Bruno Alder (CH)


Photographie, Tintenstrahldruck (1/50), 18 x 18 cm

Zürich (CH), 2014


Bruno Alder (*1971 in Herisau, CH) lives and works as an artist and freelance photographer in Zürich and France. He studied photography in London, Montpellier (F) and Zürich. He is specialized in Portrait, Still, interior and experimental photography. Several Exhibition and Book projects are in progress.


Silvia G. Armesto (ES)


Öl auf Karton, 18 x 24 cm

Barcelona (ES), 2017


Silvia G. Armesto (*1965 in Barcelona, SP) lives and works as a painter in Barcelona. She did a Fine Arts degree in painting at the University of Barcelona and absolved different painting classes at public art schools in Barcelona. Nature plays an important role in her work. Her works are regularly shown in shows in Spain, Holland and Portugal.


Béatrice Bader Sollberger (CH)


Mischtechnik auf Transparentpapier, 24 x 18 cm

Bern (CH), 2017


Béatrice Bader (*1968 in Muri/BE) lives and works as a visual artist in Nennigkofen and Bern. She is the founder of the artistic research project FeldForschung – künstlerische Praxis und Öffentlichkeit. She is specialized in mixed media and hybrid narrations.


Felipe Castelblanco (US)


Photographie, Tintenstrahldruck auf Archivpapier, 18 x 24 cm

London (UK), 2016

Felipe Castelblanco is a multidisciplinary artist living between London, New York and Bogotá. His work explores new frontiers of public space through video, photography and installation. Felipe holds an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, U.S.) and has exhibited at museums and galleries in Europe, the USA, and South America. He is the recipient of several awards including the Starr Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Arts in London in 2015.


Emanuel Cederqvist (SE)


Photographie, Farbnegativ auf Photopapier, 18 x 24cm

Gothenburg (SE), 2016


Emanuel Cederqvist (b.1983) is educated at Valand Art Academy, University of Gothenburg. He has held several solo exhibitions and participated in groupshows at Gothenburg Art Hall and Hasselblad Center, as well as published the books “What remains” (2014) and “The Observer” (2016). His practice is characterised by the examination of the photographic image’s relation to memory and loss. His work often deals with themes such as impermanence and transience. The exhibition “the Observer” consists of a series of black and white photographs, which examines the gap between the accidental and the predictable. 


Michael Cheung (CN)


Acrylfarbe auf Leinwand, 18 x 24cm

Hong Kong (CN), 2016


Michael Cheung (*1978 in Hong Kong, CHINA) born and bred in Hong Kong, He is a self-taught artist, trained as a graphic designer at the university level. His practice consists of figurative oil paintings, as well as mixed media works that deal consistently with the notions of hidden beauty, while referencing the emotional attachment to the city in which he grew up.


Thomas C. Chung (AU)


Garn und Füllmaterial aus Acryl, 22 x 18 cm

Basel, 2017

Thomas C. Chung (*1981 born in Hong Kong) is an Australian artist, based in Sydney.  In 2004, Chung completed his BFA at the College of Fine Arts at the University of New South Wales. Since 2008, Chung has exhibited in twelve solo exhibitions, and participated in the 2nd Land Art Biennial Mongolia. In 2012 Chung exhibited at the Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, and in 2013 he was invited to the prestigious artist’s residency The Swatch Art Peace Hotel. In 2015 he completed a commissioned artwork for Swatch® to commemorate their Swatch® Club 25th Anniversary. He also recently represented Australia at the 4th Ghetto Biennale in Haiti, 9th Shiryaevo Biennale in Russia and 3rd Santorini Biennale in Greece. His work is included in various private collections in Australia and internationally.



Bettina Costa (CH)


Papiercollage, 18 x 24 cm

Rheinfelden (CH), 2017


Bettina Costa (*1965 in Rosario, ARG) lives and works as a visual artist in Rheinfelden (CH). Self-taught, she works with acrylic, collages and stencils. Tango is often a recurring motif, which she represents in a variety of forms and with different techniques, as street art or as installations. Her paper collages represent bizarre, whimsical scenes.



Sophia Cull (DE)


Mischtechnik auf Papier, 12 x 18 cm

Frankfurt (DE), 2017


Sophia Cull (1963 in Munich, Germany) lives and works as an artist (Painter) in Frankfurt on the Main (FRG). She studied Fine Art (Painting) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich (1986-1992),  where she recieved an  awarded diploma in painting. (Distinction). Later she attended lectures and seminars in Clinical Psychology at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich (1992-1998) and Psychoanalytical Filmseminars Goethe University Frankfurt. She is specialized in painting, working on[1] photographic and printed images and sculpture.




