Regardt van der Meulen is a practising artist who currently resides in Johannesburg. At the core of his works resides the human body, with its strength and fragility, uncovering its fears and illusion of safety.
Indiana based artist, Sayaka Ganz has an obvious fascination for animals, creating magnificent sculptures that give the feel of motion, but when looked up close, you can really see the many individual objects used in creating them.
Japan based artist and designer, Makoto Tojiki uses light as his primary medium for creating these truly unique light sculptures. The interplay of light and shadows is captured in the shape of these images, "as ephemeral and enigmatic as shadow itself".
Australian artist Sean Avery has an unique way of expressing his sculptural talents. He creates these amazing sculptures using recycled materials like old CDs, computer hard drives, and so on, giving them a feel of organic and a distinctive sense of movement.
Stephane Halleux was born on July 6th in Chenée (Liège), Belgium. Ever since he was a baby, he was taken off to museums (most of the times against his will), where he was supposed to be awakened to art in all its forms.
Born in New York, currently residing in Brooklyn, artist Mia Pearlman creates breathtaking paper installations and ephemeral drawings that blur the line between actual, illusionistic and imagined space. Sculptural and often glowing with natural or artificial light,
Antony Gormley was born in London in 1950. In his career of nearly 40 years, Antony Gormley has made sculpture that explores the relation of the human body to space at large. By using his own existence as a test ground, Gormley's work transforms a site of
Korean artist's Yong Ho Ji art is all about recycling tires . He uses tire strips and synthetic resins to create these unique sculptures. His collection gathers sculptures and busts of usual animals and also hybrid animals and humans.