Ralf Westerhof (b. 1977) is a Dutch artist who creates wire sculptures and light art installations, often kinetic, inspired by scenography and performing arts.
Ralf Westerhof (b. 1977) is a Dutch artist who creates wire sculptures and light art installations. Westerhof was initially active as a scenographer in theatre, and his passion for performing arts, especially dance, is visible in his often kinetic works. His minimal line drawings offer audiences part of the image, leaving it up to their imaginations to fill in the gaps as they or the work moves to become co-creators of what they see.
In 2013 Westerhof participated in his first Light Festival, Amsterdam Light Festival, with Drawn in Light, a 13-meter-wide mobile that was a moving drawing of an Amsterdam cityscape. His work has also been presented in Belgium, Canada, Germany, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and Taiwan.
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
Ayman Zedani’s (b. 1984) practice manifests between objects and multi-layered installations attempting to renegotiate the relationship between human and non-human, animal and plant, organic and inorganic, land and water.SEE ARTIST
Mohammed Al Thagafi
Muhammad Al Thagafi (born in 1975) is a founding member of the Saudi Society for Fine Arts. Among the pioneers of the Saudi art scene, he is a well-known sculptor locally and internationally. He holds a master's degree in sculpture from Umm Al-Qura University (2016).SEE ARTIST
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