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OFFICIAL CATALOGUE | AIAF 2019

AMSTERDAM INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR FOURTH EDITION | BEURS VAN BERLAGE | 30-31 AUG 2019

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AIAF 2019 07 | EXHIBITOR LIST 09 | ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 11 | FEATURED EXHIBITORS 30 | EXHIBITORS

TAKASHI MURAKAMI | JAPAN | STAND # C02 (DUTCH CURATOR)


GADE DIOUF | SWITZERLAND | STAND #B04


EXHIBITOR LIST | AIAF 2019 Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani Ajtner Fine Art Gallery Alaa Aloqiel Alexei Patrascu Alina Alieva Allicsirpart Amelia McMurrin André Labarthe Andreas Melzer Andrei Tunikov Andrey Quintana Anita Püspök Anna Dora Anne Maryken Antonia Glynne Jones Arcofarc Arián Irsula López Art Amson gallery Art von Amelung Ayca Güney Aziz Anzabi Beyond the Canvas bluenight Borucki Michal Jan Chandrashish Chakravarty Claudia Fauth Cornelissen Cristina Levaggi Cronos Dutch Curator Edward Lee Eka & Moor Art Gallery Eliora BOUSQUET Eman Hakim Evadi Evert Savonije Evgeny Yakovlev Fine Art by Melissa Fitch Florencia Zampieri Gade Diouf Galerie von Braunbehrens Galya Lutzky Görkem Buur Grady Zeeman Gregory Siff Haejin Yoo Harry Arling Henk Veen Hillywood Art HIROKO HSU,PO-CHENG ; David Tsao Hwaseul Kim Igor Shterenberg Indigo Arts, Antonia Glynne Jones Inna Zubareva Jacqueline Midgen James Earley Jasmin Leer Jiro Ishihara JL-Artworks jogicorner Joi Murugavell Laura Rominu/Jan Aanstoot Léa Nasnas Chami

LEBHART LindaPatty Pieter Liviu Balac Loes van Delft Louise Galea Luba Dalcolmo Studio & Gallery Lucia Glass Manuela Wenger Maram AlNemer Maria Claudino Maria Fatjó Parés Maryna Timchenko Matthew Fitch Matthew J. Frock Maurice van Tilburg - Glimne Melzer, Andreas Michael Choi Michal Jan Borucki MICHELE LYSEK Miss Magenta Miyu Shishido,Yuriko Yamamoto, Fumika Narita, Patrick Audevard, Hiroaki Matsushima Momo Meng Monica A-C LIndhe Naima Karim Natalie Otalora OriginalartbyCC Oscar of New Orleans PARUL SRIVASTAVA Patricia Heuker of Hoek Peter Anton, Willi Siber, Robert Steng, Sami Lukkarinen, Harald Schmitz-Schmelzer, Marck, Daniel Cherbuin Pieter Antonie Rachel Hope Allan Raquel Poncela Richard Reuys Rima Chahine Romi Dobrota RSTEPA Sabine Leclercq Haanaes SAI KUMAR Sandra Iafrate Sao Fan Leong Sarah mulligan Shefaliart. Silvia Maria Hecher Sloane Adams Steven Thoelen Swapna Namboodiri Tarja Laine Tim Hudson Tunikov Andrei Ugokuestudio Valentina Andrees Victoria Udalova Vladimir Kuchukov Yoanna Nobel Young Ah Ahn Yu Min Chang YuanChi Yudkin Igor YUMIN-CHANG Zeiko Duka Zeljka Paic


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AMSTERDAM INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR FOURTH EDITION | BEURS VAN BERLAGE | 30-31 AUG 2019

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CLAUDIA FAUTH | GERMANY www.claudia-fauth.com

Born 1962 in Berlin. Lives and works as a visual and acoustic artist in Berlin, went to school in Switzerland and Germany. Worked many years as an art dealer. Lives in New York, Miami, London and many other places. Realise extensive art projects around the world including the natural environment and make the unklown experiencable. Her works are collected in Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Switzerland, Poland, Spain and the US.

Fractal World I | PWC and wood

Transition | acrylic on canvas


CORNELISSEN | THE NETHERLANDS www.cornelissen.online

In my teens I became fascinated by geometric shapes. Then my freelance work as a graphic designer gave me the opportunity to invest in developing my artworks. I have studied for years in mastering a wide range of painting techniques that have been used over the centuries. In recent years this has resulted in work that combines all previous experiences. I have found a connection between art and life through the language of geometric abstraction. By means of self-made oilpaint etc, I create latent recognizable patterns that are influenced by forces around so that variations of interpretation is made possible.

UpStairs | Oil on Canvas

It Takes 2 2 Tango | Oil on Canvas


HARRY ARLING | NETHERLANDS harry.arling@gmail.com

kosmotroniks is the Art of Alchemy, where the discarded and unwanted, the waste of a consumer society, is transformed into the dreams of the child in us all into the fantastical and beautiful. Where colour lifts the spirit and detail delights the eye. The mechanical whimsical. The joyous unreal made solid..

SailMachineShip | Plastic waste and other materials


LEBHART | GERMANY lebhart@gmx.net

Inspired by Hyperrealism and pixelated imaging, the portraits are not a reproduction of a photography but an image that adds emotion and soul by giving a charming quality that does not exist in the original. The lack of the artist to see hints of color red and green are diminished by pixelating the portraits in geometric sections. This creates the illusion of a realistic portrait at a distance.

Sven | Acrylic on canvas

Teporochos | Acrylic on canvas


LOES VAN DELFT | THE NETHERLANDS www.loesvandelft.com

Crowned with the Best Global Artist Award at the Amsterdam International Art Fair in 2012, Loes van Delft has since become even more successful and a powerful key player in the art market. Her artworks are booming and becoming a huge investment for contemporary art collectors. The paintings of Loes van Delft combine an innocent quirkiness with a cheeky cartoon feel. Blurring the borders between fine brush strokes and commercialism the characters are endearing, charming and amazingly vivid. Over the years Loes developed her very recognizable character which she calls ‘Pjipje.’

Sweet Love | acrylic on wood

Pjipje Sculpture | vinyl sculpture filled with resin, painted with spray can.


MARYNA TIMCHENKO | UKRAINE https://www.facebook.com/15mt777

Ukrainian artist Marina Timchenko is also known as a photographer. Her graphics, painting and photography are filled with powerful sexual energy. The author is inspired by people and their feelings. She says about herself: “I would like to tell people that sex is not a taboo, but an important part of human life.�

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels | canvas/oil

Coughing woman | canvas/o


ALAA ALOQIEL | SAUDI ARABIA Alaaoqiel@gmail.com

My art work is about how to reach the ultimate (inner peace) that one must feed and balance between one’s spirit, one’s body and ones’s soul desires in the lowest of moments and highest of moments. My inspiration comes from a personal spiritual deep experience.

Inner Peace | Oil, Acrylic, Charcoal on canvas

The Soul | Oil, Acrylic, Charcoal

CLAUDIA FAUTH | GERMANY www.claudia-fauth.com

Born 1962 in Berlin. Llives and works as a visual and acoustic artist in Berlin, went to school in Switzerland and Germany. Worked many years as an art dealer. Lives in New York, Miami, London and many other places. Realise extensive art projects around the world including the natural environment and make the unklown experiencable. Her works are collected in Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Switzerland, Poland, Spain and the US.

Fractal World I | PWC and wood

Transition | acrylic on canvas


ELIORA BOUSQUET | FRANCE https://www.e-bousquet.com

Eliora BOUSQUET is a professional painter living and working in Paris. She was born in France in 1970. She started painting at the age of 7 and has specialised through the years in atmospheric, lyrical, symbolical and expressionist abstract art. She has always had a passion for colors and tried to use them as words to communicate. From 2009 on, Eliora has taken part in 150 exhibitions in France and abroad (USA, Canada, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Monaco Principaty, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Portugal,…) and has painted 7 main collections gathering about 1.000 genuine artworks.

Hortus Atlantis | Acrylic Paint on stretched canvas

Open Sky | Acrylic Paint on stretched canvas

GRADY ZEEMAN | SOUTH AFRICA grady@gradyzart.co.za

In my latest series “ Even in darkness, there is beauty”, I was inspired by night light in nature, creating beauty against a dark backdrop. In life we can also create beauty when going through difficult times. If we allow ourselves to release our old beliefs and be conscious of how we react, we can grow from the most difficult of situations and shine our true brilliance.

Even in darkness there is beauty - 2 | Mixed Media on Canvas

“Blushing” | Oil on canvas


ANNIKA VERSLOOT VAN DER VELDEN | THE NETHERLANDS www.hillywoodart.com

Hillywood Art is a new Dutch art company by Annika Versloot van der Velden, founded in 2018. By the name of Hillywood Art she designs and creates unique, eccentric contemporary art with a strong memory of the past, of intriguing fables and a glimpse of lush surrealism. Central to her works are luxury, ‘the bohemian’, the renaissance, animals and women. Hillywood Art designs for individuals as well as international interior designers who work for exclusive projects within the business, art, fashion and hospitality industry. In 2018 and 2019, five of here artworks were curated by Italian Vogue.

