Category Archives: Plastic artists

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Daniel Orson Ybarra

The nature and that which is dynamic about it. Germinaciones, Semilleros, Chaosmos: The latest works by Daniel Orson Ybarra straight away reference nature and that which is dynamic about it: the process of growth, of engenderment, of inflorescence, which go from a withheld intensity (withheld from its potential, from the […]

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Lluís Lleó

Easely moving between different mediums and disciplines. Lluis Lleó is an artist that moves with ease and expertise in different disciplines and mediums, and which technical distinctive feature is the use of the fresco technique like the classic artists. Living and working between New York and Rupià. In his work, he […]

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Pushkin Gallery

Two decades promoting Human Rights through the art. The Pushkin Gallery has built its mission on promoting human rights through the arts for the last two decades. With a focus on developing entire life collections, Kenneth Pushkin has collected, curated and published the works of outstanding Russian artists who chose […]

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Thierry Bouët

PORTRAIT AND REPORTAGE PHOTOGRAPHER. Thierry Bouët gets his inspiration from the people meets, their successes, their failures, the irony of their lives and their enviroments. His ongoing project is a photographic journey around the world, looking for emblematic peace places. This image of a white flag on a Mediterranean shore is the […]

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Manolo Torres

Self-trained artist Manolo Torres, born in Malaga in 1938, is a self-trained sculptor, with origins in his work for many years in metallurgic factory in Switzerland. Installed in Geneva, he´s dedicated to painting and sculpture, and he has participated in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally. He has made recently a […]

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Kate Daudy

Exploring the boundaries between language and sculpture Born in 1970, Kate Daudy is known for work exploring the limits of language and sculpture/text crossover. A committed peacenik, a strong current of Daudy’s work as a visual artist expresses a desire for socio-political commitment from individuals, encouraging a sense of empowerment. […]