Wolfgang Flad

He does not attempt to reproduce an accurate representation of the visual reality, instead, he uses upcycling materials such as art magazines and artbooks among others to create his abstract sculptures.

The balance between matter and empty space in between elements reminds us of nerve cells.

Intentionally or not they are made out of information. Dozens of art magazines are crushed into small pieces and mixed with glue to give form to the basic structure of his art works.

Wolfgang Flad’s Website

Manuel Antonio Dominguez

He was born in 1976 in Villablanca, a two thousand habitants village in the south of Spain.
Manuel studied decoration in Huesca’s art school, fine arts in Valencia, got a scholarship in Sicily, and lived in Córdoba, Cádiz, Sevilla and Madrid, where he is currently based.

All those places had a huge impact on his understanding of the arts.
In his work, we find a mix of modernity, tradition and an intense study of gender and masculinity.

Manuel Antonio Dominguez's Website


After getting fired of his former job as a photographer for an advertising agency he moved to Berlin to pursue his artistic career.

In 2011 started to work with solvents and printed ads from fashion magazines. Those magazines where he was taking the prime material were good to start but he immediately realized that he was surrounded by much bigger printed images;  Outdoor Advertising.

His past as a graffiti writer gave him the strength to start intervening the public space.

Today he finds himself comfortable in a middle point between fine art, street art, anti-advertising activism, and expressionism.

Vermibus Website

Pablo de Lillo

He was born in Oviedo, Spain in 1969.

This artist found his vocation when he was only 7 years old. At the early age of 18 he was already renting an art studio during the summers where he started his first series of art works.

He moved to Madrid to study fine arts. Frustrated by the art education system he decided to learn the profession by himself.

He assures that his career has been long, slow and intense but the result is a body of work with an great reflection behind that sustains a minimalistic approach.

Pablo de lillo's Website

Isabel Alonso Vega

She was born in 1968 in Madrid.

She uses the smoke as a resource in her research of fear. In her works fear is presented as a huge and dreadful smoke cloud that only exist in our minds and dissolve when touched.
She started experimenting with soot, the black trace of fire. Soot looks intensely black but at the same time it is almost immaterial and very fragile. She creates big clouds of smoke by superiposing transparent layers stained with soot, which have to be kept in acrylic cases due to the fragility of the material. Like a taxidermist, Isabel assembles fear as a hunting trophy.

Isabel Alonso Vega's Website

Jan Muche

He started to work as a lithographer when he was young, after mastering the technique he moved to Berlin and decided to break with his past and focus all his energy to become an artist.

He studied painting at the UDK having the painter  George Baselitz as his first art professor and Carlo Studike as his master until he finished his studies.

Right after finishing the art university he was discovered and shown for the first time in Italy by the Studio d’Arte Cannaviello. Later on Michael Schultz art gallery offered him his first international art show in Seoul.

After exhibiting all around Europe and Asia, Jan Muche is being represented by Alexander Ochs, who was the first one exhibiting Ai Weiwei in Germany.

Jan Muche's Website

Jeroen Cremers

Cremers paints and creates sculptures. He uses cardboard. A material that he started to use by chance, or rather by necessity, and that gradually inspired him more and more. A building material as sober as possible, layered, thick but yet flexible, and known to everyone. Cardboard goes to us all often by hands, but not so quickly in the context of visual art.

Photo by: @saskia_uppenkamp_photographer

Jeroen Cremer’s Website

Ricardo de Larrea Remiro

He was born 1972 in Heilbronn, Germany to spanish parents. After living in south Germany and Barcelona he is now living and working between Berlin and Valencia.

Coming from a strong artistic influenced family with his father being a visual artist and his grandfather a musicologist, art has always been a part in his life.

2010 he founded in Berlin the project BcmA facilitating art projects, organizing and curating international exhibitions, since 2012 in his permanent space in the culturally vibrant heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg.


Berlin con mucho Arte ( BcmA) founded 2010 by Ricardo de Larrea,  promotes intercultural cooperation between German and international artists, designers and filmmakers who have settled in Berlin. The focus is to enable emerging and professional artists to collectively exhibit, curate, and collaborate in the Berlin art scene. #bcm_arte