Vertiliya | Digital Collage

Hellyerite | Digital Collage

LOUISE GALEA | AUSTRALIA www.louisegalea.com

Icons. - The Human Condition. Religion. Hollywood. Light. Dark. Body. Soul. These concepts are a constant ever changing conundrum, in an age of global media, obsessed with celebrity and objects of desire. Is reality as we see it real, or is it us, living through others. The faces that we face are not the other’s, but our own, reflected. Icons are our reflection and we are theirs.

Untitled | Photography

Untitled | Photography


LUCIA GLASS | SOUTH AFRICA artinprayer.com

Lucia Glass’ paintings are silent prayers. They are a diary of her spiritual journey, into the universal dance and the heart of life. She empties herself in her paintings. She captures, in her paintings, Zululand’s dawn, the beauty of the raw elements of earth, air, fire, and water. Lucia does so, with swirling, vibrant colors as she enters a love dance. This portrays the dawn of each individual also emerging into the same love dance of life. This spiritual dawn in her paintings is the discovery of life’s transcendent meaning: a common union with God and all beings.

Tongues of fire | Acrylic

In the beginning | Acrylic

MANUELA WENGER | CANADA Manuelawenger2/instagram

I am a visual artist living and working in Toronto,Canada. Using acrylic/ vintage vinyl covers I create abstract, imaginary portraits.

THE COLLECTOR HAS THE LAST LAUGH! | Acrylic/vintage vinyl cover (collage) SOMEONE IS SMOKING HOT! | Acrylic/vintage vinyl cover (collage)


MICHAEL CHOI | HONG KONG https://www.instagram.com/paintineer_ing/

In these artworks, I inspired by the concepts from Hai Shang Academic art style, which is a kind of Ink wash painting style at the period of Impressionism in China. Combined the use of space from traditional eastern art and the use of textures from western art. All these paintings are started by random strokes, and I finish it until it becomes what I want in my mind, it can be a landscapes, a figure or anything else. I paint the feelings instead of subjects from the real world.

Above the horizon | Digital painting

Impression, sunrise | Digital painting

STEVEN THOELEN - EMOFRAGMATO | BELGIUM www.steventhoelen.com

S.T., alias EMOFRAGMATOR, is best known for his fine art photography that portrays a fantasy experience through ‘a chain in wonder’. His elaborate compositions consist of emotional shots that depict the heat of the moment in a narrative story. Artworks that unfailingly add moments of drama to interiors, an ingredient that he regards as vital. His new media art projects are guided by the design aesthetics and flamboyant fashions of the period, with digital artworks containing up to 20 photos, all photographed by the artist himself. He seeks to break with tradition and reset the interior mood with his creations.

RANDOM FOMO | Fine Art Photography in Diasec (257x187cm)

MASKERAMI FREYA | New Media Art in Diasec (80x200cm)


EXHIBITORS A/Z | AIAF 2019


ABDOUL-GANIOU DERMANI | TOGO www.ganioudermani.jimdo.com

Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani was born in Togo and currently lives in Stuttgart (Germany). Graduated from the College of Arts and Crafts in Kpalimé (Togo), his artistic practice encompasses painting, drawing, mixed media, photography and video. His work deals with African identities, as well as social and global issues. His exhibitions include the 13 th Havana Biennial/ FIVAC Festival in Cuba (2019); 18 th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh in Dhaka (2018); NSK State Pavilion at the 57 th Venice Biennale in Italy (2017); Time is Love.10 at ZKM Museum in Karlsruhe, Germany (2017); „Protest“ at Hazard Gallery in Johannesburg (2015), among others.

Life is a chameleon | Acrylic on jute, 80 cm x 60 cm

AJTNER FINE ART GALLERY | POLAND www.ajtnerfineart.com

I started my education in this field in the years 1989 – 1993 at the State High School of Fine Arts in Bydgoszcz (Poland) and I gained there the title of technician of art, with the specialty of arranging exhibitions. In the years 1993 – 1998 I studied artistic pedagogy at the Fine Arts Faculty of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun (Poland). There I graduated and I got my Master’s Degree in painting in 1998. After the graduation I developed my artistic activity in the fields of painting, photography and video.

with blue cat | Photography

ALAA ALOQIEL | SAUDI ARABI Alaaoqiel@gmail.com

My art work is about how to reach the ultimate (inner peace) that one must feed and balance between one’s spirit, one’s body and ones’s soul desires in the lowest of moments and highest of moments. My inspiration comes from a personal spiritual deep experience.

Inner Peace | Oil, Acrylic, Charcoal on canvas

ALEXEI PATRASCU | DENMARK www.alexeipatrascu.com

The paint has its own way and I am looking for the excitement in following it. I look for the colour that wants to be used, rather than the one I see and the shapes that emerge from the continuity of the lines. A good work for me has a sense of rawness, as if the paint is still wet.

First Rhino | Acrylic and oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm


ALINA ALIEVA | NETHERLANDS info@orangeart.nl

The world is changing! I’m Evolving the Revolution is near... The ART reborn! Hours No more, only seconds left!

SOCIAL | ??

ALLICSIRPART | NETHERLANDS priscillakoopman@hotmail.com

Priscilla Koopman is a Dutch artist who currently resides in the Netherlands where she practices the arts. She Graduated Fine Arts with Honours in 2018 from Centennial College Story Arts Centre Toronto. Her work has been gravitating towards a feminine approach,world perception and self exploration derived from her past, present experiences and her mental health. Instead of letting her negative occurrences and mental health consume her, she decided to transform them into pieces of empowerment and expression.

Mental Warfare | Acrylic paint, gold leaf

AMELIA MCMURRIN | UNITED STATES www.ameliamcmurrin.com

Amelia is an American artist living in Amsterdam, creating light-filled landscapes and cityscapes in oil paint. Her work seeks to explore the way hope and longing intermingle throughout the journeys of our lives. As a symbol of hope, light often plays a major role in her paintings - each one a study of how light interacts with different surfaces and environments. Intimate scenes rendered with both realism and painterly movement invite viewers into the beauty of everyday moments, encouraging them to notice and contemplate the beauty around them in daily life.

Rembrandtplein | Oil paint on canvas

ANDRÉ LABARTHE | URUGUAY www.andrelabarthe.com

André Labarthe is an intuitive and spontaneous artist, who ventures into abstract expressionism. Through his canvases tries to capture an unstructured vision of reality, where the human being is the center.

1- Trasnochado. | acrylic over canvas


ANDREAS MELZER | GERMANY www.andreasmelzerberlin.de

heads | acrylic on canvas, 70x100, 2016

ANDREI TUNIKOV | RUSSIA www.tunikov.com

Live material for live sculpture. Wood is the best material for my works. Its warmth, character and pliability open up endless possibilities for fantasy and for the creation of animalistic sculptures. Demanding and fragile, wood disciplines the artist who opted to create with a chisel in hand, inspires a serious and respectful attitude to the creative process, as well as to the object to be depicted. Love and admiration for the model, enjoin the artist to be careful and attentive. Therefore it takes up to 1,5 years to create a sculpture. And that is fair. Art must be honest..

Golden Eagle | alder, birch, acrylicz

ANDREY QUINTANA | CUBA andreyquintana.com

In the series Animals in Expansion the experimentation with the technique is crucial, conveying also a conceptual background. The use of syringes to produce the desired visual effect becomes a criticism of the power mechanisms. The pieces that make up this series are symbols of vitality, from its very title: Animals in Expansion instead of Animals in Extinction. His proposal advocates the beauty of existing and being there... the beauty of life.

Serie “Animals in Expansion.” | Acrylic/Canvas

ANITA PÜSPÖK | HUNGARY www.art.info.hu

I have a dream, I want my colors to make the world happy. My paintings are inspired by the landscape, nature, waters, and lights. My mission is: calm and inspiring abstract lyrical landscapes, depth and distance, blooms, bring lights and harmonies to your home. I think it is a very important value today to be in symbiosis with nature. Modern deep-lyrical abstract artworks are born, with the realistic elements and sensual color-game, what weave through gestures. Studies: University Arts Faculty Painting and graphics Master diploma Arts and Design There are continuously exhibitions, more award, and artworks at auctions. Blossom | acrylic,canvas


ANNA DORA | ICELAND www.artbyannadora.com

I paint abstract, passionate paintings influenced by the mysticism of my home country Iceland. I am particularly fascinated with texture and the variations in depth and dimension that allow my paintings to come to life: evolving and reacting to changes in light. I layer paint, with Icelandic lava dust to create a hard, rough texture and with salt that flowers into beautiful crystals.

When in Rome

ANNE MARYKEN | THE NETHERLANDS www.AnneMaryken.com

“I don’t search for Art, Art finds me”. Anne Maryken’s work is powerful, yet vulnerable at the same time. She succeeds in catching the essence of human emotion in an intense but subtle way; making the spectator part of an intimate, interpersonal moment. A frozen moment wherein there is an almost sensible tension between that which is static en that which is dynamic. This makes her work authentic and mature despite her autodidactic history and perfectly displays her knowledge and skills in the field of visual language. Besides that she tries to contribute to a world a touch more beautiful.

