Bruce Riley

Bruce Riley was born in the American mid west mid twentieth century. Growing up on the outskirts of Cincinnati. He spent a lot of time making stuff and exploring the woods. Making art is some of his earliest memories.

Hunt Slonem

Hunt Slonem is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker. He is best known for his Neo-Expressionist paintings of tropical birds, often based on a personal aviary in which he has been keeping from 30 to over 100 live birds of various species. Slonem’s works are included in many important museum collections all over the world; he is exhibiting regularly at both public and private venues, and he has received numerous honors and awards.

Francesco Clemente

Francesco Clemente was born in 1952 in Naples, into a family with aristocratic roots. After writing poetry and painting as a child, he went to Rome to study architecture at the Università degli Studi di Roma, La Sapienza, in 1970. Leaving school before completing the program, he focused instead on art. Although he came of

Alireza Varzandeh

The Cologne-based artist Alireza Varzandeh reveals day-to-day life, the structures and customs of society to us as if through a looking glass. From boisterous beach scenes to urban construction workers, passers-by and cyclists in traffic, people walking in the park, in rain and shine, to extremely colourful floral still life scenes – there does not seem to be any subject that is unworthy of painting or uninteresting from the composition perspective for this artist, who was born in Persia in 1963.

Karel Appel

Karel Appel portrait

Tijdens de opleiding aan de Rijksacademie in Amsterdam ontmoette Karel Appel in de jaren 1940-1943 Corneille. Ze besloten om in 1946 met elkaar naar Luik te af te reizen en daar in 1947 te exposeren. Ook maakte zij een reis naar Parijs en bij terugkeer maakten ze kennis met Constant. In 1948 exposeerden zij alle drie samen in Amsterdam.

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Tom Wesselmann

Tom Wesselmann

Tom Wesselmann is considered one of the major artists of New York Pop art, along with Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol. Best known for his 1960s series “Great American nude,” which featured flat figures in an intense palette of red, white, blue, and other patriotic colors, Wesselmann, in an effort to reject Abstract Expressionism, made collages and assemblages that incorporated everyday objects and advertising ephemera.

Walasse Ting

Artist Walasse Ting, through various wanderings, ended up in Paris in 1952, where he encountered Cobra painters such as Karel Appel and Asger Jorn.

Kees Salentijn

Kees Salentijn’s work is characterized by diversity. According to himself, one means is not necessarily better than the other in art, as long as it is used correctly. One day Salentijn works figuratively classical or expressively abstract. The other day again childishly naive.

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