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Michele Di Erre (IT)


Mischtechnik auf Papier, 13 x 18.5 cm

Turin (IT), 2017


Michel Di Erre (1973 in Torino, IT) worked for 8 years as an actor while he was studying at the University. During this time, He became more interested in stagecraft than acting. He attended classes of the stage designer and painter Daniela Dal Cin. For the following 10 years he worked as a lighting technician for all the main theatres in Torino, while doing photography on the side. As of 2010, he started to draw and worked as a freelance illustrator for local newspapers and satire magazines. He experimented in conveying content through a line, creating a graphic poem in 2013, and a graphic song in 2014. He looked for a style that could represent his perception of reality and started experimenting with peripheral drawing, in which the subject is drawn while looking away from the sketchbook. His method is composed of two phases: the first is the gathering of images, impressions and subjects that fascinate him in real life; the second is the realistic re-elaboration of the sketches created, that appear as pure emotional perception, free from the cognitive filter of reality. The result is a snap-shot of his thoughts, which looks like images that remain after a dream. A daydream.


Rossella Ferrero (IT)


Acrylfarbe auf Leinwand, 15 x 21 cm

Turin (IT), 2017


Rossella Ferrero was born in Turin in 1995. Ever since she was young, she has been interested in art and music and is now attending her third year at Albertina Accademy of Art in Turin. Last year she started to draw a female figure called Bonnina, who is an interpretation of a woman, with her power, beauty and prehistoric curves. Rossella also works as a photographer and artbuyer. Her love for every kind of art grows through curiosity and experimentation of different languges and materials.

Yvonne Good (CH)


Farbdruck, Klebeband, Stift, 24 x 18 cm

Zürich (CH), 2017


Yvonne Good (*1984, Sursee, CH) lives and works in Zürich (CH). After her graduation she studied Fine Arts from 2007 to 2011 at “F+F Schule für Kunst und Mediendesign” in Zurich. In between she completed a scholarship in Art/Action at HEAD (Haute école d’art et design) in Geneva (CH). Good works especially in the following fields: performance, video and language.

Lisa Greber (CH)


Mischtechnik auf Holz, 24 x 18 cm

Rheinfelden (CH), 2017

Lisa Greber (*1981 in Liestal, CH) lives and works in Rheinfelden.  She studied at Zürich F+F and hfbk Hamburg (2005-2012). She is specialized in video and painting.


Barbara Hauser (DE)


Photographie, Druck auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

Grand Forks (US), 2011


Barbara Hauser (*1976 in Altdorf, CH) studied linguistics, Fine Arts and photography at the University of North Dakota and Zurich University of the Arts. Her artistic work includes photography, video-installation, performative formats and sculptures. She lives and works in Lucerne and Brindisi (Italy).

Fabrice Hermans (NL)

XXXY (Detail, 1/3 Rahmen)

Mischtechnik, 2 Rahmen 27 x 42 cm und 1 Rahmen 27 x 21 cm

Maastricht (NL), 2017


Fabrice Hermans (*1963 in Vaesrade, NL) lives and works as an artist in Maastricht (NL). He studied graphic design at Academie Beeldende Kunsten Maastricht. His work is autobiographical and takes a critical look at consumerism, migratory phenomena and the pharmaceutical industry’s place in society.


Dominik His (CH)


Graphit auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

Thalwil (CH), 2017


Dominik His (*1965 in Basel, CH) lives and works as a sculptor and object artist in Zürich. He studied art at F + F School in Zürich (2005 -2009). He works with found objects and plaster or polyurethan.



Roy Andreas Hofer (CH)


Öl auf Holz, 15 x 20 cm

Basel (CH), 2014


Roy Andres Hofer (1976 in Basel, CH) lives and works in Rheinfelden AG as an artist, organizer and graphic designer. He studied the arts of Lithography at Schule für Gestaltung Basel (1993-1995) and HGKZ (2002). He is also the organizer of CAMPBASEL, the ONEsize show and the „into the deep woods“ pop up shows during the Art Basel week. With his artist run gallery Roy he took part on various international art fairs such as; Art Copenhagen, CUTLOG NYC, SLICK Paris, SetUp Bologna, Art Market Budapest, SWAB Barcelona, Room Art Fair Madrid, Art Edition Seoul among others.

personal website:
A-SPACE, artist-run gallery:

Andrea Jaeger (UK)


Tusche auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

London (UK), 2017


Andrea Jaeger (*1978 in Wittenberg, GER) lives and works as a photographic artist in Leicester (UK). Having pursued Communication Studies (HTW Berlin & Deakin University, Melbourne) and Photographic Studies (University of Westminster, London), she has been exhibited and published internationally with group and solo shows in the UK, U.S., Germany, Switzerland and Denmark. In her practice Jaeger is studying the notion of non-representation, sensuousness and sublimation in photographic production processes.


