What’s Art in our days?
Art means passion, a way of expression, a message without words.
This is our 10 favourite emergent artists:
ACTION DRAWING: HERO
They are an artistic group (formed by four people) from Korea who express their art not just painting. Their shows are based on music, dance, acrobatics and, of course, comedy. They don’t look just to entertain, they also want to bring out the hero and the child everyone has in the heart.
Use 10 different painting techniques on the stage to re-born the famous “heros” of the world as Michael Jackson or Ché Guevara.
They made a tour around the world from Hong Kong to LA.
Here is the cover letter of these amazing and artistic group, enjoy!
NADIA JANJUA: http://nadiajart.com/
She’s an emerging artist, but also architect and art educator in Washington. Nadia startup an art and design-based business in 2011, called Nadia J. Art, where she brings out her passion of beautify the world with her own hands, combined with her fascination of design and technology led.
Her art is inspired by her deeply spiritual and emotional connection to her faith, and the human life’s experiences (from chaos to beauty): “All of my art work is very personal to me, and essentially it is my soul coming through. I learned how to express myself with colors and forms before I did with words, so painting and drawing have really been a natural extension of my hands and inner workings.”
Nadia has been exhibiting her art over the past ten years around United States and more recently, internationally. She contributes annually to charity events.
ZLATA JAANIMAGI http://www.zlataart.com/
She’s from Estonia. Since her early childhood she has been very into art, but she also studied multimedia, film and theatre. And she’s been working as an Art Director for an adversiting agency. In 2013, before moving to Stockholm, she’s been six years in Helsinki dedicated to her art full-time.
Zlata likes to let all her feelings go in her art. She likes to experiment with colors, shapes and mix different art styles. Her paintings have positive energy (makes them easy to relate). Often complex ideas that springs from her own inner feelings, her state of mind and also her fantasies, dreams and illusions. The brushstrokes she does are dynamic, with a strong rhytm, but never aggressive.
“There’s no art without fantasy”
SABIRE KOZAN http://cargocollective.com/virginiegalas
She was born in 1978 in Marseille. After studying Visual Art at the University of Provence, she never stopped painting. She now works in an ecstatic work, complex, coherent and deeply poetic. There’s not many information about her yet so here are few of her paints:
MARA ALVES http://www.maraalves.com/
She was born in Lisbon on March 21, 1981. At the soon age of 10 years old, she realized art was her path. Mara was training with few different artist, first in porcelain and pottery, then fine arts, going through materials and techniques of artistic expression. Mara picks up small experiences in her day-to-day, using figurative passionate, colorist and experimentalist to create her works.
She participated in few international contests since 2004, where was selected in several, and won an honorable mention in the 4th BIENNIAL OF VISUAL ARTS SANTA CATARINA DA SERRA 2007.
She has been the last ten years teaching in different fine arts schools, also courses of Painting and Drawing, to finally get her own space, “A ARTE TEM LUGAR” (www.facebook.com / aartetemlugar): “where I give training and coordinate the activities of the artistic space and where I have been privileged to share the art with others, at the same time devoted every minute working to get power and go beyond valuing my artwork individually”