Mar 27, 2014
’ art explores issues of identity and isolation. Her painting does not have the function to represent reality, but to make present what is missing in reality. Most times, Flavia Pitiș realizes this by isolating the subject and his confrontation with the loneliness of the chiaroscuro. Darkness introduces the immaterial, but sensitive forms of expecting something indefinable and outlines the aura of a mysterious presence. The universe of Flavia Pitiș’s actions unfolds in rooms without natural light. Painted by using the chiaroscuro technique, these works present actions that seem to be condemned by being made in the dark. In particular, this dark background creates the opportunity for the appearance of glows, flashes and reflexes. There is nothing else to help define space than the shadow cast by the human figure. (via Nasui Collection & Gallery
Mar 26, 2014
is a 2nd generation Colombian immigrant, born and raised in Miami, FL. She received her B.F.A. from Florida International University. She is currently receiving her M.F.A. with a concentration in ceramics and sculpture from The Ohio State University. Arbelaez currently works in ceramic, sculpture, and fiber. She is a storyteller who explores themes of reproduction, sexual differentiation, feminism, spirituality, and nature, all while treating her subject matter with a sense of humor, pride, and divinity.
Mar 26, 2014
is an artist practicing his craft through every means possible. From writing, painting, illustration and sculpture to filming, editing, and photography. Believing the idea that creativity should not be limited to a single expression. He has been commissioned by such companies and agencies as Nike, MTV, Starz, Kellogg's, Bacardi, Goat-Milk, Draft NYC, Ralph NYC, and others.
Mar 24, 2014
" We got together as a team on 2009, we began our wanderings with experimental animation shorts, with time our bonding has increased giving place to a more consistent line of work. We are self taught, we came from Psychology and Philosophy studies which became very handy on our later work. Our style could be considered Lowbrow or Surrealistic Pop and our artistic philosophy always come from a concept that might be shown or neglected at the final shape of our work. We consider ourselves multidisciplinary, we came to think that because we have done projects that include very different media and we have covered pretty much the whole spectrum of techniques including animation, video art, digital art, fineart, illustration, wall painting and sculpture. We have been influenced by many things, movies, comic books, music … and social aspects that concern us and try to give expression to manifest ourselves through our work using imagination to disseminate our thoughts." - CRAJES
(Carla Rendón and Jessica Ruiz)