Julia Apostolidou’s “divine” challenges traditional beauty narratives with its bold representation of the female form. This piece, blending oil and oil pastels, confronts societal pressures and the male gaze, advocating for self-confidence and agency. Apostolidou’s departure from hyperrealism in this work spotlights the beauty in imperfection, urging a reevaluation of beauty standards and self-worth.
Laura Aranda’s “Intertwined II,” featured in krautART’s “Salon de Refusées,” is a thought-provoking art print. Aranda delves into dream interpretation and the human figure, unearthing emotions from nostalgia to fear. Her versatile style, influenced by various art movements, oscillates between abstraction and figuration, offering deep introspection and connection.
Explore Nadja Farah Bratland Asghar’s emotive art that delves into human emotions and connection. Join “Salon de Refusées” to empower female artists.
Enter Alice Cuenot’s realm with “Capirona,” a canvas that not only paints but breathes the spirit of healing and the wild.
Experience the transient beauty of memory in Maja Neuhaus’s ‘Himbeergedanken im Rauschen,’ a canvas echoing with the whispers of the past.
Immerse in Annekatrin Pischelt’s ‘Woanders’, a portrayal of feminine reflection and the breaking free from archaic confines.
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.
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.
Immerse in the kaleidoscope of Nikolina Webers’ ‘Rausch’, an oil pastel odyssey that captures the euphoria and ennui of contemporary life.
Discover Maria Who’s ‘Heaviness’, a tapestry of oil where dreams and reality merge in a raw exploration of the soul.
Leigh Witherell’s art, a tender portrayal of love and loss, uses sensuality to weave a narrative of raw human emotion and the quest for healing.
Jingwen Yao compels us through her art to look closer, to see the invisible threads that connect us to our environment and to each other.