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Antoine Lussier


June 2022

Born in Montreal (QC), Antoine Lussier (He/Him) is a visual artist who lives and works in Montreal. His work resists the philosophies and practices of traditional photography while playing with the medium in a self-referential way. Antoine is currently completing his studies at Concordia University. His work has been presented in several group exhibitions in London, New York and Montreal. 

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Pearlyn Lii


March 2022

Pearlyn Lii  is an artist from Hong Kong whose work examines identity narratives and archetypes. Her work weaves lived experience with the surreal, capturing the transient nature of the self through avatar, persona, mythology, and magical realism, confronting female archetypes through physical and sensory experiences. Lii’s cross-disciplinary practice exists across installation, performance, and code-based media. 

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Pedro Lavin


March 2022

Pedro Lavin is visual artist and filmmaker from Mexico City. His work explores self mythology, ritual and personal pantheons; weaving magical realism and oneiric fantasy with his own lived experience to create story. This aesthetic pursuit is rooted in themes of sex, gender and desire; the metamorphotic power of nature; and the primal link between the sacred and the profane. His multidisciplinary practice unfolds across a variety of artforms including drawing, digital collage, film, concept art, and general adversarial network (GAN) AI art.

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Katarina Janeckova


October - November 2021

Janeckova documents her life in various portraits and depictions of figures in peculiar or provocative situations, combining unvarnished reality and psychological fantasy. Her images are dominated by female subjects who occupy female spaces such as kitchens, bedrooms, and balconies; they are nude and pretty, though posed in opposition with power and influence. Bears stand in for men, female body builders squat and flex on flower vases, and attractive women are pleasured by multiple others. Janeckova examines relationships, with herself and perceived partners, while prompting the viewer, through her representations and symbolism, to connect what they see to their own sexuality, identity, and history. 
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Demit Omphroy 


October - December 2021

Demit studied art at the University of California, Berkeley. After a couple years of professional soccer, he pursued a new career in photography and filmmaking. Painting was always a constant passion across the different stages of his life, changing with him throughout his personal and professional development. His style has been heavily influenced by simplified lines and primary colors. Demit has been fascinated by the concept of eternal youth living inside of everyone. He believes as people get older, it is imperative to maintain and nurture that inner child- free to make mistakes, free to create without bounds. Thematically, all of his pieces focus on channeling that inner child by allowing artistic expression without the boundaries we internalize from our experiences with the world. 
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Rafael Jaén


October - December 2021

Rafael René Jaén Brillembourg is a painter who currently works from his studio in México City, México. Growing up in Venezuela with the influence of the South American Color Palette and traveling around the world, he has forged a strong link with Nature. As a result, he embraces Nature as an inspiration and centerpiece of his work and the study of human behavior. Transforming everything that exists within it, he depicts the Nature that surrounds us and the one inside his thoughts, the inner voice. Using powerful and dynamic colors, he has developed a very distinctive style of his own.
"Studying human Nature is a fascinating way of gathering inspiration for my paintings. Observing the interaction between humans and Nature allows me to create a complete visual expression of that feeling. The power of the subject and the vibrancy of the colors transport your mind into places you didn't know existed. For me, Nature has the ability of awakening human intuition and exploring an individual's sensibility by connecting with one's inner energy".
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Adrian Leverkuhn


November - December 2021

Adrian Leverkuhn  is a multidisciplinary artist working and living in Lisbon and the U.S.. Leverkuhn finds his inspiration in the interplay of history, subjectivity, and what is currently known as complexity science, the collection of theories and conceptual tools used to study dynamic, non-linear systems. While his projects often employ video, sound, and software, painting remains central to his practice, as he considers it “the richest, most well-documented visual record in existence, no matter the hemisphere”. His work has been exhibited continuously since 2005 in North America and Europe.
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Mar García Zafra 


December 2021

María del Mar García Zafra is a self taught artist currently specializing in fashion design, where she first came in contact with illustration and color theory. She is notorious at experimenting with multiple techniques such as watercolour, oil, indian ink, gesso and fabric. Her work depicts her cosmovision and personal life. 
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