Contemporary Art Projects USA

13899 Biscayne Blvd
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FL 33181 North Miami Beach
United States
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Tata Fernandez   (Director)
Loretta Castellanos   (Sales)

About

Headquartered in Miami, Contemporary Art Projects, USA, is dedicated to nurturing new contemporary art by providing exhibition opportunities and resources for emerging artists and curators. Our mission is to promote art appreciation within the international community, to inspire and assist with the process of the art collection, and to generate resources that support artists’ creative endeavors through art awareness, artist promotion, and art procurement.

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Patrizia Casagranda Purple Blue Empowerment
Winner of the Excellence in Arts Award from the World Association of Visual Arts at the Biennale and the
Lorenzo il Magnifico Award - XIII Florence Biennale (1st place, Category: Mixed Media)
Patrizia Casagranda of German-Italian background lives and works in Germany, also in the Netherlands and India. Her series Here and now are inspired on people living in extreme poverty yet managing to preserve their sovereignty and lust for life. In her travels to the poor regions of Northern India, she related with young women who collect garbage that, despite hardships, exude an amazing level of calm and cheerfulness, overcoming difficult living conditions with self-confidence, pride and joy of being, focusing on the present and solidarity, living as if each day was the last. Patrizia links her conceptual concerns with an artistic and realistic design. Her symbiosis captures viewers making them to think on the philosophy of beauty, meaning of life and global justice. After defining each face, she first designed a background, then applied collage, graffiti, stencil art and painting over it. The result is a complex artwork, based on the trash collecting, but also representing Indian culture and the women.
Patrizia said: "I could not believe that these gorgeous women actually live by collecting garbage and feed their families also. Because of this permanent existential threat, they move on a tight rope between life, survival and disaster. Everything is focused on the here and now. I was fascinated by this unconditional confidence in the future and almost energetic Joie de vivre."
Art Historian K. Weeke: "Casagranda creates expressive connections through the coalescence of collage, painting and graffiti, the complexity she thus achieves in her paintings is fascinating. At first sight, the works appear very illustrative and aesthetic. However, the deceptive use of materials unveils a continuous array of new levels and perspectives; the fragility of the seemingly crumbling layers of paint, the lace and fibers incorporated, as well as the relief-like impasto brushstrokes merge into a symbiosis of ancient murals from a long past epoch with that of contemporary modern art. Through the apparent weathering of her works as well as random corrosion processes, damaged metal, torn and yellowed paper and structures, which are reminiscent of crumbling plaster and decay, Patrizia portrays a transitory world; however, it is one that also encompasses a piece of eternity. Looking upon these charming women ‘s portraits, you are led to believe that they have originated from an alternate bygone era and world, although they clearly depict the faces of modern young women. Layer for layer, they reveal their soul to the observer and what lies beneath. You can read these paintings; you can wander through them and even lose yourself in them. They tell stories from The Thousand and One Nights, quote from fairy-tale worlds and mythological legends and play with the contrast between transience and modernity. What is most important in this work is the use of strong symbolism, whose very meanings the artist does not deny us. It becomes obvious that there is a strong interaction between the women who are portrayed and the surrounding symbolic world."
Solo Exhibitions: Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe; Part2Gallery, Düsseldorf. Galerie Mönch, Bremen; Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich; Galerie Palz, Saarlouis. Recent Group Exhibitions: 2019, Art Center Berlin; Artgallery Wiesbaden. 2018, Galerie Art15, Bremen; Galerie K, Luxembourg; Artgallery Wiesbaden; Art Life Gallery, Saint-Raphaël, Côte d’Azur, France; Gallery Nordenvind, Denmark; Roccart gallery, Florence, Italy; Galerie Lauth, Ludwigshafen; Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe; Museo di Gonzaga, Mantova, Italy; Architekturbiennale, Venedig, Italy; Steinberger Galerien, Langenargen. 2017, Galerie Bruno Massa, Paris, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Beijing, China; Bilder Bethge, Erfurt; Voigt Gallery, Nuremberg; Pashmin Art Gallery, Hamburg; Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich; Galerie Luzia Sassen, Cologne; Woodbine contemporary arts, Uppingham, UK; Galerie Art15, Bremen; Galerie Palz, Saarlouis. Fairs: 2019, Art Fair Herning; Art Genoa; Art Innsbruck; Art Karlsruhe; C.A.R. Essen; Artmuc München; AAF Hamburg; Art Lausanne; Luxembourg Art; WiKAM Wien; Art Wien; StART Straßburg. 2021 Art Context-Art Miami.
Prizes/Nominations: Artprize artbox gallery Zurich, Swizzerland; Artbox projects NY; Artprize Augsburg Lechhausen; Artprize Bruchhausen-Vilsen, Germany; Artprize Stadtgalerie Wörth. Winner of Florence Biennale 2021.

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Patrizia Casagranda Red Yellow Empowerment 1
Winner of the Excellence in Arts Award from the World Association of Visual Arts at the Biennale and the
Lorenzo il Magnifico Award - XIII Florence Biennale (1st place, Category: Mixed Media)
Patrizia Casagranda of German-Italian background lives and works in Germany, also in the Netherlands and India. Her series Here and now are inspired on people living in extreme poverty yet managing to preserve their sovereignty and lust for life. In her travels to the poor regions of Northern India, she related with young women who collect garbage that, despite hardships, exude an amazing level of calm and cheerfulness, overcoming difficult living conditions with self-confidence, pride and joy of being, focusing on the present and solidarity, living as if each day was the last. Patrizia links her conceptual concerns with an artistic and realistic design. Her symbiosis captures viewers making them to think on the philosophy of beauty, meaning of life and global justice. After defining each face, she first designed a background, then applied collage, graffiti, stencil art and painting over it. The result is a complex artwork, based on the trash collecting, but also representing Indian culture and the women.
Patrizia said: "I could not believe that these gorgeous women actually live by collecting garbage and feed their families also. Because of this permanent existential threat, they move on a tight rope between life, survival and disaster. Everything is focused on the here and now. I was fascinated by this unconditional confidence in the future and almost energetic Joie de vivre."
Art Historian K. Weeke: "Casagranda creates expressive connections through the coalescence of collage, painting and graffiti, the complexity she thus achieves in her paintings is fascinating. At first sight, the works appear very illustrative and aesthetic. However, the deceptive use of materials unveils a continuous array of new levels and perspectives; the fragility of the seemingly crumbling layers of paint, the lace and fibers incorporated, as well as the relief-like impasto brushstrokes merge into a symbiosis of ancient murals from a long past epoch with that of contemporary modern art. Through the apparent weathering of her works as well as random corrosion processes, damaged metal, torn and yellowed paper and structures, which are reminiscent of crumbling plaster and decay, Patrizia portrays a transitory world; however, it is one that also encompasses a piece of eternity. Looking upon these charming women ‘s portraits, you are led to believe that they have originated from an alternate bygone era and world, although they clearly depict the faces of modern young women. Layer for layer, they reveal their soul to the observer and what lies beneath. You can read these paintings; you can wander through them and even lose yourself in them. They tell stories from The Thousand and One Nights, quote from fairy-tale worlds and mythological legends and play with the contrast between transience and modernity. What is most important in this work is the use of strong symbolism, whose very meanings the artist does not deny us. It becomes obvious that there is a strong interaction between the women who are portrayed and the surrounding symbolic world."
Solo Exhibitions: Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe; Part2Gallery, Düsseldorf. Galerie Mönch, Bremen; Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich; Galerie Palz, Saarlouis. Recent Group Exhibitions: 2019, Art Center Berlin; Artgallery Wiesbaden. 2018, Galerie Art15, Bremen; Galerie K, Luxembourg; Artgallery Wiesbaden; Art Life Gallery, Saint-Raphaël, Côte d’Azur, France; Gallery Nordenvind, Denmark; Roccart gallery, Florence, Italy; Galerie Lauth, Ludwigshafen; Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe; Museo di Gonzaga, Mantova, Italy; Architekturbiennale, Venedig, Italy; Steinberger Galerien, Langenargen. 2017, Galerie Bruno Massa, Paris, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Beijing, China; Bilder Bethge, Erfurt; Voigt Gallery, Nuremberg; Pashmin Art Gallery, Hamburg; Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich; Galerie Luzia Sassen, Cologne; Woodbine contemporary arts, Uppingham, UK; Galerie Art15, Bremen; Galerie Palz, Saarlouis. Fairs: 2019, Art Fair Herning; Art Genoa; Art Innsbruck; Art Karlsruhe; C.A.R. Essen; Artmuc München; AAF Hamburg; Art Lausanne; Luxembourg Art; WiKAM Wien; Art Wien; StART Straßburg. 2021 Art Context-Art Miami.
Prizes/Nominations: Artprize artbox gallery Zurich, Swizzerland; Artbox projects NY; Artprize Augsburg Lechhausen; Artprize Bruchhausen-Vilsen, Germany; Artprize Stadtgalerie Wörth. Winner of Florence Biennale 2021.

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Patrizia Casagranda Red Empowerment
Patrizia Casagranda of German-Italian background lives and works in Germany, also in the Netherlands and India. Her series Here and now are inspired on people living in extreme poverty yet managing to preserve their sovereignty and lust for life. In her travels to the poor regions of Northern India, she related with young women who collect garbage that, despite hardships, exude an amazing level of calm and cheerfulness, overcoming difficult living conditions with self-confidence, pride and joy of being, focusing on the present and solidarity, living as if each day was the last. Patrizia links her conceptual concerns with an artistic and realistic design. Her symbiosis captures viewers making them to think on the philosophy of beauty, meaning of life and global justice. After defining each face, she first designed a background, then applied collage, graffiti, stencil art and painting over it. The result is a complex artwork, based on the trash collecting, but also representing Indian culture and the women.
Patrizia said: "I could not believe that these gorgeous women actually live by collecting garbage and feed their families also. Because of this permanent existential threat, they move on a tight rope between life, survival and disaster. Everything is focused on the here and now. I was fascinated by this unconditional confidence in the future and almost energetic Joie de vivre."
Art Historian K. Weeke: "Casagranda creates expressive connections through the coalescence of collage, painting and graffiti, the complexity she thus achieves in her paintings is fascinating. At first sight, the works appear very illustrative and aesthetic. However, the deceptive use of materials unveils a continuous array of new levels and perspectives; the fragility of the seemingly crumbling layers of paint, the lace and fibers incorporated, as well as the relief-like impasto brushstrokes merge into a symbiosis of ancient murals from a long past epoch with that of contemporary modern art. Through the apparent weathering of her works as well as random corrosion processes, damaged metal, torn and yellowed paper and structures, which are reminiscent of crumbling plaster and decay, Patrizia portrays a transitory world; however, it is one that also encompasses a piece of eternity. Looking upon these charming women ‘s portraits, you are led to believe that they have originated from an alternate bygone era and world, although they clearly depict the faces of modern young women. Layer for layer, they reveal their soul to the observer and what lies beneath. You can read these paintings; you can wander through them and even lose yourself in them. They tell stories from The Thousand and One Nights, quote from fairy-tale worlds and mythological legends and play with the contrast between transience and modernity. What is most important in this work is the use of strong symbolism, whose very meanings the artist does not deny us. It becomes obvious that there is a strong interaction between the women who are portrayed and the surrounding symbolic world."
Solo Exhibitions: Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe; Part2Gallery, Düsseldorf. Galerie Mönch, Bremen; Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich; Galerie Palz, Saarlouis. Recent Group Exhibitions: 2019, Art Center Berlin; Artgallery Wiesbaden. 2018, Galerie Art15, Bremen; Galerie K, Luxembourg; Artgallery Wiesbaden; Art Life Gallery, Saint-Raphaël, Côte d’Azur, France; Gallery Nordenvind, Denmark; Roccart gallery, Florence, Italy; Galerie Lauth, Ludwigshafen; Neue Kunst Gallery, Karlsruhe; Museo di Gonzaga, Mantova, Italy; Architekturbiennale, Venedig, Italy; Steinberger Galerien, Langenargen. 2017, Galerie Bruno Massa, Paris, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Beijing, China; Bilder Bethge, Erfurt; Voigt Gallery, Nuremberg; Pashmin Art Gallery, Hamburg; Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich; Galerie Luzia Sassen, Cologne; Woodbine contemporary arts, Uppingham, UK; Galerie Art15, Bremen; Galerie Palz, Saarlouis. Fairs: 2019, Art Fair Herning; Art Genoa; Art Innsbruck; Art Karlsruhe; C.A.R. Essen; Artmuc München; AAF Hamburg; Art Lausanne; Luxembourg Art; WiKAM Wien; Art Wien; StART Straßburg. 2021 Art Context-Art Miami.
Prizes/Nominations: Artprize artbox gallery Zurich, Swizzerland; Artbox projects NY; Artprize Augsburg Lechhausen; Artprize Bruchhausen-Vilsen, Germany; Artprize Stadtgalerie Wörth. Winner of Florence Biennale 2021.