La Sauveuse du Monde | Bronze

ANTONIA GLYNNE JONES | UK www.antoniagj.com

“Drawing and painting is about the interaction between the discipline of observation and the spontaneity of mark making in terms of my response to the subject”. Born and raised absorbing a spectrum of African colour, Antonia Glynne Jones’ work, often abstract studies, characterise vision and emotion, through a wealth of colour, vibrance and texture. Subjects, are studied and primarily depicted through collage and oil paints, and sometimes via mono-printing or pastels. Exhibited in shows throughout the UK and in the Mall Galleries in London over a number of years. Slice of Menorca | Oil on canvas

ARCOFARC | BELGIUM www.arcofarc.com

Arcofarc photography the imagination. He captures in our dreams these unreal images which the morning brings back us sometimes some vague memories... For Arcofarc, each creation is a graphic adventure in which the most difficult is to know where to stop and accept that something is born... Arnaud Crefcoeur, aka Arcofarc, was born in Namur. The virus of the image flows in him since his youngest age, contaminated by his photographer father. For this international fair of contemporary art, Arcofarc shows you its very fine and detailed digital art in exclusive small sized prints on alu-dibond.

Cute Artwork 1 | Alu-Dibond


ARIÁN IRSULA LÓPEZ | CUBA www.irsulastudio.com

The installation with the title “The Creator of Worlds” is composed by images extracted from paintings made by the artist, that look like real or utopic planets. This images are fractales macro-photos, that play with the scale and the surface. Such images could be easily made by a satellite or an airplane. The final propose is to create a perfect beautiful and utopic world where life will be easy and full of happiness.

Creator of Worlds. Península. | Acrilic/Glass

ART AMSON GALLERY | BELGIUM artamsongallery@gmail.com

Het werk van Art Amson Gallery ( Brussel open 2007 ) dat bestaat uit schilderijen , tekeningen , grafische belgische kunst . lijkt op het eerste gezicht op dat lyrisch .

stand art amson gallery

ART VON AMELUNG | GERMANY www.pigmentmaster.com

Andrea Amelung has developed a special method that incorporates a variety of mediums to produce intense colors that - depending on the daylight shimmer and radiate from the canvas. In her large-sized pigment works she applies various materials and raw pigments in several layers onto the canvas to carry out colored, luminous artworks with a dull shimmering surface and overlapping structures.

Deep blue 130x110cm

AYCA GÜNEY | TURKEY www.aycaguney.com

Ayca Güney creating a sensory form of stylized, idealized and empathetic portraits that is a depiction of her friends, family, book characters and musicians. 
EDUCATION ​2014 Domus Academy, Product Design, Master, Milano, IT 2010 Başkent Üniversitesi, Interior Design, Bachelor, Ankara, TR 2009 Hochchule Mainz, Interior Design, Erasmus, DE AWARDS 2017  Winner ‘’Middle East Female Art Award’’, Global Art Awards (Dubai-UAE) 2017  Nominated for a Best Portrait Award, Global Art Awards (Dubai-UAE) 2019 Exhibition “Mediterranean Contemporary Art Prize”, Porta Coeli Foundation (Filiano IT) Portrait | 25x35 cm, Oilpainting on canvas, 2019


AZIZ ANZABI | UNITED KINGDOM http://www.aziz-anzabi.com/

Dr. Aziz Anzabi, originaly from Iran and London based, focuses his art on sculpture and painting. Anzabi’s art has a main concept of myths and rituals. Exploring these aspects and aiming for an unconscious emotional state within the viewer, Anzabi’s art takes form in both figurative and abstract styles. ”My ultimate goal is to have the viewer feeling a sense of familiarity with the work; a sense of having experienced this before.”

Marilyn Monroe captive Qajar lady | oil on canvas

BEYOND THE CANVAS | INDIA www.beyond-the-canvas.com

Migrations into mumbai from a few decades ago contributed to interesting development of building bombay.However buitlt close to each other to save space and money. The cityscape looked like one home superimposed juxtaposition on top of another.Few of these areas remain like kotachi vadi, old valkeshwar area of byculla and old sections of bandra. This painting pays homage to the past urban heritage of my city.

Old Bombai

BLUENIGHT | ITALY http://www.bluenight.eu

THE QUANTUM PAINTING. the uncertainty rule of the quantum painting on the quanta 5 colours. Using only five acrylic colours on rough canvas: ultramarine blue, vermilion red, lemon yellow, up to white and black and using paint rollers. The subjective mood is the source that gives rise to my art thought, coming up to live on a constant uncertainty that soaks into every expedition.

Ulysses | acrylic on canvas

BORUCKI MICHAL JAN | POLAND mborucki.pl

Polish artist born in 1984, in Warsaw. From 2019 living in Gdynia. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture on WSEiZ in Warsaw since 2008. Painter, cartoonist and graphic designer by passion. By 2016 working mostly as a designer in architectural studio. Occasionally making graphic designs and artistic projects. In 2008 he participated for the first time in the collective exhibition, in Wroclaw, Poland. His creations were published in Polish Male Men Magazine and British Aesthetica. From 2015 he began painting activity primarily in oil on canvas. His works were exhibited so far in Warsaw, Gdynia, Venice and Buenos Aires.

Presage | Oil on canvas


CHANDRASHISH CHAKRAVARTY | INDIA chandrashish.c@gmail.com

I am a physician by profession but an artist by passion. My paintings depict moods and realities spanning from daily life to epic imagery. Paintings speak for me what words cannot.

Rustic Indian outlook | Acrylic on canvas

CLAUDIA FAUTH | GERMANY www.claudia-fauth.com

Born 1962 in Berlin. lives and works as a visual and acoustic artist in Berlin, went to school in Switzerland and Germany. Worked many years as an art dealer. Lives in New York, Miami, London and many other places. Realise extensive art projects around the world including the natural environment and make the unklown experiencable. Her works are collected in Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Switzerland, Poland, Spain and the US.

Fractal World I | PWC and wood

CORNELISSEN | THE NETHERLANDS www.cornelissen.online

In my teens I became fascinated by geometric shapes. Then my freelance work as a graphic designer gave me the opportunity to invest in developing my artworks. I have studied for years in mastering a wide range of painting techniques that have been used over the centuries. In recent years this has resulted in work that combines all previous experiences. I have found a connection between art and life through the language of geometric abstraction. By means of self-made oilpaint etc, I create latent recognizable patterns that are influenced by forces around so that variations of interpretation is made possible.

UpStairs | Oil on Canvas

CRISTINA LEVAGGI | ARGENTINA http://www.cristinalevaggi.com

I am an Argentine Encaustic artist. I work with beewax, pigments and tree resin. To paint, I use a torch/fire which becomes my paintbrush. My art is abstract with figments of imagery. Encaustic is magic and alchemy.It is my desire to endow the creative process with a voice; that it narrates its own story through my art. There are narratives, concepts, emotions and feelings embedded, eager for the viewer to actively unravel and reveal the imminence of the meaning of life expressed. I invite you to discover the magic through my art.

Afternoon with Vincent | Encaustic, beewax, oil pigments


CRONOS | FRENCH POLYNESIA cronosartwork.com

Cronos was born on this island paradise called TAHITI in 1984. Drawing since primary school, Fine Art Paintings is just another way to make his tropical life even better. Always trying to take the positive way of everything. Having the chance to exhibit at the 2019 Amsterdam International Art Fair, is a new adventure and a chance to share his island/street mix kind of art works. A Polynesian vision with a hint of street culture.

Sunday Morning | Makaha wood skateboard

DUTCH CURATOR | UK

https://www.instagram.com/dutchcurator Modern & Contemporary Art Gallery.

Takashi Murakami | Limited Edition Print

EDWARD LEE | UNITED STATES https://picerrificphotography.com/

Edward Lee specializes in landscape photography of places with arresting, natural scenery. Lee’s distinctive style captures mosaics of contrasting natural features, including mountains, water, terrain, clouds, and sky. A distinguishing feature of Lee’s work is their intense visual complexity–which is tempered with symmetry and elemental geometrical shapes and figures present in nature. With bold colors, dramatic scale, and sheer beauty, his photographs evoke awe, wonder, and a sense of the otherworldly. Based in Chicago as the founder and creative director of Picerrific Photography, Lee travels the world for photography. IG: @picerrific

Red boats on Emerald Lake, 2013. | Photograph on acrylic.

EKA & MOOR ART GALLERY | SPAIN http://www.ekamoorartgallery.com/

EKA & MOOR ART GALLERY supports a range of artistic disciplines, from painting and drawing to printmaking and photography. The gallery engages in a number of different activities, including fortnightly exhibitions at our space in Madrid as well as further afield, for example at international fairs. The gallery’s vision is to provide a creative arena for high-quality artistic innovation.

“17-91” | Oil on canvas


ELIORA BOUSQUET | FRANCE https://www.e-bousquet.com

Eliora BOUSQUET is a professional painter living and working in Paris. She was born in France in 1970. She started painting at the age of 7 and has specialised through the years in atmospheric, lyrical, symbolical and expressionist abstract art. She has always had a passion for colors and tried to use them as words to communicate. From 2009 on, Eliora has taken part in 150 exhibitions in France and abroad (USA, Canada, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Monaco Principaty, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Portugal,…) and has painted 7 main collections gathering about 1.000 genuine artworks.

