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Roxane Revon

Roxane Revon is a multi-disciplinary artist intrigued by the interdependence between species and more particularly between humans and vegetal beings. She grew up in France and studied philosophy at La Sorbonne University before moving to New York a decade ago where she started her artistic career and continued her education. For a decade, she has …

Nicholas Milkovich

Nicholas Milkovich is an emerging American installation sculptor based in Brooklyn. He is also a mechanical engineer with research in soft-tissue biomechanics. He draws inspiration from biological features found in the human body to create installations meant to invade spaces. Using colorful synthetic materials and repeated form, Milkovich generates work that balances between deadly serious …

Catarina Real

Catarina Real works in the intersection between artistic practice and theoretical research in the expanded fields of painting, writing and choreography, mostly in long-term collaborative projects that address the question of how we can live better collectively. She is currently a PhD student at the Center for Humanistic Studies at the University of Minho with …

Haoua Habré

Haoua Habré is a visual artist who in her artistic research addresses the subject of identity through themes such as childhood, travel and memory. Growing up between Chad, Dakar and France, the subject of identity has always been present in her life, and the artist believes it is what makes us unique and distinguishes us …

Žarko Aleksić

Žarko Aleksić, “Monu_Mental Structure”, 2019. Courtesy of the artist. Žarko Aleksić is the winner of the 2020 Dimitrije Bašičević Mangelos Award. Aleksić works across several mediums integrating experience, photography, video, installation and performativity – all of which relate to his interest in experience as a synthesis of the modernistic techniques of collage and montage. This …

Tomoko Hisamatsu

Tomoko Hisamatsu, “300 Yen Paintings” 2020-, 176 x 250mm each work, acrylic and collage on paper, etc. Born and raised in Mie, Japan, Tomoko Hisamatsu studied in Yamagata, and is now based near Tokyo. As a painter, she creates mainly research-based figurative works. Tomoko’s practice is marked by her interactions with various local communities from …

Dante Buu

Dante Buu, “and you—do you die happy?”, 2021, Long-durational performance, Photo documentation of performance at the Festival Localize: Encounters, Badestelle neben Strandbad, Park Babelsberg, Potsdam, 2021 (photo: Adam Sevens), Courtesy of artist. Dante Buu is an artist, storyteller and performer who intertwines the autobiographical with the lives of others. Dante’s artistic practice, fluid and playful …

Sara Bichão

Photo by Carolina Vieira, 2021. Courtesy of Porta33 and the artist. Sara Bichão moves mainly around the subjects of memory, nature, and bodiness. Her working process binds with emotional channels: to heal, to purge, to perpetuate, to play. The works are sculptural with a chromatic atmosphere, which at times, are activated by the artist through …

Luísa Jacinto

Luísa Jacinto, Thirst, 2022, spray paint on polyester, 257 x 327 cm © Alexandre Camarão The sensation of crossing the world as an immense unabridged painting is not strange to Luísa Jacinto’s art practice. In this movement, the awareness of time, of a specific duration, of a limited break of suitable attention, is more acute …

On View: Presence

Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space and Residency Unlimited (RU) are pleased to present the summer group show Presence, featuring works realized by RU artists-in-residence Jakub Choma (Czech Republic), Fernanda Feher (Brazil), Hamza Kirbas (Turkey), Enxhi Mehmeti (Germany/Kosovo), and Andrew M. Mezvinsky (Austria/US). Presence examines literal, conceptual, and metaphorical representations of the human. In Choma’s video, the human is at the limit …