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Abstrart vol1 - new collection of abstract contemporary art - International Catalog of Emerging Artists - cover

Abstrart vol1 - new collection of abstract contemporary art - International Catalog of Emerging Artists

Stefano Fiore

Publisher: Make Art Gallery

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Summary

This first e-book of AbstrArt gathers abstract artworks or with abstract themes created by contemporary international artists who have joined the Italian art gallery project, Make Art Gallery.
AbstrArt volume one will offer you a new vision into the world of contemporary abstract art, presenting a selection of unique and personal works that explore various styles and techniques.

Divided into 2 author collections, the ebook will showcase the following artists:

Collection 1

Agata Sand · Alessandra Pavoni · Alessandro Idini · Bruno Birasa · Christian Colace · Dino Puglisi · Edyta Dzierż · Eugenio Coppo · Ezio Curletto · Giada Cabroni · Iulia Rosu · Iván Fdez

Collection 2

JC Jessie · Konrad Hellfeuer · Kristen Applegate · Manuel Civano · Marco Grechi · Maristella Angeli · Mauricio García Vega · Tiziana Rasile · Tommaso Mangiacasale · Valentina Marín · William Zhou

Art Director: Stefano Fiore
Rome/Italy
www.makeartgallery.com
Available since: 07/12/2023.

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