Artists

Rafael Fuchs (US)

After graduating in 1984 from “Bezalel Art

Academy” in Jerusalem Rafael Fuchs moved to New York, where he is based as ”artistic embassador” with atelier and gallery in Brooklyn-area Bushwick.


Rafael Fuchs is known widely for his

portraiture of a long row of celebrities.


The last couple of years  Rafael Fuchs has mainly worked with mixed-media.

Galleri Wärme - a Copenhagen Gallery for Contemporary Art

 

Henrik Pyndt Sørensen (DK)

Born 1956 and working as engineer and autodidact photographer, living in Copenhagen.

Since 1999 he has been connected with "Biofoto" (member) and "Ritzau Scanpix" (stringer), and

his works have been publiced in several media.


The last couple of years Henrik Pyndt Sørensen has turned towards creative photography, which is guided by personal motivation:                     "The Present Future" (2019) - "More Works"

"Let the Trees grow old (and Die)" (2020)

Ole Werner Munck (DK)

Ole's artistic expression is influenced by many traditions, from ancient rock carvings, abstract and figurative

painting, installation and sculpture to art-performances and live-painting.

Nordic nature may often been seen in his works, which, at Fuchs Projects, will encompass both paintings, video and live-performance.”

Marc Desmullier (FR)  1953-2019

Marc Desmullier was born and raised in Bretagne, and the dramatic landscape from here has been a ongoing source of inspiration for his work.

He did graduate from l’École Supérieure des Arts in Paris and worked for some years as illustrator and scenographer, until he decided to be a full-time independent artist.

Marc Desmullier did a.o. exhibitions in France, Belgium, Spain, Germany and latest also in Denmark.

Ebbe Pettersson (SE)

Född i Kungälv, Sverige 1942. Autodidakt Måleri och cross-over performancekonstnär med musiker, dansare och poeter.

Utställningar i Sverige och Europa sedan 1970 på gallerier, museer, konsthallar m.m.

Min bildvärld är den som kommer till mig i stunden och stannar kvar tills en annan tar över.