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Eva Maria Espejo


Artist and Designer

Eva Maria Espejo (Eva Mirror) is an international Artist currently based in Switzerland originally from Spain, now using more Digital than Painting but in both with an unique and Pop-psychedellic naïf style. She has academic achievements in Editorial (as Graphic Designer) or tec
hnical in Stage with some years in Sociology that made in her a base to grow up and investigate different fields like Theatre, Music or Dance. Influenced since the early time of 19 years old for artists like Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Maruja Mayo, Judy Chicago, Klimt, Mucha and Robert Crumb, the colors and vitality are present but also a kind of deeper expression about life and the hardest beautiful feelings. She has worked in Poetry Festivals using alive painting projections, Street Art, Performances and Ritual Collective Theatre. In the last years most of her Digital Art are serie-recopilations of Women & Anthropology, the own investigation: Redber, Natives One and



I am a freelancer in the field of movement, and I have been organising workshops, doing my own work, performing in Europe
Karl Larsson


Artist, Fine Art

Artist that works within the contemporary art, with a focus on photography and video.
Josias Scharf


Kira Fröse


Bachelorette of Fine Art

„I have to touch this“ My work is emotive and focused on one’s desire for haptic experiences. Glossy surfaces, structured fluid forms and dynamic matter - the confrontation of stagnation and movement fascinates and inspires me. Through the use of color, organic, playful,
and dynamic shapes, my work wants to seduce and invite the viewers to experience what is in front of them with their own senses and imagination. Subconsciously influenced by the aesthetics of nature and objects of everyday life, I create static forms that depict motion and appear to be smooth and light despite the heaviness of their substance. Observing more closely one can perceive that aesthetics can only endure through the presence of unaesthetic detail. The materials I prefer using are ceramics, plastic, plaster, glass and textile, because they have the most haptic and satisfying effect on me. All these materials have their own will and come along with a certain stubbornness by their very nature – just like me. During the process of creating work I knead, I stroke, I strike, I construct and touch everything with my hands - „I have to touch this.“
Markus Green


Photographic Artist

Markus Green is a photographic artist who lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Born in 1985 to a German mother and an American father in Savannah, GA, USA, he has been formed by a multitude of cultural influences and inspirations growing up with a mixed-culture background in Germany. Formally educated in the fields of Sociology, Psychology and Philosophy in Germany and Japan, he chose to lay down the pen in favor of the camera and deals with questions of the self and it’s relation to the world. Photography has become a form of meditation and introspection for him, resulting in artworks that invite the viewer to reflect on him or herself. Henri Matisse stated „Exactitude is not truth“, and in that tradition Markus does not try to depict our world as exactly as possible, but wants to explore what emotions our surroundings produce upon us. Rationally comprehending and intuitively interpreting our Experience are equally important in the pursuit of true meaning. The duality of using a traditionally rational process, photography, utilized to demand an emotional, subconscious reading of his work is characteristic of his approach. His work is in private collections on four continents, and his work has been displayed in multiple group showings in Europe.


Portrait & Fashion Photographer

Born in Barcelona, 1979. Studied Photography in the Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya, and graduated in 2010. She lived in London for two years and published for Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Runner's World, Ok! Magazine, Prima, Reveal and Zest.
Jeremy Knowles



Recent graduate and emerging young artist Jeremy Knowles was born in Hertfordshire, UK, in 1992.
Having graduated with a degree in fine art photography from Camberwell College of Art (University of the Arts London) in 2015, his practice has developed into a playful photographic study of the everyday. Jeremy’s images draw patterns and humour from the randomness and repetitive non-events that characterize the mundane within our lives – the overlooked and often unnoticed aspects of our existence that make us human. At the core of his approach lies a search for order and formality: whether in architecture, amongst people, or in the bits and pieces he finds while walking the streets of Berlin. By bringing greater prominence and visibility to the accidental, the miraculous and the comical, we are challenged by the artist to reconsider the weight of our daily interactions with things and people, and meditate on what happens when we think nothing is happening.