Hortus Atlantis | Acrylic Paint on stretched canvas

EMAN HAKIM | EGYPT https://www.facebook.com/emanhakimart/

Bachelor of Fine Arts. Member of many art societies in Egypt and UAE. Held Twelve solo exhibitions latest of in March 2019 (The Dame) Participated in many group exhibitions in many galleries Internationaly, Biennale of Chianciano Italy 2013, Gagliardi Gallery London 2014 , Biennale Art Malaysia 2014 & The “International Exhibition for Peace” in Kazakhstan in 2015, 2016, won the prize “international artist for Peace”. Expo Milan 2015 United Nations, World Art Dubai 2017 and 2018. Private collection in National Museums, Cairo Opera house, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Egypt and China Embassy in Astana, Kazakhstan & Royal Court in Kuwait

The Dame 1 | Oil & Acrylic on canvas

EVADI | NETHERLANDS www.evadi.nl

I’m Eva, in my paintings, I try to capture the human emotion. I compose the images by observing the plethora of human expression. To create my pictures, I’m working with a sponge, to achieve all sorts of textures. To me, emotion is not limited to the eyes or facial expression, it can also be evoked by the skin or even clothes. In recent series I have focussed on faces of refugees. I’m documenting moods like hope and expectation, but also the darker moments. My canvasses are larger than life, because to me, the human emotion can be overwhelming.

Ari | Oil on canvas

EVERT SAVONIJE | NETHERLANDS mysteryart@icloud.com

Selfpreservation. That is what my art was born from. It has saved my life and has allowed me to better understand the world around me. Now i use truth and emotion to create worlds of my own. A digital artist born from color and chaos.

Deep knowledge


EVGENY YAKOVLEV | RUSSIA evgenyyakovlev.com

Born in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Russia, in 1974. Co-author of the book “Live in color”. The tendency to make wrong decisions often accompanies my desire to change the circumstances that exist at the moment. Waiting for their change, or choosing a more favorable moment, requires such incredible patience and nervous tension, which sometimes - the game is not worth the candle. Procrastination can ruin everything, bring down the heat, destroy resistance. It remains to decide for themselves the degree of assumptions in making erroneous, but rather not profitable decisions, and plunge into this whirlpool.

Kazimir | oil on canvas

FINE ART BY MELISSA | INDIA www.etsy.com/shop/FineArtMelissa

Melissa is an artist and aerospace engineer. In 2017 she moved to Munich to begin her first job as an engineer, when she realized that a 9-5 job was not what she wanted in life. She began learning to paint, aided by YouTube videos, with her media of choice being acrylic and oil. Most of her work is centered on her affinity towards the Mediterranean Sea, although she does experiment with other bold and unconventional concepts. Melissa paints with her soul. Her paintings are a part of her; they have her life in them, coursing through each brushstroke

Trump: Make America Great Again | Oil on Canvas

FITCH | AUSTRALIA https://fitchart.tumblr.com/

Matthew Fitch is an artist and curator based in Melbourne, Australia. Holding a Master of Art with a minor thesis on Public Art, Fitch has become an acceptation into the Australian Contemporary Art scene. Exhibiting at the Amsterdam International Art Fair, Fitch exhibits a contemporary edgy style that is synonymous to Fitch’s artwork and is now greatly accepted into the cannon of the international contemporary art-world. His work seeks to describe some of the deeper meaning behind the colours of life which we are exposed to everyday, while displaying the intense dexterity and colour that Australia naturally offers.

Ochre Icon | Oil on Linen with Ochre

FLORENCIA ZAMPIERI | ARGENTINA artwork@florenciazampieri.com.ar

Florencia Zampieri was born in Argentina.While she was finishing Secondary School,she became a Ballet Dance teacher with only 17 years old.Her passion to all kind of art inspired her to graduate in Architecture.She studied different art expressions that gave her a solid basement to continue her plastic artist career.She explores new materials being conscious of what the new world is needing to survive.Every paper she use to compose has a history behind,that made them unique and unrepeatable as each moment in her life.Abstract method, collage, colors, acrylic, oils, pencils, papers, textures are her hand mates to compose her Dynamic world.

Timeless #3 | Acrylic Collage


GALERIE VON BRAUNBEHRENS | GERMANY www.galerie-braunbehrens.de

Galerie von Braunbehrens can look back on a 41-year tradition of acting as an art intermediary. Founded in 1978 the gallery was run in Munich until 2014. In 2015 the new owner Frank Molliné took over the management and opened the gallery in a large 500 sqm exhibition space in Stuttgart. Here we show solo and group shows of international artists. The gallery participated at major national and international art fairs. Galerie von Braunbehrens’s spectrum has consistently been expanding to include young up-and-coming names as well as the latest trends in contemporary international art.

Peter Anton, Sweetheart Sampler, 2018 | mixed media, 61 x 61 x 12,6 cm

GALYA LUTZKY | ISRAEL facebook.com/galya.lutzky.art

In the foundation of my paintings lied a basic structure, and often, a multilayered one. I am interested in interaction between structures and spaces which appear as a result of it. I try to find balance between logic and intuition, reflect on the balance between order and freedom, regularity and randomness, structure and movement, logic and intuition in art.

Polyptych | acrylic on cardboard

GÖRKEM BUUR | NETHERLANDS www.gorkembuur.com

I’ve always been a great admirer of Van Gogh and Gauguin and their art has been a great inspiration to me and to my mind’s wanderings. The special painting knife technique enables me to better translate my dreamland into my art. It helps me express sharper lines and obvious forms, and lets me to make a statement of the colorful, peaceful dreamland I imagine and dream of.

“The Daydreamer” | oil on canvas, special technique

GRADY ZEEMAN | SOUTH AFRICA grady@gradyzart.co.za

In my latest series “ Even in darkness, there is beauty”, I was inspired by night light in nature, creating beauty against a dark backdrop. In life we can also create beauty when going through difficult times. If we allow ourselves to release our old beliefs and be conscious of how we react, we can grow from the most difficult of situations and shine our true brilliance.

Even in darkness there is beauty - 2 | Mixed Media on Canva


GREGORY SIFF | UNITED STATES 4amgallery.com

American artist Gregory Siff is best known for his distinct emotive style merging abstraction, pop and action painting. Using ink, acrylic & spraypaint, he creates iconic “element storyboards” representing an emotional state of mind. His works are included in MoMA PS1’s “Rockaway!”,“Vans Custom Culture,” Whitney Museum of American Art and in Saint Laurent’s F/W 2018 Ready to Wear Line.

Bob Dylan’s Candy Store, 2018

HAEJIN YOO | SOUTH KOREA www.haejinyoo.com

I like to tell my stories, but I do not like to tell them literally. I want to evoke curiosities. These stories are reflections on the biggest emotional turning points of my life. First, I use the raw side of the canvas to begin, then layers of medium and paints are applied on top of another to achieve the final outcome. With each painting I sew my name in with a hand-dyed red string, which is to seal and mend this chapter of my life. The act of this art-making process represents the philosophy of my life.

Peace Lily Playground: Encounter | Acrylic and Cotton thread on Raw canvas

HARRY ARLING | NETHERLANDS harry.arling@gmail.com

kosmotroniks is the Art of Alchemy, where the discarded and unwanted, the waste of a consumer society, is transformed into the dreams of the child in us all into the fantastical and beautiful. Where colour lifts the spirit and detail delights the eye. The mechanical whimsical. The joyous unreal made solid.

SailMachineShip | Plastic waste and other materials

HENK VEEN | NETHERLANDS www.henkveen.com

Henk Veen, a real Amsterdammer, gets his inspiration from the life that he lives in Amsterdam. Through this experience, his paintings are quite recognizable. He tries to set sensitive and often hard, sometimes comical, reality into colour on canvas. The materials he uses are spray-gun and paints with brushes and stencils, with which he expresses his emotions directly in his art work. He paints lively, colorful works and chooses for marked characters, with pronounced slogans. The majority of his paintings show what drives him: Music, reality, relationships, relaxations and love!

Lost in Yesterday | Acryl paint on cotton canvas


HILLYWOOD ART | THE NETHERLANDS

www.hillywoodart.com

Hillywood Art is a new Dutch art company by Annika Versloot van der Velden, founded in 2018. By the name of Hillywood Art she designs and creates unique, eccentric contemporary art with a strong memory of the past, of intriguing fables and a glimpse of lush surrealism. Central to her works are luxury, ‘the bohemian’, the renaissance, animals and women. Hillywood Art designs for individuals as well as international interior designers who work for exclusive projects within the business, art, fashion and hospitality industry. In 2018 and 2019, five of here artworks were curated by Italian Vogue.

Vertiliya | Digital Collage

HIROKO | JAPAN

https://www.instagram.com/johanna_hi328/

I express beauty and dignity with ikebana. Please feel the beauty and the dignity as it is. You will enjoy infinity from seasonal flowers,twigs and leaves. Please enjoy “WA” Japanese style with my ikebana.

Enjoy the beauty of the changing seasons | Seasonal flowers • Vase

HSU,PO-CHENG ; DAVID TSAO | TAIWAN ian@ideapak.com

We’d like to introduce we’re bringing our artists team to the World from Taiwan. Our artists artworks including the Painting, Porcelain and Colored glaze. And our artworks are the fusion of oriental and western culture. Please be patient and look into the state of the art, the one and only of the master piece. Please feel free to contact us for more of our artists’ artworks information. Thank you !

