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All that shines is Jeff Koons

By Mariel Vela

Jeff Koons is an undeniable figure, regardless of whether we agree with that statement or not. His work is practically inseparable from the shiny image he was forged of himself as an artist. Born January 21, 1955, in York, Pennsylvania, Koons studied painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA at the Art Institute of Maryland in Baltimore.

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Why to collect art??

By Andrea Cuevas

Why people collect art? Actually is pretty similar to the question of why people make art. The most basic and common answer for that is because human beings has the imperative necessity to express themselves, and we assume it as an unquestionable truth. It is hard to find someone who thinks a person makes art or becomes an artist for making money. On the other hand, when we think in art collectors, the first image to come to our mind is that of a billionaire that buys art as a form to get a tax deduction or money laundering.

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Featured Artist, New Media Artist Ozan Turkkan

Photo Courtesy of Ozan Turkkan

The works of Turkish artist Ozan Turkkan exemplify the blend of art and technology. By combining artistic skill, computer applications and multimedia presentations, Turkkan provides viewers with an immersive experience practically unheard of until recently. By drawing on his multicultural experiences and the variety of cultures he has resided in throughout his lifetime, Turkkan offers a universal understanding of humanity with a focus on entering the subconscious or deeper reality.

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Santiago Pani – Figurative Art in Paint, Engraving and Sculpture

Photo Courtesy of Sybaris Collection

Third generation Mexico City artists Santiago Pani never truly had to “discover” art; he simply understood creativity through his father and grandfather, along with the art culture he was exposed to as a child. It was an international trip and the museums he visited throughout this experience, however, which set his heart and mind to creating his own works. With interests varying from the minute world of bugs to the expansive world of space, Santiago Pani explores the connections humans have with the elements of existence.

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