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Koster is highly experimental; he doesn’t like to settle for conventional. His artwork speaks volumes of his risk taking nature and that is why he likes to work with various kinds of media for his artwork. Three of his most famous art pieces; ‘99 Rooms’, ‘Strahlende Orte’ and ‘Ana Somnia’ are living proofs of Koster’s tentative nature. The theme that is prominent in his art is the apocalyptic sentiment. To portray this, he uses symbolic exaggeration and countless surrealistic elements. His work might look mysterious to many buts it’s open for interpretation and debate. For instance, in Ana Somnia, the artwork takes the viewer into the dream land and one figure takes the form of another and the cycle continues, a lot of stories and interpretations can be formed. Three of the most famous art projects by Kim are shown in the images below.
Nicoletta Veronesi loves to play with color and portrays them in both traditional and nontraditional media. She was born in Milan and educated at New York City at the Arts Student League (Veronesi, 2012). She expressed her art through figurative and abstract painting. Graffiti style of painting in New York City inspired her and that is the reason she worked for eight years in vernacular. Collage, painting, photography and ceramic are the elements she uses for her artwork. Wearable art, fabric design, furniture design and artist’s books are also her medium of art.
The tone and the emotions in her artwork are always positive. There are certain elements in her work that stir emotions of joy and happiness when people look at them. Even those who are not familiar with the technicalities of art feel a positive vibe from her work. The colors are usually bright and ecstatic and they invoke the same feelings in the viewers. Such delightful themes are very obvious in her work, so vivid. It is not one of those art pieces where one has to look at it
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