Jannis Kounellis

  Artist Yannis Kunellis, originally from Greece, was born in the small port town of Piraeus, which is near Athens. After he moved to Rome in 1956. After studying at the Roman Academy of Arts, he began painting a black and white painting, yin-yang, or the personification of minimalism and simplicity, soon went to the…

Mark Rothko

  Mark Rothko, born Markus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz, was an American painter of Russian Jewish descent. His paintings were not recognized immediately, he was sometimes called “the brushing of a painter” and “child’s scrawl”, he mixed colors in a special way, created his paintings one by one, minimalism and laconism on his canvases produced with rabbit…

Anne Appleby

  Ann Appleby American, 1954. She studied for a bachelor at the University of Fine Arts of San Francisco in 1989. She lives and works in San Francisco, the city inspired and led her to the SECA award from the San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art in 1996. She was awarded the David S. McMillian…

Michael Berkhemer

  The artist’s works are simple and straightforward as the Dutch mentality, are in touch with the style of the 60’s, simplicity, accessibility, clear lines that perfectly match the rounded furniture of the 60’s as if in opposition. Using different methods and working with different materials, he strives for an equilibrium between form and colour,…

Kennedy Yanko

  The artist Kennedy Yanko was in search of her style for 7 years and also moonlighting, doing yoga, all this on her changes in creativity influenced and she tried sculptures from metal. She has visited construction sites since childhood, and now she searches for the material for future sculptures through abandoned buildings and places….

Ernesto Neto

    Ernesto Neto, a Brazilian concept artist, was born in 1964 in Rio de Janeiro. his work is something that soft, pleasant to the touch or not usual amusing coloured installations, causing a storm of emotions, vivid impressions, passion, inspiration, joy. Some of its installations are transparent light white and resemble fog or milk,…

Julio Le Parc

  The artist, sculptor, installer, Julio Le Park was born in 1928 in Mendoza in Argentina. He studied at the school of fine arts in Buenos Aires. While he studied at the School of Fine Arts and showed a growing interest in the artistic avant-garde movement in Argentina. Later moved to Paris to take part…

Donald Judd

  Donald Judd uses geometric shapes to create his artistic volumetric objects, such as sculpture, installation. Donald Judd is a landmark figure in the history of postwar art. He was recognized as an art critic after writing articles for reviews for the journal Arts from 1959-65. At the same time, he develops from an abstract…

Wim Botha

  The artist mainly works with installation and sculpture. His installations are made of different material, coloured glass, coloured plastic, wood and play with light and penetration of light through transparent materials of installations make them even more interesting for viewing and searching for the meaning of sculpture. On some of them there are wings,…

Felix Schramm

  German artist Felix Schramm builds large sculptures from materials similar to plasterboard, making a kind of curled walls, of pieces of dry wood, paints, steel frames and paint to recreate parts of the architecture. Its installation is like a reminder of the space where we live, form, materials, territory, and the fact that this…