Yi Chen 陈屹
New York-based Chinese artist.
The artist uses culturally mediated images from advertisements and fashion magazines as inspiration for his work. He sees his paintings and collages as metaphors for hybrid, mutated concepts of beauty borne from a … More
RETNA (AKA Marquis Lewis) was born in 1979 in Los Angeles, CA. Since making his debut in the mid-1990s, RETNA has participated in over 30 international exhibitions with countless works in the public realm. Yielding an unmistakable aesthetic that … More
Nicolas Pol’s (b. 1977) large canvases employ a striking array of styles, references and techniques whilst offering an aesthetic that isunique, complex and assured in its depth. Combining street art, graphic design and a multitude of fine art references from Renaissancemasters to Majerus and Basquiat, Pol’s craft is remarkably honed for a painter so young. The success of Pol’s work stems from theinterplay between the immediacy of colour and iconography with a structure and all-over quality that demand prolonged attention.
Richard Hambleton is the Godfather of Street Art. Much of what has been written on Richard Hambleton has focused on the Artist’s early “public art-street art”. As a conceptual artist, Hambleton produced work using the urban canvas to evoke public reaction. He was reputed to be elusive and genius. Richard Hambleton is the original Pop Expressionist with unforgettable images that have permeated our collective consciousness for over three decades now.