16 March, 2021

24 – Nico Laan

Nico Laan is well known for his works created in sand, that have as a unique feature, the game with perspective.

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9 March, 2021

23 — Roberto Benavidez

Roberto Benavidez is a sculptor specialized in the piñata form. His works explore the themes of race and sin in a subjacent way.

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23 November, 2020

22 – Margaux Rebourcet

Margaux Rebourcet is a French artist. She was discovered during France’s first Covid-19 lockdown and was published in the New York Times.

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10 December, 2020

21 — Sattva Giacosa

Sattva Giacosa is a self-taught photographer. Since an early age she has used writing and photography to cope with her nomadic reality.

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2 December, 2020

20 — Abeceda

Abeceda is a book designed by Karek Teige in 1926. It is composed by poems that talk about the alphabet. Each letter was choreographed and performed. This experience emerged through the need for experimentation.

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28 August, 2020

19 — Ian Davenport

Ian Davenport is a contemporary painter, born in 1966. Using a schematic colour palette, he meticulously applies paint from a height. A process which is then repeated to form a landscape of colour.

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15 April, 2020

18 — Inès Longevial

Inès Longevial is a French painter. She explores feminity. Not wishing to gender her paintings or give them a skin colour, she prefers to play with light and colour.

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15 February, 2020

17 — John Baldessari

John Baldessari, "the godfather of conceptual art". His work is one of the richest and most important of the twentieth century. Contains more than 200 monographic exhibitions and 1000 group exhibitions.

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3 May, 2020

16 — Daft Punk

Pioneers of the French Touch, Daft Punk have successfully created a unique artistic universe. In a world ruled by images, they have chosen to step aside to better highlight their music.

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3 May, 2020

15 — Robert Doisneau

Robert Doisneau is a French photographer. During the Second World War, he accumulated the images that would make his success. Going "where there is nothing to see", privileging the furtive moments and those he called "the minuscule joys".

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