The mystery of the universe is like the rich beauty of our inner soul.

HWASEUL KIM | SOUTH KOREA artaslifemail@gmail.com

Hwaseul Kim is interested in a gap between reality and ideal world especially as a woman, mother and an artist. For this exhibition, she explores a theme of family in her new painting series. For example, an image of a child who is embraced by legs of an adult, represents a meaning of ‘connection’ between children and parents. She creates stories in her paintings, and then works across a variety of mediums including video and interactive media installation to transform the stories in three dimensional space. She started a media art team ‘Craker’ in 2016.

Wings | Acrylic on Canvas


IGOR SHTERENBERG | NETHERLANDS www.virtueelmuseum.com

Igor Shterenberg was born in 1960 in Moscow.It is no coincidence he is an artist:both his father,grandfather and grandmother were painters.His wife comes from a family of artists.From1972 to 1978 Shterenberg studied at the Surikov Institute of Fine Arts in Moscow.In 1978 he was admitted to further education at the same institution.acourse witch he completed successfully in 1984. Shterenberg sees himself as a ‘photo-realist’. For more info look at: virtueelmuseum.com

Rokin

INDIGO ARTS, ANTONIA GLYNNE JONES | UNITED KINGDOM www.antoniagj.com

“Drawing and painting is about the interaction between the discipline of observation and the spontaneity of mark making in terms of my response to the subject”. Born and raised absorbing a spectrum of African colour, Antonia Glynne Jones’ work, often abstract studies, characterise vision and emotion, through a wealth of colour, vibrance and texture. Subjects, are studied and primarily depicted through collage and oil paints, and sometimes via mono-printing or pastels.

Green Curve | Pastel

INNA ZUBAREVA | SWITZERLAND www.kislukasss.com

The artist, Inna Zubareva lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland. Her work is inspired by the individuality of all physical things and energies found in the natural world with high emphasis on the aesthetic beauty, balance and harmony. Inna enjoys painting landscapes, focusing on changing things like the sky or the movement in the water. Till today Inna has participated in various art exhibitions in Switzerland, Russia, United States and across Europe. Big part of her work consists of commissions in various styles held in private collections around the world. Inna strongly believes in creating social impact through art.

Lake Leman | Oil on Canvas

JACQUELINE MIDGEN | UNITED KINGDOM www.jacquelinemidgen.wordpress.com

I am primarily a landscape artist working in oils, acrylics and pastels. I have always been interested in form, colour and texture and my main influences have been the French Impressionists, Turner, the Pre-Raphaelites, Gauguin, Cezanne and Georgia O’Keeffe. I have a studio in the Wimbledon Art Centre complex and participate in the Wimbledon Art Fair. I have affordable paintings and products on sale all year round. For more information go to my website: www.jacquelinemidgen.wordpress.com

Solitary Bird | Acrylics


JAMES EARLEY | ENGLAND www.jamesearleyartist.com

James paints people on the edge of society such as the homeless, and those suffering with mental health issues. He hopes that his work will help to raise awareness of the issues in the world today and make the invisible visible. James has exhibited all over Europe and has recently won first prize for painting at The London Biennale and has also been awarded the prestigious International Michelangelo award. James has been described as one of the most important artists in the world today by The International Contemporary Art Curators. James wants his art to scream.

The Place of The Skull | oil on canvas

JASMIN LEER | NETHERLANDS jl-artworks.nl

I dream of painting and then I paint my dream! My way of life is being creative. am a self thaight arist. My art is a spontaneous journey without a fixed result, every painting a mixture of emotions, techniques and materials. It’s all about intuitive painting.

Universe

JIRO ISHIHARA | JAPAN http://www.jiroishihara.net/

Jiro Ishihara is a contemporary artist living in Saitama prefecture, Japan. He was born near Tokyo in 1971. He works in the field of photography, video and new media, which are essential parts of his investigation of the notion of “How do I describe the relationship between objects and myself?”. His work seeks a more intimate relationship with the viewer’s experiences. In recent years, he has began to create photograph sculptures where the theme is the nature of photo media. Also, he is interested in the compound eyes of insects as a viewing system.

CX543_07JAN2019 | photo(face-mounted to 5mm acrylic)

JL-ARTWORKS | GERMANY www.jl-artworks.com

My way of life is being creative I’m a self taught artist. I have been creating art since I can think, always drawing and painting. It is something I enjoyed doing throughout my life. Nowadays I prefer to make large paintings in which I use different and modern techniques, especially using epoxy resin finish. I love to use materials that surround me in everyday life. In creating art I translate my personal emotions and life experience onto canvas.

Statement - “Don’t wear fur for fashion | Acrylic paint, tree bark, rabbit fur, textile, dried grass, buttons and epoxy resin


JOGICORNER | POLAND https://www.instagram.com/jogicorner/

Self taught artist from Poland, living in Netherlands. I love contrast, which is visible in my work. It is not present only in color but in form and emotion that is linked to it. Contrast translates into diversity. Simple form for complicated subjects that are present in our daily routine. Routine. Agility. Change. Flexibility. Light. I would like to invite you to join me. Presented artwork utilizes watercolor technique. Favorite techniques: oil on canvas watercolor Expression form: abstract Rainbow Dripping City | Watercolor on paper

JOI MURUGAVELL | AUSTRALIA www.joimurugavell.com

“Joi Murugavell is deeply moved by humour, strength and song lyrics. Her paintings are spontaneous and “on the spot” without too much prior planning and are collected by people in knowing need of a laugh.In 2018 Joi was invited by abc Gallery Seoul to have her first solo exhibition in Korea, debuting large paintings. She was part of a performance piece called ‘Ask Me Anything’ with the Museum Of Contemporary Art Australia’s Young Ambassadors Club in 2017. Joi has exhibited nationally and internationally in Australia, London, Mexico, New Zealand and Korea

Hungry Heart | Mixed media on canvas

LAURA ROMINU/JAN AANSTOOT | NETHERLANDS www.aanstoot.net

Laura: Nowadays Laura is creating ‘oversized’ portraits. This serie with the title ‘Expressions’ shows the secret of the inner soul of the woman with her individual expressions and emotions. Jan: Most of the time Jan is inspired by music. While painting you constantly come across new elements. Some of them are rejected others find an unexpected place in balance and harmony.

‘Expression’

LÉA NASNAS CHAMI | LEBANON www.leanasnas.com

Léa is a self taught artist who grew up in France and Norway after the divorce of her parents during the Lebanese civil war. She started to paint to express her suppressed emotions and often depicts hearts, wings and fireworks with bright and metallic colors or blue hues. Léa has a unique style that she describes as “emotion art”. She lets her inner child guide her hand when she paints and signs her artworks “Ley” by the short of her nickname “Leyouche”.

Mindfulness 3 | Acrylic on canvas


LEBHART | GERMANY lebhart@gmx.net

Inspired by Hyperrealism and pixelated imaging, the portraits are not a reproduction of a photography but an image that adds emotion and soul by giving a charming quality that does not exist in the original. The lack of the artist to see hints of color red and green are diminished by pixelating the portraits in geometric sections. This creates the illusion of a realistic portrait at a distance.

Sven | Acrylic on canvas

LINDAPATTY PIETER | NETHERLANDS lindapattypieter@gmail.com

As an artist i want to make people happy, using colours to feel women beautiful. Being creative, is the most happy feeling there is. Sketching and painting from inside your heart, to the outside on the canvas is such a tremendous feeling and before the endresult ready for a frame. I have been lucky and greatful to let people see what i do and where my talents will take me.

Red

LIVIU BALAC | ROMANIA www.liviubalac.com

“These are not sculptures, they are beings, the reflections of the infinite in my soul, the flamboyant shapes of the living consciousness, they reverberate to the encounter with the twin souls, inviting them to introspection.”

“Transcendence. Wood sculpture”

LOES VAN DELFT | THE NETHERLANDS www.loesvandelft.com

Crowned with the Best Global Artist Award at the Amsterdam International Art Fair in 2012, Loes van Delft has since become even more successful and a powerful key player in the art market. Her artworks are booming and becoming a huge investment for contemporary art collectors. The paintings of Loes van Delft combine an innocent quirkiness with a cheeky cartoon feel. Blurring the borders between fine brush strokes and commercialism the characters are endearing, charming and amazingly vivid. Over the years Loes developed her very recognizable character which she calls ‘Pjipje.’

Sweet Love | acrylic on wood


LOUISE GALEA | AUSTRALIA www.louisegalea.com

Icons. - The Human Condition. Religion. Hollywood. Light. Dark. Body. Soul. These concepts are a constant ever changing conundrum, in an age of global media, obsessed with celebrity and objects of desire. Is reality as we see it real, or is it us, living through others. The faces that we face are not the other’s, but our own, reflected. Icons are our reflection and we are theirs.

Untitled | Photography

LUBA DALCOLMO STUDIO & GALLERY | GERMANY dalcolmogallery.com

Luba Dalcolmo Studio & Gallery operates as both a nomadic and a studio gallery specialising in art and design. It was founded by artist and designer Luba Dalcolmo in 2015. Luba studied at the Royal Academy of Art in Mechelen, Belgium and later at the Art Institute of Boston, USA. The theme of the gallery’s curated booth is inspired by the 100th anniversary of Bauhaus and exhibits works by Luba Dalcolmo that blur the lines between art and design. The exhibit aims to demonstrate a transformation from painting subconsious thoughts on canvas to more three-dimensional and deliberate collages on paper.

