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Otobong Nkanga

In the Studio Otobong Nkanga, Antwerp

Visual artist Otobong Nkanga is a global citizen raised in Lagos, who has lived in Paris, Amsterdam, and Antwerp, and works with people all over the world. She enjoys a particularly broad and informed perspective on the planet. As an artist, but mostly simply as a human being with a physical body located in space and time, she relates to global circulation and production in local ways that are fully embodied in her art practice.

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Carlos Bunga

In the Studio Carlos Bunga, Mataró, Spain

Carlos Bunga’s interdisciplinary work moves between sculptural paintings, supported, yet vulnerable installations, drawings, and performances as an open, multiplicity and perpetual, reflection on how we experience and coexist with the (un)built environment.

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Kojo Marfo

In the Studio Kojo Marfo, London

Kojo Marfo is a London-based artist whose paintings tell stories that pose universal questions. He combines the Akan iconography he grew up around in Ghana with Western references from his time in Europe and New York to create dreamlike scenes whose genderless figures transcend both worlds and are accessible to all.

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Henrik Kanekrans

Collector Stories Henrik Kanekrans, Stockholm

Having been exposed to art already as a child, it had always felt natural to Henrik Kanekrans, a young collector and entrepreneur from Stockholm, to make art an everyday part of his live. With his venture, called Artworks, Henrik has combined his passion for art and his business acumen to help art passionates such as himself navigate the jungle of internationally available art.

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Kirsi Mikkola

Kirsi Mikkola, Berlin
Finnish artist Kirsi Mikkola gained recognition in the 1990s for her colorful, cartoonish plaster sculptures. In recent years she went through a radical shift in her artistic practice in developing a distinct approach to abstraction that merges the formal language of painting and collage that Mikkola herself refers to as “constructions”.
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Editions

Esther Stocker

Esther Stocker
»Knitterskulpturen«

Angelika Loderer

Angelika Loderer
»Snowball« (Edition)

Esther Stocker

Esther Stocker
»Knitterskulpturen«

Exhibitions

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber

Brigitte Kowanz, Christoph Weber
»Geteilter Raum«
15 October – 20 November, 2021

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