• Art
Louise Bourgeois, conscious and unconscious artworks

The imagery in her work was wholly autobiographical and a form of catharsis. Her art went across sculptures in a wide range of media: unique environments, or ‘cells’, in which she combined traditional marble and bronze sculptures alongside the everyday objects imbued with a strong emotional charge (furniture, clothes and empty bottles); prints and drawings; and hand-stitched works made of fabric. 

  • Photography
Through a lens of deep compassion

Pierre Gonard’s portraits are compared with paintings by great masters of painting such as Veermer, Caravaggio or Velázquez.
His photographs are large format and with a dark, neutral and abstract background with the intention of eliminating the context in which the image is captured. His works are almost always close-ups of unknown characters that border on marginality.

  • Architecture
Camp Adventure Park Tower by Effekt

The 900m treetop walk connected to a 45 meter tall observation tower was designed by Copenhagen based architects Effekt.

  • Dance
Vertikal. Defying gravity

Mourad Merzouki, one of the best and most innovative choreographers in Europe, defies the laws of gravity and challenges his dancers to conquer the vertical. In a spectacular flight of adventure and passion they explore space, plunge down to earth and rise again, searching for lightness and discovering weightlessness.

  • Fashion
Iris Van Herpen

Dutch designer of couture formed in the studio of Alexander McQueen before opening his own firm, Iris Van Herpen is a pioneer in the use of 3D printing techniques applied to the world of fashion.

  • Art
Toshihiko Hosaka

“Full Page Editorial” sand sculpture called: ‘voice of the sea news’ made by this amazing sculptor implores Japan to Reduce Plastic.

  • Illustration
Edel Rodriguez, a creative chameleon

Inspired by personal history, religious rituals, politics, memory, and nostalgia, his bold, figurative works are an examination of identity, cultural displacement, and mortality.