Jasmine Lark

Jasmine Lark

Jasmina is a researcher and author for Widewalls. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Science (Department for Journalism) in Belgrade in 2013. You can contact her via jasmina.sevic@widewalls.ch.
Anirays Camino - Colon, 2015 Anirays Camino

Anirays Camino, a businesswoman, gallerist, and artist, created the atmosphere of a Paris salon in the core of Miami Beach. The concept of the “Art Living Room” seems to revive a tradition of the high society parties with their focus on art,...

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Nelio - Mexico, 2017 Nelio

Continuously spurred by a steadfast desire for creative growth and media experimentation, Nelio is regularly counted amongst the finest French multidisciplinary artists working today. He is also viewed as one of his nation’s brightest young stars of...

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Michael Papadakis - Portrait, 2017, Danielle Webster Photography Michael Papadakis

Artist Statement: I wanted to be a Traveler and an Artist, but I didn’t want to carry all the weight in my pack.   In 2012, I set out on an impromptu journey across Central Asia where I uncovered a hidden power I never knew I had, Patience. This...

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Murlin Saint-Jean - portrait Murlin Saint-Jean

Murlin Saint-Jean, born on August 18th, 1995 is a Haitian pop artist and photographer based between New York City and South Florida. Murlin has always had a passion for the arts whether it be visual or performance. All he ever wanted to do with his life since...

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Brenda Zappitell - in her studio Brenda Zappitell

Brenda Zappitell is an American abstract painter known for her colorful, gestural action paintings. Inspired by the methods of Abstract Expressionism, Zappitell employs a mixture of memory and intuition to create her compositions. Zappitell came to her art...

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Dani Torrent - Avaricia (detail) Dani Torrent

In the meanders of our unconscious, everything becomes relative, the high and the low merge and ethical and aesthetic categories are blurred. The world hidden between dreams and consciousness, between shadows and light, is fluid and bereft of the security...

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Ivana Flores - work in progress Ivana Flores

Brief artist statement: How do memory and reality coalesce when it comes to painting and the portraiture of subjects? Through a convoluted imaginary, effervescent with symbolism, Ivana Flores inhabits in her work different fields of simultaneous experience:...

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Mikael B - portrait Mikael B

Mikael Brandrup is a Danish visual artist working within the urban contemporary genre. Influenced by his early years as a graffiti artist, he has developed his own artistic identity combining the graphic footprints of wild-style graffiti. Growing up in...

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Raws - portrait Raws

Kai “Raws” Imhof was born in 1990, in Königs Wusterhausen, Germany and raised in Berlin. After finishing his A-level at the Emmy-Noether School in Berlin-Köpenick, he started the training as a graphic designer at the Best-Sabel Designschule in...

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Paul Pagk - installation view Paul Pagk

New York-based artist Paul Pagk is an abstract painter dedicated to exploring the limits of traditional notions concerning grace, proportion and compositional balance. By observing his work, Pagk wants us to grasp his thought process, to be aware of how his...

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Nomen - portrait photo by Francisco Seco, El Pais Journal Nomen

Nomen was born in Luanda, Angola, in 1974. He is a Portuguese visual artist who became known by painting graffiti and who is also the pioneer of this art in Portugal. Moreover, Nomen is a self-taught artist and his artistic universe has been gaining ground in...

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Double Trouble Crew portrait Double Trouble

Double Trouble Crew is a group of Portuguese graffiti artists composed by: Nomen, Ram, and Utopia. This crew came to life in 2015, and it was due to the fact of the many years these artists spent together painting walls across Portugal. The aim of this crew...

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Theo Lopez - portrait Theo Lopez

Theo Lopez has invested very early in an artistic approach. In 2008, his meeting with the 9ème Concept artist collective encouraged him to take a decisive pictorial turn. Surrounded by established artists and driven by a growing curiosity through his...

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Claude Tetot with one of his artworks Claude Tetot

Claude Tétot is a French abstract artist whose work expresses harmony in disharmony by exploring the enigmatic unity that can exist between seemingly disparate elements, such as graphic patterns and gestural markings. Tétot was born in 1960 in Angoulême, a...

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John Paul Fauves - portrait John Paul Fauves

John Paul Fauves is a contemporary artist from Costa Rica. His artistic journey started at a very young age after he became a student of Joaquin Rodriguez del Paso, one of the most important Costa Rican modern art tutors. Being influenced by Fauvism movement,...

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Kelsey Irvin Kelsey Irvin

Searching for the balance between the past and the present, Kelsey Irvin is an artist whose work simply exudes a deeply rooted sense of nostalgia. According to her own explanation, Irvin finds herself collecting traces of lives already lived, of memories...

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William Balthazar Rose - portrait William Balthazar Rose

William Balthazar Rose is an English painter who lives in Sansepolcro, Tuscany and Bath, England. He works in a number of genres of which he is best known for his ‘Cooks’. William was born in Cambridge, England in the early 1960s. His family moved to...

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Carl Kenz - portrait, photo LeMarque Carl Kenz

141.6 miles away from the sun, Carl Kenz saw the light of the universe. According to Kenz, life on Mars had nothing to do with the god of war. On the contrary, it was a wonderful life – organic, colorful, real. But one day, Kenz found himself quite...

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