Project ‘Artist in the studio’

Artist in the studio

 Project about contemporary artists around the world

Nikolina Kovalenko

www.nikaart.org/home

 

Nikolina Kovalenko received her MFA from Moscow Surikov Art Institute and studied at Universität der Künste Berlin.  She holds a Gold Medal from the Russian Art Academy. Nikolina currently lives and works in New York City.

Her exhibition history includes solo shows at Gitana Rosa Gallery and Dacia Gallery. The group shows include Cheryl Hazan Contemporary, Select Art Fair and Museum of Russian Art(NJ). Nikolina’s artwork has been reviewed in art blogs, newspapers and magazines.  Her work is in numerous corporate and private collections worldwide.

John Zinsser
johnzinsser.tumblr.com/

Nikolina Kovalenko
www.nikaart.org/

Nikolina Kovalenko
www.nikaart.org/

Nikolina kovalenko
www.nikaart.org/


Stephanie Ng
Stephanie was born in Hawaii and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Specializing in ink and graphite portraits, she focuses on her subject’s most moving element, whether its sensuality, stature, or even its simplicity. Her art distills the essence of her subjects into intricate curves and curls that at once capture the order and the chaos in all of us. Stephanie’s work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in New York and has been featured by Openhouse Gallery and Red Bull Curates.

Stephanie Ng
www.stephaniemng.com/

Stephanie Ng’s ART
www.stephaniemng.com/

Stephanie Ng
www.stephaniemng.com/

Stephanie Ng’s ART
www.stephaniemng.com/

Stephanie Ng’s ART
www.stephaniemng.com/

Ray SmithRay Smith is a contemporary American artist, best known for his segmented paintings and sculptures combining elements of Cubism, printmaking, art historical reference, and collage into postmodern compositions. Often relating to Surrealism in his unreal juxtapositions, Smith’s work is also characterized by a unique kind of magical realism. He frequently utilizes anthropomorphic animals in his work in a manner akin to Pablo Picasso‘s Guernica, stating about the creatures in his work: “They are beasts, but they are directly attached to a blueprint of our own existence.” Born in 1959 in Brownsville, TX on family land that was part of Mexico before the Texas Annexation, Smith grew up in Central Mexico, and continued to retain a cultural and geographic tie to the country. After attending art schools in both the United and Mexico, Smith ultimately settled in Cuernavaca while continuing to travel regularly to New York. Smith’s work can be found among the collections and exhibition histories of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Ray Smith
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/

Ray Smith
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/

Ray Smith
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/

Ray Smith
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/

Ray Smith
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/

Ray Smith’s ART
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/

Ray Smith’s ART
www.artnet.com/artists/ray-smith/


Maureen Elizabeth Dougherty


Maureen Elizabeth Dougherty


Maureen Elizabeth Dougherty


Maureen Elizabeth Dougherty

James GrecoJames Greco is a Brooklyn based painter and sculptor whose work is collected both in Europe and the US. Using traditional oil paints, epoxy resins, house paints and other mixed media, his abstract variations range from small explorations on paper to largescale paintings. A conceptualist whose work with and against the cliché of abstract painting, Greco’s influences (Janis Kounellis, Gary Simmons, Gerhard Richter, Valentino, Led Zeppelin, Gutai, Blinky Palermo, Frank Zappa, Samuel Beckett, DogTown, the Beats, Dr. Seuss, Bushido, KRS, Parkour etc.) demonstrate he’s not interested in particular styles, forms, genres, mediums. His sole concern is conviction, commitmentand purity of intent.

James Greco’s studio
www.jamestgreco.com/ 

James Greco
www.jamestgreco.com/

Ross Brodar
www.rossbrodar.com/


Ross Brodar’s studio

Ross Brodar’s studio
www.rossbrodar.com/

Ross Brodar’s studio
www.rossbrodar.com/

Ross Brodar’s ART
www.rossbrodar.com/

Ross Brodar
www.rossbrodar.com/

Ethan Cornell
www.ethancornell.com/


Ethan Cornell’s ART

Ethan Cornell
www.ethancornell.com/

Ethan Cornell’s ART
www.ethancornell.com/

Ethan Cornell
www.ethancornell.com/

Ethan Cornell
www.ethancornell.com/

Ethan Cornell
www.ethancornell.com/

Ethan Cornell’s ART
www.ethancornell.com/


Alberto Borea
Born in Lima,1979.
Lives and works in New York City.Alberto Borea’s work is concerned with non-places, mapping and identity. His work is characterized by the continuous displacement and use of diverse media and materials.