Remo Keller (CH)


Acrylfarbe auf Karton, 20.5 x 26 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Remo Keller is a Swiss artist, musician and graphic designer. He works with the art label "MILK+WODKA" (Roman Maeder and Remo Keller). Remo Keller is part of the famous bands "DENNER CLAN" and "LANDI BANDI", he lives and works in Basel.


Stéphane Koyama-Meyer (FR)


Mischtechnik auf Papier, 20.5 x 26.5 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Stéphane Koyama-Meyer (*1985 in Mulhouse, FR) lives and works as a visual artist and designer in Saint-Louis (FR) and Basel (CH). He studied Visual art and graphic design in Besancon (FR) (2001-2005) and works in collaboration with various art galleries and art festivals arround the world since 2012. He is specialized in street art, type lettering and pictogram creation.



Genya Krikova (RU)


Glasdruck, 24 x 18 cm

München (DE), 2017


Genya Krikova (*1985 in Moscow, Russia) lives and works as a contemporary artist, art show curator and freelance illustrator in Munich (Germany). She studied fashion design in Moscow (2003-2008), contemporary art in MMOMA, Moscow (2008-2010) and took part in various international exhibitions as an artist and curator. From 2016 Genya is a core member of the a-space gallery (CH). She is specialized in interactive installations and graphics.


Lubomira Lavrikova (CH)


Monotypie auf Digitaldruck, 18 x 24 cm

Zürich (CH), 2017


Lubomira Lavrikova (*1980 in Czechoslovakia) studied fine art and photography in Prague and Usti nad Labem (Czech Republic), and completed her Master's degree in Art Education in Zurich (Switzerland). Her artistic work includes photography, video and drawings as well as performance. Lavrikova lives and works in Zurich as a freelance artist and art mediator.


Kalena Leo (CH)


Photographie, Druck auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

Kembs (FR), 2016


Kalena Leo (*1987 in St.Gallen, CH) lives and works in Basel and Berlin as an artist and photographer. She studied Architecture at University of Lichtenstein and Design at HGK Basel. She works in the fields of fluid boundaries between person, body and surrounding space.


Hans Marchetto (CH)


Photographie, Offsetdruck, 24 x 18 cm

Zürich (CH), 2017


Hans Marchetto (*1956 in Winterthur) lives in Zurich. He did an apprenticeship as a painter and is an anarchist since he was 20 years old. In his artistic work he is engaged with visual poetry and Land-Art.


Alice Maselnikova (CZ/SE)


Mischtechnik auf Papier, 18 x 13 cm

Stockholm (SE), 2017


Alice Máselníková (*1989 in Zlín, Czech Republic) is a Czech artist, curator and art coordinator based in Stockholm. Alice is editor for the European Strategist, an online publication with focus on European culture, philosophy, politics and international relations, and a Board member of Swedish NGO Art, Culture & Society. She works as a Project manager of Supermarket – Stockholm Independent Art Fair. She holds a BA (Hons) in Art and Philosophy from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, UK and is a candidate for  MA Curating Art including Management and Law at Stockholm University. Most recently she was awarded the artArctica artist residency in March 2017 in Helsinki and the Critical Curatorial Writing Residency 2016-17 by Transfer North in Murmansk, Russia. Alice is conducting her research on contemporary art in northwest Russia.

personal website:
SUPERMARKET Art Fair Stockholm (SE):
EURSTRAT The European Strategist internet publication and a research circle: ​

Lucia Masu (CH)


Kreide und Faden auf Japanseidenpapier,

24 x 18 cm

Lausanne (CH), 2017


Lucia Masu (1973  Alghero, Italy) lives in Lausanne and works as a visual artist. She studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sassari (Italy) and Art Restoration in  Florence (Italy). She worked in the restoration field in London and Switzerland. She explores the theme of identity and reflects on the fragility of human life, using techniques and methodes coming from her experience in conservation.


