Mr. Jago

Born in the UK in 1972, Duncan Jago is considered a veteran of the urban art and design community. He has been described as a pioneer of the Scrawl Movement. Growing up in the small village of Eye in Suffolk, Jago had an intense interest in graffiti, which led him to study illustration in Bristol. He graduated from the University Of The West of England in Bristol in 1998. It was there that Jago met Steff Plaetz and Will Barras, which led the way to the start of the now renowned Scrawl Collective agency. Mr. Jago’s skills lie in everything from painting and illustration to creating artwork and designs for some of the biggest international brands. He presented alongside other members of the Wizard Kings at the W / K show at Fousion Gallery curated by sheOne, a special edition of black and white paintings.

Mr.Jago – Politics – Fousion Gallery
Luis Cebaqueva

Luis Cebaqueva

The self-taught artist Luis Cebaqueva creates with the intention of exploring various materials and different types of industrial and cultural techniques. Expressing concern for today’s issues, such as the environment, humanism, and sustainability, he creates by focusing on the pursuit of beauty.

Sibylle Jazra

The arworks by Sibylle Jazra are pervaded with references of art ­history. Sometimes in an ironic way, other times, subtly disturbed. The versatile artist plays with artistic references with a sharp but, at the same time, light humoristic tone that is not directly disrupt by iconographical burdens. 

Stendec – Sentinel II – Fousion Gallery

Stendec

Graeme Turnbull, aka Stendec, is a Scottish Artist, who has made London his home. He grew up in Glasgow where his appetite for art was spurred on by the UK’s creative urban culture. He balances his time between working on high end commercial vfx projects where he creates stunning 3D imagery and his more primal hand drawn art, which is often limited to a basic palette of line and tone. Stendec’s paintings incorporate elements from his visual effects background, among a myriad of other influences including architecture, form geometry, negative space and street culture. He strives to create original work that does not conform to the standards of traditional street art, by deconstructing architecture and toying with the building and breaking of perspective he creates geometrical paintings characterized with unpredictability and controlled chaos.

Website Stendec

SheOne

Born in London in 1969, James began to write Graffiti in 1984. A decade later he had formalised the concept of spraypaint as 
the primary medium of expression and was beginning to personalise his alter-ego signature as the gestural cage for contextual subject.

Since an Invitation, in 2000, to make his first solo exhibition of paintings on canvas in New York, he is widely recognised as a pioneer of European and abstract Graffiti.

In Tokyo, 2002, he exhibits and creates installation paintings. In black & white and raw canvas, the breakthrough aesthetic that is recognised today as his trademark style.

“The play of light and dark enabled SheOne to define  the form and create pure visual poetry, as true beauty doesn’t come through the representation of the material world, it comes from the human soul.”

A steady stream of exhibitions and international projects coupled with artistic collaborations around product design, music and fashion have cemented his works and personally stylised approach to image making into.

SheOne
Ivana Flores – Five More Minutes – Fousion Gallery

Ivana Flores

How do memory and reality coalesce when it comes to painting and the portraiture of subjects? Through a convoluted imaginary, effervescent with symbolism, Ivana Flores inhabits in her work different fields of simultaneous experience: Reality, dream, everyday life and imagination merge at a turning point of boundless consciousness of self-image and world. Under a singular theme –the inner reality of things, whimsical forms travel back and forth between solid representation and more primary aspects of the human experience, liberating the sensorial and the visible from opaque abstractions and locating vulnerability.

Uriginal

Uriginal – Uri Martinez is a Barcelona based contemporary artist who has exhibited around the world and been painting on the street since he was a kid. He became known for his pieces inspired by historical masterpieces or popular imagery. He brings to life the famous subjects of iconic paintings by utilizing bright colors and bold lines, along with the use of a kaleidoscope geometric pattern throughout many of his artworks. His pieces grace the walls throughout Barcelona, and they have been shown at galleries in the capital of Catalonia region, as well as beyond.

He has developed a unique aesthetics and style that goes from the reinvention of Marvel Comics heroes to Pop Art to the characters of Star Wars, from Spanish painting or flamenco to the Barcelona Graffiti scene. He describes himself as “the son of a matador from high Ampurdán and a florist from the Ramblas of Barcelona” whose dream from childhood has been to become the national King of paella.

Although Uriginal has been heavily involved with the development of street and urban art over the last decade in Spain, he has also produced studio works and has exhibited his pieces in galleries.

Uriginal – Fousion Gallery
Work by Alfred Mauve

Alfred Mauve

The photographer and visual artist Alfred Mauve was born in Germany and studied at the Academie des Beaux Arts in France. He worked both in film and video before developing a photographic body of work using alternative printing processes such as Lith printing or Platinoype, to be found today in various museums and printed editions. In 2000, he arrived in Barcelona, and specialized in performing art photography. In 2003 he founded El Palomar, a cultural association dedicated to the organisation of artistic exchanges, interdisciplinary exhibitions, workshops and international partnerships.

Frederik Schulz

Frederik Schulz was born in 1983 in Siegburg near Cologne. Between 2000-2003 he completed training as a design technicians for graphic design. After an internship in a photo studio for product and advertising photography, he works as an independent freelance photo designer in Berlin. Since then, he hangs around in the atmosphere of urban art in Berlin. His panoramas are very popular and appreciated both Portraits special and important places as well because of their elaborate and detailed work out.

Frederik Schulz