PHIL LUANGRATH & FAVIO LANDEIRA

The childhood memories, the love of tin toys, its collectibility, and the nostalgia of a by-gone era are the motivations behind the creation of this art. There are no patterns nor repeats, but a collage of vibrant colors and defined shapes that yields a complex layers and depth.The composition is not accidental but rather meticulously […]

Pimax

Pimax exhibits a critique of consumerism, offering a reflection on the past and present. His work has significant energy, symbolizing the vitality of not only our memories, but our imagination as well.

Philippe Berry

I like the theme of childhood which is intrinsically linked to the background of my concept. But also in each of my sculptures, I like that there can be several readings. And what I like even more is when the first appearance of one of my works is extremely easy, extremely playful and therefore extremely free.

KAï

“Plant a seed in the viewer’s mind, let them decide if it lives or dies.”Kaï’s self-named ANTI-advertising harnesses commercial aesthetics to share positive, anti-consumerist messages. His multimedia approach spans painting, sculpture, mural and collage – created with a range of materials including spray-paint, acrylic, wood and cement. The protagonist of his work is a minimalist […]

Flore

Christopher Florentino, known professionally as Flore, is an international American Contemporary Fine artist born in Brooklyn, New York. Flore embodies ‘the spirit of Keith Haring’ and is closely influenced by artists such as Jean Michel Basquiat and George Condo. Intentionally choosing words that leave room for multiple interpretations, Flore creates space for his viewers to […]

Daniel Mazzone

“The goal is to make people stop and notice all the small pieces that make up other people’s stories. It’s not going to be the type of artwork where you go, oh, it’s nice. You’re going to want to look at all the little pieces and question — ‘Oh, why did he use this and that? — so hopefully, through my art, I can teach people to ask more questions in everyday life.”

DAIN

DAIN, born and raised in Brooklyn, has emerged as one of the most recognizable names in urban art worldwide. Combining black and white photos and the bright, intense colors of graffiti art, he creates smoldering paintings that pay homage to the classic Hollywood glamour of the 1940’s and 1950’s and its representation of the feminine […]

Beto Gatti

“We are on a path that is as paradoxical as it is without return: it is in the virtual world that real modern life takes place. And there is no turning back, because the virtual world is much more interesting. It’s practical. Is fast. It’s addictive”

Auguste

Colourful, evocative and nostalgic, the paintings and sculptures of French artist Auguste are witty and light-hearted deconstructions of images found in the universal library of popular culture. His internationally renowned work draws together celebrity icons, comic books, movies, brand logos, and those everyday objects which have taken on a cultural significance of their own due […]

Onemizer

Onemizer was bom in 1987 in the South of France. His childhood was spent in Africa where he discovered art for the first time and watercolors. After returning to France in his teenage years, he discovered graffiti in the streets of Paris. The Paris metro, the highways and graffiti along the Parisian freeways were his […]