Francesca Meier (CH)


Photographie auf Papier, Zeichnung mit Tusche und Wasserfarbe, 18 x 13 cm

Marseille (FR), 2017


Francesca Meier (*1960 in Antananarivo, MDG) lives and works as a freelance designer and artist in Basel.She did an apprenticeship in textile design (1977-1980) and studied fashion design at the Basler Kunstgewerbeschule (1985-1987). She traveled, lived and worked in America, the Netherlands, Madagascar, India, Morocco, Greece and France. Her main subjects of interest are history of craftsmanship, architecture, landscape and cities.


Naomi Middelmann (CH)


Pigmente auf unbehandelter Leinwand, 21 x 13 cm

Lausanne (CH), 2017


Naomi Middelmann (1973 in Vevey, CH) lives and works in Lausanne (CH). She studied Visual Arts at the Visual Art School in Munchenstein (CH), and Creative Writing and International Relations at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA), where she won a 4 year scholarship for outstanding academic achievement. She lived in New York from 1989-2002. Her work, which has been shown in over 40 solo and collective shows in the USA, Europe and Switzerland. Her themes are identity, migration and the ambiguity of perception. Her interests have led her to collaborate with neuroscientists on the issue of identity, perception and the understanding of the artistic process. She has given several public talks at museums, galleries and academic institutions. She specialises in drawing, painting and assemblages.  


Doris Missfelder (CH)


Mischtechnik, Jute auf Papier, 24 x 18 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Doris Missfelder was born in 1963 in Zurich. She studied Polarity (Bodytherapist) and Astrology. Since 1994, she started stone sculpting. Her Atelier is in Basel, where she offers "Stone Sculpting Events" for groups.


Ioana Mitrea (CH)


Analoge Fotografie, gescannt und gedruckt auf Fotopapier, 18 x 24 cm

Mali Losinj (HR), 2016


Ioana Maria Mitrea (*1988 in Bucharest, RO) lives in Basel (CH) and works as a Visual Designer in Zurich (CH). She studied Product Design at the Architecture University in Bucharest (RO) and was awarded a Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship to pursue her MA studies in Visual Communication at the Basel School of Design (CH). She works in the fields of design and photography and prefers shooting on 35 mm film.


Christian Mueller (CH)


Mischtechnik, gerahmt, 24 x 18 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Christian Mueller (*1981 in Nunningen, CH). Studied Fine Arts at FHNW Basel (2003 – 2006). Since 2005 he is writer and director at "Junges Theater Basel". He won the "Performance-Preis" (Kunstkredit Basel, 2009). Christian Mueller is the founder and president of the political party "FUK - Freistaat unteres Kleinbasel" (since 2011) and works with the project "OFFCUT" (market for recycled materials) in Basel.


Teresa Ribuffo (IT)


Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 18 x 13 cm

Turin (CH), 2017


Teresa Ribuffo was born in 1979. She graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in the painting section, with a thesis on Art History, "Social Art: Artists and Society in the Twentieth Century", and started immediately afterwards teaching painting and initiating artistic activity by participating in numerous collective and major national and international competitions. In 2012 and 2013, she won two scholarship to her in Andalusia, where she deepened an art anthropological research started in Italy. Currently she continues to pursue her artistic research between Italy and Spain.


Andrea Roccioletti (IT)


Photographie, Druck auf Papier, 12.7 x 17.7 cm

Turin (CH), 2017


Andrea Roccioletti, arthacktivist. Born in Italy, now expat (perhaps, simply, I'm experimenting with a concept of “country” different from the usual boundaries not decided by me). Lover of the classic as the postorganic, the weird and pop art but also the introverted one. I worked and collaborated with theater professionals, artists and experimenters of sounds, exploring new forms of sharing and dialogue. In permanent redefinition of me, I gravitate around a center, like an island seen from offshore, that attracts me with its mysterious inland.


m2s-Ratio (CH)


Photographie auf Acryl, 10 x15 cm und Audiofile auf USB Stick, 7:00 min (Edition mit 3)

Basel (CH), 2017


Stefan Rudin (*1983 in Basel, CH) lives in the rural part of Basel. He studied fine arts at F+F School in Zurich from 2010-2014. m2s-Ratio is an experimental music research project with a strong approach for visual display and performance.


