Anna Rasinska

Anna Rasinska (b. 1981) works primarily with two mediums: stone, metal (bronze and steel). She studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Art in Kracow, Poland (2001-2006) where she won the medal for best diploma for her work titled Metropolis- Mass- Machine.

Anna Rasinska

Anna Rasinska

Poland

Anna Rasinska (b. 1981) works primarily with two mediums: stone, metal (bronze and steel). She studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Art in Kracow, Poland (2001-2006) where she won the medal for best diploma for her work titled Metropolis- Mass- Machine. She also studied wood carving at the College of Fine Art in Opole, Poland (2001).

Rasinska has taken part in multiple symposiums around the world, including: The Red Sea International Stone Sculpture Symposium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (2019); 6th International Izmir Sculpture Workshop, Izmir, Turkey (2018); 6th International Izmir Sculpture Workshop, Izmir, Turkey (2018) and 4th New Brunswick International Sculpture Symposium, Saint John, Canada (2018). She has also exhibited at the 8th Beijing International Art Biennale, China (2019) and partook in the WCAS International Artist in Residence Program Mosan Art Museum, Boreyon, South Korea (2016).

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Urs Fischer

Urs Fischer

Urs Fischer (b. 1973) mines the potential of materials — from clay, steel, and paint to bread, dirt, and produce — creating works that disorient and bewilder. 

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Angelo Bonello

Angelo Bonello

Angelo Bonello (b. 1971) is an Italian artist whose visual capacity and stylistic approach is based on the dimensional distortion of scenic space and landscape.

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Ahmad Angawi

Ahmad Angawi

Ahmad Angawi (b. 1981) is a multidisciplinary creative and educator from Makkah. He is inspired by the rich and diverse culture of Hejaz in the western region of Saudi Arabia, and his work revolves around the human condition while also paying homage to culture, heritage and environment.

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