Tina Berning (born 1969 in Braunschweig, West Germany) is a Berlin-based artist and illustrator. After working as a graphic designer for several years Tina Berning focused on drawing and Illustration in 2000. Since then her award-winning illustrations are published worldwide and are shown in many renowned anthologies. Tina Berning's illustrations have been featured in publications like The New York Times , Playboy (US and Germany), Vogue (Italia, Nippon, Germany), Die Zeit , Süddeutsche Zeitung , and Architectural Digest .
Her early passion for editorial illustration led her to an intensive contemplation on the human figure. Reflecting the female role in media is one of the core issues in her artistic work. Her work as a fine artist is shown regularly in solo exhibitions in the US, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands and Canada.
Angela Bulloch, is an artist who often works with sound and installation; she is recognised as one of the Young British Artists. Bulloch lives and works in Berlin.
Eberhard Bosslet is a German contemporary artist who has been producing site-specific art and architectural-related works, such as sculpture, installation, light art and painting, all indoors and outdoors, since 1979.
Albert Oehlen is a German artist. He lives and works in Bühler, Switzerland and Segovia, Spain.
Norbert Bisky is a German artist based in Berlin. He is one of the most important representatives of a new figurative painting in the 21st century.
Bethan Huws is a Welsh multi-media artist whose work explores place, identity, and translation, often using architecture and text. Her work has been described as "delicate, unobtrusive interventions into architectural spaces".
André Butzer, is a German painter.
Klaus Peter Brehmer, was a German painter, graphic artist and filmmaker. From 1971 to 1997 he was professor at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg.
David Stern is a German-born American figurative painter, whose work is rooted in the European figurative art tradition and informed by American Abstract Expressionism. The main theme/motive of Stern's work is the human condition. He works almost exclusively from memory and his accumulated knowledge of the human figure. All of Stern's paintings are done with self-made mixtures of pure pigment and linseed oil. Since 2019 he has changed his practice and uses acrylic binder as a medium for his pigments.
Danja Akulin rose to prominence by creating large format pencil drawings that reinstate this genre's autonomous value.
Clemens Weiss is a German artist living in the United States.
Liu Ye is a Beijing-based contemporary Chinese painter known for his bright-hued paintings of childlike female figures, his favorite cartoon character Miffy the bunny and works inspired by Piet Mondrian. Liu Ye is part of a generation of artists who grew up during the Cultural Revolution. However, unlike most acclaimed Chinese contemporary art, his works have little political implications. Instead, he prefers to use a universal language to depict his inner world. His work has been exhibited extensively in China, Europe and the United States.
Charlélie Couture is a French and American musician and multi-disciplinary artist, who has recorded over 25 albums and 17 film soundtracks, and has held a number of exhibitions of paintings and photographs. He has also worked as a poster designer, and has published about 15 books of reflections, drawings and photographs.
Olaf Hajek is a German-based illustrator, painter, artist, graphic designer, and author.
Miles Aldridge is a British fashion photographer and artist.
Seo Soo-Kyoung, known by the artist name SEO (세오), is a South Korean contemporary artist who lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Her artist name comes from her family name Seo written in capital letters.
Nanne Meyer, is a German artist. She is one of the first women artists of the postwar generation who works primarily in drawing. Meyer lives and works in Berlin.
Joachim Baldauf is a German photographer and publisher. He currently lives in Berlin.
Stephane Leonard is a German artist. Leonard works in various different media. His oeuvre spans from drawing and painting to sound installation, music, video installation, music videos and film.
Shannon Bool is a Canadian artist. Bool lives and works in Berlin.