Pavlína Rutarová (CZ/CH)


Faden, Stoff, Stecknadeln, 20 x 26 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Pavlína Rutarová (*1979 in Ostrava, CZ) lives in Basel. In her artwork, fabric plays a major role. With her non-commercial atelier project in Basel she is recycling and up cycling clothes and shares this with others.


Carola Rümper (DE)


Retrostyle-Photographie, Druck auf Papier, 10.5 x 9 cm

Berlin (DE), 2017


Carola Rümper (concept artist) lives and works in Berlin (DE). She studied art and literature at University Osnabrück (DE) and Fine Art at Academy Enschede (NL). She investigates and documents the RÜMPERIENS since several years. THE RÜMPERIENS are a rare kind of beings.


Ona Sadkowsky (CH)


Acrylfarbe und Marker auf Leinwand, 24 x 18 cm

Zürich (CH), 2017


Born in Zurich in 1992, Ona Sadkowsky has already gathered a strong following despite her young age and is considered one of today's most aspiring young artists in Switzerland. Ona grew up in Zurich's old city center in a family of artists. Her style is considered colourful and imaginative. Her subjects are humanlike beings who, despite their comic like style, have a certain difficult-to-explain melancholy or sadness. The viewer often senses some sort of taboo, nudity, and sexuality. She mostly uses acrylic and markers on canvas or wood.


Sayumi (DE/JP)


Öl auf Leinwand, 24 x 18 cm

Berlin (DE), 2017


Sayumi (*1982 in Tokyo, JP) lives and works as freelance artist in Berlin (DE). She studied oil painting at Tokyo University of the Arts (2006−2010 BFA, 2010−2012 MFA) and Zurich University of the Arts (2012−2015 MFA). She works in the field of contemporary art.


Beni Schmid (CH)


Fahrradreifen, Nagellack, Klarlack, 18 x 20 x 15 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Beni Schmid (*1977, Basel CH) did a Bachelor of Arts in Interaction and Process Design and a Master in Design at FHNW Basel (2013). Since 2013 he runs the Pataphysical Institute Basel together with Ursle Schneider.


Alina Sonea (AT/RO)


Tintenfeinschreiber auf Papier, 24 x 18 cm

Feldkirch (AT), 2017


Alina Sonea (*1986 in Vaslui, Romania) lives in Feldkirch, Austria and works as an architect and artist in Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria. She studied Architectural Design Theory at the University of Liechtenstein and at the University of Architecture and Urban Studies “Ion Mincu” in Bucharest. She is specialized in fine line drawing and explores the relation between texture, architecture, geometry and nature.


Alexandra Stiffler (CH)

ZWISCHEN (Serie mit drei Arbeiten, 2/3)

Gouache auf Papier, 15 x 21 cm

Basel (CH), 2017


Alexandra Stiffler (*1981 in Davos, CH) lives and works in Basel. She studies Art Education at FHNW | HGK Basel (CH). She is specialized in drawing.

Silvia Studerus (CH)


Acrylfarbe auf Karton, 21 x 15 cm

Basel (CH), 2016


Silvia Studerus (*1987 in St.Gallen, CH) did a Bachelor in Fine Art at FHNW (2013). She studied to be a Taichi teacher at China Wushu Institut St.Gallen (CH). She was part of the curatorial-collective "Dr. Kuckucks Labrador" in Basel (2012–2015) and was part of Villa Renata (2013-15).


Numa Sutter (CH)


Acrylfarbe auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

Biel (CH), 2017


Numa Sutter (1984* in Biel/Bienne, CH) lives and works as an artist and designer in Biel/Bienne (CH). He studied at the  School of Visual Arts in Graphic Design, Biel/Bienne B:B CH (2000-04) and at the Hoch Schule der Künste Bern CH, Bachelor in Fine Arts (2012-15). He is specialized in painting and installation.


Marion Täschler (CH)


Tusche und Acrylfarbe auf Papier, 16.5 x 21 cm

Zürich, 2017 (CH)


Marion Täschler (*1988 in Diepoldsau, CH) lives an works as an all-rounder in Zurich. She works with ink and paper as well as with a scanner, insects and plants. She is specialized in collecting thoughts and objects whenever and wherever she is.


