Ali Zülfikar was born in 1971 in Milelis, Turkey. He studied at the Firat University in Elazig with the famous Turkish painter, Prof. Memduh Kuzay.Zülfikar's works have been admired for many years by many art lovers worldwide.So far they have been shown in about 170 different international individual and group exhibitions and museums.The masterful large-sized, detailed paintings of portraits on canvas and handmade paper as well as paintings with a traditional Turkish, plant-based woolen color (w . . .
The main concept of his art is the human and life itself. To live free, lighthearted and self-determining is the goal that he wants to convey.Playful, sometimes weightless, a little grotesque human figures are pictured in a comic style. Vibrant, pure colors, happiness, but only at first sight.The thinly drawn, tall creatures are only mirrors held up by the artist, they reflect distorted pictures of ourself, of society and the life we live today. Our existence is without goal and phantasy, or we . . .
Marion Rauter is a narrative virtuoso of photorealism. Only with a brush and a few oil paints does she produce in her reproduced reality the drama of a play. The subjective reality she creates in her portraits is, though two-dimensional, a narrative. Since the portrayed personalities in their representation gain a sensual meta-level (compared to the original photography), their paintings lead far beyond the mere illustration.The facial features of her portraits captivate the viewer. Their biogra . . .
Alex Vorti, born 1991 in Majdanpek, Serbia, graduated in sculpture from the University of Applied Sciences in Belgrade. In addition to his artistic work, he teaches art and the English language. Experts on visual arts have commended him in the same breath with outstanding pioneers of Tachism such as Arnulf Rainer and Hans Staudacher. There are good reasons to compare world-famous artists of that genre with Alex Vorti who brought a breath of fresh air into the world of abstract painting and great . . .
Born in 1983 in Kragujevac, Serbia, the artist lives and works in Paris.While studying applied arts and mural painting at the University of Belgrade, she dealt with the theme of subordination and the adaptation of people to the prescribed social constraints in her performances under the title "Sleepers". She portrays people as puppets crammed into a tight corset of traditions, rules and constraints, performing their duties at the expense of their talents and potential. Congealed, uniformed and s . . .