Ramon Puig Cuyàs and Tony Saladino

Ramon Puig Cuyàs and Tony Saladino

The landscape gives form to a way of seeing that becomes visible in the work. Every artist belongs to a time and a place, Barcelona, Vilanova …. although, as the Mexican poet José Emilio Pacheco said, art has no nationality, it has roots. The artist integrates with those who contemplate, a quiet contemplation, one which, little by little, becomes an emotional reality, a sensitivity transformed into an inner landscape. The landscape, specifically the sea, “the Mediterranean”, becomes a symbolic reality, this is the constant context in my work.

Ramon Puig Cuyàs

I enjoy the risk taking aspect of shifting from theme to theme, and the energy I get from going from medium to medium. I want each piece to possess a spatial energy that compels a viewer to look. I want the images to be universal enough to be compelling.

Tony Saladino

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Thereza Pedrosa

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Founder and Director of Beautiful People Live Art || Thereza Pedrosa was born in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil) in 1985, and grew up in Bassano del Grappa (Italy) and in Lausanne (Switzerland). In love with Europe, she operates borderless from her new location near Leipzig (Germany). Graduated in Conservation of Cultural Goods at the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice, and a jewelry designer herself, she promotes contemporary artists and designers worldwide. Her engagement is manyfold: selecting the most promising trends, promoting contamination between the arts, by editing online and offline publications.