Agnes Thor (SE)


Photographie, C-Print auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

Stockholm (SE), 2015


Agnes Thor, born in 1986 in Sweden, is an artist, working with photography as her main medium. She often turns to nature as a subject, as well as translating emotions and memories into photographs. She has a strong interest in the space between the tactile and the sublime; and although she often photographs the world around her, she never claims to document the world as it is, rather opening up the interpretation to the viewer. She has a Bachelor of Fine Art from School of Photography from the  Gothenburg University and her work has been exhibited in Sweden, the US and several European countries. In 2010 UK publisher Mörel Books released her first monograph Aurora Borealis, and her second monograph, As The River Runs was published by Blackbook Publications in 2016.



Lotta Törnroth (SE)


Photographie, C-Print auf Papier, 18 x 24 cm

Stockholm (SE), 2017


Lotta Törnroth (1981, Stockholm, Swe) lives and works as an artist in Stockholm, Sweden. She studied for a master's degree in photography at Aalto University in Helsinki (2012-2014) and received the Victor fellowship from the Hasselblad Foundation (2014). She works mainly with photography and travels around the world photographing and writing about the sea.


Claudia Vásques Gómez (CL)


Collage, 18 x 24 cm

Santiago (CL), 2017


Claudia Vásquez Gómez (*1981 in Chile) lives and works  in Santiago-Chile. She studied at the School of Art of the University of Chile, courses titled “Biology of Knowledge and Human Communication”, in the Faculty of Science of the University of Chile. Currently, she is a candidate for a Master Degree in “International Studies”, at the University of Chile. She develops her work mainly using “ephemeral scripture” or her own body as work material; from techniques known as “Installation”, “Performance” and “Interventions”, she uses public spaces, urban or landscape, to present and show her artwork.


Phil Wagner (CH)


Acryl, Holz, optische Linse, 18 x 24 cm

Luzern (CH), 2017


Phil Wagner (born 1976, in Sursee, CH) works and lives as an artist and craft teacher in Lucerne. In Basel he studied interior and srage design. He deals with the presentation and design of architectural objects, structures and spaces. His interest is both  design from the physically tangible three-dimensional spaces as well as the two-dimensional visual illusion of space with different artistic means.



Tim Waltinger (CH)


Linolschnitt, Linolprintfarbe auf Zeichenpapier, 24 x 18 cm

Zurich (CH), 2015/2017


Tim Waltinger (1976, Germany) makes paintings, drawings, mixed media collages and assemblages, new media art and sculptures. By implementing a dramatic and often metaphorical terminology, Waltinger intends to deepen the astonishment of the viewer. His compositions leave traces by balancing on the edge of recognition and estrangement. In his, at times surreal but always intense, pictures, fiction and reality meet, well-known allegories merge, meanings shift and past and present fuse. Moment and thought play a crucial role. By using a visual terminology that approaches disparate and contrasting social and political matters, he consolidates ostensibly incompatible concepts into a renewed and different world. His precise attitude analyzes the blurred border between experience and imagination. His engaging research regarding the fusion between language and image establishes a thorough involvement with the spectator, both in emotional as well as intellectual terms. Tim Waltinger lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland and Berlin, Germany.


Tjefa Wegener (CH)


Photographie, Druck auf Papier, 18 x 25 cm

Basel, 2016 (CH)


Tjefa Wegener (*1986 in Basel, CH) lives and works as a freelance photographer in Basel, Bern and in the Alps (CH). She studied photography at Ostkreuzschule in Berlin (2008–2011) and did two documentary journeys to Mexico (2010 and 2012). She is specialized in nude and long term documentary photography.


Klea Weibel (CH)


Knochen, Koralle, Sterlingsilber, Zwirn, Lederschnur, verzinktes Stahlblech, Bajonettverschluss

Zug (CH), 2017


Klea Weibel (*1986 in Chur, CH) is a freelance goldsmith. Till 2011 she studied goldsmithing and silversmithing at MOKUME academy in Thessaloniki, Grece. Since 2013 she is based in Switzerland and has her studio at atelier house "Gewürzmühle" in Zug (CH).


Andrea Wilmsen (DE)

RED TABLET II (aus der Serie „FOUR CHAPTERS OF A COLORED TALE", Edition mit 25)

Photographie, Druck auf Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl, 18 x 24 cm

Berlin, 2016 (DE)


Andrea Wilmsen (*1970 in Düsseldorf, DE) lis a Berlin based photographer. Details of the everyday, the hidden and the overlooked are topics of her work. Structure and minimalism are recurring elements. In the casual she creates a poetic essence. By depicting the usual in an unusual way she questions the idea of perception with its conditions and subjectivity. Andrea's work has been shown internationally in solo and group exhibitions and was featured in art and architecture magazines.