DOCTEUR BERGMAN is a prolific PARIS-based stencil artist equipped with a PhD in molecular biology. Acutely aware of all the vivisectionist atrocities done in the name of scientific advancement, DOCTEUR BERGMAN is under no false illusion about the current state of affairs between non-human animals and human animals. Through the grids of his stencils, the artist helps us look straight at how our lame and amorphous society is (not) confronting the political and social issues of our day.
Artista romano poliedrico, versatile, eclettico, la sua arte emozionante e suggestiva specialmente nei suoi disegni si fa più cruda e più immediata nei dipinti, chiaramente significativi del tempo che stiamo vivendo.
Il suo modus operandi si concretizza in opere che riflettono e rielaborano il clima artistico della street culture dell'America degli anni settanta, ma anche di graphic artists, contemporary artist e painter più recenti.
I primi tentativi seguono i passi della pittura gestuale e materica, una sintonia inconsapevole del pittore autodidatta, una ricerca continua di un proprio stile e un proprio segno.
"Daring, urban contemporary artist with purpose to make people see beyond the art. Iron uses a new way of icon-inspired propaganda together with classical political satire, humor and beauty of life and death." - Amanda Ekberg, DNA // Trädgården, Stockholm 2017
Chances are if you've visited Bristol, you've already seen my work. Most of my work is created from media influence and recycled materials. I use my inspiration from love of film, anime, comics, the legends of urban art and add some of my quirky John D'oh humour to it!!
I'd like to think that I have my own style, as an artist I pride myself on my own originality, my own unique style that; like marmite, you'll love or hate it!
Joshila Dhaby is a self-taught Mauritian artist. Originally working with watercolor and acrylic, Joshila turned to spray paint and started painting on walls and metal sheets. She uses a ‘tape and masking process’, stencils and layers to create rich paintings with bold fields of colors.
"Let’s just do it man, see what happens.” This is the philosophy of Josh Wingerter, self-made artist and entrepreneur from Westwego, Louisiana, a small town right outside of New Orleans. Josh’s early roots in his artistic process started while he was working in artist Keith Eccles’s studio, who Josh credits as a huge influence on his artwork. Despite the lack of professional training or schooling in the arts, Josh managed to wow Eccles with his work. A customer stopped by the studio one day and noticed Josh’s work. Eccles introduced them to one another and commented, “If he wasn’t so lazy, he’d be a great artist.” This is when Josh had to ask himself—is that true? Should he be challenging himself more?