SERIES 5: ART BEYOND BORDERS

  • Aiko

    Aiko is a Japanese artist based in Brooklyn, New York. At an early age, she began creating art in Tokyo before moving to New York in the mid 90’s. Acclaimed in the contemporary art world and international street art, Aiko continues to create work in both the studio and public spaces. Her large-scale artworks unite Eastern and Western cultures by combining American art styles with Japanese aesthetics, while telling stories around the common language of love.

     

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  • Laercio Redondo

    Laercio Redondo, a Brazilian-born artist, received his MFA at Konstfack, University College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. Redondo’s artwork is inspired by cultural dynamics and often based on the interpretation of specific events in relation to cities, architecture and historical representations that span various countries and languages.



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  • Yinka Ilori

    Yinka Ilori is a London-based designer who upcycles vintage furniture inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics from his childhood. He believes that art is a narrative and color is a language that spread the story of his Nigerian heritage and culture. With each custom-made piece inspired by a parable, Ilori restores new life and purpose to reclaimed materials.

     

     

    If Chairs Could Talk by Veerle evens

SERIES 5: ART BEYOND BORDERS

Aiko

Aiko is a Japanese artist based in Brooklyn, New York. At an early age, she began creating art in Tokyo before moving to New York in the mid 90’s. Acclaimed in the contemporary art world and international street art, Aiko continues to create work in both the studio and public spaces. Her large-scale artworks unite Eastern and Western cultures by combining American art styles with Japanese aesthetics, while telling stories around the common language of love.

Yinka Ilori

Yinka Ilori is a London-based designer who upcycles vintage furniture inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics from his childhood. He believes that art is a narrative and color is a language that spread the story of his Nigerian heritage and culture. With each custom-made piece inspired by a parable, Ilori restores new life and purpose to reclaimed materials.

Laercio Redondo

Laercio Redondo, a Brazilian-born artist, received his MFA at Konstfack, University College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. Redondo’s artwork is inspired by cultural dynamics and often based on the interpretation of specific events in relation to cities, architecture and historical representations that span various countries and languages.

SERIES 5: ART BEYOND BORDERS

Aiko

Aiko is a Japanese artist based in Brooklyn, New York. At an early age, she began creating art in Tokyo before moving to New York in the mid 90’s. Acclaimed in the contemporary art world and international street art, Aiko continues to create work in both the studio and public spaces. Her large-scale artworks unite Eastern and Western cultures by combining American art styles with Japanese aesthetics, while telling stories around the common language of love.

Yinka Ilori

Yinka Ilori is a London-based designer who upcycles vintage furniture inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics from his childhood. He believes that art is a narrative and color is a language that spread the story of his Nigerian heritage and culture. With each custom-made piece inspired by a parable, Ilori restores new life and purpose to reclaimed materials.

Laercio Redondo

Laercio Redondo, a Brazilian-born artist, received his MFA at Konstfack, University College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. Redondo’s artwork is inspired by cultural dynamics and often based on the interpretation of specific events in relation to cities, architecture and historical representations that span various countries and languages.

  • Aiko

    Aiko is a Japanese artist based in Brooklyn, New York. At an early age, she began creating art in Tokyo before moving to New York in the mid 90’s. Acclaimed in the contemporary art world and international street art, Aiko continues to create work in both the studio and public spaces. Her large-scale artworks unite Eastern and Western cultures by combining American art styles with Japanese aesthetics, while telling stories around the common language of love.

     

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  • Laercio Redondo

    Laercio Redondo, a Brazilian-born artist, received his MFA at Konstfack, University College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. Redondo’s artwork is inspired by cultural dynamics and often based on the interpretation of specific events in relation to cities, architecture and historical representations that span various countries and languages.



    06_THE_EXPULSION_OF_THE_DEMONS-1
  • Yinka Ilori

    Yinka Ilori is a London-based designer who upcycles vintage furniture inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics from his childhood. He believes that art is a narrative and color is a language that spread the story of his Nigerian heritage and culture. With each custom-made piece inspired by a parable, Ilori restores new life and purpose to reclaimed materials.

     

     

    If Chairs Could Talk by Veerle evens