World renowned Swiss visual artist, painter, photographer & performer. Working between Barcelona, Beijing, Berlin, Paris & Geneva
Catherine Gfeller is a Swiss artist. She currently lives and works in Paris and Montpellier after having lived in New York from 1995 to 1999.
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Gao Xiao Wu, a sculptor and visual artist, was born in Sanming, Fujian Province in 1976 and currently lives and works in Beijing, China.
Gary Hill (b. 1951, Santa Monica, CA) has worked with a broad range of media – including sculpture, sound, video, installation and performance – since the early 1970’s.
Gert Tobias and Uwe Tobias are twin brothers working as a collaborative duo of visual artists.
Javier Pérez is a Spanish visual artist, lives and works in Barcelona.
Jennyfer Grassi is a free spirit. Entirely committed to her painting, working in a sensitive and intuitive way, she sets off on a pictorial voyage.
Jean-Guillaume Le Roux, a Parisian visual multimedia artist, focuses on the theme of glitch art. His works are widely exhibited in galleries and commercial spaces.
Julie Chabin is an artist who likes to travel physically and through her work. She creates art in a wide variety of media including drawing UV modeling, molding , terra cotta.
Installations and objects, experimental actions and more immaterial artistic gestures
Marlène Mocquet is a contemporary painter and sculptor, currently residents and works in Paris. Her chimerical artworks portray enigmatic worlds full of quirky, animated characters.
Meschac Gaba is a Beninese conceptual artist based in Rotterdam and Cotonou. His installations of everyday objects whimsically juxtapose African and Western cultural identities and commerce.
Mounir Fatmi is a Moroccan artist who lives and works in Paris.
With a focus on aestheticism and collage, Nadia Rabhi creates eye-catching and sensory digital prints
A photographer turned sculptor, Pianzi AKA Zhang Zhong works in the style of post-Mao visual art out of the ColorLoft in Shanghai.
NAN Qi is famous for his “halo dot” paintings with both of traditional Chinese shui-mo, or inkwash painting methodology and modern technology.
French multi-media artist, Serge Barto, works with 2D and 3D minimalist architectural pieces in a monochrome palette
Shirin Neshat explores perceptions of love, sexuality and ageing by accentuating the lyrical and musical competition between couples during a traditional courtship Laotian ritual.
Tian Taiquan weighs the factual truth about the Cultural Revolution in China through his art. The strength and reality of what he experienced in the political and cultural realm of his life is depicted in a visual manner through digital technology.
Through his decades of work, he has amassed a straightforward, subtle, and sensitive visual record of multiple generations of people, who have lived through momentous transitions in China’s history, including independence from colonial rule, the Cultural Revolution, and rapid modernization.
Chen’s practice is tied to a natural, oriental aesthetic, influenced by Western abstract art and oriental philosophy.
Sima Yuan, a multi-media artist based in Beijing & Founder of the SIMA Art Museum