Regarded as one of the Colombia’s most important conceptualists, Antonio Caro used unconventional forms of art to encourage sociopolitical and cultural reflection. His most famous work (now considered a classic), is the “Colombia” series, a protest against rampant consumerism and globalisation.
Cruzeiro Seixas was one of the most iconic surrealists in Portugal though, in his modest mind, he was just “a man who paints”. The Master’s desire for aesthetic and ideological freedom met in delicate and precise brushstrokes the expression of a philosophy he remained faithful to his entire life.
Aurélia de Sousa was a renowned painter and and a woman a will who lived through the passage from the 19th to the 20th century. Historian Filipa Lowndes Vicente tells how her ambition took her to Paris and raised her to success.
Known on the street art scene as Ledania, Diana Ordoñez is one of the most influential Colombian visual artists worldwide. After being challenged to paint several murals on the walls of Ara stores, she brings her fantastical world to the cover of Feed.