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Diana Vurnbrand Grandma's Purse 1
With my work, I hope to convey the tension between the passage of time and impermanence through my memories, dreams, and nostalgias. Sometimes I suspect that memories are dreams that never happened, how could one really know? I often use the image of the butterfly, a symbol of change and the ephemeral. It also reminds me of Cheng Tzu's parable. In it a man dreams of being a butterfly, but when he wakes up, he wonders if he is a human who dreamed of being a butterfly or if he is a butterfly dreaming of being a human.
Diana has been participated in Art Context, Art Wynwood and Scope at previous years.

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Diana Vurnbrand Grandma's Purse 2
With my work, I hope to convey the tension between the passage of time and impermanence through my memories, dreams, and nostalgias. Sometimes I suspect that memories are dreams that never happened, how could one really know? I often use the image of the butterfly, a symbol of change and the ephemeral. It also reminds me of Cheng Tzu's parable. In it a man dreams of being a butterfly, but when he wakes up, he wonders if he is a human who dreamed of being a butterfly or if he is a butterfly dreaming of being a human.
Diana has been participated in Art Context, Art Wynwood and Scope at previous years.

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Diana Vurnbrand Grandma's Tea Cup 1
With my work, I hope to convey the tension between the passage of time and impermanence through my memories, dreams, and nostalgias. Sometimes I suspect that memories are dreams that never happened, how could one really know? I often use the image of the butterfly, a symbol of change and the ephemeral. It also reminds me of Cheng Tzu's parable. In it a man dreams of being a butterfly, but when he wakes up, he wonders if he is a human who dreamed of being a butterfly or if he is a butterfly dreaming of being a human.
Diana has been participated in Art Context, Art Wynwood and Scope at previous years,

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Diana Vurnbrand Grandma's Tea Cup 2
With my work, I hope to convey the tension between the passage of time and impermanence through my memories, dreams, and nostalgias. Sometimes I suspect that memories are dreams that never happened, how could one really know? I often use the image of the butterfly, a symbol of change and the ephemeral. It also reminds me of Cheng Tzu's parable. In it a man dreams of being a butterfly, but when he wakes up, he wonders if he is a human who dreamed of being a butterfly or if he is a butterfly dreaming of being a human.
Diana has been participated in Art Context, Art Wynwood and Scope at previous years.

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Luis Kaiulani 2252 Red Flat-Line
Born Honolulu, Hawaii,1963, growing up as a child in Hawaii, Kaiulani describes his influence as a mixture of culture & nature, geography & philosophy. His upbringing involved absorbing all of the wonders of the Hawaiian forests, playing in the sands on secluded beaches, meditating on mountaintops and diving into one of the world’s most amazing bodies of water, the Pacific Ocean. While he credits his affinity toward nature to this another side of Kaiulani that is fiery, passionate and aching for excitement. He attributes this ‘fiery’ side to his Latin American heritage, for the past 20 years, Kaiulani’s attention to fluidity, mindfulness and color dimension bring his artworks into a realm all of their own. Kaiulani creates abstract works that draw from his Hawaiian and Venezuelan backgrounds and are expressed via his sculptures, paintings and art objects.
For the onlooker, his work simultaneously feels strong and imaginary, much like the archipelago he hails from. His focus on color brings to life his work’s objective, Kaiulani says, “My art is a metaphor for nature’s constant quest for growth through learning, experience and contribution.” And this objective is made evident when one looks at the color and rhythm that his works of art exude.
He is a self-taught sculptor, he seeks subjects that complement his growing concern with form, space, and color, where the presentation of forms and symbols as subject matters illuminate modern existence as has been the influence of Surrealism, Cubism, and Abstract art. In his arsenal, Kaiulani utilizes various combinations of painting and sculpture construction methods. Kaiulani finds circles and lines to have many variations and these variables allow him limitless options of expression. While creating artworks, Kaiulani transfers onto his canvas and metal sculptures a notable graceful emphasis that permits him to express himself and create wondrous masterpieces. One of Kaiulani’s signatures is that he welds, cuts, sand and paints all his pieces , it all has to be just right. To Kaiulani, even the canvas is part of the painting as the welding is part of the sculpture, from beginning to end, the attention to details during the assembly process is the physical part of bringing a piece together. It’s more than a mind connection, it’s a physical connection. Kaiulani is always creating and producing in his studio, he is currently preparing various installations that will soon debut. Luis declares, “My goal is to keep moving forward, to keep making works of art; I’m focused on making many more paintings and sculptures.”

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Ventura-Olavarria Lady in Pink
Ventura and Olavarria are a Collaborative Duo of Collage Visual Artists that reside and work in Santiago de Chile. Raquel Ventura and Felipe Olavarria, both Chilean born, are famous and skillful self-made Visual Artist. Their family origins respectively are, Raquel from Spain with some Jewish background and Felipe from the Basque Country in Spain. Felipe Olavarria achieved a degree in Architecture at Viña del Mar University, Chile, as well as a degree in Advertising at the Santiago Universidad Estudio del Pacifico, Chile, and was trained as Cinema Screenwriter at the Academia Factoria del Guion, Madrid, Spain, by Fermin Cabal, director with famous moviemaker Pedro Almodovar. From early age, Raquel built up her passion to become a Visual Artist.
Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative will exhibit for their main debut with Contemporary Art Projects USA at Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary Fair, March 24-27, 2022, their artworks "Menage a Trois", 74 H x 50 W inches, including frame, and "Lady in Pink" made of cut photographic paper, resin and acrylic painting. Previously to this participation, a major special Exhibition Installation by Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative was presented for one month in Santiago de Chile at the most important and largely celebrated Edificio Alonso, Grupo Patio.
Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative most used techniques for creating their artworks are the three collage cutting techniques of photographic paper, hand cutting, scissors cutting and surgical knife cutting. The connecting and background techniques for fill in are made with acrylic painting and pencils. For the finishing technique, the duo completes their artworks by coating with one or more layers of resin.
The most essential creative concepts that inspire and guide Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative team are to reach harmonic compositions that merge messages with a colorful appearance and to conceive artworks to be observed by viewers motivated for the quality of each cleverly solved detail. The themes in the artworks carry meanings that suggest order in contrast with disorder and a social past that creates emotions. The subjects on the artworks will present famous people, like actors, models, singers, or leaders, depicted on well-known magazines from where the photographic cuts will arise. In addition, several collages are based on familiar comic's characters and smart human successful achievers, such as astronauts or athletes.
Collage as an Art Form surfaced in the works of Cubists masters Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, then had a vital role in the stages of Modernism. Collage allows artist to explore at once the space between high art and popular culture, past and present, text and image, figuration, and abstraction, also reaching two and three- dimensional elements. Pablo Picasso said: “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” Several images can be organized into depictions showing urban elements as cityscapes, skyscrapers, or by integrating images linked to daily life reality. The artists instantly will connect viewers with their work of art by motion and color. The designs evolve with the passage of time reflecting a growth and maturation of the society and the artists.

Mariavelia Savino
Art Curator Contemporary Art Projects USA

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Ventura-Olavarria Menage Trois
Ventura and Olavarria are a Collaborative Duo of Collage Visual Artists that reside and work in Santiago de Chile. Raquel Ventura and Felipe Olavarria, both Chilean born, are famous and skillful self-made Visual Artist. Their family origins respectively are, Raquel from Spain with some Jewish background and Felipe from the Basque Country in Spain. Felipe Olavarria achieved a degree in Architecture at Viña del Mar University, Chile, as well as a degree in Advertising at the Santiago Universidad Estudio del Pacifico, Chile, and was trained as Cinema Screenwriter at the Academia Factoria del Guion, Madrid, Spain, by Fermin Cabal, director with famous moviemaker Pedro Almodovar. From early age, Raquel built up her passion to become a Visual Artist.
Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative will exhibit for their main debut with Contemporary Art Projects USA at Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary Fair, March 24-27, 2022, their artworks "Menage a Trois", 74 H x 50 W inches, including frame, and "Lady in Pink” made of cut photographic paper, resin and acrylic painting. Previously to this participation, a major special Exhibition Installation by Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative was presented for one month in Santiago de Chile at the most important and largely celebrated Edificio Alonso, Grupo Patio.
Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative most used techniques for creating their artworks are the three collage cutting techniques of photographic paper, hand cutting, scissors cutting and surgical knife cutting. The connecting and background techniques for fill in are made with acrylic painting and pencils. For the finishing technique, the duo completes their artworks by coating with one or more layers of resin.
The most essential creative concepts that inspire and guide Ventura and Olavarria Collage Collaborative team are to reach harmonic compositions that merge messages with a colorful appearance and to conceive artworks to be observed by viewers motivated for the quality of each cleverly solved detail. The themes in the artworks carry meanings that suggest order in contrast with disorder and a social past that creates emotions. The subjects on the artworks will present famous people, like actors, models, singers, or leaders, depicted on well-known magazines from where the photographic cuts will arise. In addition, several collages are based on familiar comic's characters and smart human successful achievers, such as astronauts or athletes.
Collage as an Art Form surfaced in the works of Cubists masters Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, then had a vital role in the stages of Modernism. Collage allows artist to explore at once the space between high art and popular culture, past and present, text and image, figuration, and abstraction, also reaching two and three- dimensional elements. Pablo Picasso said: “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” Several images can be organized into depictions showing urban elements as cityscapes, skyscrapers, or by integrating images linked to daily life reality. The artists instantly will connect viewers with their work of art by motion and color. The designs evolve with the passage of time reflecting a growth and maturation of the society and the artists.

Mariavelia Savino
Art Curator Contemporary Art Projects USA

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Hugo Diaz Green Elements within Kinetic Space
Hugo Diaz, born in San Cristóbal, Táchira State, Venezuela, in 1965, lives in Miami, FL, since 2003. A self- taught artist, he has a degree in Engineering of Computer Systems from the Metropolitan University, Caracas, Venezuela. Diaz also went to several universities to tackle diverse career studies, such as the Cristóbal Rojas School of Art in 1987 and the Faculty of Architecture at the Central University of Venezuela, booth in Caracas. As an Artist Hugo Diaz is an important member of what we could call 'the new generation of Venezuelan Kinetic Art'. This art is based on the aesthetic of real movement and the virtual in the geometric abstraction, as created using combined simple geometric forms in subjective compositions on unreal spaces. This art is set out to go beyond what has been reached through intuition and is necessary an errorless rigorous method to achieve it. The speech of the Artist Hugo Diaz is complemented with an exaltation of two diverse spatial dimensions in an effort to represent a three-dimensional reality. Pictorially his work is also based on optical illusions obtained by retinal vibration and by taking advantage of the impossibility for our eyes to watch simultaneously two contrasted surfaces that are intensely and brightly colored. Throughout his career, Diaz has been constant in the search of developing his interest in color, the line, the light, and the figurative thing, integrating them at the same time as managing to produce the impression of the energy in movement. His work encompasses geometric abstract forms, figurative color, lines, light and elements to create an unforgettable visual experience. Inspired by the international movements of Geometric and Kinetic Art initiated by masters such as Israeli artist Yaacov Agam (b. 1928), French-Hungarian artist Victor Vasarely (b. 1906, d. 1997), as well as Venezuelan Kinetic Art masters Jesús Rafael Soto (b. 1923, d. 2005) and Carlos Cruz-Diez (b. 1923), it is important to highlight that Hugo Diaz has reached his own new dimension, going beyond them and creating a novel innovative reading for the Geometric Art genre. Viewers will enjoy his unique artworks at Contemporary Art Projects USA booth in Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary.

