Santiago Insignares is the young and smiling artist that I met in 2017 at ArtSpan, in San Francisco. He speaks English, Spanish and Italian, that's how we started talking in the first place. Santiago is a sculptor with a multicultural background and lots to talk about. Instead of words, he uses
Ok, I want to make an essential introduction: to appreciate David Mithra's work you need to unearth the Dada spirit from your subconscious; everyone has got one. It manifests in the attraction for the “horrid”, in the instinct to voyeurism, it comes alive in the veins of narcissism that pulsate, occasionally.
My heart jumped, I thrust open my eyes and a voice in my mind shouted “It is not possible!”. It wasn't a tragedy, it was Love at first sight, a feeling similar to the one you can experience watching the
Anne Manley and Francisco Coloane One of my favorite games is finding connections between subject apparently extraneous. More the subjects are different for essence and matter, more I have fun. Though in this case the connections between Anne Manley's paintings and Francisco Coloane's stories revealed themselves almost immediately. Both the american
Ester Grossi is a pretty girl, with a frail physic and slight features. Black hair and big dark eyes, porcelain complexion. The first time I met her she reminded me of Amelie, the character of the French movie that seems to have
Giordano Biondi is an artist that I had the luck to meet and to work with a while ago. We met during my first exhibition at the Make Your Mark Gallery in Melbourne, and after a couple of words of presentation we ended up talking about our vision of Nature. Mine