Symphony | Mixed media collage on paper

LUCIA GLASS | SOUTH AFRICA artinprayer.com

Lucia Glass’ paintings are silent prayers. They are a diary of her spiritual journey, into the universal dance and the heart of life. She empties herself in her paintings. She captures, in her paintings, Zululand’s dawn, the beauty of the raw elements of earth, air, fire, and water. Lucia does so, with swirling, vibrant colors as she enters a love dance. This portrays the dawn of each individual also emerging into the same love dance of life. This spiritual dawn in her paintings is the discovery of life’s transcendent meaning: a common union with God and all beings.

Tongues of fire | Acrylic

MANUELA WENGER | CANADA Manuelawenger2/instagram

I am a visual artist living and working in Toronto,Canada. Using acrylic/ vintage vinyl covers I create abstract, imaginary portraits.

THE COLLECTOR HAS THE LAST LAUGH! | Acrylic/vintage vinyl cover (collage)


MARAM ALNEMER | SAUDI ARABIA maramalnemer@gmail.com

Maram’s line of work is centered on movement because it is a reflection of the deepest thoughts, deep rooted emotions that are attempting to break out. Her main inspiration comes from personal experiences. she reflects those emotions and thoughts through movement. By limiting her use of superficial factors to convey emotions, the main focus goes to body movement.
Maram’s main message is to express that emotions are universal and that her photography will work as a bridge between individuals; you are not alone with your emotions.

Introspect | Digital Photography printed on Acrylic

MARIA CLAUDINO | PORTUGAL marclaudino@gmail.com

Maria Claudino feels herself a co-creator of nature and so her still life acquires the features of the original creation, drawing her inspiration from Nature’s own pieces of art. Her works areas authentic and realistic as a photograph but the author is able to catch more than the photographic lens itself. This ability of using her colours and drawings to search the purity of her still life

Reflexes | Oil on linen

MARIA FATJÓ PARÉS | SPAIN https://www.mariafatjopares.com/

I´m a self-taught painter. As mostly naïve painters, I´m always learning while I go on painting my work. The main reference I had was Pere TornéEsquius (1879–1936), specially his eleven paintings about childhood that had decorated a child’s room. They caught my attention in a special way because of being dedicated to childhood. What I liked the most was that child and adult could gather to observe the paintings enjoyably. I try to get a kind of art that can be equally attractive to both child and adult. I would like to achieve an art for all.

We are Dutch II | Oil painting on canvas

MARYNA TIMCHENKO | UKRAINE https://www.facebook.com/15mt77

Ukrainian artist Marina Timchenko is also known as a photographer. Her graphics, painting and photography are filled with powerful sexual energy. The author is inspired by people and their feelings. She says about herself: “I would like to tell people that sex is not a taboo, but an important part of human life.”

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrel | canvas/oil


MATTHEW FITCH | AKA. FITCH | AUSTRALIA https://fitchart.tumblr.com/

Australian Artist, Matthew Fitch will be presenting contemporary artworks in the collection titled, ‘Groundwork Ochre’ at this year’s Amsterdam International Art Fair. ‘Groundwork Ochre’ is a collection of oil paintings, including original works of Oil on Linen and grounded pigments using bold Australian colours like ochre, orange, Pigment bleu sec and titanium whites. Fitch’s work seeks to describe some of the deeper meaning behind the colours of life we are all exposed to everyday, whilst displaying some of the intense landscape and colour that Australia naturally offers in an unique abstract way. Oil on Linen with Ochre

MATTHEW J. FROCK | USA matthewjfrock.com

My paintings come together like a wave crashing on paper. The initial marks are a fast, sloppy rumble followed by smaller, more calculated marks. A finished painting is usually made up of many waves. I adhere to three rules that create the natural aesthetic in my work: there are no mistakes; there are no marks too precious to be destroyed; and always react purely to instinct. Creating in this way allows for other forces of chance to involve themselves in my work. The mysteries of the creative process are what I find most fascinating.

The Grove | Artist-made acrylic paint on mounted paper. 100 x 61 cm

MAURICE VAN TILBURG - GLIMNE | NETHERLANDS www.mauricevantilburg.com

Decomplexify This newest art concept aims to reduce everyday complexity and ambiguity in our interactions to bold expressive paintings. As part of his personal learning Maurice van Tilburg-Glimne explores difficulties of combining our complex worlds with an increasing desire for sharing of simple messages. Feelings and in depth knowledge complexify our way of sharing and this concept aims to address that challenge. It decomplexifies...

Roof of my mouth

MELZER, ANDREAS | GERMANY andreasmelzerberlin.de

Born 1955 in Oberhausen, Germany. Living in Berlin. Student of Otto Mühl, M.Lüpertz, A.R.Penck. Nude drawing, studies of calligraphy, performing arts. Influenced by classical modernity. Specialised on nude drawing, portraits. A spontaneous, powerful expression is significant for the artist. It originates from a mixture of calligraphic, performative and narrative aspects.

head | china ink and acrylic on canvas


MICHAEL CHOI | HONG KONG https://www.instagram.com/paintineer_ing/

In these artworks, I inspired by the concepts from Hai Shang Academic art style, which is a kind of Ink wash painting style at the period of Impressionism in China. Combined the use of space from traditional eastern art and the use of textures from western art. All these paintings are started by random strokes, and I finish it until it becomes what I want in my mind, it can be a landscapes, a figure or anything else. I paint the feelings instead of subjects from the real world.

Above the horizon | Digital painting

MICHAL JAN BORUCKI | POLAND http://mborucki.pl/

Through my work, I try to sort out the mess of my thoughts and emotions, striving for balance that gives peace and reconciliation with internal dilemmas. Searching for understanding to the world around us, I also reveal personal reflections and experiences, leaving to recipient the field for their own interpretations and thoughts. I try to express the beauty in his versatility and reflect the complexity of the emotional human nature.

The Beginning

MICHELE LYSEK | SWITZERLAND https://www.michelelysek.art

I like to think of myself as a mill. The mill takes the power from the wind or the water, transforming the material, delivering the new, liberating the essence of something already existing. My work reflects the organic energy bounding and surrounding us. I’m just passing it on. This is me. Self taught. Love joy and provocation. Bold is not an option. Love my errors. My art is life, remixed.

You Are Free / The Unawareness Of In Between #5

MISS MAGENTA | POLAND miss-magenta.com

Joanna Mularska Born in Poland 1989. In 2013, she obtained her Master degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. Her field of interest is experimental painting and graphic techniques. Her art is in private collections in Poland. She is active as Miss Magenta since 2019. Lives and works in The Hague. “I modify image through repetitions, I emphasize gesture and colour, until literal understanding is melted. ...to escape narration, as far as possible from representation, only a natural energy of image counts- must be there once emotion message come exclusively from the heart”. Shimmer | acrylic, oil, resin on canvas


MIYU SHISHIDO,YURIKO YAMAMOTO, FUMIKA NARITA, PATRICK AUDEVARD, HIROAKI MATSUSHIMA | JAPAN https://www.asahiyama-art.com/

ASAHIYAMA ART was founded in 1959 with the aim of contributing to the development of domestic art and culture, developed as an art salon where cultural people and celebrities from various fields gather and enjoy ceramics. Now, we are developing activities as an international art group that artists in diverse fields work on expressions through interdisciplinary approaches. Most of works are created in Kamakura, Japan and France.

Blue Lily

MOMO MENG | CHINA www.momomeng.com

I love exploring deep emotions of humans and animals, expressing them in my art. I create my works to be the voice for the voiceless,the powerless, the hopeless, in order to fight against the absurd, the violence and inequalities. I wish my creations could raise audience’s awareness, be the standing point to fight for a better future, a better society which has variety, equality, healthy environment, and respect for all beings.

The Trilogy of Society - Breeding Lab | Digital print on archival fine art paper

MONICA A-C LINDHE | SWEDEN maclindheart.wordpress.com

MacLindhe, ie. Monica Ann-Christin Lindhe, works only with her own photos, making digital photomontage in several layers. She is trained in different art techniques and has exhibited her works in different countries since 2011, and has participated in many juried exhibitions. The artworks are often surrealistic with a thin line between imagination and reality. They are printed in small limited editions on FineArtPaper

Stranded

NAIMA KARIM | NETHERLANDS www.naimakarim.com

The sky is full of dreams. I discovered this as a child growing up in Bangladesh observing the sky as it constantly changed the colours and the expressions with it. I have recovered from a neurological disorder which left me completely paralysed. It took me one and half year to walk again. When I was lying in bed my only dream was to run across the grass field and look at the beautiful sky. After graduating in Fine Arts I moved to the Netherlands. I work with watercolor, acrylic and Oil. My works are sometimes realistic, sometimes impressionistic or abstract. Skyscape | Oil on canvas


NATALIE OTALORA | NETHERLANDS www.natalieotalora.com

Dynamic, vibrant and full of energy, are the words that mostly describe Natalie Otalora’s artworks. Layering, collaging and the use of bright colors and neons are key to most of her compositions. She has a big fascination for layering and collages; combining images of any kind to create new worlds and tell new stories is something that transports her to another dimension. She uses magazines, newspapers or any type of printed or digital material combined with her owned designed stencils and lots of typography to create her mesmerizing compositions.