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Hugo Diaz Blue Elements within Kinetic Space
Hugo Diaz, born in San Cristóbal, Táchira State, Venezuela, in 1965, lives in Miami, FL, since 2003. A self- taught artist, he has a degree in Engineering of Computer Systems from the Metropolitan University, Caracas, Venezuela. Diaz also went to several universities to tackle diverse career studies, such as the Cristóbal Rojas School of Art in 1987 and the Faculty of Architecture at the Central University of Venezuela, booth in Caracas. As an Artist Hugo Diaz is an important member of what we could call 'the new generation of Venezuelan Kinetic Art'. This art is based on the aesthetic of real movement and the virtual in the geometric abstraction, as created using combined simple geometric forms in subjective compositions on unreal spaces. This art is set out to go beyond what has been reached through intuition and is necessary an errorless rigorous method to achieve it. The speech of the Artist Hugo Diaz is complemented with an exaltation of two diverse spatial dimensions in an effort to represent a three-dimensional reality. Pictorially his work is also based on optical illusions obtained by retinal vibration and by taking advantage of the impossibility for our eyes to watch simultaneously two contrasted surfaces that are intensely and brightly colored. Throughout his career, Diaz has been constant in the search of developing his interest in color, the line, the light, and the figurative thing, integrating them at the same time as managing to produce the impression of the energy in movement. His work encompasses geometric abstract forms, figurative color, lines, light and elements to create an unforgettable visual experience. Inspired by the international movements of Geometric and Kinetic Art initiated by masters such as Israeli artist Yaacov Agam (b. 1928), French-Hungarian artist Victor Vasarely (b. 1906, d. 1997), as well as Venezuelan Kinetic Art masters Jesús Rafael Soto (b. 1923, d. 2005) and Carlos Cruz-Diez (b. 1923), it is important to highlight that Hugo Diaz has reached his own new dimension, going beyond them and creating a novel innovative reading for the Geometric Art genre. Viewers will enjoy his unique artworks at Contemporary Art Projects USA booth in Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary.

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Peter McLennan Black Circle #6
Peter's interest in photography began at an early age while embarking on long road trips across North America. He wanted to find a way to capture the feelings he experienced while looking out at the vast landscapes. After studying photography at Ryerson University/Humber College and Art History at the University of Toronto, he continued to explore the world around him through his lens. Using his emotions as his guide, he examines themes of time, space, and our relative place within them. Having recently been diagnosed with ADHD, he has come realize that in many ways his images are an escape from his own cluttered mind. Peter's work belongs to personal and corporate collections around the world. He has exhibited international as well as national. At the moment his work has been presented in USA by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Wynwood and Art Context-Art Miami.

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Peter McLennan Two Small Clouds
Peter's interest in photography began at an early age while embarking on long road trips across North America. He wanted to find a way to capture the feelings he experienced while looking out at the vast landscapes. After studying photography at Ryerson University/Humber College and Art History at the University of Toronto, he continued to explore the world around him through his lens. Using his emotions as his guide, he examines themes of time, space, and our relative place within them. Having recently been diagnosed with ADHD, he has come realize that in many ways his images are an escape from his own cluttered mind. Peter's work belongs to personal and corporate collections around the world. He has exhibited international as well as national. At the moment his work has been presented in USA by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Wynwood and Art Context-Art Miami.

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Magaly Barnola-Otaola Tension
For Magaly Barnola-Otaola the body is a metaphor. She reflects and visually disserts on the power and strength of the marvelous corpus that is the human body. In her works the body endures tests and hardships and experiences ultimate ordeals and struggles. Muscle and flesh are pushed to the limit or assessed to the extreme. Barnola's bodies show the fundamental essence of humans in an utmost combat. Forte, vigor, and potency reveal their toughest edges in a definite battle for title of the greatest and the supreme. They are in an energetic and lively battle for the furthermost of victories. On a wider scope and Barnola's main concern is that her bodies assess the human condition in its supreme and paramount excellence.
She has exhibited international and national levels. At the present time, she is represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA.

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Magaly Barnola-Otaola Human Track
For Magaly Barnola-Otaola the body is a metaphor. She reflects and visually disserts on the power and strength of the marvelous corpus that is the human body. In her works the body endures tests and hardships and experiences ultimate ordeals and struggles. Muscle and flesh are pushed to the limit or assessed to the extreme. Barnola's bodies show the fundamental essence of humans in an utmost combat. Forte, vigor, and potency reveal their toughest edges in a definite battle for title of the greatest and the supreme. They are in an energetic and lively battle for the furthermost of victories. On a wider scope and Barnola's main concern is that her bodies assess the human condition in its supreme and paramount excellence. She has exhibited international and national levels. At the present time, she is represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA.

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Magaly Barnola-Otaola Gold Medal
For Magaly Barnola-Otaola the body is a metaphor. She reflects and visually disserts on the power and strength of the marvelous corpus that is the human body. In her works the body endures tests and hardships and experiences ultimate ordeals and struggles. Muscle and flesh are pushed to the limit or assessed to the extreme. Barnola's bodies show the fundamental essence of humans in an utmost combat. Forte, vigor, and potency reveal their toughest edges in a definite battle for title of the greatest and the supreme. They are in an energetic and lively battle for the furthermost of victories. On a wider scope and Barnola's main concern is that her bodies assess the human condition in its supreme and paramount excellence. She has exhibited international and national levels. At the present time, she is represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA.

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Magaly Barnola-Otaola Runners-Brain Rush
For Magaly Barnola-Otaola the body is a metaphor. She reflects and visually disserts on the power and strength of the marvelous corpus that is the human body. In her works the body endures tests and hardships and experiences ultimate ordeals and struggles. Muscle and flesh are pushed to the limit or assessed to the extreme. Barnola's bodies show the fundamental essence of humans in an utmost combat. Forte, vigor, and potency reveal their toughest edges in a definite battle for title of the greatest and the supreme. They are in an energetic and lively battle for the furthermost of victories. On a wider scope and Barnola's main concern is that her bodies assess the human condition in its supreme and paramount excellence. She has exhibited international and national levels. At the present time, she is represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA.

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Wuilfredo Soto White Sphere
The artistic discourse of Wuilfredo Soto rest in the concept of abstraction, expressed in works with movement and optical perceptions. To do this, it builds structures with geometric figures that through repetitions end in successive and perfectly balanced constructions.
The system that Wuilfredo Soto generally uses is based on sequences and progressions developed on all four sides of the surface of space. So each form is closely linked to a whole and its relationships depend on a previously established system. These optical structures create a visual impact and establish a connection with the viewer.
As an artist I consider myself passionate when making installations with non-traditional materials on the surface without losing the spirituality of the work in its creation, which can produce movement or light.
Through fractal geometric compositions, it creates simple plane transformations on the surface, transforming the initial pattern through repetitions into a new image and providing an expression of
dimension in space and time.

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Wuilfredo Soto Black Sphere
He was born in Caracas in 1961. From an early age he felt a desire to express themselves through drawing and painting. However, having not sufficient financial resources he kept it as a pending task, until the mid- 90s began to develop an interest in art, through extensive research of the works about the great masters of painting, optical geometric trend basically. Moreover, based on the geometric abstraction he started making spontaneous paintings with the freedom to choose and combine his palette. The desire of the artist consists in creating and innovating in each sample, being free to interpret his visions, colors, lights and forms, transforming the space he develops.
His plastic has been defined under a constructive approach, gathering techniques that emphasize textures, a diversity of building materials and reinforce the interaction of colors towards a relentless pursuit of the idea. In this sense the expression has no limits, because despite the obstacles, this profession has allowed him to achieve a balance where the positive prevails.
His preparation has allowed diversity and creation; he keeps a kinetic optical discourse, where the shape and color take a dominant role in the composition. This implies a systematic and rational work of strong visual impact. These paintings don’t seek to express an eventual plot, but the viewer would interpret the content in a different way. Under this latest trend the artist has developed a work with double set of perception, movement, and vibration of the composition.
Furthermore, his work has developed with a contemporary approach, influenced by the design and architecture. The passion and the effort are his source of inspiration, under that instinct can imagine the impossible, make it a reality and transform the space. He has special attention to details, being diligent and patient and organizing color areas, where perception and imagination reconstruct reality in a positive and constructive manner.
The artist believes that color is a subjective experience that depends on three key factors: light, object and observer. Looking in his compositions the viewer is attracted with great force by that energy. He believes that art can encounter other consciousness using different media and materials, creating optical illusions like motion.

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Fabio Mesa Dreamers "Living for Today" #3
Fabio Mesa was born in the city of Medellin, Colombia, in 1970. Mesa presently resides in Medellin, where he owns his artistic workshop. He frequently travels from Colombia to other countries to participate at relevant exhibitions and to take part in collaborative workshops. From 2014 until today, visual artist Fabio Mesa has visited important cities in the United States of America, such as Miami, New York City and Greenwich, as well as Panama City in the Republic of Panama, Central America, and Beijing in the People's Republic of China, Asia.

Fabio Mesa has developed his Art inspired by effects of light through shades and color. It is remarkable the versatility on how he recreates his own shapes and lines, making a 'fusion' of them with his unique human crowds and the effects of the light perceived trough endless spaces. His cleverly achieved perspectives capture and give great emotions to the viewers of the artworks. They are composed by one or multiple pieces that combine among them. Mesa uses for his Art delicate combinations of gray, silver, gold, black or white, accompanying them with the addition of one or more bright colors to create a vibrating effect and impact, making each work a unique experience to enjoy. The artworks evolve into a deep intellectual approach towards the viewer, achieving an interactive visual effect. When there is light a vivid and intense color is presented also combined with deep shadows, as we can see in the unique Art masterpiece created by Fabio Mesa for the Aston Martin Residences Miami.
Artist Fabio Mesa has said about his artistic work: "In my work, crowds march toward common goals, which revolve around dreams that human beings share as a society: the search for peace, the struggle for a better life"... "In my paintings, the 'dreamers' tirelessly search for their dreams on the path of life that is often unknown to them but may lead to freedom and peace in another reality."
Colombian Curator and Art Critic, Eduardo Serrano, wrote about Fabio Mesa in 'Defining peace through art': "Fabio Mesa’s painting constitutes a commentary about the behavior of human beings as crowds. It is sometimes erratic and sometimes confident, sometimes threatening, and other times gentle. Through color, in some occasions acid and others kind and soft, his work does not explicitly show people’s location but it does make it clear that it’s an urban square given by the shadows of some buildings; it also shows that it’s about city dwellers who move with ease even through the obstacles they may come across."
In 1981, Mesa began to study at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Medellin, later starting his professional creative career after 5 years of art studies. Artist Fabio Mesa briefly stopped to work for two years to increase and develop his innovative talent studying at Medellin's Art Workshop.
Exhibitions and Events, as well as recent past Art Fairs where Visual Artist Fabio Mesa has been invited:
1. Invited Artist by MDC/West Campus for Virtual and Physical Exhibition called "The Dreamers of 2021" Sept 22-2021-January 3|2022.
2. Invited Artist to represent Aston Martin in a Marketing Campaign from August - October 2021
3. Virtual Exhibition called "The Dreamers in Aston Martin" at Aston Martin New Building from
September 2021 to November 30-2021
4. Art Context 2020 and Art Palm Beach 2020 Online
5. Art Context 2021

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Fabio Mesa Dreamers of Today Sculpture
Fabio Mesa was born in the city of Medellin, Colombia, in 1970. Mesa presently resides in Medellin, where he owns his artistic workshop. He frequently travels from Colombia to other countries to participate at relevant exhibitions and to take part in collaborative workshops. From 2014 until today, visual artist Fabio Mesa has visited important cities in the United States of America, such as Miami, New York City and Greenwich, as well as Panama City in the Republic of Panama, Central America, and Beijing in the People's Republic of China, Asia.

Fabio Mesa has developed his Art inspired by effects of light through shades and color. It is remarkable the versatility on how he recreates his own shapes and lines, making a 'fusion' of them with his unique human crowds and the effects of the light perceived trough endless spaces. His cleverly achieved perspectives capture and give great emotions to the viewers of the artworks. They are composed by one or multiple pieces that combine among them. Mesa uses for his Art delicate combinations of gray, silver, gold, black or white, accompanying them with the addition of one or more bright colors to create a vibrating effect and impact, making each work a unique experience to enjoy. The artworks evolve into a deep intellectual approach towards the viewer, achieving an interactive visual effect. When there is light a vivid and intense color is presented also combined with deep shadows, as we can see in the unique Art masterpiece created by Fabio Mesa for the Aston Martin Residences Miami.

