The artwork of Narine Arakelian is a synthesis of plastic and performing arts involving new digital technologies. Narine uses the intersection of sculpture, painting, multimedia and performing arts to question social freedom and gender identity, in particular our perception and experience of traditions connected to marriage.
Alex Khlebnikov is the artist with encyclopedic knowledge and vast experience. He creates art objects using epoxy resin, silicon, optical fiber, LED lights and other materials. Calling himself an atheist, Khlebnikov, akin to an alchemist of nowadays, conducts experiments over the borders of the unexplored.
Damir Krivenko was born in St.Petersburg, Russia in the artistic family, and has been trained as a professional artist since childhood. He combines oil painting with recycled materials, such as motherboards or CDs. Damir’s works are in numerous private and museum collections (Bill Clinton, Pope John Paul II, Emperor of Japan)
Street artist Mezuwe is the youngest member of Artemiro Gallery. He joined the group in 2018 and participated in a few group shows in Manhattan and Scope Art Fair that took place during Miami Art Basel Week of 2019.
Mezuwe's works can be found on the streets, in high fashion and in our gallery.
Artem Mirolevich received his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Since then, the artist’s works have been subject to over 100 solo exhibitions worldwide and are included in museum and private collections in the U.S. and abroad (John Edward Walsh Jr., Robert Rothchild, Swiss Beats, Nic Iljine, Kolodzei Art Foundation).
Unique and instantly recognizable sculptures by world renown artist Alexander Ney have been praised by art critics, curators and collectors worldwide. New York Times wrote several articles on Ney and the American Flag has been raised on Washington's Capitol Hill in 2021 in honor his talent. Works in various museums and private collections.
In “Mothership entering Sunken City”, a ship is gliding through tranquil waves among a multitude of maritime marauders. An underwater city where the god of the sea resides is looming at the bottom of the ocean.
A contemporary artist par excellence, Mirolevich navigates digital space with the same ease as the realm of brush, pencil, and paper. Artem's digital work retains the unique expressive quality of the artist’s physical work, enhancing his signature attention to detail and superior skills.
“The Palace of Poseidon” reveals the artist’s life-long fascination with the maritime subject matter. A signature Mirolevich whimsical tour-de-force, the works abound in outlandish details and unexpected compositions. “Ship in the City” features a tower-like vessel docked in the futuristic harbor, with an eccentric creature curiously monitoring the drop of its anchor. A contemporary artist par excellence, Mirolevich navigates digital space with the same ease as the realm of brush and paper.
Collaboration project between Artem Mirolevich and Dmitry Trekhsvyatsky. Artists create an immersive experience, using large scale oil painting, original video content and a soundtrack, which is the most innovative part of the project. The soundtrack is created by an algorithm, designed to read the composition and brush strokes of the painting and translate it to sound.
The three-part project presented at the Armenian pavilion of the 58th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia (2019) is an artistic and analytical representation of the Armenian Revolution of 2018. Female artists, scholars and queer feminist activists have been largely involved in the project. Narine Arakelian reenacted one of the revolution’s most unique forms of protest — the ‘Cast Iron Pots and Pans’ initiative.
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