Iranian artist, born in Tehran, has lived and worked in Rome since 2009. Her career is full of successes: in addition to winning prestigious awards, she has exhibited in various exhibitions and, in 2017, she was also able to organize his own exhibition.
Her artistic research mainly investigates the themes of identity and memory. She defines herself as a migrant artist, who confronts herself daily with a reality different from that of origin.
Valeria is an Italian artist, born in Molise. She attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata and, above all, she boasts twenty years of experience in the laboratory for the processing of stone, marble, bronze, ceramics and resins.
She has received numerous awards in prestigious competitions and participated in several international symposia. Starting from primitive and archaic art, she tries to move towards a primary symbolism of sculpture.
Itahisa is a Spanish sculptor, member of the teaching and research staff in the Sculpture area, as well as responsible for the artistic foundry workshop of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of La Laguna, Tenerife, and Aiesm manager for Canary Islands.
She dedicates her research to new sculptural, material and technical procedures, generating new methods of artificial production. Currently, she teaches specialization courses in different Faculties and Artistic Centers and has participated in important exhibitions and artistic projects.
Young Korean artist, she stands out for her evocative sculpture, in which she expresses a way of experiencing art that has involved her since childhood.
In Yunmi’s works we can appreciate a philosophy with an oriental taste, made of lightness, intimate comfort, softness.