Artist Fabio Mesa has said about his artistic work: "In my work, crowds march toward common goals, which revolve around dreams that human beings share as a society: the search for peace, the struggle for a better life"... "In my paintings, the 'dreamers' tirelessly search for their dreams on the path of life that is often unknown to them but may lead to freedom and peace in another reality."

Colombian Curator and Art Critic, Eduardo Serrano, wrote about Fabio Mesa in 'Defining peace through art': "Fabio Mesa’s painting constitutes a commentary about the behavior of human beings as crowds. It is sometimes erratic and sometimes confident, sometimes threatening, and other times gentle. Through color, in some occasions acid and others kind and soft, his work does not explicitly show people’s location but it does make it clear that it’s an urban square given by the shadows of some buildings; it also shows that it’s about city dwellers who move with ease even through the obstacles they may come across."

In 1981, Mesa began to study at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Medellin, later starting his professional creative career after 5 years of art studies. Artist Fabio Mesa briefly stopped to work for two years to increase and develop his innovative talent studying at Medellin's Art Workshop.

Upcoming Exhibitions and Events, as well as recent past Art Fairs where Visual Artist Fabio Mesa has been invited:
1. Invited Artist by MDC/West Campus for Virtual and Physical Exhibition called "The Dreamers of 2021" Sept 22-2021-January 3|2022.
2. Invited Artist to represent Aston Martin in a Marketing Campaign from August - October 2021
3. Virtual Exhibition called "The Dreamers in Aston Martin" at Aston Martin New Building from September 2021 to November 30-2021
4. Art Context 2022, Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary 2022.

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Fabio Mesa Dreamers "Living for Today" #4
Fabio Mesa was born in the city of Medellin, Colombia, in 1970. Mesa presently resides in Medellin, where he owns his artistic workshop. He frequently travels from Colombia to other countries to participate at relevant exhibitions and to take part in collaborative workshops. From 2014 until today, visual artist Fabio Mesa has visited important cities in the United States of America, such as Miami, New York City and Greenwich, as well as Panama City in the Republic of Panama, Central America, and Beijing in the People's Republic of China, Asia.

Fabio Mesa has developed his Art inspired by effects of light through shades and color. It is remarkable the versatility on how he recreates his own shapes and lines, making a 'fusion' of them with his unique human crowds and the effects of the light perceived trough endless spaces. His cleverly achieved perspectives capture and give great emotions to the viewers of the artworks. They are composed by one or multiple pieces that combine among them. Mesa uses for his Art delicate combinations of gray, silver, gold, black or white, accompanying them with the addition of one or more bright colors to create a vibrating effect and impact, making each work a unique experience to enjoy. The artworks evolve into a deep intellectual approach towards the viewer, achieving an interactive visual effect. When there is light a vivid and intense color is presented also combined with deep shadows, as we can see in the unique Art masterpiece created by Fabio Mesa for the Aston Martin Residences Miami.
Artist Fabio Mesa has said about his artistic work: "In my work, crowds march toward common goals, which revolve around dreams that human beings share as a society: the search for peace, the struggle for a better life"... "In my paintings, the 'dreamers' tirelessly search for their dreams on the path of life that is often unknown to them but may lead to freedom and peace in another reality."
Colombian Curator and Art Critic, Eduardo Serrano, wrote about Fabio Mesa in 'Defining peace through art': "Fabio Mesa’s painting constitutes a commentary about the behavior of human beings as crowds. It is sometimes erratic and sometimes confident, sometimes threatening, and other times gentle. Through color, in some occasions acid and others kind and soft, his work does not explicitly show people’s location but it does make it clear that it’s an urban square given by the shadows of some buildings; it also shows that it’s about city dwellers who move with ease even through the obstacles they may come across."
In 1981, Mesa began to study at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in Medellin, later starting his professional creative career after 5 years of art studies. Artist Fabio Mesa briefly stopped to work for two years to increase and develop his innovative talent studying at Medellin's Art Workshop.
Exhibitions and Events, as well as recent past Art Fairs where Visual Artist Fabio Mesa has been invited:
1. Invited Artist by MDC/West Campus for Virtual and Physical Exhibition called "The Dreamers of 2021" Sept 22-2021-January 3|2022.
2. Invited Artist to represent Aston Martin in a Marketing Campaign from August - October 2021
3. Virtual Exhibition called "The Dreamers in Aston Martin" at Aston Martin New Building from
September 2021 to November 30-2021
4. Art Context 2020 and Art Palm Beach 2020 Online
5. Art Context 2021

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Rachel Daly Casa Mia
Rachel Daly is an English Artist living in Connecticut. Born and raised in Florence, Italy, surrounded by an abundance of history, culture and the eccentricities of life in an artistic circle, her childhood has without
doubt heavily influenced her aesthetic and sense of space and material. After attending Wimbledon and Slade Art foundations in London, she went on to be accepted at Camberwell Art School in South London to study Drawing. Constantly questioning how materials can be used, how simplified forms take up space or blend into their environment, Rachel discards the "rules" and focuses in on instinctual form and mark making. Deconstructing materials and objects and reimagining them to create beautiful, bold and striking works. Casa Mia as her other pieces are painted using Oil on Raw Canvas. Once completed the pieces take 3 weeks to dry in the Studio. (Extract from: Rachel Daly Studio http://www.racheldalystudio.com)
Seeing and admiring the Artworks by Rachel Daly as an Art Curator, three expressions come to my mind:
uniqueness, to transcend, creative mastership. Rachel Daly Art is unique in concept, as she transforms in an art creation a common object, a line or a color, changing their essence and use to make them into a one of a kind Artwork achieved by her clever intervention and arrangement of them. She has the power to transcend reality and to make it to go into another dimension that deeply produces in the viewer admiration, excitement and the learning that anything can become pleasantly different when it is
intervened through Art. Rachel Daly has the capacity to compose an unique Artwork to go beyond reality with her creative mastership.
I will say that Rachel Daly is a Master in her artistic career because she does something in her own way that no one has done before and she reaches cleverly managed results, therefore she is not only an artist that makes her art, she is really a clever and innovative Art Master with the capacity to deliver Art that will become a unique visual impact and connection to the public with her Artworks that nobody can copy or imitate their creative conception, as Rachel Daly has a very distinctive artistic style.
Each person goes through events in their life which can include the influence of the countries where they have lived, the studies they have made, their family experiences and when all this happens to a highly creative mind as Rachel Daly, she has the extraordinary capacity to make a statement to the
world with her Art remarkably intellectual and inspiring. Moreover, each viewer of any identity and age can receive a unique and distinctive enrichment from Rachel Daly Art.
Mariavelia Savino
Art Curator

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Leo Di Tomaso Picasso - Tribute to the Muse
Leonardo Di Tomaso is an Italian-Venezuelan Artist specialized in photography. He is a sensitive and human person, with an acute eye for detail, balance, and composition. Di Tomaso cleverly and rapidly captures the exact action, subject and background to portray, expertly selecting to develop it either in color or in B & W. His images are an invitation to action and to experience. His goal is to understand and share other people’s feelings, as well as to promote solutions or improvement for good, making images more joyful to the viewer. One artistic photograph by Leonardo Di Tomaso was awarded 2nd place in the Conceptual Art Category at the International 2017 Competition of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa. During many years, before becoming an artist on his own, Di Tomaso created Di Tomaso Photography to develop his talent for photography providing exquisite, personalized service on-location for many well-known artists, galleries, and studios, as well as at his studio located in Wynwood Art District. Represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA, Di Tomaso exhibited in Art Boca 2018. Today, while conceiving more innovative interpretations of the image in the field of Photography, Leonardo Di Tomaso says about his new body of work: “In the search for the fundamental decomposition of the basic component of the image and inspired in the studies made during the 60’s by Salvador Dali (1904-1989, Catalonia, Spain) to follow the invention of the digital image by NASA, I begun to combine pixelated elements to conform images. Sometime later, I observed the results of the advancement in Quantum Physics and the concept of ‘fractal’ and I decided to combine both, to create images, whose foundation was the pixilation of the resulting image made with images that repeated themselves almost infinitely.” Quantum Physics is a fundamental theory that describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles. The word quantum derives from the Latin, meaning “how great” or “how much”. A Pixel is the smallest element of an image that can be individually processed in a video display system. Presented by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Santa Fe 2018, 2019, Art Wynwood, Art Context 2021.

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Leo Di Tomaso Tribute to Picasso - Woman Sitting on a Chair
Leonardo Di Tomaso is an Italian-Venezuelan Artist specialized in photography. He is a sensitive and human person, with an acute eye for detail, balance, and composition. Di Tomaso cleverly and rapidly captures the exact action, subject and background to portray, expertly selecting to develop it either in color or in B & W. His images are an invitation to action and to experience. His goal is to understand and share other people’s feelings, as well as to promote solutions or improvement for good, making images more joyful to the viewer. One artistic photograph by Leonardo Di Tomaso was awarded 2nd place in the Conceptual Art Category at the International 2017 Competition of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa. During many years, before becoming an artist on his own, Di Tomaso created Di Tomaso Photography to develop his talent for photography providing exquisite, personalized service on-location for many well-known artists, galleries, and studios, as well as at his studio located in Wynwood Art District. Represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA, Di Tomaso exhibited in Art Boca 2018. Today, while conceiving more innovative interpretations of the image in the field of Photography, Leonardo Di Tomaso says about his new body of work: “In the search for the fundamental decomposition of the basic component of the image and inspired in the studies made during the 60’s by Salvador Dali (1904-1989, Catalonia, Spain) to follow the invention of the digital image by NASA, I begun to combine pixelated elements to conform images. Sometime later, I observed the results of the advancement in Quantum Physics and the concept of ‘fractal’ and I decided to combine both, to create images, whose foundation was the pixilation of the resulting image made with images that repeated themselves almost infinitely.” Quantum Physics is a fundamental theory that describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles. The word quantum derives from the Latin, meaning “how great” or “how much”. A Pixel is the smallest element of an image that can be individually processed in a video display system. Presented by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Santa Fe 2018, 2019, Art Wynwood, Art Context 2021.

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Alejandro Rauhut Exclusions BERLIN
These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. (Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, NY, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai).

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Alejandro Rauhut Exclusions SHANGHAI
These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. (Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, NY, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai).

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Alejandro Rauhut Exclusions London
These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. (Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, NY, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai).

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Alejandro Rauhut Exclusions MOSCOW
These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. (Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, NY, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai).

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Jonas Leriche Kiss of Delft
Born in Belgium in 1976, Jonas Leriche spent ten years working as a fashion photographer before making the decision to move to New York and focus exclusively on his artistic practice. An early career in fashion enabled Leriche to develop his photography skills but spending day after day in an industry dominated by superficiality and social media posturing, left him with little enthusiasm. The experience did, however, entirely inform his approach to the practice of making art.
Leriche consciously seeks out the juxtaposition between what is artificial and what is authentic, rendering artworks that encourage the viewer to identify this duality. The driving force behind Leriche’s work is his desire to inject raw, natural elements into a flawless, cultivated image in order to challenge those viewers who are unaccustomed to scratching any deeper than the surface.
Leriche’s photographs are explosively emotional and striking in composition – a direct result of the fact that Leriche meticulously “constructs” each, layer by layer by layer. A single photoshoot typically requires a week of 18-hour days, due to the elaborate design and direction, not to mention Leriche’s unparalleled attention to detail.
Leriche’s newest collection of sculptures entitled, “Vanity Skulls,” is evocative of his photography and yet specifically created to explore the transience of life, the futility of pleasure and the certainty of death. Each sculpture seeks to contrast symbols of wealth with symbols of ephemerality and death.
Leriche’s silkscreen print editions are an homage of sorts to his sculptures – a realization of the “Vanity Skull” in a completely different way, utilizing diamond dust, gold and silver leaf, iridescence and a myriad of colors.
Leriche’s artworks have been exhibited at Art Miami, Context, Scope and Art Wynwood. He has had solo exhibitions in New York City, NY and in Antwerp, Belgium.
What matters to me is the transformation of emotions and intentional or subconscious ideas into gripping images. Each piece tells a story and the stories I create go far beyond the individual or anecdotal. My aim is not merely to create an aesthetically appealing artwork but to create something larger than life.

