Alessandro Giordani

Alessandro Giordani

Alessandro Giordani's works consist of two elements that work together to develop aesthetic and conceptual connotations at the same time.

The colour of the transparent plexiglass applied to the painted canvas or tissue initially produces a strong aesthetic impact, but at the same time the reflection that is produced (the viewer is as if projected into the work) and the aseptic nature of the image created by the combination of these two elements, give the work a strong aesthetic-conceptual connotation.

His quest is to combine a decorative aesthetic impact with a more conceptual one. The work is both an end in itself and one that leaves questions open. The painting is like a video that reflects and makes you... think.


Dina Goldstein

Dina Goldstein

Dina Goldstein creates large-scale tableau photography that combines visually stunning imagery with social critique.  She constructs complex narratives that examine Archetypes within fictional characters to define and contextualize pop culture today. Her work not only carries influential artistic merit, but also serves to be a sociological study, as it questions the artificial values pop culture embeds in our society. Highly controversial, Dina Goldstein’s projects have garnered and continuously creates dialogue internationally within social media platforms, in magazines and newspapers. The work has been subject to many written essays, dissertations, and mentioned in various literature. These projects are studied and taught in art schools, photography programs, Gender and feminist ­­­studies.


Andrea Gallo

Andrea Gallo

Andrea Gallo born and raised in Cosenza in 1975, educated in Architecture at Reggio Calabria University and in Entertainment Design at the “Digital Art Academy” in Florence. After several years of work as a scenic artist for theatrical and audiovisual companies and further experience as a graphic designer Gallo actually works exclusively as a painter.


Kai Schäfer

Kai Schäfer

WORLDRECORDS are the greatest albums in music history high­lighted on record players that partly became legendary too.

WORLDRECORDS is meant to be a tribute to analogue acoustic art, a homage to the warmest, perhaps most sensitive type of sound carrier. In a way – and that makes the photo series so special – it is also a private time machi­ne to the spectator: music as an impulse to remember bits and pieces of one's personal history, a release of former thoughts and feelings. The soundtrack of your life.

The work on this series allowed him to meet and collaborate with various musicians such as Lou Reed, Neil Diamond, The B-52`s, Joy Division, Motörhead, Metallica and numerous German Top Acts as Kraftwerk, Die Fantastischen Vier, Herbert Grönemeyer, CRO, Die Fehlfarben, BAP, Extrabreit, Die Toten Hosen and many more. Click on INTERVIEW and listen to the artist talking about his work and some anecdotes of his career.


Kinki Texas

Kinki Texas

Kinki Texas is recognized for his large-scale, densely layered paintings and small drawings that combine the themes of history, philosophy, and psychology. The artist addresses the histories of violence, wars, voyages, and parables through the lens of a punk-rock aesthetic. Kinki Texas is known for his anarchic style, employing techniques borrowed from the comic genre, graffiti, and underground culture.


Jens Lorenzen

Jens Lorenzen

Jens Lorenzen, born in Schleswig in 1961 has lived and worked in Berlin since 1991. He studied with Prof. Hermann Albert at the HBK Braunschweig. His work has been shown among others, in the Camera Work Gallery Berlin, Galerie Von Braunbehrens Stuttgart, De Buck Gallery NY, and in the museums Kunsthalle Rostock, Ephraim Palais Berlin, Museumsberg Flensburg.

At the centre of Jens Lorenzen's work is the WALL, a potentially endless text of images.

The division of Germany changed the meaning of the symbols and signs of the Germans into an East code and a West code. The traditional fairy-tale figure of Little Red Riding Hood, for example, became a brand of a sparkling wine in the East and of a Camembert in the West. About this ambiguity of signs in the context of unity or division, Jens Lorenzen wanted to paint a picture. The abundance of material gradually required several pictures at once, which also continued. He had the idea to call this series MAUER. Through this, Jens Lorenzen refers on the one hand to the Berlin Wall, the symbol of division par excellence, and on the other hand to the fact that the potentially endless stringing together of pictures achieves the effect of a wall. At the same time, each individual picture represents an element of its wall; a fragment of the whole.


