William Acosta was born in 1984 in Havana (Cuba), where he currently lives and works.
Modern art | Contemporary art
Contemporary or popular culture art refers to a genre of art that incorporates elements from everyday life, such as mass media, advertising, consumer products, and current events. This type of art emerged in the mid-20th century and reflects the social and cultural changes of the time. By using the imagery and symbols of popular culture, artists can make statements about the world they live in and its values, often offering social commentary and criticism. The art can take many forms, from painting and sculpture to performance art and installations, and can be found in galleries, museums, and public spaces.
Maia Siradze was born in 1971 in Georgia, now works and lives in the Netherlands. She was drawing since her childhood.
Once an advertising art director, Jessica has amassed a collection of vintage printed ephemera which she revives in her artwork. She paints predominantly in oils but her art is rooted in collage.
Allen Bentley’s exploration of motion runs throughout his career. Even his still-lifes in college seemed to shift in place. His new series Momentum, is a study of speed and the thrill and freedom felt through driving.
Hans Walør art moves effortlessly between the bold and the simple, between stark structure and fluid motion inviting viewers to move beyond their ordinary reality.
Shane Grammer is an established modern-inspired painter, sculptor, and art director whose work spans a variety of mediums and can be seen internationally in theme parks, attractions, museums, galleries, and in private collections in the United States, South Korea, China, and Dubai.
Ion Carchelan’s career spans nearly twenty years: he is now considered one of Moldova’s premiere painters. Carchelan began his formal arts education in childhood, at the Children’s Art School in Nisporeni, Moldova.
Michal Lukasiewicz – was born in 1974 in Pulawy (Poland). Since 1995 he has lived and worked in Antwerp, Belgium for over twenty years. He is a self-taught painter and, as he admits, the work of the Benelux countries has had a strong influence on his artistic style.
Jose De la Barra was born on 6th August 1956 in Peru. He has created a dream-like world through his expressing the internal and external fantasies of his imagination with his precise talents in painting and drawing.