artists

Bruna Rotunno lives between Europe and Asia. After graduating in psychology, she started to be interested in photography, particularly in the portraits, fashion images and video art. She collaborates with several magazines, including Vogue. Her art, including portraits and landscapes, transcends genres and alternates pictorial sensibility to the immediacy of reportage, preserving the integrity of the subject photographed. Her vision is developed on Stories Telling of reality, propulsive element of investigation and research, captured in deeply emotional images.  read more

 

Cesare Callegari, born 1974, graduate in Art and Communication. It’s strictly from the communication that all
his work about art starts from. He’s always interested in creating social objects. Art as a way to describe his life and the lives of the people around him, taken by the places where he lives and has lived. He uses a mix of tecniques, focused mostly on 3D objects where he works on different scales. He uses plaster of different texutures, artificial self made resins, different kind of metal wires and nails, paper, varnish and acrilic paints. read more

 

Emanuele Ravagnani, born in 1989, graduates at Accademia delle Belle Arti of Brera, Milano, in 2013. He uses a mix of techniques, ranging from painting to material assembly and collage, from oil-based paints to natural pigments, objects recovering, B/W photographs that he develops on his own in a darkroom, to redefine the space-time dimension by relocating the objects themselves. His elective territory veers on graphics, with the production of big and medium size works on canvas, with lines defining utopian architectures hidden by a haze of color. read more

 

Gabriele « Gabo » Dal Dosso, born in Italy in 1978, applies the meditative practice to art, in a plastic research headed to the transformation of a philosophical idea in a tangible object. Thus was born the CUBI DI GABO series. The artist, at the origin of his reflection, takes the cue from the Möbius strip structure. In CUBO DI GABO are the dichotomies in/out, open/closed, finite/infinite to fall apart, losing their known connotations and boundaries. CUBO DI GABO is a geometric alchemy, a particular case of squaring the circle, long time sought, projecting who manipulates the object … read more

 

Ilaria Bochicchio was born in 1988, graduated at the European Design Institute in Rome in 2010 and moved to Milan the following year, where she attended the Faculty of Modern Letters and Mi / Master.She began her career as an illustrator and graphic designer by publishing books such as « Adrian wants to go to school », adopted by Amnesty International for the value of its social content, and Luciano Minerva’s novel « A lifetime is not enough. Memories from a Metamorphosis ». Her illustrations were published in several magazines: NuRant, Hestetika, Liber, Corriere della Sera’s blog. read more

 

Isaac Cordal is a sculpture artist from Spain currently living in Bruxelles. His sculptures take the form of little people sculpted from concrete in ‘real’ situations. Cordal manages to capture a lot of emotion in his vignettes, in spite of their lack of detail or colour. He is sympathetic toward his little people and we empathise with their situations, their leisure time, their waiting for buses and their more tragic moments such as accidental death, suicide or family funerals. His sculptures can be found in gutters, on top of buildings, on top of bus shelters – in many unusual and unlikely places in the capital.  read more

 

Max Blotas is a French artist, born in 1993 and studying at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (the School of Fine Arts) in Paris. He works in his studio at the Fine Arts, where he develops protean artworks. Max oscillates between the production of mechanical-electronical machines and a constant practice in drawing. His steel mechanical volumes, like boxes-suitcases, play the role of containers for miniaturized and inaccessible spaces. Deliberately cold, his sculptures question the invariable idea of infinity in the form of continuous rotation. read more

 

After graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2009 with a degree in Graphic Design specializing in experimental image making, Production Q’s founder Queenie Rosita Law worked in Paris, where she honed her fascination with the unobserved moments of reality and how they are expressed visually in conjunction with her own perception of life. Since then, she has included Hong Kong Fashion Week, DNA Galleria, Pedder Red, and Moiselle among her clients as a freelance photographer and image maker. read more

 

Franco Swiss artist, born in Paris in 1963; based in Hong Kong. Following ethnological and social studies, Rose Morant entered the creative side of fashion and simultaneously travelled exten sively throughout Asia. She became a creative supplier to the very best European luxury brands due to her expertise of Asian crafts and skills. Research and development have been her primary activities for the last twenty years parallel to having her own accessories brand Rose Morant in Paris.  read more

 

Silvia Coccaglio, born in 1981, became fond of photography at the early age of six, thanks to her mom. Her photography is an integral part of her everyday life, it portrays and treats her moods, still on the other side of the lens the tirelessly carries with her. She assiduously takes part in the various competitions and Vogue Photo, first, selects her work and, seeing her photography approved, she decides to take up the way of art. Silvia Coccaglio’s photographic series have the common denominator of a moment, the instant when something catches her attention,… read more