Fernando Pinto (b. 1975) studied industrial design at Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá (1999), Colombia before moving to Pietrasanta in Italy to study stone sculpture with sculptors Pasquale Martini and Cesare Riva.
Fernando Pinto (b. 1975) studied industrial design at Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá (1999), Colombia before moving to Pietrasanta in Italy to study stone sculpture with sculptors Pasquale Martini and Cesare Riva. Between 2001 and 2008, he lived and worked from his own studio in Barcelona, Spain before returning to Bogotá where he currently lives and works.
Pinto has exhibited widely in Spain and Colombia, as well as Argentina, Australia, Belgium, China, Italy, Japan and Taiwan; and his monumental works are installed in public spaces in Argentina, China, Colombia, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Taiwan and Turkey.
Carlos Monge (b. 1947) lives between Mexico and Spain. He is the Mexican and Spanish representative of the International Association for Monumental Sculpture Events (AIESM). Monge has participated in 100+ symposiums around the world since 1990.SEE ARTIST
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.SEE ARTIST
Sultan bin Fahad
Sultan bin Fahad (b. 1971) considers art as a journey between intangible memories and tangible cultures. Throughout his abstract drawings, paintings, sculptures and installations bin Fahad’s central theme and object of concern remains material culture in his native Saudi Arabia.SEE ARTIST
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