Artelectrico Exhibited Artists

Patrick Riley

Papillon
Nature Online Exhibition

Patrick Riley@Papillon

He is currently Emeritus Professor of Cell Pathology and continues to be engaged in academic studies. His recent work has focused on his discovery of monocular stereoscopy and the principles underlying this remarkable phenomenon.
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Jose Luis Seligson

Reencuento Online Exhibition
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Jose Luis Seligson @ Reencuentro

Jose Luis is an exhibited Mexican artist resident in New York; in Reencuento, Jose Luis joins Gabriel for an unforgettable exhibition.
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Yael David-Cohen

Yael David-Cohen’s work reflects her passion for blending textile work with painting and printmaking.

Yael David-Cohen

Don't miss our upcoming art exhibition showcasing stunning works from Yael David-Cohen. Join us in this upcoming exhibition of exceptional creativity, and thought See you there!
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Gabriel Alvarez

Reencuentro Online Exhibition<
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Gabriel Alvarez @ Reencuentro

For many years, Mexican artist resident of London has exhibited in England, Mexico, Canada, and the United States. In "Reencuentro", he joins long lost friend Jose Luis Seligson.
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Reem Al-Refaie

Concept of Emancipation Online Exhibition
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Reem Al-Refaie @Concept of Emancipation

Reem's art explores the world around her with a playful and almost sarcastic view.  Growing up in the digital age, her art is predominantly digital - where she explores how to create a sense of life in a 2D medium.
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Rina Bakis

Rina Bakis' artistic journey, influenced by her global experiences and education in graphic design and architectural techniques, infuses her work with a distinctive form, space, and composition.

Rina Bakis

Rina Bakis’ art revolves around the exploration and expression of energy through the dynamic power of colours.
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Listen to our artists’ interviews by Dina Hendawi at Memories from the Margin

 Memories from the Margin is a space in which stories from the margins may surface. These are the stories that shape our authentic selves thus challenging the discourse in society which tells us who we are and what we must believe.

Gabriel Alvarez uses his vivid and eclectic artwork to deliver a call for us to confront the dilemmas of our humanity.

Reem shares her artistic vision and how culture, memory, and the endless desire for bright color fuel her work.

INTERVIEWER

Dina Hendawi is an educator, originally from New York, but currently living in Germany with her husband and two children. She is working on an MLA degree at Johns Hopkins University and plans to conduct future doctoral research on the representation of Muslims in Western literature and media. She was the recipient of the Madalyn Lamont Award in Creative Writing in 2010 and has published in CC&D Magazine and The Bangalore Review. Dina Hendawi is the host of Memories from the Margin, a podcast in which stories from the margins may surface.