- Jonas Leriche


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Adriana Dorta Optical Vibration. Teal
Adriana Dorta Sáez, born in Caracas, Venezuela, has a bachelor's degree in Business and studied Visual Arts in the American Art Institute of Miami. From early age, she developed a great inclination towards the arts inspired by the effects of light through shades and color in the stained glass of France's old cathedrals, like Chartres and Notre-Dame en Vaux. The artist has said: "... As an adult, I now perceive my paintings as a form of multicolor light through precise lines that reflect the influence of my passion for stained glass and how it reflects the straight lines that moves throughout the day. That's how I try to transmit the magic that can only live in those sacred windows”
She has also a great passion for Geometric Abstract Art. This artistic language inspired the great international masters of kinetic, optical, and geometric abstraction from whom Dorta takes great motivation, Yaacov Agam (b. 1928), Josef lbers (1888- 1976), Kenneth Noland (1924-2010), and Frank Stella (b. 1936). Adriana Dorta cleverly studied and reinterpreted them, reaching her own dimensions and unique creative conceptions through her exquisitely innovative artworks.
Since 2015, Dorta has successfully exhibited in important art shows throughout the US and abroad as well Museums. It is interesting to highlight that geometric art has been one important tract in the art of native cultures in The Americas as well as in Europe, Asia, Africa, or Oceania. It is remarkable the versatility on how Adriana Dorta recreates her own Geometric shapes and lines, making a 'fusion' of them with her unique effects of the light perceived trough endless spaces.
Her achieved perspectives capture and give great emotions to the viewers of her artworks. They are composed by one or multiple pieces that combine among them and can be displayed horizontally or vertically.
Dorta uses for her Art delicate combinations of grays, silvers, gold, black or white, often accompanying them with the addition of one or more bright colors to create a vibrating effect and impact, making each work a unique experience to enjoy. Her work has evolved into a more multi-disciplinary approach towards the viewer, achieving an interactive, vivid, almost mechanical visual effect that leaves spectators with 3D visual illusions without the use of electrical or mechanical components.

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Andre Paul Croteau SUPER 80'S
Sometimes the freshest vision can be born from a cross-pollination of the creative disciplines. After 30 years, designing men’s fashion, Andre Croteau has turned his seasoned instincts towards the fine arts. Croteau creates “luxury friezes”… textile-infused, resin-based canvases that evoke a glossy, shiny sense of life, energy and well-being for those that experience them.

The study of “color and light” has long held a fascination. Light, and the way it interacts with these colorful, abstract features is an integral part of every artistic dialogue. Initially looking for a contemporary sensibility, within which to capture his love for the brilliance of stained glass, Croteau has coined an opulent and organic style that’s infused with an amalgam of color, shine, movement, and depth.

Beneath the surface, Croteau’s work captures a more-personal, expressionist conversation. The genesis of every “visual exploration” is a conceptual destination that points the process in an aesthetic direction.

That said, Croteau does not seek to firmly control the outcome, but rather allows each piece to pragmatically evolve until it reaches its’ own peaceful conclusion… when it’s finally “at rest”… yet a more-random transformation continues-on, right until the point that the composition becomes frozen in time, forever. The artist has used this same approach, throughout his creative career, and sees it as a greater metaphor for the unscripted, worry-free way in which he, ultimately, aspires to lead his life. The ideas of imperfection, transformation and chance are central to his work.

In recent months, Croteau has turned his textile signature and his artistic attentions upon organic sculpture. His first series, entitled “Banyan”, will soon be ready for exhibition.

Croteau received his formal training at New York’s renowned Fashion Institute of Technology and remained in New York for most of his fashion career, creating for such luxury houses as Saks Fifth Avenue, Piero Dimitri Couture, Paul Stuart and Alexander Julian, before relocating to Metropolitan Miami. His frequent research travel, throughout Europe, Asia and South America has yielded a well-informed creative base of aesthetics upon which to draw.

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Gregg Emery New Day
The works and the world of Gregg Emery are inherently imperfect: purposefully paradoxical marriages between simplicity and complexity, clarity and confusion. Emery uses each of his works to complicate his two recurring forms: the circle and the rectangle. He uses sheer physicality to drag his paint into these two shapes, allowing the colors and individual marks of each bristle to interact with one another on his muslin base in ways that are both entirely intentional, yet also left slightly to chance. Each of Emery’s pieces contains a unique, yet often limited, color palette, often inspired by unexpected sources. Derived from his everyday life, a movie scene, sunset, food or even a rusted dumpster. Through his powerful color selections and movements, Emery awakens something primal within his viewers. He triggers associations both intended and unexpected, allowing the viewer to continuously enjoy the works with their own, ever-evolving interpretations. His own inspirations combine western mystical experiences with his Quaker grandmother and a long-time study of and within Eastern cultures, particularly Zen traditions and the Gutai Movement in Japan. The past few years have been particularly strong for Emery as he has received critical acclaim for his exhibits around the globe. From Brussels to Beijing and back again. In 2017, Emery was commissioned and completed an 8,000 sq ft mural around a pool on Roosevelt Island that was featured in Time Out NY, the Gothamist, and was listed by The New York Post as one of the top instragrammable places of the summer. He was selected to exhibit in the 10th Annual Governors Island Art Fair, dubbed by the New York Times as the Art Fair of the 99%. From there it was off to Brussels and the Cube Art Fair, where Emery’s paintings could be viewed alongside the work of Chuck Close and other American greats. His paintings were featured during Art Basel in 2019 and 2021 and were also shown in Art New York at Pier 94. They appeared prominently in Season 2 of the widely acclaimed TV Show, ‘The Last O.G.’ 2021 has been the most exciting year yet as Emery’s work appeared on a billboard in Times Square, was featured in galleries in Chicago, New York, Miami, and Connecticut and he has created a collection of NFTs which was featured in the Financial Times.

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Gregg Emery Absentia
The works and the world of Gregg Emery are inherently imperfect: purposefully paradoxical marriages between simplicity and complexity, clarity and confusion. Emery uses each of his works to complicate his two recurring forms: the circle and the rectangle. He uses sheer physicality to drag his paint into these two shapes, allowing the colors and individual marks of each bristle to interact with one another on his muslin base in ways that are both entirely intentional, yet also left slightly to chance. Each of Emery’s pieces contains a unique, yet often limited, color palette, often inspired by unexpected sources. Derived from his everyday life, a movie scene, sunset, food or even a rusted dumpster. Through his powerful color selections and movements, Emery awakens something primal within his viewers. He triggers associations both intended and unexpected, allowing the viewer to continuously enjoy the works with their own, ever-evolving interpretations. His own inspirations combine western mystical experiences with his Quaker grandmother and a long-time study of and within Eastern cultures, particularly Zen traditions and the Gutai Movement in Japan. The past few years have been particularly strong for Emery as he has received critical acclaim for his exhibits around the globe. From Brussels to Beijing and back again. In 2017, Emery was commissioned and completed an 8,000 sq ft mural around a pool on Roosevelt Island that was featured in Time Out NY, the Gothamist, and was listed by The New York Post as one of the top instragrammable places of the summer. He was selected to exhibit in the 10th Annual Governors Island Art Fair, dubbed by the New York Times as the Art Fair of the 99%. From there it was off to Brussels and the Cube Art Fair, where Emery’s paintings could be viewed alongside the work of Chuck Close and other American greats. His paintings were featured during Art Basel in 2019 and 2021 and were also shown in Art New York at Pier 94. They appeared prominently in Season 2 of the widely acclaimed TV Show, ‘The Last O.G.’ 2021 has been the most exciting year yet as Emery’s work appeared on a billboard in Times Square, was featured in galleries in Chicago, New York, Miami, and Connecticut and he has created a collection of NFTs which was featured in the Financial Times.

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Michele Utley-Voigt Out of the Closet
Michele A. Utley-Voigt from California, lives and works between Connecticut and New York City. Michele studied at The Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, Los Angeles, CA, at Parsons School of Design, Paris, France, has a Bachelor in Pre Law/Political Science, California State University, Los Angeles, CA and in Women’s History at Glendale College. Through complex layers of images Michele examines, embraces and extracts humanity’s inner magnificence. One of her celebrated paintings has a woman soaring, rising, flying, frolicking and ascending at any stage or event in her life, or in another Artwork that is round as our World, its characters call to goodness, kindness and beauty to exalt the real best side of human nature, the respect with which a child must be treated, stopping bullying, harassing or cruelty. Recently Michele has added bright colors to her paintings that vividly stand out as a Geometric complement to her unique works.
Michele had said about her Art and inspiration: “I worked in oils since early life… The cause for which I create is my acute foresight and sense of the interconnectedness of all elements of all time. The dialogue I consign includes all elements past and present, their atmosphere and their energy collective interacting with one another. I paint to deliver a vision that others have not seen, what is seen and unseen, beauty after tragedy, existence pictorially fragmented, as the energy and emotion around each being. I engage, evolve and cultivate these works until the moment does arise that I produce them. I recognize the progression in color, form, material, and shape… Current events are capable of influencing and altering the works. Present affairs impact the images but frequently their purpose is so interwoven with the past that they often forecast occurrences before they transpire. My works and their implications are everlasting. I paint stories of the human experience. The soul of life depicted in figures interacting within a realm of time. I carry and grow images from inside myself, until I create.”
Widely exhibited, collected and awarded in USA and abroad, Michele was recently represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA, in 2017 at Art Santa Fe, NM, in the group show Variations on the same Subjects: People, Nature and Geometry at the Art Gallery in the ArtsPark of Hollywood, FL, and at Red Dot during Art Basel Miami week. In 2017 and 2018, at Art Palm Beach and Art Boca Raton, both in Florida, and in the 2018 Pre-Art Basel Miami Week Exhibition: “ART from Our Earth, the Sea and the Sky” Art Gallery in the ArtsPark of Hollywood, FL. Michele also participated with her exquisite paintings at Scope New York and Scope Miami 2018. At Art Wynwood 2019, Contemporary Art Projects USA introduces a colorful painting by Michele A. Utley-Voigt that portrays the human experience and soul of life, depicted by figures interacting within a realm of time, to embrace humanity’s inner magnificence in a call to goodness, kindness and beauty, to exalt the real best side of human nature.
Created during the Pandemic, it has never been physically exhibited.

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Robin Cerutti Alice
Robin Cerutti has followed a rather unique career path; besides being a very talented photographer, he holds a PHD in Microelectronics. In 2006, while working for IBM in New York, his artwork emerged, and it began to be recognized and requested in the art/fashion scene.
While living in New York, he exhibited first his work at “Collective Gallery 173-171” in Chinatown at the benefits of the American-Italian Cancer Foundation, organized by Damiani and Kiton. He then signed the exhibition “She’s an Astronomer”, a portrait series of women in astronomy that was intended to motivate young women to get involved in science. It was shown first in Zocalo, in the heart of downtown Mexico City, then in the Museo de la Luz and in several schools.
In 2012, he designed a Pop Post-Modernist collection, featured by many digital art platforms to mark the closing of the Tom Wesselman exhibit at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. His photographs have been exhibited at the Chromatic Festival in Montreal (2012 to 2014) and in Paris (2015). In 2015, Cerutti has been invited by Montreal Creative to display his work in the studio of ARTV. He then joined the MX Gallery team.
Since then, he has been exhibiting his work internationally, from Florida in 2016 (Las Olas Fine Art) to Paris, where he joined the Marciano Gallery.
In 2017, he exhibited his new series entitled Presence at the Cube Art Fair, a Belgium fair that features 30 North American artists. He has then exhibited his serie Presence in Paris at Marciano’s Art Avantage Gallery and later in 2018 in a group show names ‘Embody’ at Vivendi Gallery (Paris).
Furthermore, within the last few years, Robin has participated twice in cinema, adapting his concept of staging dreamy visual scenes in the movies of French director Louis-Julien Petit: Carole Mathieu, 2016, starring Isabelle Adjani, and Les Invisibles, 2018. He also directed a couple of creative music videos.
His work has been featured in many blogs and magazines, such as: Museum ArtTV, Les Couleurs Miami Beach Magazine, Artsy Editorial, Fubiz, PetaPixel, My Modern Net, American Photography Artist, Photography Served, Claudia Magazine, ..




