Retroavangarda’s Artists

Luis Antonio Rivera Rodríguez - poster

Luis Antonio Rivera Rodriguez – Mexican poster at Retroavangarda Gallery

Luis Antonio Rivera Rodríguez is a professional graphic and poster designer from Mexico. He is a member of AMDI Mexican Association of Illustrators. He participated in many national exhibitions, among which the following can be mentioned: Poster CON100te 2011, I Love Design 2012 and 2014 rock in paper 2013, 1 UP Mexico 2013 and 2015, …

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Antonio Martin Ferrand – retro collages in Spanish style

Antonio Martin Ferrand was born in 1947 in Spain, in the seaside town of Santander. For the past 30 years he has been creating exclusively analog collages and assemblages. His art is rich in various motifs, forms, shapes and colors: drawings of exotic fish, seashells and sea creatures cut out of pre-war atlases, yellowed maps, …

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Allan Bealy – vintage collages from Brooklyn

Allan Bealy is an experienced artist. He graduated from The School of Art and Design in Montreal and has for many years worked as a graphic designer and art director in advertising agencies in New York. He has a trained eye and perfectly operates with color and composition. His collages from recent years, after retiring, …

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Alvaro Sánchez – art straight from Guatemala

Photo report from the exhibition in Retroavangarda Gallery in Warsaw Alvaro Sánchez (born 1975), lives and works in the capital city of Guatemala. He specializes in collages, work as a graphic designer and writes articles about music, both for printed and digital media. He is a fan of heavy music and good wine. His artistic …

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Mystical art of Christian Verhelst

For me, the most alluring aspect of studying art is  discovering new, unknown before pieces and their creators. I don’t mean here the younger generation (the so-called Young Art) but mature artists. One of such discoveries of mine is Christian Verhelst – a splendid Belgian artist, whom you won’t find in history of art books. …

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Daniel Rodriguez – a breeze of contemporary art from the Andes

Contemporary Peruvian art is dominated by figurative painting. However, there is a parallel development of abstract art, initiated by Fernando de Szyszlo – a famous painter born in Lima, whose father was a polish geographer. Szyszlo, fascinated with surrealism and cubism, quickly shaped his own distinctive style. Fascination with European avantgarde can be also traced …

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Jonathan Sirit and his avant-garde inspirations

Jonathan Sirit – graphic designer, musician, collage artist and creator of underground zines. These are just some of  the passions of the young artist. He was born in Venezuela in 1987 and 20 years later he migrated to Barcelona. He is the drummer of now famous punk band Belgrado (lead singer of which, by the …

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Marek Radke

Marek Radke was born in Olsztyn in 1952. In 1980s he moved to Germany where he presently lives and works.  In 2008 he received a grant from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation (New York, US). In 2012, he was awarded the Prize of the Kunstverein Paderborn and the Sparkasse Paderborn-Detmold. Marek Radke has had in his career …

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Koji Nagai – interview with a contemporary collage artist

Last year’s International Collage Exhibition organized by Retroavangarda showcased many prominent collage artists, amazing Koji Nagai from Japan being one of them. His pieces stand out in terms of big size and masterful precision and are a mix of various inspirations but at the same time remain very original and Japanese. in my opinion it …

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Macaparana – the continuer of neoplasticism and Malevich’s concept

Today we present a great contemporary artist from Brasil – Macaparana, who creates geometrical art. In his art there is visible influence of avant-garde art, especially of such artists as Hans Arp or Polish sculptor Katarzyna Kobro. Macaparana, born 1952, is a Brazilian painter, illustrator and sculptor. He presented his first solo exhibition as early as in …

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