Here are just some of the artists whose work will be showcased:
Guillermo Fernández Díez is a Madrid-based visual artist who has exhibited across Spain, as well as in Hong Kong, South Korea, the Netherlands and Belgium. He’s particularly well known for his series of black and white abstract paintings. More recently he has focused on figurative art and collage, full of peculiar characters and fantastical ideas.
Lea Gulrich is a German artist with a fine arts background, having studied in Rouen, Trier and Krakow. She is known for her intricate ink artworks that juxtapose with bold and abstract backgrounds, with people and animals appearing to glow in neon colours. Depicting mystical and magical worlds, her work invites existential thought and discussion.
Gabriela Tolomei is an Argentinian artist who has exhibited in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Barcelona, London, Paris and Mexico. Formerly a businesswoman, marketing professional and amateur dramatics fan, Tolomei later changed paths to dedicate her life to art and creativity. Her abstract work is characterised by a combination of bright colours, lines and deliberate brush strokes, depicting her fundamental spiritual philosophy.
Alma Lisseth Tapia is a Mexican photographer known for her black and white shots. Her photographs often depict the simple joy of children living their lives in urban settings. She also has a series of stylised shots of young women striking bold poses.