Nina K

Nina Karaicic is a journalist with experience in TV and radio media. Born in 1989, she had studied at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Political Sciences (Journalism). Interests: Photography, Art, Film, Folklore, Video Games...
Street art CHAZME

Daniel Kalinski aka CHAZME or CHAZME 718 is a Polish painter, illustrator, architect, and street artist born in 1980 in Laufen, Switzerland. In 2008, the artist graduated in Architecture and Urbanism from the University of Technology in Warsaw. His street...

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Tavar Zawacki portrait Tavar Zawacki

Tavar Zawacki, also known as Above, is a Berlin-based international contemporary artist who is primarily interested in creating street art. He is known to work in a multitude of different mediums, with a rare constant being the fact he is fond of using...

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Tara Donovan - Photo of the artist in front of her work - Image via eveningtimes Tara Donovan

Tara Donovan is a widely acclaimed American artist who fabricates site-specific installations using commonly found materials such as styrofoam cups, drinking straws, toothpicks, paper plates and pencils. She relies on the unique properties of the chosen...

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El Gato Chimney - La Casa Della Polvere El Gato Chimney

El Gato Chimney is an Italian artist born in 1981, in Milan, a metropolis in Italy’s northern Lombardy region. He began his career as a self-taught artist, when he became interested in street art scene of his hometown. Street art is, along with...

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Jeffrey Gibson - Photo of the artist - Image via artreport Jeffrey Gibson

Part Choctaw and part Cherokee, Jeffrey Gibson is a New York-based artist who creates abstract sculptures, paintings and prints that provide an autobiographical cultural insight into the life of their author. Gibson’s vast influences range from...

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Contemporary art John Wentz

For the artists, the human condition has always been exceptionally intriguing. Making it their primary source of inspiration, many of them explored both modern psychology and ancient mythology in order to figure out what many times seems unknowable. John...

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Super A - Untitled gallery piece (detail)- Image courtesy of 1AM Gallery in San Francisco Super A

Stefan Thelen, better known by his moniker Super A, is a Dutch street and gallery artist who blends urban methods, graphic design and traditional painting techniques to give life to work that evolves out of his personal experiences and thoughts. His pictorial...

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Kenji Nakayama - Photo by Heather McGrath Kenji Nakayama

Kenji Nakayama is a Japanese artist, best known for his designs and sign paintings which he makes using stencils. Nakayama was born in 1979, in Tomakomai, a city on Hokkaido island. Unlike many artists today, Kenji didn’t set out to be an artist. In...

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Clet Abraham

Originally coming from the world of paintings and sculptures, Clet Abraham has moved on to putting street sign stickers in cities around the world. His philosophy is not to destroy, ruin, or invade with his artworks, but rather to be respectful and sometimes...

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Erró in front of his work Erro

Coming from Iceland, the land full of beautiful landscapes, Erró has become a multi-disciplinary artist known all around the world. His style can be defined as Pop Art and Postmodern, but he can also be considered as a painter in a traditional sense, whose...

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Thomas Ruff - portrait Thomas Ruff

Internationally acclaimed for his explorations of photography, Thomas Ruff is best known through his serial works, portraits and digital images. Ruff’s series of photographs of interiors of German rooms received first critical attention, in the past. During...

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Amy Guidry - Portrait Amy Guidry

Amy Guidry is an American artist, known for her interest in human psyche and behavior, but also for exploring the interaction between the people, animals, and nature. She uses Surrealism as the element that brings together art and psychology, the two areas...

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Edward Hopper - Self Portrait (1925-1930) detail cape home Museum Edward Hopper

Easily one of the greatest American Modern masters to have ever lived, Edward Hopper is known for his realistic oil paintings of rural and city life in the United States between the two Great Wars. His pictorial masterpieces perfectly depict just how lonely...

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Nunca - portrait in Los Angeles Nunca

Francisco Silva aka NUNCA brings new light to the art of graffiti. His technique creates unique images, inspired by Brazilian history, the past, and culture. Born and raised in Brazil, this young artist finds most of his inspiration in the nation’s...

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Wenda Gu

Wenda Gu is one of China’s most influential and daring contemporary artists that revitalizes and reinterprets ancient Chinese practices and symbols entangling them with currently present meaning and style. Gu is known for using traditional ink painting,...

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A.R. Penck

Widely recognized for his language of reduced figures and simplified symbols, A.R. Penck is a German artist who has been an active painter and sculptor for the last six decades. Fond of concepts emerging from the primitive and Art Brut styles, A.R. Penck...

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Thomas Schutte - portrait Thomas Schutte

Thomas Schütte is a German sculptor and draughtsman born in 1954 in Oldenburg, Germany. He attended the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf (1973 – 1981), where he studied alongside Fritz Schwegler and Gerhard Richter. Although he is one of the leading sculptors...

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Jeff Ho - Portrait, 2011 Jeff Ho

Regarded as the legendary surf and skateboard shaper, Jeff Ho is much more. He became popular in 1960’s and 1970’s because of his revolutionary approach of painting surfboards in vibrant and lively colors. The Californian artist has his own unique view on...

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