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Bold colours with Renata Kacova!

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We are pleased to present a stunning collection of works from Slovakian artist Renata Kacova!

 

Renata Kacova

Renata Kacova is a self-taught artist from Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. After completing her degree in psychology, Renata went on to study drawing and painting. Her works are a reflection of her thoughts, emotions, memories, and the everyday objects present in her life. She is inspired all that surrounds her: people and their stories, nature.  Renata has received numerous awards for her work. Her paintings have been exhibited at a national level. 

A taste of Wanderlust with Erika Belavy

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This month we are pleased to feature the works of Erika Belavy. A self-taught photographer and the founder of Riot Art, Erika began communicating through art in her childhood. It wasn't until she moved to Paris, France, nearly a decade ago, that her passion for photography expanded.

"You are the Poetry"

"You are the Poetry"

As a strong believer in the power of art and the internet to raise consciousness in the world, Erika has dedicated herself entirely to this field. Intersecting travel, nature and spirituality as her sources of inspiration, Erika aims to explore the duality of solitude and inter-connectedness in her work, questioning the collective ego and individualist mindset.

Her work is currently being displayed in Paris, France. If you're in town check it out at 23 rue du Rocher, 75008. 

Keep Smiling with Coco Wasabi

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It's a wild world. Thankfully there artists like Coco Wasabi out there, who know how to touch on relevant issues in a way challenges our views, while brining smiles to our faces. Currently based out of Barcelona, Coco has created a bunch of new works, and we're delighted to showcase them here for your viewing pleasure! 

"Keep Smiling" by Coco Wasabi

"Keep Smiling" by Coco Wasabi

New Works by Marta Zawadzka

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We're delighted to bring you these brand new works straight from the studio of Marta Zawadzka!

"Red City" Acrylic, Ink and Spray Paint on Canvas. 120 x 110cm. Ready to hang.

"Red City" Acrylic, Ink and Spray Paint on Canvas. 120 x 110cm. Ready to hang.

"Somewhere in Signapore" Acrylic, Ink and Spray Paint on Canvas. 120 x 120 cm. Ready to hang.

"Somewhere in Signapore" Acrylic, Ink and Spray Paint on Canvas. 120 x 120 cm. Ready to hang.

ABOUT MARTA ZAWADZKA

Marta Zawadzka was born in 1981 in Bialystok, Poland and currently lives and works in Warsaw. Using her background in art and architecture as well as her extensive experiences in design Marta favours working in large scale with her paintings and installations. Marta has worked with mega brands such as Samsung, Grolsch, Ikea and Chanel. Today her works can be seen in galleries in the UK, USA, Holland, Singapore, Belgium, Mexico, France and Poland.

Remember Me.... - New works by Litto

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This new series by Litto is inspired by the profile images of the people who died in recent terror attacks. Given the rise in superhero films since 9/11, the artist encourages us remember those that lost their lives, not as victims, but as superheroes or legends.

"Batman". Oil and acrylic on canvas. 80 x 80 cm.

"Batman". Oil and acrylic on canvas. 80 x 80 cm.

Litto is a visual artist based in Vienna, Austria. She plays with different mediums from digital to analogue. In most of her current work she uses this RGB color palette as a reference of our digitalized world. 

View the series here.

All of the paintings work with augmented reality using the Artivive app.

Confronting your inner battles with Ana Mrovlje

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We have the great pleasure of introducing the Peacestool by Ana Mrlovje, a visual artist and psychoanalyst based out of Slovenia. The concept of the Peacestool was to build a monumental piece made out of the Great War's fundamental item: the bullet. The Peacestool, however, is not made out of bullets themselves, but out of what is left by the bullet after the action of shooting (the bullet shell). The stool materializes nearly 3000 echoes of gunshots. 

New Works from Daniel Segrove and Gabriel Centurion

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Check out these two new works from two of our most popular artists!

DANIEL SEGROVE

Daniel Segrove is an emerging mixed media artist from San Francisco, California who graduated from Academy of Art University in 2014. Daniel's work is about human emotion described by combining the outer physical expression of the figures with his inner self expressive abstract marks. He often works on burnt paper and other fragile surfaces to coincide with the fragile psyche of his figures.

 GABRIEL CENTURION

Gabriel is a Brazilian visual artist now based in Berlin, Germany. He completed his studies in Visual Arts from Campinas State University in 2003. By using vivid colours and portraying trite characters in destabilized environments, Gabriel forces us to review our definition of 'normal’. His work has been shown in several exhibitions both in Brazil and abroad.