Ricardo Cardenas |Mexico

Ricardo Cárdenas is a successful emerging artist born in México. His career is growing as his exhibitions and rising popularity demonstrate. On his artworks Cardenas expresses his feelings and beliefs, connecting in media and technique with his career as construction engineer. He cleverly uses building materials, such as concrete and …

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Juan Luis Perez |Cuba

Experimentation in Art and Life by Piter Ortega Nunez Juan Luis Pérez (Havana, 1970) is a profoundly anti-academic, irreverent and rebellious artist. He creates uncomfortable works, difficult to place in labels so admired by critics.  His work is contrary to the notion of unique and “personal style.”  His art is chameleon–like, …

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Hugo Diaz | Venezuela

Hugo Diaz, born in San Cristóbal, Táchira State, Venezuela, in 1965, lives in Miami, FL, since 2003. A self-taught artist, he has a degree in Engineering of Computer Systems from the Metropolitan University, Caracas, Venezuela. Diaz also went to several universities to tackle diverse career studies, such as the Cristóbal …

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Lolo Loren | The Netherlands

Lolo Loren, born Lise Lorraine Gelderman, in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, signs her art with LL that stands for all the L’s in her names and life. Today, Lolo lives at Ibiza with her children. Inspired by the island, the light, the objectivity of the people, the absolute tranquility versus the bohemian …

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J. Margulis | Venezuela

“Eppur si muove…” (And yet it moves…) Galileo Galilei, 1564-1682 Margulis (b. Caracas 1970) presents his kinetic sculptures colorful or monochrome, in which color and transparency create a surprising effect of change and movement that will transport the viewer to a new dimension. J. Margulis is a multitalented artist that …

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