Jan Durina (1988, Liptovský Hrádok, SK) is a Slovak interdisciplinary artist who utilizes a diversity of medium to develop personas and grow the complex narratives they exist in. Through performance, photography, and sound Durina unfolds the nuance of each narrative, grappling with themes of loneliness, loss.
Ezgi Yakın (*1988) is a Turkish artist, writer, and academician who completed her graduate studies in 2015 at the Department of Painting at Dokuz Eylül University. There she continues her doctoral studies and works as a research assistant. Alongside she participated in many group exhibitions such as Young Fresh Different 9 (Zilberman Gallery, İstanbul, 2018), […]
Samuel Velebný is a multimedia visual artist living in Košice, who, in cooperation with the project K.A.I.R. Košice Artist in Residence and Nazar Voitovich Art Residence is participating in a residency stay in Ukraine.
Renáta Pintérová (1991) is a Slovak multimedia artist who will participate in an almost two-month residency in Ukraine as part of the cooperation between the project KAIR Košice Artist in Residence and NAZAR VOITOVICH ART RESIDENCE.
Juraj Ďuriš (* 1992) was born in Nitra, in the place where he became interested in street art in 2007. He graduated from the Faculty of Arts in Brno and afterward completed his master’s studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in the studio of professor Ivan Csudai in 2017. After finishing his internship in the Nova Galerie, he has continued to live and work in Prague. His works were part of solo and group exhibitions around the Czech Republic and Slovakia, moreover, he created many wall paintings e.g. in France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, the Netherlands, or Denmark.
Karolína Kohoutková (1974) is a Czech artist and pedagogue from Brno. The beginnings of her work have been influenced by the studies at the Secondary Textile School and since then she has been working with soft materials, perceiving its plasticity in connection with the human body and topics of innate and cultural identity.