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Hazem Harb

Visual artist Hazem Harb’s trajectory, spanning several decades, maintains an unwavering dialogue with his symbolically charged homeland.

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Diana Orving

Diana Orving, born in 1985, is a Swedish artist renowned for her captivating textile sculptures and paintings. Her works delve into themes such as motherhood,…

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DRIFT

Dutch artists Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta founded DRIFT in 2007. With a multi-disciplinary team of 64, they work on experiential sculptures, installations and performances.

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Tanya Preminger

Known for her interventions of Land Art or Environmental Art (she founded the Green Gallery in Israel in 2007) her monumental sculpture works are scattered…

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Elmgreen & Dragset

Elmgreen & Dragset pursue questions of identity and belonging and investigate social, cultural, and political structures in their artistic practice. They are interested in the…

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Aziza Shadenova

Shadenova’s work is multidisciplinary, exploring painting, photography, moving image and installation. Similarly, the artist tackles a breadth of pertinent themes and issues in her work,…

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Jörgen Axelvall

I came forth as a photographer, an epithet I’m proud of but sometimes limits how my work is perceived. Rather I strive for an unconstrained…

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Thierry Mandon

Thierry Mandon uses video, photography, performance, and installation to express the poetic character of everyday life, making subtle transformations, where the viewer finds both tragic…

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Eduardo Basualdo

Eduardo Basualdo (b. 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a multimedia artist best known for his enigmatic large-scale sculptures that draw on literature, philosophy, psychoanalytic…

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Mirosław Maszlanko

The materials, the techniques used and the artistic declarations are directly associated with Maszlanko’s life, his background, education and the places where he once lived.…

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Brian Lau

Lau’s work is about articulating the paradox of exploring relationships with the tool of photographic evidence. His work is predicated upon the idea that in…

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Ariel Hassan

“Working on art projects stands not as an escape nor a crusade, but perhaps as a poetic lament and an attempt at translating into tangible…