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Arik Levy

Personality Disorder, 2010
"Design is an uncontrolled muscle" according to Arik Levy (born 1963).
Designer, technician, artist, photographer, filmmaker, Levy's skills are multi-disciplinary and his work can be seen in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide.
Best known publicly for his furniture design for global companies, installations and limited editions, Levy nevertheless feels "The world is about people, not tables and chairs."

Henrik Isaksson Garnell

Works by Henrik Isaksson Garnell
Born in 1987, childhood 2 miles outside stockholm.
Lives / works now in a house in the forrest outside stockholm.

Kevin Francis Gray

Works by Kevin Francis Gray.
Kevin Francis Gray was born 1972, in Northern Ireland. Lives and works in London.
He will be showing in Rome during November.

Roger Weiss

Human bodies have long been photographed and described. Many have been seen and read about. And every community, through its institutions and leaders, has always espoused certain body-types and shunned others. Showing off the desirable ones, and hiding the undesirable. All those who might be perceived as excessive or upsetting.

Roberto Cicchinè

"prossimità e distanze", installation view, 2010

"prossimità e distanze" by Roberto Cicchinè.

Josh Keyes

Josh Keyes was born in Tacoma, Washington.
Currently lives and works in Portland Oregon.

Daniel Adam Turner

Sp.1, soot, plexiglass, 2007.
Sooting plexiglass, 2007.
Burning entire body of work, 35 paintings, gasoline, 2006.

Daniel Adam Turner was born in 1983 in Portsmouth (VA)
Currently lives and works in New York (NY)

Found at today and tomorrow

Thomas Mailaender

“Autocombustion”, 2007

Thomas Mailaender is a french multimedia artist based in Paris and Marseille.
Documentation marks the starting point for his work. Using a slightly scientific way of working, he registers insignificant, incidentatlly grotesque moments that possess an abrupt and unexepted monumentatlity.

Oliver Kosta-Théfaine

Symphony (Detail view of the solo exhibition "W")
Flame of the lighter on ceilling & video documentation, 2009

Born in 1972, Oliver Kosta-Théfaine lives and works in Paris, France. In each of his interventions, Olivier Kosta-Théfaine plays with the codes and clichés of popular culture. He uses the languages and codes of the city and its suburbs, changing or modifying their original meaning so it can be understood by a broader public. His reflection is essentially based in rehabilitating the, often deconsidered, elements that belong to the city. His fascination for the suburbs has switched to a passion that is essential to his everyday work. The city is his muse, the drive for his artistic inspiration. He tries to decipher a discredited world through simple and ironic little mechanisms which he then transposes into galleries. By introducing the language of popular culture into the white cube, Olivier Kosta-Théfaine uses the suburb’s many clichés, plays with the truth and distorts the elements of pop culture.