Fernando Unda is a self made artist. As a child he explored different ways to express himself; the sculpture, handcrafting to music and drawing. Driven by “the correct way” and “what it was supposed to do”he decided moved away from arts for a while and decided to study finance. He worked in finance and politics, and eventually as a creative mind that he is, he got sick of that. He decided to pursue his passion and found himself in the art of tattooing. His humble beginnings were tattooing his friends and everyone who wanted a free tattoo, he was committed to become the best tattoo artist in the world. Eventually he began to travel with the tattoo art, doing guest appearances in some of the best studios in the world. He found in traveling a way to expand his mind and horizons which he says is the “true way for self growth”. Conventions and guest appearances in media has been part of his personal and artistic development. His style represents a way to connect with an inner man and deeper feelings, his main topics goes from; religion, cosmology, to ancient art.
He decided to pursue his passion and found himself in the art of tattooing.
Neo-Expressionist painter in the 1980s
A self-taught artist, Basquiat began drawing at an early age on sheets of paper his father, an accountant, brought home from the office. As he delved deeper into his creative side, his mother strongly encouraged him to pursue his artistic talents.
Basquiat first attracted attention for his graffiti in New York City in the late 1970s, under the name “SAMO.” Working with a close friend, he tagged subway trains and Manhattan buildings with cryptic aphorisms.
Takashi Murakami, who has a PhD in nihonga painting, combines the most cutting-edge techniques with the precision and virtuosity of traditional Japanese art.
Inspired by manga and kawaii culture, his irresistible world is peopled by monstrous and charming characters alike, facetiously portrayed as descendants of past myths.
Since his first monographic exhibition outside Japan in 1995 at Perrotin, Murakami has achieved recognition as one of the most prominent contemporary artists of his time, and his work has been featured in numerous solo exhibitions at museums and art institutions throughout the world.
Jeff Koons rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as part of a generation of artists exploring the meaning of art and spectacle in a media-saturated era. With his stated artistic intention to “communicate with the masses,” Koons makes use of conceptual constructs—including the ancient, the everyday, and the sublime—creating luxurious icons and elaborate tableaux, which, beneath their captivating exteriors, engage the viewer in a metaphysical dialogue with cultural history.
Koons draws attention to the continuity of images as they pass through time, combining art historical reference with vernacular images and objects, from common suburban products and mass media to symbols of sexuality and transcendence.
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