4rd Edition – Dictador Art Masters
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"Alejandra Oviedo, better known as Ruttu, is a Columbian artist well known for her vintage comic-style art, often depicting erotic and fetish themes."

"„(…) I am a visual artist, I love to explore various techniques and apply them to my work. Since I was very little I have always been surrounded by threads, needles and fabrics because my mother is a fashion designer and she guided me in the textile path, but curiously she was not the one who taught me to embroider, but she did teach me to be tactful with the threads and showed me that this was another creative language. A few years ago I started working in a...

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"Diana Ordóñez (born 1987) (…) is a Colombian multimedia artist based in Bogotá. Known mostly for her graffiti murals, LeDania also works in photography, graphic design, advertising, artistic makeup, and decorative items such as clothing and accessories. LeDania is most known for her positive and vibrant graffiti murals, most of which locate in Chapinero, a neighborhood on the north side of Bogotá. Her graffiti often features animals and insects from Tasmania, in addition to other mythological, magical, or autobiographical symbols. Other than graffiti, LeDania's figurative works derive from three different artistic movements: expressionism, cubism, and surrealism. The Museum of Contemporary Arts of Bogotá first exhibited LeDania's artwork in 2005. Her work...

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"Nychos (born 1982) is an illustrator, urban artist and graffiti artist from Austria. He is known for his characteristic dissection, cross-section, x-ray and translucent styles, often portraying animals and characters drawn from pop culture. His works can be seen on walls around the world while his works on canvas and drawing have been shown in internationally in galleries. In 2015 the artist released the documentary “The Deepest Depths of the Burrow”, which depicts his experiences as a globetrotter artist. (…) Born into a family of hunters in Bruck an der Mur, Styria, Austria, Nychos was fascinated by the anatomical details resulting from the exercise of hunting from an early age. At...

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"Francisco Rodrigues da Silva also known as "Nunca" is a Brazilian artist who uses a graffiti technique to create images that confront modern urban Brazil with its native past. His name Nunca ("Never" in Portuguese) is an affirmation of his determination not to be bound by cultural or psychological constraints.[1] Nunca is one of the most famous street artists of his generation. (…) Born in São Paulo, Nunca began his career at the age of 12 as a member of a gang spraying pichações - a Brazilian alternative tag - on walls in Itaquera, the poor neighborhood in eastern São Paulo where the family lived. He then developed his own style,...

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Fintan Magee

"Fintan Magee is a Sydney based social realist painter, specializing in large-scale murals. Born in 1985 in Lismore, New South Wales, to an architect mother and father who was a sculptor, he started drawing at a young age. His earlier large-scale paintings often inhabited the isolated, abandoned and broken corners of the city, and today are found all over the world including in London, Vienna, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Moscow, Rome, Jordan, and Dublin among others. Magee’s practice is informed by a profound interest in political murals, inspired by exposure at a young age to those of his Father’s native Northern Ireland. This is reflected in the socialist...

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"Okuda San Miguel graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Madrid’s Complutense University. His unique iconographic language of multicolored geometric structures and patterns on the streets, railroads and abandoned factories around the globe have made him one of the world’s most recognizable street artists of today. Highly sought after for large scale projects, Okuda is perhaps best known for his conversion of an abandoned Spanish church aptly named Kaos Temple, which has become a new icon of contemporary art. (….) In his work, rainbow geometric architectures blend with organic shapes, bodies without identity, headless animals and symbols that encourage reflection in artistic pieces that could be categorized as Pop...

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Artista Colombiano, difundo mi trabajo bajo el seudonimo de “SakoAsko” En mi obra tengo una preocupación por la técnica como tambien por la parte conceptual procurando mantener un equilibrio entre estos dos factores. Siempre he tenido afinidad por el mundo interior humano, me interesa saber que motiva a la toma de decisiones o a la postergación, por esa razón me apasiona tanto la creación de imagenes, ya que por medio del dibujo puedo hacer visibles los universos interiores que están ocultos al ojo humano.


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Tomasz Górnicki

“Tomasz Górnicki (ur.1986) to wschodząca gwiazda Polskiej rzeźby, łączy klasyczne, warsztatowe wykształcenie zdobyte na Akademii Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie z kreacją, wyobraźnią i odwagą na polu eksperymentów estetycznych. W swojej twórczości płynnie porusza się w obrębie szerokiego spektrum technik i materiałów naprzemiennie pracując w marmurze, brązie, aluminium czy stali. Jego prace oscylują wokół tematów związanych z psychologicznym aspektem tożsamości człowieka, jego naturą czy też formowanymi relacjami społecznymi. Nie rzadko prezentuje on bardzo osobiste podejście do tych zagadnień, używając wizerunku swoich najbliższych do „sportretowania” idei.”

“Graduate of the Faculty of Sculpture at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts in the studio of Janusz Antoni Pastwa. In his work, the artist reaches...

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Prof. Mariusz Waras (M-City) was born in 1978 in Gdynia, Poland. In 2004, he graduated from the Faculty of Graphic Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk where he worked as a teaching assistant at Professor Jerzy Ostrogórski’s studio (2008-2014). For three years, he ran the Academy’s Graphic Design Workshop, and in 2013 he obtained his PhD from the Department of Painting. Since 2014, he has been working as a teaching assistant at Professor Henryk Cześnik’s Painting Workshop. mCity also runs the Street Art Studio at the Faculty of Painting and New Media at the Academy of Art in Szczecin.

He is a street artist, graphic designer, and illustrator who also...

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