Jasmine Lark

Alias of Jasmina Sevic, a researcher and author for Widewalls. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Science (Department for Journalism) in Belgrade in 2013.
Jeffrey Cheung - Up Jeffrey Cheung

Jeffrey Cheung is an American contemporary artist who works in a variety of media, ranging from linocut prints, to paintings, to collage and drawings. He is best known for his large-scale works focused on the physical interaction between males. Work Usually,...

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Wayne White at Joshua Liner Gallery in February 2017, Photo by Christos Katsiaouni Wayne White

Wayne White is an American artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer, and much, much more. Born and raised in Chattanooga, Wayne has used his memories of the South to create inspired works for film, television, and the fine art world. After graduating from...

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Arvid Boecker - portrait Arvid Boecker

Arvid Boecker is a German abstract painter whose work mobilizes the tensions and harmonies that exist between color relationships, textures, and the processes of time. Boecker studied art history at the University of Trier from 1987-89, and studied at the...

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Carlos Salazar Arenas - 5 dollars Carlos Salazar Arenas

The work of Carlos Salazar Arenas is motivated by an interest in social justice. The Colombian-born painter is wont to realize works that reflect social problems native to his country. Violence, economy and political strife are themes routinely found in his...

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Greg Beebe portrait Greg Beebe

Miami-based, mixed media artist Greg Beebe found his true calling in the art world when he began creating spontaneous and thought-provoking abstract works of art. Beebe’s earlier mediums of expression also included spray-painting graffiti, cartooning as...

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Michal Czinege - Bones and Stones Michal Czinege

Michal Czinege is a Slovak-born visual artist currently based in Finland. Czinege is best known for his paintings, at the core of which are conceptions of visual perception and his interest to analyze boundaries between the recognizable and unrecognizable....

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Enda ODonoghue - Incidental Enda O’Donoghue

Enda O’Donoghue’s work presents a forensic interest into the construction, the language and the mediated world of digital images together with an ongoing dialogue with the medium and process of painting. Hovering between the realms of abstraction and...

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Udo Hohenberger - Body and Soul Udo Hohenberger

Udo Hohenberger studied painting at the New Vienna School of Arts. He uses a very distinctive approach in his work consisting of figurative shapes, lines and forms which often disappear behind specific colored areas to be penetrated again in unexpected places...

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Fred Stichnoth - Young Girl with Hornbill Headdress, New Guinea Fred Stichnoth

Fred Stichnoth entered the world of professional photography in 1987, when he was hired as an assistant to the famous German photographer Walter Schels. The 1990’s saw Fred enjoying success as a portrait photographer, photographing the likes of director...

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Helmut Krackie - portrait Helmut Krackie

Helmut Krackie paints with tape as a vehicle that allows him to express himself with color and movement. This is where the character of the painting is created revealing intertwining, unwinding textural layers underneath. Helmut alternates painted acrylic...

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Via Negative - artwork Via Negative

Via Negative is a pseudonym created by a visual artist, represented by fine art galleries and shown internationally. As an artist avatar, Via Negative was developed to make editioned artwork that transcends the reproduction thereby creating original pieces...

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Peter Riss Profile Peter Riss

Peter Riss creates spatial works and installations that comment on the dual nature of mankind. Smooth, shiny surfaces hint at influences of cubism and minimalism and give a feeling of modernist proficiency; however, the apparent order is disrupted by the...

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Sven Schilling - 16/11 Sven Schilling

Sven Schilling is a sculptor who is completely under the spell of his materials. For the sculptures are the oak and iron. The properties of the oak, its cultural connections, their history and many-sided significance, play with it into its fascination for...

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Damjan Komel - Seed Sivec Damjan Komel

Who drew the first image and who was the first one trying to express their own feelings by means of a primitive instrument? Why did our ancestors try to catch a glimpse of nature and life by depicting it onto a wall or in a tune they played? We might never...

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Kevin Callaghan - Travel Redefined Kevin Callaghan

Kevin Callaghan completed am MA at the Royal College of Art in 2013, he has multi-disciplinary approach to his practice. Kevin currently lives in Cork and has his studio at The National Sculpture Factory, he runs intense explorative sculpture and ceramic...

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Shaina Craft in her studio Shaina Craft

Shaina Craft is a figurative artist living and working in Chicago, Illinois. She creates oil paintings and works on paper that span the range from miniature to expansive. Her work is known for combining detailed realism with gestural expression. Born in 1985,...

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Rodney Durso - Electric Sauce Rodney Durso

Rodney Durso is a graphic designer by trade, and was founder and creative director of Stormhouse Partners, a branding and design agency based in New York. In 2006, while working and teaching as an adjunct professor at Parsons School of Design, Rodney rented a...

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Robert van Bolderick - Floating Traps Robert van Bolderick

Robert van Bolderick is of both Swedish and Dutch descent, born in Stockholm, 1968. He grew up in Stockholm and from age eleven in Las Palmas de Grand Canarias, Spain. Growing up in the pulse of a cosmopolitan city like Las Palmas and its mix of nationalities...

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