Angelo Donnermann

Angelo Donnermann

Angelo Donnermann is the titan of contemporary art. He was born in 1975 as a child of two parents in the habitable zone of the solar system. He soon discovered that it is enjoying in sitting around doing nothing. He grew up until he gave himself the green light, and subsequently exerted a huge influence on cartoonists like him and other such guys, who draw the big noses. His greatest dream is not to be hit at the head and to refuse the Nobel prize someday. He accomplished things in life – he is especially proud of Captain Picard calling him „Hey, you!“ - which is imaginary, of course.

He runs a music-solo-project called „Brackwasser Knipp“, which will influence Mozart - once Donnermann will have invented a time machine. He thinks a lot with his brain to become a decision maker and has a very good opinion about climate change. His net worth is estimated to be € 24.


Ludmila Kazinkina

Ludmila Kazinkina

A fundamental element in Kazinkina's painting is the female presence: a world apart in a mysterious, suspended time. A harmony of form and content is sought. Ludmila's women have distinct physiognomies, in simple, unadorned places, mostly outdoors: they are fairy-like, pale apparitions in a kind of still image, in a suspended moment that makes the reflected vision of a moment immortal.

Ludmila Kazinkina was born in 1975 in Kaluga. She moved first to Moscow and then to Italy, residing in several cities. She currently lives and works between Parma and Moscow.
She has had solo exhibitions in numerous Italian cities from Parma to Milan and around the world, from Berlin to Singapore, participating at the 54. Venice Biennale in 2011, Italian Pavilion, Emilia Romagna Region. Her works are present at the Copelouzos Family Art Museum in Athens and at the Pistorio Foundation in Singapore. In 2016 and 2019, she was among the finalists of 'Arteam Cup', with exhibitions in Alessandria and Sanremo (IM).


Tina Sgrò

Tina Sgrò

Tina Sgrò was born in 1972 in Reggio Calabria. Her artistic inclinations emerged from early childhood. She attended the State Institute of Art in Reggio Calabria and began an artistic/emotional journey that would be important in her life as a woman and artist. She then obtained a Diploma in Painting at an Italian Academy of Fine Arts and began her artistic career.

In 2003 she won the call for the acquisition of works of art at the Corte dei Conti in Potenza. In 2006 she won the Arte Mondadori Prize in the Painting section. In 2011 she was the winner of the A3 lot - public works competition, headquarters of the new Police Headquarters and State Police in Grosseto. She was a finalist at the Premio Arte Laguna di Venezia in 2011 and in 2013 and she won the 2017 Marchionni Prize in the Graphics section.

In 2021, her solo exhibition FOCUS was held at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, MART of Rovereto.


Lele Gastini

Lele Gastini

Lele Gastini, illustrator and visual artist. Born in Alessandria in 1993, he moved to Milan in 2013 to study illustration and animation at IED MILANO (European Institute of Design). From 2017 to 2019 he worked for 63De-Sign Graphic Studio, before embarking on a freelance career from 2020.

A lover of black and white, he creates his works by hand or digitally, on walls and anything that can be decorated, trying to give shape to the images that fill his mind. The permanent exploration of black and white are the basis of his artistic research.
Since 2022 in the magical world of Nfts.

In 2022 Gastini created an artwork for FLOATING PIXELS for Miami Beach Art Exhibition (December 1-3, 2022) curated by ART INNOVATION GALLERY.
One man, one eye and the world crisis. Freedom, abuses of power, and social issues are woven behind the back of a man who can be comforted or trapped. Modern conflicts, hopes and fears are represented. - CLICK!

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The conflict between humans and money, the two faces of power wielded by individuals: freedom and imprisonment. The constant pursuit of consumption and the transformation of wealth from a medium to a sole purpose, indicate a period of time where humans and nature are interconnected in a cycle where individuals control and depend on their needs: human beings will dominate and survive the impact of money.

This work solidifies the collaboration between Lele Gastini and fellow composer Diego Ratto (TTØRA), who worked on the sound design. The artwork was curated by ART INNOVATION GALLERY for the exhibition "The Pixels Show" during Frieze in Times Square, New York. 15-21 May 2023