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© Susanna Costantini
Susanna Costantini

Weaving binary sistems

Susanna Costantini - Italian , Abruzzo

Susanna Costantini is an Italian textile artist making hand-woven works. The approach followed aims to highlight the exceptional value that comes from the interaction between hands and materials. Her idiom of weaving reflects an investigation on the irreplaceable narrative power of hands, on their own ability to pass on knowledge and stories

© Julie Mehretu

Depiction of Social Behavior

Julie Mehretu – American, New York, b.1970
Represented by Marian Goodman Gallery, New York,

Born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Julie Mehretu is known for her multi-layered paintings of abstracted landscapes on a large scale. Her paintings, drawings, and prints depict the cumulative effects of urban sociopolitical changes. Mehretu is included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020.”In exploring palimpsests of history, from geological time to a modern day phenomenology of the social, Julie Mehretu’s works engage us in a dynamic visual articulation of contemporary experience, a depiction of social behavior and the psychogeography of space”.©Julie Mehretu – Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery.

© Michael Wolf

Gimme Shelters

Michael Wolf - American, New York area, b.1961.

Michael Wolf is an NYC area artist whose work encompasses sculpture, installation, and drawing. Architectural spaces and forms inspire Wolf's artwork. He uses these forms as a metaphor for the human experience. The human need for shelter both physically and psychologically permeates his work. The artist primarily uses wood, stone, metal, and gold leaf, creating contemporary art with an ongoing dialogue with history.

© Nigel Cooke

Matrix of lines

Nigel Cooke – British, Manchester, b.1973 Represented by PACE Gallery , New York

Nigel is an acclaimed figurative artist known for his large-scale fantastical scenes of decaying urban landscapes.” I am interested in taking the painting on a journey to arrive at somewhere new, experiencing it in a linear way that allows lines to accumulate and the paint to build up in significant areas. What I end up with is not strictly a figure but a matrix of lines that come in and out of a description of human forms, but that also slips into animal, plant, and landscape intonations.” Nigel Cooke.