Borea has participated in diverse exhibitions in Europe, Latin America and the U.S.
These include Queens International, Queens Museum of Art 2014 / Permission to be Global, Museum of Arts of Boston /We are All Gone, Y Gallery NYC / Museo del Barrio Biennial – The S files NYC /”Impulse , Reason , sense an Conflict” Cisneros Fontanals CIFO Miami/Tracing the unseen Border” curated by Ian Cofre and Omar lopez Chahoud, La Mamma Gallery, New York / “West at Sunset” Abrons Arts Center, New York/ ”Planet of Slums” curated by LaToya Frazier, Mason Gross Galleries New Jersey / “Dublin Contemporary” curated by Christian Viveros and Jota Castro /We are all gone Y gallery NYC/ Mobility and its discontents, curated by Sara Resiman, The 8th floor among others.

His been awarded with different residencies and fellowships that includes, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, (Fundacion Cisneros de Patricia de Phelps), Art Omi International Residency 2009, Vermont Studio Center (Jackson Pollock Krasner Fellowship), International Studio and Curatorial Program NYC (ISCP), Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), Nalac 2016.

His work is part of different public and private collections such as Guggenheim Museum Collection, Cisneros Fontanals Collection, Museo de Arte de Lima, Museo del Barrio, Shelley and Donald Rubin Collection, Coleccion Cisneros de Patricia de Phelps among others.

Alberto Borea’s art
www.albertoborea.com/

Alberto Borea
www.albertoborea.com/

Juan Miguel Palacios

www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/

Juan Miguel Palacios
www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/

Juan Miguel Palacios
www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/

Juan Miguel Palacios
www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/

Juan’s art
www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/

Juan Miguel Palacios
www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/

Juan Miguel Palacios
www.juanmiguelpalacios.com/


Walter Robinson


Walter Robinson


Walter Robinson


Walter Robinson


Peter Reginato


Peter Reginato


Peter Reginato’s studio


Peter Reginato


Peter Reginato

Emilie Lemakis
www.emilielemakis.com/

Emilie Lemakis

Emilie Doppelganger on Block island. A few hours before she was burned

Emilie Lemakis

The rest of Emilie Doppelganger

Emilie Lemakis

Emilie Lemakis and the embodiment of the Emilie Doppelganger’s soul and her baby

Emilie Lemakis

Emilie Lemakis and the embodiment of the Emilie Doppelganger’s soul

Bradley Theodore

bradleytheodore.com/

In each generation an artist emerges who has the potential to become iconic. New York City lays claim to many of them – Edward Hopper, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Jean-Michel Basquiat. Now, maybe, another has emerged with the potential to join the list of famous NY names, Bradley Theodore – a name to watch.

Born in Turks & Caicos, an island group east of Cuba, Bradley Theodore now lives in New York City where he is an integrated part of the art scene. Dedicated to making his art accessible for all to see in the streets of cities like New York, London, Los Angeles, Oslo and Paris, his iconic subjects, painted in bright colors, have become his signature style. A documentary film on Theodore’s life and art is currently being produced and will be released later this year.

Bradley Theodore creates works that fuse street art, fashion, music and technology. He has worked on murals in the streets of New York and Hong Kong and has also made cover art for albums. He has created art for Def Jam, Universal Records and Sony and deployed his painting skills on people, plates and many other media. He makes paintings and murals depicting the likes of Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne.

In New York he has been compared to Jean-Michel Basquiat as an artist,  for his unmistakable style which appears on the city’s walls. Just like Basquiat the value of his art has started to increase because a growing number of high profile collectors and celebrities are acquiring his work.


Bradley Theodore


Bradley Theodore


Bradley Theodore


Bradley Theodore


Bradley Theodore

John Zinsser
johnzinsser.tumblr.com/

John Zinsser
johnzinsser.tumblr.com/

John Zinsser
johnzinsser.tumblr.com/


Jerry Glassberg