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Robin Cerutti Gaele -2
Robin Cerutti has followed a rather unique career path; besides being a very talented photographer, he holds a PHD in Microelectronics. In 2006, while working for IBM in New York, his artwork emerged, and it began to be recognized and requested in the art/fashion scene.
While living in New York, he exhibited first his work at “Collective Gallery 173-171” in Chinatown at the benefits of the American-Italian Cancer Foundation, organized by Damiani and Kiton. He then signed the exhibition “She’s an Astronomer”, a portrait series of women in astronomy that was intended to motivate young women to get involved in science. It was shown first in Zocalo, in the heart of downtown Mexico City, then in the Museo de la Luz and in several schools.
In 2012, he designed a Pop Post-Modernist collection, featured by many digital art platforms to mark the closing of the Tom Wesselman exhibit at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. His photographs have been exhibited at the Chromatic Festival in Montreal (2012 to 2014) and in Paris (2015). In 2015, Cerutti has been invited by Montreal Creative to display his work in the studio of ARTV. He then joined the MX Gallery team.
Since then, he has been exhibiting his work internationally, from Florida in 2016 (Las Olas Fine Art) to Paris, where he joined the Marciano Gallery.
In 2017, he exhibited his new series entitled Presence at the Cube Art Fair, a Belgium fair that features 30 North American artists. He has then exhibited his serie Presence in Paris at Marciano’s Art Avantage Gallery and later in 2018 in a group show names ‘Embody’ at Vivendi Gallery (Paris).
Furthermore, within the last few years, Robin has participated twice in cinema, adapting his concept of staging dreamy visual scenes in the movies of French director Louis-Julien Petit: Carole Mathieu, 2016, starring Isabelle Adjani, and Les Invisibles, 2018. He also directed a couple of creative music videos.
His work has been featured in many blogs and magazines, such as: Museum ArtTV, Les Couleurs Miami Beach Magazine, Artsy Editorial, Fubiz, PetaPixel, My Modern Net, American Photography Artist, Photography Served, Claudia Magazine, ..




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Ben Vanderick Marilyn. 14 Shades of Gray
Ben has been practicing his art for twenty years. Day after day, his work has been defined, refined, taking a very particular direction... Interpreting his subjects in 14 shades of gray, his style is unique and captivating.

In the genesis, Ben Vanderick turns to the abstract, the essential, seeking there the representation of feelings. Painting as an outlet, as a field of discovery to get out of reality that is sometimes too present. His path then changes direction to explore hyperrealism and figuration, the encounter with humans, with what they reveal with a simple glance.

He will then find his unique prism, his often sensual angle of view, his style mixing this hyperrealism with falsely coarse pointillism thanks to his very particular imprint, which he will develop over time. Ben immerses himself in looks, seeks emotions, making his subject unique and iconic. From a photograph, and thanks to his technique with 14 shades of gray, his interpretation frees the portrait. Suddenly a form of movement appears, the image comes alive, it comes to life. All you have to do is live this experience: get as close as possible to one of his paintings, select a small area of ​​it, try to guess what it represents, to understand the detail... The exercise is complicated, if not impossible. As you step back, the story will unfold, the subject, the situation, will appear almost by magic, with a hyper realistic intensity. Here is his secret, to make the frozen moving, to untie it, to bring an image back to life and to extract an almost palpable sensuality from it.

Ben, about reality: “Imagine, an accident occurs, 14 witnesses are on the spot. Each of them explaining to you a different version of the same scene... I find it fascinating!!! My 14 shades of gray are also perceived in different ways at each glance and yet, physically, it is indeed one and the same canvas. Nothing is therefore black or white, nothing is true, nothing is totally false, everything is just shades of grey. »

Ben's paintings offer a moving experience, just like that of life finally... Instinctively, his eye is attracted by the singularity, by the authenticity, by the subtlety or even by the sensitivity of a look.
Presented at numerous fairs and popular places around the world such as Art Basel – Scope Miami, Basel, Scope New York, AAF New York, AAF Brussel, Ben's work is now part of collections deprived of many anonymous but also famous personalities such as SIR Elton John, Raphael Nadal, Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Anthony Joshua, Marouane Fellaini and many others.
His global vision of the universe and its power to make us what we are or want to be, motivates Ben to try in turn to send back, as recognition, a part of himself to those he could help. . This is why he participates in many foundations. His canvases are snapped up at auction so that the profits can, in turn, serve an important human cause. Some of these Foundations, such as the Papillon Foundation, the Samira Foundation or the Amade Foundation, have been able to raise substantial funds following a surge in auction prices.
Ben's news is rich in twists and turns, the requests are numerous, reflecting the attraction of the public and connoisseurs for his complex and unique work. Many people have sought to understand, to decomplexify his universe, but it is clear that each time the painter's paintings appear, the eyes freeze in the canvas and time stops for a moment in front of the shamelessness of the captured moment. He then brings us into his universe which he reveals, through the 14 shades of acrylic liquid...

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Ben Vanderick Elton Jones. 14 Shades of Gray
Ben has been practicing his art for twenty years. Day after day, his work has been defined, refined, taking a very particular direction... Interpreting his subjects in 14 shades of gray, his style is unique and captivating.
In the genesis, Ben Vanderick turns to the abstract, the essential, seeking there the representation of feelings. Painting as an outlet, as a field of discovery to get out of reality that is sometimes too present. His path then changes direction to explore hyperrealism and figuration, the encounter with humans, with what they reveal with a simple glance.
He will then find his unique prism, his often sensual angle of view, his style mixing this hyperrealism with falsely coarse pointillism thanks to his very particular imprint, which he will develop over time. Ben immerses himself in looks, seeks emotions, making his subject unique and iconic. From a photograph, and thanks to his technique with 14 shades of gray, his interpretation frees the portrait. Suddenly a form of movement appears, the image comes alive, it comes to life. All you have to do is live this experience: get as close as possible to one of his paintings, select a small area of ​​it, try to guess what it represents, to understand the detail... The exercise is complicated, if not impossible. As you step back, the story will unfold, the subject, the situation, will appear almost by magic, with a hyper realistic intensity. Here is his secret, to make the frozen moving, to untie it, to bring an image back to life and to extract an almost palpable sensuality from it.
Ben, about reality: “Imagine, an accident occurs, 14 witnesses are on the spot. Each of them explaining to you a different version of the same scene... I find it fascinating!!! My 14 shades of gray are also perceived in different ways at each glance and yet, physically, it is indeed one and the same canvas. Nothing is therefore black or white, nothing is true, nothing is totally false, everything is just shades of grey. »
Ben's paintings offer a moving experience, just like that of life finally... Instinctively, his eye is attracted by the singularity, by the authenticity, by the subtlety or even by the sensitivity of a look.
Presented at numerous fairs and popular places around the world such as Art Basel – Scope Miami, Basel, Scope New York, AAF New York, AAF Brussel, Ben's work is now part of collections deprived of many anonymous but also famous personalities such as SIR Elton John, Raphael Nadal, Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Anthony Joshua, Marouane Fellaini and many others.
His global vision of the universe and its power to make us what we are or want to be, motivates Ben to try in turn to send back, as recognition, a part of himself to those he could help. . This is why he participates in many foundations. His canvases are snapped up at auction so that the profits can, in turn, serve an important human cause. Some of these Foundations, such as the Papillon Foundation, the Samira Foundation or the Amade Foundation, have been able to raise substantial funds following a surge in auction prices.
Ben's news is rich in twists and turns, the requests are numerous, reflecting the attraction of the public and connoisseurs for his complex and unique work. Many people have sought to understand, to decomplexify his universe, but it is clear that each time the painter's paintings appear, the eyes freeze in the canvas and time stops for a moment in front of the shamelessness of the captured moment. He then brings us into his universe which he reveals, through the 14 shades of acrylic liquid...

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Jessica Feldman Lace
The idea of movement and the game with the viewer makes her work something unique and its form makes it vibrate, taking it to the bottom of an idea that is sometimes fragmented and sometimes complete, creating a perspective of the world in an unconventional way. The spectator is a crucial part of his work since he is the one who finishes the piece, without them the work of art would not exist.
She uses oil and mixed media including photography, mirror, acrylic, pvcklup’uñk.ñ,l and wood. Her work has been exhibited in Mexico in several instances, mentioning some such as Zona Maco, the Torre Mayor, the Jose Luis Cuevas Museum, the Bicentennial Museum, the Oaxaca Museum, the Museum of Modern Art with Living Art, the Senate of the Republic, the National Lottery, the Secretariat of Foreign Relations, Cultural Center in Luvina, Museum of the State Government of Oaxaca and in international instances in Miami at Spectrum Miami Art Basel week, New York Grimandy gallery and gateway center, California at the Latin American Museum, London Zero Gallery, Spain Asociación Cultural Mexicano Catalana , Cuba Josúe País García House of Culture and Taiwan Chan Liu Museum.
Her work is collected internationally and includes Don Gabriel García Márquez and the Latin American Museum in Barcelona.
She has received awards such as 2017 Jose Luis Cuevas Museum for painting, 2019 ATIM in New york received at the MAD museum and 2021 Finalist Art Taipei.
Member of SOMA patronage since 2019.

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Jessica Feldman Pretty Me?
The idea of movement and the game with the viewer makes her work something unique and its form makes it vibrate, taking it to the bottom of an idea that is sometimes fragmented and sometimes complete, creating a perspective of the world in an unconventional way. The spectator is a crucial part of his work since he is the one who finishes the piece, without them the work of art would not exist.
She uses oil and mixed media including photography, mirror, acrylic, pvcklup’uñk.ñ,l and wood. Her work has been exhibited in Mexico in several instances, mentioning some such as Zona Maco, the Torre Mayor, the Jose Luis Cuevas Museum, the Bicentennial Museum, the Oaxaca Museum, the Museum of Modern Art with Living Art, the Senate of the Republic, the National Lottery, the Secretariat of Foreign Relations, Cultural Center in Luvina, Museum of the State Government of Oaxaca and in international instances in Miami at Spectrum Miami Art Basel week, New York Grimandy gallery and gateway center, California at the Latin American Museum, London Zero Gallery, Spain Asociación Cultural Mexicano Catalana , Cuba Josúe País García House of Culture and Taiwan Chan Liu Museum.
Her work is collected internationally and includes Don Gabriel García Márquez and the Latin American Museum in Barcelona.
She has received awards such as 2017 Jose Luis Cuevas Museum for painting, 2019 ATIM in New york received at the MAD museum and 2021 Finalist Art Taipei.
Member of SOMA patronage since 2019.

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Jessica Feldman Confused
The idea of movement and the game with the viewer makes her work something unique and its form makes it vibrate, taking it to the bottom of an idea that is sometimes fragmented and sometimes complete, creating a perspective of the world in an unconventional way. The spectator is a crucial part of his work since he is the one who finishes the piece, without them the work of art would not exist.
She uses oil and mixed media including photography, mirror, acrylic, pvcklup’uñk.ñ,l and wood. Her work has been exhibited in Mexico in several instances, mentioning some such as Zona Maco, the Torre Mayor, the Jose Luis Cuevas Museum, the Bicentennial Museum, the Oaxaca Museum, the Museum of Modern Art with Living Art, the Senate of the Republic, the National Lottery, the Secretariat of Foreign Relations, Cultural Center in Luvina, Museum of the State Government of Oaxaca and in international instances in Miami at Spectrum Miami Art Basel week, New York Grimandy gallery and gateway center, California at the Latin American Museum, London Zero Gallery, Spain Asociación Cultural Mexicano Catalana , Cuba Josúe País García House of Culture and Taiwan Chan Liu Museum.
Her work is collected internationally and includes Don Gabriel García Márquez and the Latin American Museum in Barcelona.
She has received awards such as 2017 Jose Luis Cuevas Museum for painting, 2019 ATIM in New york received at the MAD museum and 2021 Finalist Art Taipei.
Member of SOMA patronage since 2019.

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Jessica Feldman Entangled
The idea of movement and the game with the viewer makes her work something unique and its form makes it vibrate, taking it to the bottom of an idea that is sometimes fragmented and sometimes complete, creating a perspective of the world in an unconventional way. The spectator is a crucial part of his work since he is the one who finishes the piece, without them the work of art would not exist.
She uses oil and mixed media including photography, mirror, acrylic, pvcklup’uñk.ñ,l and wood. Her work has been exhibited in Mexico in several instances, mentioning some such as Zona Maco, the Torre Mayor, the Jose Luis Cuevas Museum, the Bicentennial Museum, the Oaxaca Museum, the Museum of Modern Art with Living Art, the Senate of the Republic, the National Lottery, the Secretariat of Foreign Relations, Cultural Center in Luvina, Museum of the State Government of Oaxaca and in international instances in Miami at Spectrum Miami Art Basel week, New York Grimandy gallery and gateway center, California at the Latin American Museum, London Zero Gallery, Spain Asociación Cultural Mexicano Catalana , Cuba Josúe País García House of Culture and Taiwan Chan Liu Museum.
Her work is collected internationally and includes Don Gabriel García Márquez and the Latin American Museum in Barcelona.
She has received awards such as 2017 Jose Luis Cuevas Museum for painting, 2019 ATIM in New york received at the MAD museum and 2021 Finalist Art Taipei.
Member of SOMA patronage since 2019.