Through the garden of Eden | Fine art paper, print, Spray paint, Diamond dust, frame, museum glass

ORIGINALARTBYCC | INDIA chandrashish.c@gmail.com

My artwork brings Indian essence through paintings talking of the roots and diversity of the continent. Figurative contemporary art is what I love doing.

Inner Peace

OSCAR OF NEW ORLEANS | UNITED STATES www.oscarofneworleans.com

All of the designs are custom made by me of colorful hand cut bits of acrylic resin that are then fused to make a variety of fun and whimsical designs. The items that i make range from pins and earrings to larger wall art. Each piece is handmade and unique.

Rainbow Fish

PARUL SRIVASTAVA | SINGAPORE www.parulsrivastava.com

Born 1981, Parul Srivastava is Singaporean artist of Indian Origin. She is Management Professional and follows her passion in Art.. She studied “Western Abstract Art” at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA). Her Artistic practices embrace paintings, drawing, and mixed media. Her works are inspired by Nature and inner emotions. Textures and Bold colours are her signature. She has participated in International art shows, symposiums and festivals in Singapore, India, South-Korea, USA, Phillipines, Spain, Italy, Rome etc. Her works are in collection of Haugeumgang Theme museum, South-Korea. She has received recognition awards for her work like Intenationalprize-Velazquez, Artistoftheyear-2018, InternationalprizeMichelangelo. In search of my soul | Acrylic Mixed media on canvas


PATRICIA HEUKER OF HOEK | NETHERLANDS worldoftries.com

As an artist, I create images that speak about the fragility of nature, of life, of us. My subjects seem easi- ly damaged, broken or harmed, but they have a lot of strength within them. Part of the creating process, is watching my teenage daughters grow up, to become strong self-respecting girls, with respect for the planet they live on.

Fragile - Plastic | Photographic art

PETER ANTON, WILLI SIBER, ROBERT STENG, SAMI LUKKARINEN, HARALD SCHMITZ-SCHMELZER, MARCK, DANIEL CHERBUIN | GERMANY www.galerie-braunbehrens.de

Founded in 1978 the gallery was run in Munich and moved in 2015 to Stuttgart. Since the foundation, app. 180 shows have been held in the gallery and have been presented at major national and international art fairs. The gallery’s spectrum has been consistently expanded to include young up-andcoming names as well as the latest trends in international contemporary art.

Willi Siber: Wall Object, 2018, Wood, PIR, Emulsion, 25 x 35 x 17 cm

PIETER ANTONIE | NETHERLANDS www.beeldenatelierpierre.nl

Stone violin which can be played. * Carved in Alabaster stone * Handmade * Actual violin size * Unique Alabaster artwork * Weight – 2.75 kg. * Wall thickness – 2.5-3.0 mm * Hollowed violin form * Original violin playing parts

Stone violin playable

RACHEL HOPE ALLAN | NEW ZEALAND www.rachelhopeallan.com

Blurring boundaries between human and animal Rachel Hope Allan’s Tintypes are pulled from memories of veterinary visits, tours of local meat-works and recollections of her own white leather leash. As a darkroom alchemist and appographer, collector and purveyor of snippets of light, she engages with different modes of image production and their associated values exploring the ongoing collision between the real and the simulated, the fetishization of processes, animals and objects. Rachel deploys methods that force code into chemistry, uses Apps that mimic technically obsolete photography and augments traditional chemical photography.

gateway drugs & shopping malls | Tintype


RAQUEL PONCELA | SPAIN www.raquelponcela.com

Born and raised in Valladolid, Spain, I currently live and work as an engineer in The Netherlands. Self-taught, I developed a love for art as far back as I can remember, but I started to paint more seriously in my late thirties. Inspired by vibrant color combinations, light, pattern and music, I infuse my work with a sort of freedom that allows me to form surprising figurative and expressionist compositions.

Winter | Acrylic on canvas

RICHARD REUYS | GERMANY https://richardreuys.com

Richard Reuys is a German artist, born in 1982. Reuys creates a resonant visual language that reflects many of the contemporary societal and cultural issues. In his colorful, provocative works he addresses the viewers with partly severe and partly humorous means to persuade them to look thoroughly into the often serious topics treated in his art. Depending on each idea, he uses different techniques and materials to express his intentions. Richard Reuys is a passionate and versatile artist, who does not just create (beautiful) pictures, but above all wants to convey a message and inspire the viewer to think.

Threat (Pink Version) | Acrylic on Canvas

RIMA CHAHINE | CANADA RimaChahine.com

Rima Chahine is an intuitive abstract artist pursuing a simple yet deep and emotional connection to the world which is expressed in her art encompassing her passionate soul and sensitivity. Painting for her is an intimate endeavor with no fear of failure and no forced destination but a flow experience of thoughts, colors, and feelings that breathe soul into her finished piece. Her work is widely admired, her upcoming solo exhibition is in Dubai on November 2019 in Andakulova Gallery.

The Art Of Us | Acrylic on canvas

ROMI DOBROTA | CANADA www.romeofineart.com

Statement for Amsterdam, Without any doubt, I was born to do sculptures, paintings, design. Art is my life. I studied in Europe and Canada: sculpture, design, paintings, mosaic, cartoon and Byzantine art. In my paintings you find 3D elements inspired from sculpture! I’m fascinated by Universe, Galaxy, Space, Time, Life, Infinite, Light, Soul, History! In 1990, Through my artwork I bring the outside in, and make people much happy and reduce the stress! In 2019 I exposed at Toronto, Tokyo, Barcelona, Amsterdam and I will expose to: Paris-Louvre, , Singapore, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, London, Monaco, Thanks Amsterdam. www.romeofineart.com

Flying, Acrylic on canvas, 24x48 inch | Acrylic on canvas


RSTEPA | NETHERLANDS www.rstepa.com

Interpretations is the name of a series of Giclée Art Prints. The artworks are created using stream of consciousness illustration inspired by still-life paintings of flowers featured in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Abraham Mignon

SABINE LECLERCQ HAANAES | BELGIUM Stanfcal@yahoo.com

Fascinated by the power of colors, Sabine Haanaes is a Belgian artist who experienced an urge to paint to represent visually what she felt over a decade ago. Freestyle painting is her passion: she refuses to limit her creation to a single type of paint or tool. Constantly inspired by her surroundings, she paints to express and loves to make different materials work together harmoniously. She is driven by the words of a friend: “if someone were to ask me what your painting style is” Her answer would be: “ask my pencil, it is the one that decides ! “

Blue | Mixed media

SAI KUMAR | INDIA jasaikumar@gmail.com

After fifteen long years gap I started my passion again. My oil paintings are by means of real intuitive technique methods used, where no usage of previous sketches or ideas sometimes, just skill for reinvention. The creative and prime objective of my work is to “make something beautiful out of pettily alluring.”Finding a way to replicate or to recreate the effects of transparency, especially with oil colour, was victory for me. The labour is shown through my hard work, stroke upon layers can be visualised in the completed art work. My tableau explores, dedication and how hard to work with.

DARE TO TOUCH | FRAMED OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS BOARD

SANDRA IAFRATE | CANADA www.sandraiafrate.com

Sandra Iafrate is a Canadian painter who creates intricate compositions with a dramatic and personified presence of nature. Her work is alive with colour and movement with complex compositions that bring the viewer on a journey going beyond the boundaries of the canvas. Sandra Iafrate is the recipient of an International Artist Magazine finalist award and has also received recognition from the Canadian government for her work in the arts. Sandra Iafrate divides her time between two studios, one in Canada and one in the US. Her original and published work is exhibited and sold internationally.

Floral Dance | oil on canvas


SAO FAN LEONG | MACAU imak418@hotmail.com

Sao Fan Leong, Sophie is PhD student in Tatung University. She works predominantly in illustration. Her illustration from “Melting world” series has been selected for the “ Latin American Illustration 3” chosen winner in 2014. She exhibited in London, Venice, Barcelona,Taiwan and Macau.

The Devils’ temptation | Ink & poster color

SARAH MULLIGAN | UNITED STATES www.artistsarahmulligan.com

My canvas is intricately woven pieces of metal, intertwined into a beautiful chaos that leaves the mind to see what it wants to see. It is unique in that I bring a feminine touch to a masculine trade by using a welder. I am a self taught action painter and my inspiration comes from the music I listen to as I create my masterpieces.

Genie Out of the Bottle

SHEFALIART | INDIA shefaliart@gmail.com

Found peace in colours, got lost in the paintings. Just a freelance artist who likes to experiment with colours since childhood. Despite being a science student, she opted for an artistic field. She has had the experience of six exhibitions at places such as Leela Kempensky (1999) and World Art Dubai in 2018 and has her next exhibition in Amsterdam International in the August of 2019. She professionally began painting in 1995 and since then has been selling independently via her contacts to various interior designers. She has made collections of varying genre, ranging from classical to abstract and from wall murals to sculptures.

