Marion Baruch

Marion Baruch stands out in the world of art, turning fabric into explorative pieces that defy the norm. Born in Romania, her art seamlessly blends her origins with her global explorations. Her journey isn’t a simple evolution of styles, but a deep dive into materials and the spaces they occupy.

She carved a unique niche in the art scene. Rather than overwhelming viewers, Marion Baruch offers a reflective pause. She takes everyday materials, like textile industry leftovers, and spins them into wonders. These creations aren’t just sculptures or visuals; they’re immersive experiences. They challenge and invite you to see the familiar in fresh ways. You don’t just observe fabric in her work; you witness its space transformation.

Embedded in her art are potent political and poetic stances. They push against societal and artistic norms. This audacious approach isn’t about rebellion; it’s about constant questioning.

Imagine an artist offering you a puzzle instead of a story. Marion Baruch’s art is that engaging puzzle. Each piece nudges you towards a deeper understanding. It’s not only about the visible but also the hidden and the unspoken.

Her art beckons not just for observation but for immersion. Every creation invites exploration, questioning, and a fresh perspective on the world.

 

  

Felicity Hammond

British artist Felicity Hammond focuses on modern city landscapes in her work. She looks at the buildings and designs that

Mané Pacheco

Mané Pacheco, born in Portalegre and currently based in Lisbon, has a multifaceted background blending art and environmental conservation. After

Claude Cattelain

Claude Cattelain, born in Kinshasa, now bases his artistic practice in Valenciennes and Brussels. His work investigates physical gestures and

Erris Huigens / Deconstructie

Amsterdam-based artist Erris Huigens delves into the crossroads of graffiti, painting, minimalism, and conceptual art. Over time, his style has

Suzanne Saroff

The New York-based photographer Suzanne Saroff has a keen eye for mundane items to which most of us pay no

Willie Cole

Willie Cole, a cutting-edge sculptor, printer, and visual artist, masterfully intertwines the mundane with the strikingly profound. Everyday objects, under

Inês Norton

Inês Norton, possessing a degree in graphic design and a flourishing career as a visual artist, explores the intriguing relationship

Sander Wassink

Sander Wassink, a Dutch artist, shines a light on the often-overlooked. He transforms discarded objects and crumbling structures, challenging our

Riëtte Wanders

Born in Rhenen, Netherlands, the dynamic artist Riëtte Wanders has anchored her creative pursuits in Amsterdam. The sheer magnitude of

Be the first

Stay in the loop with 0→1. Join our email list for curated news, artist highlights, and exclusive collections. No spam, just art. Unsubscribe anytime.



Cookies

We use cookies to improve your browsing experience; details in our Privacy Policy