that also traveled to Kunstmuseum Bonn, Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall, and the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art (2004 - 05). Hatoum was Artist-in-Residence on the DAAD program (Berliner Künstlerprogramm, Deutscher Akademischer Austrauschdienst) in 2003-2004 and has since divided her time between Berlin and London. In 2011 she had solo exhibitions at Alexander and Bonin, New York and White Cube, Mason’s Yard, London. Recently, Hatoum had solo exhibitions at the Goetz Collection, Munich and Arter, Istanbul. (via Alexander and Bonin)  photo adaa_2013_2_cc_zps28aa543c.jpg

Dylan Shields

 photo gravity_Center__resize_3000_0_M__crop_3000_0__801_zps4d22c672.jpg  photo gravity_Center__resize_3000_0_M__crop_3000_0__80_zpse9cf029c.jpg  photo gravity_Center__resize_3000_0_M__crop_3000_0__804_zps08026c36.jpg  photo gravity_Center__resize_3000_0_M__crop_3000_0__805_zpsadbf8f50.jpg Dylan Shields was born in Brighton UK. He traveled extensively, working, absorbing other people and cultures, before returning to the UK to study Fine Art at Northumbria University in Newcastle. Whilst at University he was invited to enter, and consequently won the competition to design the Dutch 2 Euro Erasmus Commemorative coin, 2011. Dylan now lives and works in London. Dylan is an artist predominantly focused on sculpture, investigating the relationship between traditional, narrative painting and contemporary materials. He explores the relationship between art history and its context in modern society, highlighting the forgotten narratives of old masters. He uses re-cycled cardboard and parcel tape to produce work that is at once familiar but dramatized by its original use of form and perspective.  photo gravity_Center__resize_3000_0_M__crop_3000_0__80_zps56200877.jpg  photo gravity_Center__resize_3000_0_M__crop_3000_0__803_zps48396913.jpg

Inhyuk Jo

 photo ce774b77d774ec417ad0ef24c995b831_zpsdea16ffb.jpg  photo 856977e66e9ec1ab8a3b760059cd85ca_zps1e08f2d2.jpg  photo be88c15437c5ffa13836a2ffa9c19783_zps59450a8a.jpg Inhyuk Jo is a talented illustrator/graphic designer based in Seoul, Korea.  photo 564316_382700161803712_849211167_n_zps93774b99.jpg  photo 534783_314484321958630_1183686615_n_zpsf07f18b7.jpg

Celeste Rapone

 photo 5Dilettante_zpse6987e2b.jpg  photo 3Animal_zps01c8c98b.jpg " My work is interested in the phenomenon of making memories. By constructing scopes that project future nostalgias, my paintings aim to channel a mundane hedonism, fueled by a cloud of expectations and threat of the ordinary. In drawing from the traditions of both the grand portrait and the DIY genre of decorative pattern painting, the paintings start in a place of 'pretty', and, in examining the subjects' dysfunctional relationship with their environment, become increasingly violated through the use of garish color, rough texture, and a surface sediment of opulent, store-bought, celebratory trash. Referencing holiday photographs, family portraits, and the materiality of disposable decor, my paintings attempt to create expected histories." - Celeste Rapone  photo tumblr_mpsg5qAgTX1rfltouo6_500_zps017caf17.jpg

Jason Haggerty

 photo like-unlike_zpsbcaa5a76.jpg  photo like-unlike-3_zps68c84df3.jpg Jason Haggerty is a visual artist based out of the Gold Coast currently completing his Bachelor Degree in Digital Media, majoring in Fine Art and Art Theory at Queensland College of Art. The central concern of his research is the growth and rapid evolution of cyberspace, the ways in which intense streams of information are shifting the nature of human interaction, concepts of self, popular culture, social networks, advertising, and the duality of online and offline presence and the overlapping of online content into real life. Utilising technology and new medias such as motion and body tracking, video, computer software, audio synthesisers and 3D modelling/printing, Jason’s practice challenges the conceived notions of art making, with installations and digital sculptures that place the viewer’s experience as paramount. With an appreciation for art practice, art theory and curatorship, Jason has worked closely with Griffith University’s White Box Gallery and Jugglers Artspace to curate and install various exhibitions, and also completed an internship at The Walls Gallery at Rabbit+Cocoon.  photo like-unlike-2_zps2b6da1de.jpg


 photo OMW-Big_zpsd846be20.jpg  photo OTW-Big_zps0276e4cb.jpg " I was working as a freelancer collaborating with some studios on concept art pieces. I was working externally with Arkane studio, Dishonored game project. Also I was working on few illustrations on movie project with Viktor Antonov. Now I'm working as concept artist in Vatra Games Studio, Brno, Czech Republic." - Sergey Kolesov aka Peleng  photo Making-clouds-Big_zpseb8a1df0.jpg  photo Vagabond-Big_zps3448d023.jpg

Chris Maynard

 photo 459291-506bab4e2d631-large_zpse17d5f19.jpg  photo Art-avec-des-plumes-doiseaux-Chris-Maynard-photo-04_zpse7d5b650.jpg Some say that artist Chris Maynard is slightly feather-obsessed. “It’s true,” he says, “my work with feathers gives me a satisfying perch from which to view the world.” He only has time to turn a small portion of his ideas, which fill many notebooks, into feather designs. His favorite tools are the tiny eye surgery scissors, forceps, and magnifying glasses passed down through his family.  photo ChrisMaynard4_zps32f7ff7b.jpeg