Vanina Sorrenti was born in Naples, Italy in 1973 and moved to New York City with her family when she was nine. Her work has appeared in magazines such as Japanese Vogue, French Vogue and Numero. She has been commissioned to shoot several campaigns, including Chloe, Elle McPhereson Intimates and Cover Girl.
Vanina Sorrenti - Photographer
From its first work in the early '90s, Kolkoz has constantly gambled—literally and figuratively—with the effects of simulation. Every one of their works is a duality—of a reality, a person or a shape—created by modelization.
Kolkoz - Artists
Sebastien Tellier is a modern day enigma, conquering hearts with soulful music. With "My God is Blue" Sebastien seeks to unify his fans under the blanket of his message: love. A major pillar of Sebastien's message is the notion of finding one's true identity.
Sebastien Tellier- Musician
Robert Montgomery was born in Scotland in 1972. Poetic texts are the basis of his work and he makes light pieces, billboard pieces, woodcut pieces and watercolors. He showed in Orientale at the 2011 Venice Biennale and he is one of three British artists selected for the first biennale in India, The Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
Robert Montgomery - Poet, Artist
Leonard McGurr, known as FUTURA, is one of the most famous U.S. graffiti artists and is internationally acclaimed. While being a key figure of the movement, he was also one of the first to pass from the street's walls to the galleries.
Futura - Spray Painter
Fabio Novembre was born in Lecce in 1966. Moving to New York in 1992, he befriended Anna Molinari and worked on his first interior project. The collaborations with leading design companies intensified over the years, working in shops around the world.
Fabio Novembre - Artchitect
Random International creates artwork and installations that explore behavior and interaction, often using light and movement. Founded in 2005 by Stuart Wood, Florian Ortkrass and Hannes Koch, the studio utilizes raw fragments of artificial intelligence to encourage relationships between the converging worlds of animate and inanimate.
Random International - Artist
Tardily entering the world of dance and after an experience as a dancer in the company of Viola Farber, Mathilde Monnier began her interest in choreography in 1984 alternating between group, duo and solo projects. Piece by piece, she trumps expectations by presenting ever-evolving work.
Mathilde Monnier - Choreographer