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Recent works
Michael Schmeichel
Reassembling, 2021

Michael Schmeichel, born 1978 in Bremen, Germany, became part of a local graffiti scene in his youth. He lives and works in Hamburg since 2000, focusing on figurative and abstract oil painting in recent years. Techniques and modes of presentation develop in cycles of artistic research.

During his studies from 2000 - 2007 at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Schmeichel was engaged in sculpture and installation in addition to painting. From 2004 onwards, his bent, monochrome canvas objects,...

Reassembling
Daniel Sambo-Richter
Gate, 2018

Daniel Sambo-Richter (*1966) is a German painter. He grew up in a family of artists in the GDR. He received his artistic education from the age of thirteen. At the age of 18 he began to work as an artist. An application to leave the GDR was added to this radical step. In 1986 he met his wife, the Angolan artist Manuela Sambo.

After the fall of communism he made a...

Gate
Harley Cortez
Losing the Feeling in my Hands, 2020

Harley Cortez is a multi disciplinary artist, musician, and filmmaker. His work has been shown in Los Angeles, NYC, and Tokyo.


Raised in Los Angeles, CA and Queens, NY, he also lived in his mother's home country, Guatemala, for a brief...

Losing the Feeling in my Hands
Harley Cortez
Untitled #1, 2020

Harley Cortez is a multi disciplinary artist, musician, and filmmaker. His work has been shown in Los Angeles, NYC, and Tokyo.


Raised in Los Angeles, CA and Queens, NY, he also lived in his mother's home country, Guatemala, for a brief...

Untitled #1
Sheikh Rashid Al Khalifa
Black And White, 2013

Born in 1952 in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Rashid Al Khalifa held his first solo exhibition at the Dilmun Hotel, Bahrain, in 1970 when he was just 16 years old, and then moved to the UK in 1972 to study at the Hastings College of Arts and Technology in Sussex. After returning to Bahrain in 1978, inspired by Europe’s greatest Impressionist masters, he began his own renditions of his country’s landscapes, producing a series of atmospheric paintings of the desert, sea, and historical...

Black And White
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