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Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 15.23.56 Luis Fernando, Floating East - Limited Edition 1 of 25

Visual artist Luis Fernando has a background in engineering. Born in Mexico, then having lived in Australia and now residing in Miami, it comes as no surprise that his works study the body under the sun and in water.

Lorenzo Mazzega, " Barcelo" "Found collection" Limited edition of 50 Lorenzo Mazzega, " Barcelo" "Found collection" Limited edition of 50

Milan-born artist Lorenzo Mazzega began his career as a fashion and beauty photographer, working for such magazines as Esquire, Grazia, Glamour and Cosmopolitan. His clients also include fashion houses Bottega Veneta, Pierre Cardin and Canali.

Erick Laubach, The Night's Watch Erick Laubach, The Night's Watch

Reminiscent of Andy Warhol's talent for iconography and Shepard Fairey's technique of using a limited color palette to create drama, Los Angeles artist Erick Laubach captures figures from Bill Murray, to Darth Vader, Jim Morrison and even the meme sensation Grumpy Cat.

János Huszti, Visage 01 János Huszti, Visage 01

Hungarian artist János Huszti studied at the U.K's University of Hertfordshire where he learnt the experimental practices of conceptual art. In 2014, he spent time in Austria under a residency program and for over three years has held a studio in Budapest.

Jieun Park, 4H30-Paris Jieun Park, 4H30-Paris

Seoul artist Jieun Park obsession with travel, cityscapes and the loneliness that is associated with both is evident in her work. She explains: ''There are no signs of people living in the beautiful cities in my works. Although the city is packed with so many different kinds of buildings, it arouses a feeling of loneliness.''
''What I try to express through my works are the emotions that I felt at the specific moments during the journey. I remember how I was emotionally overwhelmed and felt lonely by looking down at the city from on high.''

Art critic Dr Barbara Aust-Wegemund described her feelings when viewing Park's work as ''depending on the incidence of light and position of the viewer, the paintings may be perceived in a variety of ways: there is a vital interaction between video, film stills and painting in Jieun Park's work, a major contribution to the film aesthetic.''

''It reminds to vintage cinema movies, which used a strong vertical tilt of the camera, inspired the eccentric angle in these paintings.''

Stephanie Rivet, Summer Bouquet Stephanie Rivet, Summer Bouquet

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