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Duke Savino


Engraver - Sculptor - Painter

Luca Savino, aka "Duca" is Italian, born in 1986, born and raised in Padua but currently resides in Palermo even if he has a nomadic soul.
From an early age he shows his interest and indisputable talent especially towards painting. “I was observing my mother painter and my grandfather, who was dedicated to author's fakes. I liked learning by playing with them ”. As a teenager, he used his passion to paint T-shirts for friends.
In addition to painting, he devoted himself to sculpture and already at the age of nine, in 2012 he held his first professional exhibitions.
He spent his university years in the hills of the Marche and a year in a cave in Granada in Andalusia, and these experiences made him understand that he wanted to be an artist by profession, and to make painting his first commitment, because for him painting arises from the need to float in his world and search for himself.


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Abstract Painter

Karin Baedeker is German, born and raised in Bergkirchen in the Bavarian countryside. He lives between the city of Munich and Bergkirchen.

He studied art history at the LMU in Munich, and during his university years lived between Munich, Bamberg and Hamburg.

His art is abstract, he loves to play with colors and shapes of natural and non-natural elements, a peculiarity of his technique is the use of a palette knife and potatoes to create writings and different layers on the canvas.





With his photograph, Itto likes to tell the soul of a city. The atmosphere of a place as (for better or for worse) shaped by the people, but he wants to tell its character without the human presence (or very little).

This is exactly what he often says: he shoots with his big camera in strange hours (he prefers the dawn) and chases the vibrations. He likes to consider the urban landscape as if the houses were people posing. He says that the shape of the buildings, the squares, the play of light and the reflections are never random.

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