Angel Davila Artwork

About the Artist: Angel Davila is an up & coming working artist that currently resides in New Jersey. His work has visited many spaces and he plans to continue his journey of reaching bigger audiences with his work.  He considers his work as conceptual pieces that linger into a surrealistic approach. His references often come…

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Into the Benidorm Groove by Seigar.

This series is a collection of pop street photography taken in Benidorm, Spain, during a short trip in January 2020. The images bring the essence of the place from an intentionally kitsch point of view, showing the unique personalities, almost like characters from a film. The aim was to play with the stereotypical images of this famous coastal town where everything is possible. As a photographer, I adopted the attitude of a camp spy. Enjoy this popular destination with authentic protagonists! – Seigar

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Beau Abronson Artwork

In order of appearance: Peptoabymsmal, Flavors, and Sweet and Spicey Artist Statement: Beau (Zoe Abronson) is a Latinx, Jewish and Cree interdisciplinary artist from Los Angeles who is currently studying to become an art therapist. Their art centers around the themes of cultural identity, body image, transness, lesbianism, and the struggles of being bipolar and…

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“Queer Bbys” by Odalys Burgoa

Queer bbys is a digital portrait series of friends who identify as lgbtq. It is a series that celebrates the community and a way to revolt against the political climate lgbtq+ persons face everyday. Queer “bbys” deserve to be celebrated at every capacity and creating portraits of specifically BIPOC queer persons is taking a step in demanding appreciation for how beautiful it is to be ourselves. Each portrait features different types and reflections of love from self love to love with partners. They also represent the diverse faces of queerness.

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“Follies” by Hannah Nahas

Artist Statement: Hannah Nahas (b.1996) is an emerging artist currently based out of Providence, RI. Hannah is of Syrian and Russian Jewish decent with her work focuses on themes of liminality and the human experience.  A liminal space is the time between the ‘what was’ and the ‘next.’ It is a place of transition, waiting,…

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Giada Rotundo Art

In 2017 , the artist Giada Rotundo obtained her MA from the Art Academy of Brera and in the following years started her artistic career by re-elaborating images from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Today she has chosen to not only represent one poetic style and her works do not follow a specific genre, though she continues to express herself with figurative painting. This however, has been a difficult choice and resulted after she matured and reflected upon the fact that it gives the observer a much freer view of her work. If we think that it is the public itself that ‘makes’ the artwork and that it would not exist without it, why shouldn’t we leave them the opportunity to interpret it? Explaining the meaning of the painting would influence their opinion too. Finally, looking at the art of today is like looking at something diverse and complicated, there is so much, sometimes too much. Once there was only one artistic trend and many people would be spontaneously involved. If we think of Art Déco, or even before Art Nuveau, many artists reproduced and spread these artistic styles to other similar fields such as: architecture, textiles and other minor ones. In short, if art is the mirror of what happens we cannot do anything else than reproduce art in the most heterogeneous way.

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“Loodream” by Andrea Miranda

About the Artist: My name is Andrea Miranda and I am an international student graduate from the illustration class of 2020 at Falmouth University. I focus on utilizing marks and patterns to tell a story. I construct my composition in a way that’ll make my designs have flow and movement, and add mesmerizing colors to…

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