"The works I present here are part of "Manifiesto a la Reconstrucción", a series that I began during the first lockdown when we were isolating at home as my husband and son had both tested positive for Covid-19; [...] a very personal series where I pay tribute to the Japanese practice of Kintsugi that is based on repairing fractures in a way that makes the scars beautiful."
This playful video shows artist Betsy Enzensberger working on one of her large scale sculptures and hinting at the sources of inspiration for this popular Californian artist who's become known all over the world for her highly realistic, larger-than-life sculptures of dripping, frozen treats and other sweet-toothed delights.
We are thrilled to welcome to the Retrospect community DAGOR, a leading figure in Venezuelan Street Art. DAGOR's practice has transported his ongoing research in geometric abstraction and typography to paintings on canvas, wood assemblages and Muralist interventions which he has carried out in cities all over the world.
Discover artist Lantomo at work in her studio as she experiments with wood, a warm and unique material, using tools and aesthetics belonging to the contemporary illustration including pencil, charcoal, acrylics and inks.
Explore howGavin Mitchell hand embellishes his works using a variety of techniques including gold leaf, hand painting and drawing to add wonderful textures to the works he has captured through photography and other techniques.
Artist and designer Paco Raphael has been working non-stop this summer creating a series of new sculptures as well as an ongoing series of light boxes where he brings indoors a feature that is traditional of outdoor industrial lighting.
Singapore-based artist Allison M. Low is fascinated by the human condition and she works primarily as an image maker and her practice has recently expanded into the fields of murals, installation art and digital projections.
“The inspiration to create my Dones d’Aigua (Water Women) series came from several elements that had been captivating me for some time. Possibly, the main one was the work of Yves Klein and his blue sponges: I feel a hypnotic attraction to them and the spiritual depth that they suggest to me."