# Franck de Las Mercedes | AHA Artist in the Press

Franck de Las Mercedes

Completely self-taught, FdLM’s creations, from his large scale abstract paintings, to the acclaimed public project  “The Priority Boxes”, have attracted great interest in his work and given him the opportunity to exhibit alongside important artists like Romero Britto and Robert Rauschenberg.

Franck de Las Mercedes
Franck de Las Mercedes - Prohibido Callar, 2018
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Imperfectly Perfect – AHA Pop-Up Show

Thursday, October 18th, 6-9pm

Spring Natural – 98 Kenmare St – New York, NY

For further information and visuals, please contact Norma or Francesca: Norma@aha-fineart.com and Francesca@aha-fineart.com

212-810-7716 or 347-743-4132

 

gilf! | AHA Artist in the Press

gilf!

On a fast moving train to a neon-streaked unknown, the global community hangs on to the teetering semblance and imprint of a world that is crumbling.

Street Artist Gilf! Goes Barefoot - view more artwork from gilf!

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Roger Laux Nelson | AHA Artist in the Press

Roger Laux Nelson

I consider my work to be simultaneously realistic and abstract. The realism requires no comment as it is self –evident, it is the abstract that remains ambiguous.


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Alexis Diaz | AHA Artist in the Press

Alexis Diaz

His inspiration comes from all areas.
Everything around him is a source: nature, music, dawning every day, life itself.

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José Arenas | AHA Artist in the Press

José Arenas

Much of my work revolves around having a dual identity, of dislocation and displacement, and of feeling a sense of disorientation from growing up in 2 countries. These two geographies, Mexico and the United States, were parallel worlds with distinct customs and rituals that have become a point of investigation in my work …


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Margaret Roleke | AHA Artist in the Press

Margaret Roleke

The installation “Seagreen Mist” was part of the project Island Universe. Following the ancient Chinese notion of the five main elements of nature (fire, earth, water, metal and wood), a group of artists was invited to explore elements of Governors Island: Water, Wind, Light, (Is)land and People. Transforming the rooms, stairways, and hallways of a house into a series of installations …


Margaret Roleke, “Seagreen Mist”
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Carly Ivan Garcia | AHA Artist in the Press

Carly Ivan Garcia

Carly Ivan Garcia has developed and evolved a unique neo-abstract art style. Garcia’s language of imagery is translated through strong form and bold palettes. In the past few years, his work has been shown in numerous gallery solo’s around California and countless group shows all over the West coast.


Carly Ivan Garcia, "Forty Yards Dash"

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Jun’ichirö Ishida | AHA Artist in the Press

Jun’ichirö Ishida

I envision my art as promoting the positive essence of the human experience to create harmony in the community. I want my pieces to wake up the audience from idling in the impermanence of the floating world and make them become aware of living fully in the present moment. To advance them to a level of consciousness embodied in the following declarations: Live the life. Now is the time. Focus and concentrate.


Jun'ichirö Ishida, "Meditation on the Emptiness"

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Bedel Tiscareno | AHA Artist in the Press

Bedel Tiscareno

In the human figure, I find a framework of infinite possibilities for content and narrative that is viscerally connected to each of us. The well-established tradition of figurative sculpture in almost all ethnic cultures throughout the world immediately connects me to a dialogue that demands contribution and adamantly opposes resolution. At this stage, I create my work on a small scale. Although I have goals of creating larger work, the current scale enables me to express ideas with relative speed and efficiency. My solitary free-standing figures are as much maquettes for larger, as yet to be realized works as they are finished pieces.
Often times, the piece developed as a lone sculpture will find its way into a composition consisting of multiple figures.

Bedel Tiscareno - Zebra
Bedel Tiscareno, Zebra

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