Explore Nadja Farah Bratland Asghar’s emotive art that delves into human emotions and connection. Join “Salon de Refusées” to empower female artists.
In ‘Exchange Currencies,’ Natasha Lelenco crafts a bold narrative through wooden coins, reflecting on identity and the elusive concept of value. Her work stands as a profound invitation to reassess our understanding of art’s worth and societal belonging.
Immerse in the spiritual cartography of Vanessa Kirsch Geb. Mendola’s ‘Kartographie des Schicksals’, where each stroke uncovers the sacred links to our inner selves.
Delve into Lola Muñoz’s ‘cosmic traveller,’ where art becomes an altar to the sacred cycles of nature and the stars above.
Lakshmi Nagaraj’s artcaptures the whispers of the forgotten, stitching together a world where every piece of paper tells a tale.
Venture into Sara Owusu-Ansah’s visual narratives, where each layer is a revelation, and each color tells a story of life’s intricate emotional weave.
Immerse in Annekatrin Pischelt’s ‘Woanders’, a portrayal of feminine reflection and the breaking free from archaic confines.
Giselle Rosenthal’s sculpture ‘Let It Out’ is a tangible contemplation on the balance of permanence and transience, nature and fabrication.
Discover Runa (aka Rute Norte)’s bold statement in Salon de Refusées, a captivating expression of defiance and identity. Her words paint a vivid, unapologetic portrait of an artist challenging norms. Read on for a journey into the heart of artistic rebellion.
In the hidden depths of Sandra Sagan’s “She flies” each stroke uncovers the silent struggles of femininity against a tempest of emotions. This canvas whispers the untold stories of resilience behind societal masks.
Enter the world of Irina Tall Novikova, where the mythical ‘Sirin’ takes shape in ink, showcasing the harmonious blend of art with nature’s splendor.
Bilge Ugursu’s work is a quest to unravel the intertwining of art perception and mental health, a poignant exploration that questions, how the perception of art relates to the mental state of its viewers.