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Fabrice Hyber's work embraces a movement, natural and endless, capable of giving birth to reality and new energy from an association of people, of ideas carried by an unrestrained imagination. Inventor of poetic metamorphoses, anticipating future mutations, the artist cultivates the art of mixing, shifts limits, opens up possibilities. Today, the witnesses are Paris, Osaka, Nantes, Rabat, Marfa, Lisbon, Nizhny Novgorod, Moscow, Hamburg, Ghent, Oslo, Tokyo, and New York.
In 2022 Hyber will have a retrospective at Cartier Foundation, Paris, a permanent public sculpture installed in MARFA, TX and a public installation of thirty one sculptures at Palais Royal, Paris.
Pinault Collection, Moca, Los-Angeles, Paris Museum of Modern Art, Pompidou Centre, MUDAM-Luxembourg, MuHKA - Antwerp, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst - Ghent, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israël, Fine Arts Museum of Nantes, CAPC musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, Musée d'Art contemporain de Lyon, Musée d'Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne.
Tamara Kostianovsky is a Latinx artist whose work addresses themes including the environment, violence and consumer culture, often employing discarded clothing to create visceral and intricate sculptures and installations. Her work has been exhibited at venues such as El Museo del Barrio NY; the Jewish Museum NY; Nevada Museum of Art, NV, and many others, receiving distinguished awards such as a Guggenheim Fellowship and grants from New York Foundation for the Arts and from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation. Her work has been reviewed in the New York Times, Boston Globe, Village Voice, Marie Claire, La Republica, El Diario New York, Colossal, and Hyperallergic, among others. Residencies include Yaddo, Wave Hill Gardens, LMCC, Socrates Sculpture Park, and Franconia Sculpture Park. Kostianovsky received a BFA from the National School of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. Tamara Kostianovsky is represented by Slag Gallery, NYC.
Kostianovsky has forthcoming solo exhibitions at Slag Gallery, Ogden Contemporary Arts, Denver Botanic Gardens and her work will be presented at Galerie RX, Paris, and Les Franciscaines Centre D'Art, France.
One of the founding members of the Wiener Aktionismus (Viennese Actionism) art movement, Hermann Nitsch, born in Vienna in 1938, is also one of the most prolific members of the group. Hermann Nitsch is particularly interested in expressionism and religious art, following his academic training. Noted as a master of Austrian performance, the continuously active artist presents a total art with sensuality: limitless, Dionysian and demonic. His mastery of many media (plastic arts, theater, music, etc.) expresses his system of values, at once spiritual, philosophical, aesthetic, and social, all taking part in his larger artwork.
Over the course of his career, Nitsch has exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Paris; the Moderna Museet, Stockholm; the Leopold Museum, Vienna; the Albertina Museum, Vienna just to mention a few. Nitsch lives and works at Prinzendorf Castle, Austria.
The artist is now represented by Pace Gallery.
Born in Oxford, England, Naomi Safran-Hon grew up in Haifa, Israel. She received her BA Summa Cum Laude from Brandeis University, 2008, in Studio Art and Art History and an MFA from Yale University School of Art in 2010. Safran-Hon attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2012, Art Omi residency in 2016, and LMCC residency in 2019-2020. She is represented by Slag Gallery, NYC and Galerie RX, Paris.
Naomi Safran-Hon creates work that makes gripping statements about the fragility of human experience, the complicated nature of one's home, and the vicissitudes of collective identities. Safran-Hon's process lingers at the intersection of drawing, photography, sculpture, and painting with a focus on the internal energy of the material, continuously emboldening the viewer to look beyond the surface.
Safran-Hon has two forthcoming solo shows at Galerie RX, Paris and at Bonisson Art Centre, France. Her work will be presented at Les Franciscaines Centre D'Art, France.
Paul Wesenberg was born in Minsk, Belarus, in 1973 and grew up in Belarus, Finland, and Germany. He studied at the Kunstakademie Minsk and the Muthesius Art University in Kiel, Germany. He received a DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) award in 1995. His works have been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions in Berlin, Hamburg, Karlsruhe, Heidelberg, Winterthur, Tallinn, and Minsk since the 1990s. Wesenberg lives and works in Berlin, Germany and is represented by Slag Gallery, NYC.
In 2022 Wesenberg will have solo shows at Stadtische Galerie Schwabach, DE; Kunstverein Ottobrunn, DE; Kunstverein Unna, DE; Kunstverein Speyer, DE, Slag Gallery, NY and Galerie RX, Paris.