Delights Of Colours. | Oil Colours on canvas.

SILVIA MARIA HECHER | AUSTRIA www.Silvia-Maria-Hecher.at

Silvia Maria Hecher working as an artist in photography and Poetry in Vienna/ Austria, since 2004. About 60 solo Shows and participations in group exhibitions in Austria, Hungary, Italy, Miami, Texas, London and artfairs at Art Expo New York, Carousel de Louvre (Paris), Spectrum Miami, Cannes Artfair, Art San Diego, Art Collect Teheran

My Mind is closed


SLOANE ADAMS | USA www.sloaneadams.com

Sloane Adams is a young, progressive American metalsmith with a uniquely raw style that delivers a sense of energy and narrative passion through award-winning sculpture. Studying at a range of Art Institutes around the world, Sloane began pursuing a career as an artist. She honed her skills in the studio developing a signature style of metalsmithing. That talent and skill, combined with strong and sometimes taboo narratives, seems to not only offer an intimate connection between the viewer and the piece, but it can also bring to light important social issues that now face us in the 21st Century.

Rebel No.1 | Copper/ Bronze

STEVEN THOELEN - EMOFRAGMATOR | BELGIUM www.steventhoelen.com

S.T., alias EMOFRAGMATOR, is best known for his fine art photography that portrays a fantasy experience through ‘a chain in wonder’. His elaborate compositions consist of emotional shots that depict the heat of the moment in a narrative story. Artworks that unfailingly add moments of drama to interiors, an ingredient that he regards as vital. His new media art projects are guided by the design aesthetics and flamboyant fashions of the period, with digital artworks containing up to 20 photos, all photographed by the artist himself. He seeks to break with tradition and reset the interior mood with his creations.

RANDOM FOMO | Fine Art Photography in Diasec (257x187cm)

SWAPNA NAMBOODIRI | INDIA namboodiri.swapna@gmail.com

‘Every bit of plastic once created,still lives on the earth surface’. This intimidating fact on plastic pollution motivated me to work on re-purposed plastics. Since 3 years I have been working with discarded plastics to make artworks, through which I hope to spread the awareness on plastic pollution. Each textural element on my sculptural artworks are made from re-purposed plastics, which would have otherwise added up our carbon footprint.

Deep Greens | Repurposed Plastics

TARJA LAINE | THE NETHERLANDS tarjalaine.exto.org

Tarja Laine’s paintings explore the colours, patterns, forms, and rhythms of nature. By means of keen observation, she aims to understand her own perceptual engagement with the organic world. Not only does this demonstrate why nature is always a fascinating subject matter for a painter, but also that paintings are more than just representations insofar as they embody ways of seeing, thinking, and feeling about their topic. As a result of this ‘seeing-feelingly’ Laine’s paintings often emerge between figuration and abstraction, being responses in colour and line to the materiality of organic forms in the visible world.

New Forest II | Oil on linen


TIM HUDSON | UK / NETHERLANDS www.thud.nl

Investigations into colour, space and surface. On canvases based on the dimensions of my own body, I create visual journeys through thick layers of colour juxtaposed against translucent panels and wafer thin membranes. Each work is fuelled by my fascination of the virtual spaces of modern technology, from the illusion of the network space, down to the quantum level of quarks and qbits. Some pieces consist only of hanging paint (no canvas) a thin surface reflecting light onto the surface behind, demanding more space than the physicality of the paint itself.

Process refined | Golden medium on canvas

TUNIKOV ANDREI | RUSSIA www.tunikov.com

Live material for live sculpture. Wood is the best material for my works. Its warmth, character and pliability open up endless possibilities for fantasy and for the creation of animalistic sculptures. Demanding and fragile, wood disciplines the artist who opted to create with a chisel in hand, inspires a serious and respectful attitude to the creative process, as well as to the object to be depicted. Love and admiration for the model, whether it is an eagle soaring in the sky or a salmon swimming in the river, enjoin the artist to be careful and attentive. That is why it takes one to one and a half years to create a sculpture. And that is fair. Art must be honest. GOLDEN EAGLE HUNTING A VIPER | Wood

UGOKUE STUDIO | JAPAN & NETHERLANDS Ugokuestudio@gmail.com

Present contemporary art from Japanese young artists at AIAF.

Untitled | Oil paint ,oil bar,acrylic paint on leathers

VALENTINA ANDREE | GERMANY www.vrvalentina-art.com

Valentina Andrees is an award-winning artist, born in the Ukraine, currently living in Hamburg Germany. She was introduced to painting by her father and siblings at the age of 5. At this early stage of her life she discovered a new world of colours and forms giving her a way to express emotions on a canvas. She favours oil painting on large-format canvases. Striking and very accentuated - this applies to her work. The paintings are characterised by a special drama of light and colours. Her portraits showing a symbiosis of women and animals continue to captivate their viewers.

Emily in Colors | Oil on canvas


VICTORIA UDALOVA | RUSSIA www.udalova-art.com

«In our time of information technology, computer graphics and conceptual art, where the viewer can only guess, that wanted to paint an artist, you begin to understand the value of figurative art and skills to represent professionally human’s body in motion: his personality, beauty, energy. Victoria Udalova – member of Union of Russian artists and professional painter. After graduating from the Saratov art school and Academy by Stroganov, she continues the tradition of realistic art in her own manner. Her models are dancers, boxers and other people, who know how to show your feelings with body language»Magazine «IMRULS plus» №182016

Morning | oil on canvas

VLADIMIR KUCHUKOV | UKRAINA vladimirgallery@gmail.com

Texturalism / TXTism /- form of modeling the visual space

composition | mixed textura,canvas,oil,acrylic, 80x140cm

YOANNA NOBEL | NETHERLANDS www.yoannanobel.com

The theme of this series of paintings is called, ‘Behind the Curtains’. In my work I am inspired by the inner world of man. My technique and choice of materials depends on the subject and the characters on my canvas. With my work I try to visualize the duality between the visible and the invisible world. With my work I invite everyone to do introspection.

Repentance | acrylic paint, sawdust, and oilpaint on canvas

YOUNG AH AHN | SOUTH KOREA cafe.naver.com/galleryartistroom

My work is based on photographs and drawings I collected while traveling. There are new and unusual landscapes from what I rearrange in the canvas. In addition, a space called a canvas is a sort of collection’s box. I named it as “Landscapes’ cabinet.”

Landscapes’ cabinet | Digital painting


YUANCHI | TAIWAN http://yuanchi.myportfolio.com

YuanChi, a full-time illustrator based in Taiwan. Works include children’s books and commercial illustrations. Mostly paint with watercolor, people said that her artworks are full of warmth. Has been shortlisted for many international illustration competition, such as Communication Arts, 3x3 Illustration, Global Art Award, etc.

Kiss | watercolor

YUDKIN IGOR | RUSSIAN https://www.laniakea.site/

Igor Yudkin, painter, engraver, art collector of the first half of the XXI century. 5 years he studied at the Theater Art School №60, left there with a specialty artist-technologist. From 2008 to the present day I work in the studio of the Moscow artist Valery I. Babin. From 2009 to 2015 he studied at the full-time department of MGUP (Seal of Ivan Fedorov), by specialty graphic artist. He joined the Moscow Union of Artists, the graphics section, the Moscow Print Association and the Union of Artists of Russia. Since 2018, one of the artists of the group Laniakea.

Poplar. Early summer | 2018. Synthetic, oil. 106x53

YUMIN-CHANG | TAIWAN vianne1108@gmail.com

Doctoral Student of the Graduate Institute of Design Science, Tatung University Assistant professor, Department of Material and Textiles, Oriental Institute of Technology Coquettish Dadaocheng On the theme of Taipei City, Taiwan, “Fashion Illustration” series with the theme of humanistic scenery, temple architecture, picture image and people’s life of different times in Taipei’s Centennial City Dadaocheng is the old city in Taipei in 1920 Dadaocheng ‘s rich and diverse cultural heritage accepts the ancient city of Taipei from China, Japanese and Western Europeanization to create a million customs feeling.

The girl of Dadaocheng | ACRYLIC

ZEIKO DUKA | GREECE https://www.instagram.com/dukazeiko/

One might say that art and music share many parallels. Just as a piece of music many components to work in unison, art relies on venous factors coming together to form a visual symphony. London based artist Zeiko Duka cries out to her audience thought her magnificent, musical composition of lyrical colour. Born in Georgia, Zeiko’s pieces celebrate the human form, with a tasteful blend of contrasting colours and light. Free from the superfluous veneer that is common amongst the theme’s she frequents, she lets the colour and subjects speak for themselves.

Bohemian | Oil on canvas


ZELJKA PAIC | BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA paiczeljka87@gmail.com

As an artist and architect, Zeljka Paic combines her two professions creating an original style in painting. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts (2015) and Faculty of Architecture (2011). The primary goal is to find a balance between art and mathematics, between rational and emotional. The viewers can feel the atmosphere in the painting through colors and have intellectual satisfaction from geometry. Zeljka Paic exhibited her artworks locally and internationally. Featured in: The Guardian ‘The Future of Art – in Pictures’, The World of Interiors Magazine, Art Aesthetics Magazine ‘The Top 5 Artists at The Other Art Fair London 2017’.

Construction | Acrylic on Canvas


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