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About the Artist

71" x 39.37"
Mixed Media, Plaster with Pigments on Recycled Material, 15 years.

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71" x 43.3"
Mixed Media. Plaster with Pigments on Recycled Material, 15 years
Woman Empowerment as a concept, which is characterized by a move away from a deficit-oriented towards a more strength-oriented perception, can increasingly be found in management concepts, as well as in the areas of continuing education and self-help. Embrace your power and the whole world will change.

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Size: 71" x 44"
Media: Plaster with Pigments on recycled material (old studio table), 15 layers
Florence Biennale Winner 2021
Womanpower is the theme of the portraits which they are from different ethnic background.
Series: Diversity

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Mixed Media and Resin
8' x 11' x 3'

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Mixed Media and Resin
8" x 11" x 3"

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10" x 10" x 3"
Mixed Media and Resin

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Mixed Media and Resin
10" x 10" x 3"

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24" x 34" x 20"
Media: Aluminum Sculpture
Year: 2021

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Size: 62" x 50"
Media: Mixed Media. Collage on Wood made of cut photographic paper, resin and acrylic painting.

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Size: 74" x 50"
Media: Mixed Media. Collage on Wood made of cut photographic paper, resin and acrylic painting.


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Size: 36" x 43"
Media: Mixed Media on Plexiglas

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Size: 36" x 43"
Media: Mixed Media on Plexiglas

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Size: 48" Diameter
Media: Chroma luxe Print on Metal
3/3 1AP
My work is an attempt to capture the feelings associated with life, memory, time, and space. If I were to create a term to describe my style it would be something along the lines of intuitive emotional impressionism or expressionism. I tend to follow my emotions rather than a rigid plan both while I photograph and in post-production. I get inspired by what I see and what I imagine and allow my emotions to guide me. In many ways my images are more about how I feel than what I see.

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Size: 48" Diameter
Media: Chroma luxe Print on Metal
3/3 1 AP
Clouds have the ability to transport you back to the simplicity of youth when your imagination could shape your perceptions of the world. Like memories they form memorable shapes and experiences and then shift into something different and forgotten. Sometimes they block out the sun leaving us depressed and lonely, and other times they paint the sky with sunset hues bringing us together in a hope for tomorrow. No matter where you are in the world, clouds float above shaping your day and the world around you. Like all of us they form unique shapes that shift and transform with the passing of time. They dissolve into the earth and then rise again a new.

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Size: 28" x 28"
Media: Print on Aluminum Paper
Series Olympics. Unique Edition
The Artist creates a wider vision of man and machine. In an extended re-conception of the topic, she reflects on the power of science and its progress.

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Size: 28" x 28"
Media: Printed on Aluminum Paper, mounted in a Led Light Box
It will be exhibited as an installation of 4 pieces
The Artist creates a wider vision of man and machine. In an extended re-conception of the topic, she reflects on the power of science and its progress.

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Size: 28" x 28"
Media: Print on Aluminum Paper, Mounted In a Led Light Box
It will be exhibited as an installation of 4 pieces.
The Artist creates a wider vision of man and machine. In an extended re-conception of the topic, she reflects on the power of science and its progress.

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Size: 28" x 28"
Media: Print on Aluminum Paper, Mounted on Led Light Box
It will be exhibited as an installation of 4 pieces.
The Artist creates a wider vision of man and machine. In an extended re-conception of the topic, she reflects on the power of science and its progress.

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Media: Mixed Media, acrylic, laser cut
Size: 17.5" x16" x16”
Year: 2022
Sculpture cube, developed through a manifold made with 3/8 acrylic sheets. Each layer has a geometric structure cut in laser embedded in a calibrated 11/2 "acrylic base. The composition together creates a three-dimensional box of a sphere with different perspectives of optical illusion and movement, the incidence of light on the piece allows the figure to float in space.

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Media: Mixed Media, acrylic, laser cut
Size: 17.5x16x16”
Year: 2022
Sculpture cube, developed through a manifold made with 3/8 acrylic sheets. Each layer has a geometric structure cut in laser embedded in a calibrated 11/2 "acrylic base. The composition together creates a three-dimensional box of a sphere with different perspectives of optical illusion and movement, the incidence of light on the piece allows the figure to float in space.


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Size: 81" x 54"
Media: Mixed Media on Canvas
Series: Dreamers Living for Today (Soñadores Viviendo para Hoy)
It tells about all the dreamers gathered, searching and building their dreams day by day.

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18.5" x 10" x 6"
Plexiglass with Led Light

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Size: 81" x 54"
Media: Mixed Media on Canvas
Series: Dreamers Living for Today (Soñadores Viviendo para Hoy)
It tells about all the dreamers gathered, searching and building their dreams day by day.

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Size: 49" x 62"
Media: Oil on Canvas.
Blurring the Boundaries between Sculpture and Painting, monumental and delicate. Casa Mia done in Oil on Canvas represents the feeling of the city, the dark , the beautiful, the other wordly.
"There's something about arriving in new cities, wandering empty streets with no destination. I will never lose the love for the arriving, but I'm born to leave."

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Size: 40" x 60"
Media: Print on Metallic Paper and Encapsulated on Plexiglas
1/2 Artist Proof
Fragmental Technique. This artwork is composed of photos of Picasso's Artwork thru his lifetime. The images used are public domain thru purchasing.

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Size: 60" x 40"
Media: Print on Metallic Paper and Encapsulated on Plexiglas
Fragmental Technique. This artwork is composed of photos of Marilyn thru her lifetime.

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Media: Mirror, Old Map, LED Light. Pink
Size: 43" x 43"
The Piece will be part of an installation of 4 pieces.
They can be sold individual or as an installation

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Alejandro Rauhut, born in Bogotá, Colombia, resides and has his Art studio there. Education: 2002, Industrial Design, Universidad de los Andes and 2004, Graphic Design, Universidad La Salle College. Rauhut says about his Series EXCLUSIONS: "These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. The cities are Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai."
As an Art Curator, I see Alejandro Rauhut developing a new unique style in Visual Art. He connects two Art concepts, Installation and Creation, managed by his excellent talent and skills to become exclusive Artworks that attract and please viewers with their intriguing and surprising changing looks. I point two relevant issues: 1st, Artists contact human minds through their work, theirs and the ones of viewers. 2nd, Abstract Art has endless evolutions, new meanings and presentation ways. Abstraction Master, Wassily Kandinsky, 1866-1944, Bauhaus school of Art artist and teacher, told: "Sensibility will always remain as the last instance." Op Art Master, Victor Vasarely, 1906-1997, said: "Every form is a base for color, every color is the attribute of a form. It is the original idea that is unique, not the object itself." Then, I say that Alejandro Rauhut creates in his exquisite Art simultaneous experiences merging effects of color, light, form, App technology and city maps urban symbols, leading viewers to reach sudden sensations, intimate thoughts or feelings, transcending object and theme description. Not presenting a literal picture of the observable world, he expresses ideas by his novel and simplified forms, re-inventing movement and volume. His Artworks communicate his love for uniqueness, cities and colors. Alejandro Rauhut Art represents a Renaissance for this era, an influential perdurable statement for his time and generations to come. A discourse of betterment by his Art new techniques, shapes and materials, in addition of a novel way to treat common elements and themes transforming them in an inimitable concept. His Artworks also relate with Nature, as they show a great light, connect through their color and movement with human action and each land expanding trough the framed square transparent glass boxes with a diverse geometric form, make every city different, but all illuminated by a bright Sun. Made of black and one color only they gratefully project their lights to the world existing around. Alejandro Rauhut states: "Although at first glance my work may seem a bit eclectic, the experimentation with lights, shadows, reflections, projections and sacred geometry predominates in all my series. Influenced by the oriental culture, my central theme is always the self, divinity and inner search."
Exhibitions: 2021 Community 1.0 and Capas del Ser, RAUM, Bogotá, Colombia; 2020 Subasta Subastarte and Con Intención, Estudio 74, Bogotá, Colombia; 2019 In House, Galería Elvira Moreno, Bogotá, Colombia; 2018 En la Mira II, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 ARTE FACTOS, Joseph Turenne Galerie, París, France; 2014 Auction FUNDACIÓN VOLVER, Bogotá, Colombia; 2013 MOA Opening, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. Art Fairs: 2022 Art Palm Beach and 2021 Art Basel Miami Week, Contemporary Art Projects USA. 2020 ARTLIMA, Galería Elvira Moreno, Lima, Perú. 2019 SCOPE, Galería Elvira Moreno, Miami, USA. 2019-2018-2017 ARTBO, PLECTO Galería, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 MAG-SWISS, Montreux, Switzerland. 2016-2015 BURO and Artesanías de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.


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Media: Mirror, Old Map, LED Light. Green
Size: 43" x 43"
The Piece will be part of an installation of 4 pieces.
They can be sold individual or as an installation

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Alejandro Rauhut, born in Bogotá, Colombia, resides and has his Art studio there. Education: 2002, Industrial Design, Universidad de los Andes and 2004, Graphic Design, Universidad La Salle College. Rauhut says about his Series EXCLUSIONS: "These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. The cities are Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai."
As an Art Curator, I see Alejandro Rauhut developing a new unique style in Visual Art. He connects two Art concepts, Installation and Creation, managed by his excellent talent and skills to become exclusive Artworks that attract and please viewers with their intriguing and surprising changing looks. I point two relevant issues: 1st, Artists contact human minds through their work, theirs and the ones of viewers. 2nd, Abstract Art has endless evolutions, new meanings and presentation ways. Abstraction Master, Wassily Kandinsky, 1866-1944, Bauhaus school of Art artist and teacher, told: "Sensibility will always remain as the last instance." Op Art Master, Victor Vasarely, 1906-1997, said: "Every form is a base for color, every color is the attribute of a form. It is the original idea that is unique, not the object itself." Then, I say that Alejandro Rauhut creates in his exquisite Art simultaneous experiences merging effects of color, light, form, App technology and city maps urban symbols, leading viewers to reach sudden sensations, intimate thoughts or feelings, transcending object and theme description. Not presenting a literal picture of the observable world, he expresses ideas by his novel and simplified forms, re-inventing movement and volume. His Artworks communicate his love for uniqueness, cities and colors. Alejandro Rauhut Art represents a Renaissance for this era, an influential perdurable statement for his time and generations to come. A discourse of betterment by his Art new techniques, shapes and materials, in addition of a novel way to treat common elements and themes transforming them in an inimitable concept. His Artworks also relate with Nature, as they show a great light, connect through their color and movement with human action and each land expanding trough the framed square transparent glass boxes with a diverse geometric form, make every city different, but all illuminated by a bright Sun. Made of black and one color only they gratefully project their lights to the world existing around. Alejandro Rauhut states: "Although at first glance my work may seem a bit eclectic, the experimentation with lights, shadows, reflections, projections and sacred geometry predominates in all my series. Influenced by the oriental culture, my central theme is always the self, divinity and inner search."
Exhibitions: 2021 Community 1.0 and Capas del Ser, RAUM, Bogotá, Colombia; 2020 Subasta Subastarte and Con Intención, Estudio 74, Bogotá, Colombia; 2019 In House, Galería Elvira Moreno, Bogotá, Colombia; 2018 En la Mira II, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 ARTE FACTOS, Joseph Turenne Galerie, París, France; 2014 Auction FUNDACIÓN VOLVER, Bogotá, Colombia; 2013 MOA Opening, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. Art Fairs: 2022 Art Palm Beach and 2021 Art Basel Miami Week, Contemporary Art Projects USA. 2020 ARTLIMA, Galería Elvira Moreno, Lima, Perú. 2019 SCOPE, Galería Elvira Moreno, Miami, USA. 2019-2018-2017 ARTBO, PLECTO Galería, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 MAG-SWISS, Montreux, Switzerland. 2016-2015 BURO and Artesanías de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.


