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Alex has been creating art for four decades and is completely self-taught. His prestigious career has seen him work with Paul Smith, Paul Weller and the Glyndebourne opera house and design a bespoke guitar for Eric Clapton.
He met Andy Warhol and got published in INTERVIEW Magazine. Oscar and Golden Globe winner Michael Blake published his book AMERICAN NIGHT with book-signings in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
He attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and graduated with his bachelor of arts in 1977. Today, his unique, three-dimensional fine art prints and originals are sold and exhibited in hundreds of galleries and museums in more than twenty different countries around the world.
Mr Brainwash came to prominence through mounting large-scale public projects in his current home of Los Angeles and as the main figure in the Banksy-directed film Exit Through the Gift Shop.
Often dark and erotic, Ahlberg's paintings and prints appropriate Dutch vanitas still lifes, biblical subject matter, and trompe l'oeil techniques to create works in which the nature of representation is questioned.
Randy Cooper’s ability to see the subtleties in the human form makes his work truly stand out. Each shadow sculpture (forms created in wire mesh that cast shadows on the wall) is uniquely created. Randy eschews molds to do all his work by hand with the help of a few, simple tools.
Sebastian Krϋger is established as a promoter of New Pop Art whose objective is committed to unravelling the conundrum of identity and portraiture. With a creative career for more than a quarter-century.
THE CONNOR BROTHERS
“It is the paradox of art that artifice is often the best way to depict reality, fiction the best way to challenge conventional ideas of what we think of as ‘the truth’. Most people are happy to think that this is the way it is. But it really isn’t. Who knows the truth of anything?” (Mike Snelle)
Alex Ross is one of the most influential and well-respected comic book artists in the history. He is one of the most respected and admired comic book artists in the world, with more than 1,000 pages and covers for DC Comics and Marvel.
BARBARA VAN DEN BERG
Barbara van den Berg a mixed media artist fascinated by the human behavior and the absurdity of our existence. From different layers, she creates personalities just as we are created in real life.
My artist alias is Helt Sort (Danish for “Completely Black”) and I was born in 1963 in Copenhagen. As award-winning designer and art director I am a very engaged and active artist with a strong focus on modern contemporary pop art with a twist of surrealism.
What began as Nic Joly's hobby has transformed into a passion for sculpting minute depictions of everyday life. His thought-provoking sculptures ask the questions we are too scared to pose ourselves.
Patrick Rubinstein was born in 1960 in Paris. His childhood had a lasting impact on him and would later inspire his artistic expression. Paris saw the time of British rock, cinema and American pop.
Inspired by Picasso and Matisse his aesthetic – bright and bold creations with a distinct Pop Art style – took him to Miami, where he was selected alongside Andy Warhol for Absolut Vodka’s artist showcase.
Simon may count Hollywood A-listers like Claudia Schiffer and Rod Stewart among his collectors. Behind his artworks lies the hard work and determination that propelled him to success.
His collection of miniature climbers, koi fish, bicyclists, and winter athletes has become his signature artwork and put him in the international spotlight. Audiences seek his climbers and build their walls with several custom colors and positions.
As one of the most influential artists of all time, Bob Dylan has sold more than 125 million records. He is now just as revered for his fine art, which offers a unique insight into the Nobel Prize laureate’s world.
David Gerstein is an Israeli painter and sculptor. Particularly interested in making work that speaks to the art world while remaining accessible to the public, Gertsein is known for his large-scale public installation, the largest of which, Momentum, is located in Singapore.
Attained a fine art degree in his 50s – depicts a variety of nostalgic tableaus, beach scenes and figurative works. His influences include Walter Sickert, Édouard Vuillard and James Whistler.
Like the Impressionist painters before him, Paul evokes moods and emotions with his colours, free shapes and energetic lines. Famed for his dazzling cityscapes, he captures the hustle and bustle of the city.
Classically trained artist studied at Ealing Art College and mastered a range of genres. He takes inspiration from artists such as Egon Schiele, Henri Matisse, Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso.
STUART MCALPINE MILLER
Stuart regularly hits the headlines with his Pop Art paintings. Fusing cartoons with themes of idealism and consumerism, his multilayered artworks blend the past with the present.