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Media: Mirror, old map, LED light. Yellow
Size: 43x43 in
The Piece will be part of an installation of 4 pieces.
They can be sold individual or as an installation

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Alejandro Rauhut, born in Bogotá, Colombia, resides and has his Art studio there. Education: 2002, Industrial Design, Universidad de los Andes and 2004, Graphic Design, Universidad La Salle College. Rauhut says about his Series EXCLUSIONS: "These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. The cities are Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai."
As an Art Curator, I see Alejandro Rauhut developing a new unique style in Visual Art. He connects two Art concepts, Installation and Creation, managed by his excellent talent and skills to become exclusive Artworks that attract and please viewers with their intriguing and surprising changing looks. I point two relevant issues: 1st, Artists contact human minds through their work, theirs and the ones of viewers. 2nd, Abstract Art has endless evolutions, new meanings and presentation ways. Abstraction Master, Wassily Kandinsky, 1866-1944, Bauhaus school of Art artist and teacher, told: "Sensibility will always remain as the last instance." Op Art Master, Victor Vasarely, 1906-1997, said: "Every form is a base for color, every color is the attribute of a form. It is the original idea that is unique, not the object itself." Then, I say that Alejandro Rauhut creates in his exquisite Art simultaneous experiences merging effects of color, light, form, App technology and city maps urban symbols, leading viewers to reach sudden sensations, intimate thoughts or feelings, transcending object and theme description. Not presenting a literal picture of the observable world, he expresses ideas by his novel and simplified forms, re-inventing movement and volume. His Artworks communicate his love for uniqueness, cities and colors. Alejandro Rauhut Art represents a Renaissance for this era, an influential perdurable statement for his time and generations to come. A discourse of betterment by his Art new techniques, shapes and materials, in addition of a novel way to treat common elements and themes transforming them in an inimitable concept. His Artworks also relate with Nature, as they show a great light, connect through their color and movement with human action and each land expanding trough the framed square transparent glass boxes with a diverse geometric form, make every city different, but all illuminated by a bright Sun. Made of black and one color only they gratefully project their lights to the world existing around. Alejandro Rauhut states: "Although at first glance my work may seem a bit eclectic, the experimentation with lights, shadows, reflections, projections and sacred geometry predominates in all my series. Influenced by the oriental culture, my central theme is always the self, divinity and inner search."
Exhibitions: 2021 Community 1.0 and Capas del Ser, RAUM, Bogotá, Colombia; 2020 Subasta Subastarte and Con Intención, Estudio 74, Bogotá, Colombia; 2019 In House, Galería Elvira Moreno, Bogotá, Colombia; 2018 En la Mira II, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 ARTE FACTOS, Joseph Turenne Galerie, París, France; 2014 Auction FUNDACIÓN VOLVER, Bogotá, Colombia; 2013 MOA Opening, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. Art Fairs: 2022 Art Palm Beach and 2021 Art Basel Miami Week, Contemporary Art Projects USA. 2020 ARTLIMA, Galería Elvira Moreno, Lima, Perú. 2019 SCOPE, Galería Elvira Moreno, Miami, USA. 2019-2018-2017 ARTBO, PLECTO Galería, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 MAG-SWISS, Montreux, Switzerland. 2016-2015 BURO and Artesanías de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.


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Media: Mirror, Old Map, LED Light. Light Blue.
Size: 43" x 43"
The Piece will be part of an installation of 4 pieces.
They can be sold individual or as an installation.

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Alejandro Rauhut, born in Bogotá, Colombia, resides and has his Art studio there. Education: 2002, Industrial Design, Universidad de los Andes and 2004, Graphic Design, Universidad La Salle College. Rauhut says about his Series EXCLUSIONS: "These mirrors intervened with maps of different cities dating from around 1800 are a call towards gratitude. These pieces that depending on the light generate different nuances are light boxes where the geometric figure can be turned on and off generating different sensations depending on its state and environment. This makes them not only contemplative but interactive with the viewer since the reflection is a big part of the artwork. This series consists of 8 maps of different cities, each with a different color and geometric figure that represents a wake-up call to gratitude. The cities are Berlin, London, Madrid, Moscow, New York, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai."
As an Art Curator, I see Alejandro Rauhut developing a new unique style in Visual Art. He connects two Art concepts, Installation and Creation, managed by his excellent talent and skills to become exclusive Artworks that attract and please viewers with their intriguing and surprising changing looks. I point two relevant issues: 1st, Artists contact human minds through their work, theirs and the ones of viewers. 2nd, Abstract Art has endless evolutions, new meanings and presentation ways. Abstraction Master, Wassily Kandinsky, 1866-1944, Bauhaus school of Art artist and teacher, told: "Sensibility will always remain as the last instance." Op Art Master, Victor Vasarely, 1906-1997, said: "Every form is a base for color, every color is the attribute of a form. It is the original idea that is unique, not the object itself." Then, I say that Alejandro Rauhut creates in his exquisite Art simultaneous experiences merging effects of color, light, form, App technology and city maps urban symbols, leading viewers to reach sudden sensations, intimate thoughts or feelings, transcending object and theme description. Not presenting a literal picture of the observable world, he expresses ideas by his novel and simplified forms, re-inventing movement and volume. His Artworks communicate his love for uniqueness, cities and colors. Alejandro Rauhut Art represents a Renaissance for this era, an influential perdurable statement for his time and generations to come. A discourse of betterment by his Art new techniques, shapes and materials, in addition of a novel way to treat common elements and themes transforming them in an inimitable concept. His Artworks also relate with Nature, as they show a great light, connect through their color and movement with human action and each land expanding trough the framed square transparent glass boxes with a diverse geometric form, make every city different, but all illuminated by a bright Sun. Made of black and one color only they gratefully project their lights to the world existing around. Alejandro Rauhut states: "Although at first glance my work may seem a bit eclectic, the experimentation with lights, shadows, reflections, projections and sacred geometry predominates in all my series. Influenced by the oriental culture, my central theme is always the self, divinity and inner search."
Exhibitions: 2021 Community 1.0 and Capas del Ser, RAUM, Bogotá, Colombia; 2020 Subasta Subastarte and Con Intención, Estudio 74, Bogotá, Colombia; 2019 In House, Galería Elvira Moreno, Bogotá, Colombia; 2018 En la Mira II, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 ARTE FACTOS, Joseph Turenne Galerie, París, France; 2014 Auction FUNDACIÓN VOLVER, Bogotá, Colombia; 2013 MOA Opening, Galería La Cometa, Bogotá, Colombia. Art Fairs: 2022 Art Palm Beach and 2021 Art Basel Miami Week, Contemporary Art Projects USA. 2020 ARTLIMA, Galería Elvira Moreno, Lima, Perú. 2019 SCOPE, Galería Elvira Moreno, Miami, USA. 2019-2018-2017 ARTBO, PLECTO Galería, Bogotá, Colombia. 2017 MAG-SWISS, Montreux, Switzerland. 2016-2015 BURO and Artesanías de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.


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Size: 47.5" x 31.5"
Media: Chromogenic Print, Mounted on an Aluminum Frame and Finished with Certified Liquid Gloss.
Edition Size: 7 + 3AP
In conceptualizing these images, I let my mind wander back to my past. This journey took me back to my roots, back to Antwerp. Having been part of the Netherlands for a long time, Antwerp became a leading center of luxury goods and crafts. The iconic style of pottery, Delft Blue, found its roots in Antwerp as well.
Inspired by the iconic pottery and its origin, the concept behind Kiss of Delft took shape. The iconic Delft Blue was a luxury product introduced when the Dutch Golden Age was in full swing. I wanted to portray the female body as a canvas for luxury and indulgence.
Kiss of Delft & Delft Renaissance show a woman being slowly transformed into Dutch pottery, as if she had received the kiss of Delft. It symbolizes her slowly being consumed and losing her true identity to the pure luxury that is consuming her.

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Size: 44.8" x 44.8" x 8.6"
Media: Polyvinyl UV. CNC Cut
Series Moving Lines

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Size: 17.75" x 18" x 2" each piece. Installation of 8 pieces.
(It can be sold separated)
Media: Resin, Metal and Acrylic Pigments with Sublimation Printing.


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Size: 52" x 60"
The artwork was created to be horizontal or vertical position.
Media: Acrylic on Muslim
Year: 2022
Inspired by a powerful line from Nina Simone's, 'Feeling Good' this painting is about powerful moments, power in simplicity and about moving forward even when it feels like you can't even get out of bed. With so much trying to weigh us down it is also a moment to meditate, pay attention to the beautiful connections we all have with one another and this world and to move. Movement & meditation have been my focus for much of my painting career and I hope you enjoy this latest piece created in my New York City studio.


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Size: 60" x 60"
Media: Acrylic on Muslin
'absentia' or absence is for me multi-layered and references both physical & emotional presence as well as absence. Being fully present in a space and time is considered increasingly difficult and it is my hope that these meditative moments in paint help to regard our place, our connections within and beyond ourselves. It is also a memorial in a way to the palpable feeling of loss, how an empty space can feel tangible when no longer occupied by people or even objects that were so integral to our own existence. The final physical painting features water, which I often use as a form of eraser and it also removes my control over aspects of the process. The light from Governor's Island shines through parts of the image and reminds me of the beautiful day it was created, lending a bit of hope in these trying times. ‘absentia’ and my complete first collection of NFT’s inspired by my physical paintings and collaborations is viewable on the platform, Opensea, link below.
https://opensea.io/collection/greggvemery-collection


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Size: 72" x 72" x 2"
Media: Oil on Canvas

Out of the Closet is a colorful fantasy exploring labels and the female condition. Entrapped in luxury, a closet of her own making, the heroine looks directly at the viewer, turns her back, and transcends. No shame in her situation, emerging or not, is a decision of her own making, and though she is somewhat disguised by her possessions, she is also empowered.

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Size: 60" x 40"
Media: Inkjet Print on Premium Paper 250g Mounted Under a 1/8" anti-reflective acrylics
3/4
By capturing the moment, he reveals the optical properties of water that transform matter and form new textures on the subjects photographed. Cerutti’s photos create surreal scenes, depending on the light, the nature of the water, the angle chosen; everything is transformed by the very properties of the water acting on both the subject and the environment.
Mirrors series is a collection of shots taken underwater and accented by mirrors with which he explores the light diffusion properties of the water and the impact of the oscillating waves on the photographed subject

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Size: 60" x 40"
Size: 60" x 40"
Media: Inkjet Print on Premium Paper 250g Mounted Under a 1/8" anti-reflective acrylics
3/4
By capturing the moment, he reveals the optical properties of water that transform matter and form new textures on the subjects photographed. Cerutti’s photos create surreal scenes, depending on the light, the nature of the water, the angle chosen; everything is transformed by the very properties of the water acting on both the subject and the environment.
Mirrors series is a collection of shots taken underwater and accented by mirrors with which he explores the light diffusion properties of the water and the impact of the oscillating waves on the photographed subject

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Ben's news is rich in twists and turns, the requests are numerous, reflecting the attraction of the public and connoisseurs for his complex and unique work. Many people have sought to understand, to decomplexify his universe, but it is clear that each time the painter's paintings appear, the eyes freeze in the canvas and time stops for a moment in front of the shamelessness of the captured moment. He then brings us into his universe which he reveals, through the 14 shades of acrylic liquid...
Size: 47.5 x 31.5 inches
Media: Acrylic. 14 shades of gray

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Ben's news is rich in twists and turns, the requests are numerous, reflecting the attraction of the public and connoisseurs for his complex and unique work. Many people have sought to understand, to decomplexify his universe, but it is clear that each time the painter's paintings appear, the eyes freeze in the canvas and time stops for a moment in front of the shamelessness of the captured moment. He then brings us into his universe which he reveals, through the 14 shades of acrylic liquid...
Size: 47.25 x 39.37 inches
Media: Acrylic Liquid. 14 shades of Gray

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15.74" x 15.74" x 2.36"
Direct Ink and Oil Pain on PVC Layered Flat Sheets
Series Pin Up Special Collection 2022

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15.74" x 15.74" x 2.36"
Direct Ink and Oil Paint on PVC Layered Flat Sheets
Series of Pin Up Special Collection 2022

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15.74" x 15.74" x 2"
Direct Ink and Oil Paint on PVC Layered Flat Sheets
Part of the Introspective Collection 2022

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15.74" x 15.74" x 2.36"
Direct Ink and Oil Paint on PVC Layered Flat Sheets
Part of the Introspective Collection 2022

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Direct from Artist