Artists

Damian Le Bas

Initiator

Damian Le Bas was born in Sheffield U.K in 1963. He studied at the Royal College of Art London 1985–1987. He was one of the sixteen artists who were part ofParadise Lost, the first Roma pavilion at Venice Biennale 2007. Together with his wife, the artist Delaine Le Bas, they created Safe EuropeanHome? a series […]

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Delaine Le Bas

Co-Curator

Delaine Le Bas was born in Worthing, U.K, in 1965. She studied at St Martins School Of Art London. Delaine is a cross disciplinary artist creating installations, performance, photography and film. Her works focus on issues of identity, race, gender, sexuality and the continued violence and exclusions against whoever is perceived as “the other” within […]

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Hamze Bytyçi

Co-Curator

Hamze Bytyçi born in 1982 in Prizren/Kosovo, lives and works in Berlin. In 2005 he graduated from acting school in Freiburg and founded the organization Amaro Drom (Our Way). After a one-year engagement in Zurich, he moved to Berlin in 2006, where he performs and directs at Ballhaus Naunynstraße (Romeo rennt), Maxim Gorki Theater (Journey/Drom, […]

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Dan Turner is an artist and educator from London, a Romani born in Kent whose family are still based in South East London with its many close associations with Romani culture. Dan trained at Central St Martins School of Art where he completed a BA Honours Degree in Fine Art (Sculpture). He works across media, […]

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Gabi Jimenez lives and works in France. He has long been committed to the memory of tragedies and social injustice and to the visibility of the lives of those whom we do not speak of. He is one of the leading artists from discriminated minorities who has helped to develop an international art movement from […]

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Jeffrey Wynne is a 28-year-old interdisciplinary visual artist who lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. His works are inspired by the landscapes that surround him. He grew up in the city of Victoria, on a place called Vancouver Island. The area where he lives is divided by the US-Canada border and is a region of […]

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Kálmán Várady was born in Hoffnungsthal, close to Cologne, Germany, in 1958. His Hungarian heritage has influenced his personal life greatly and has always been a great inspiration for his art work. He studied at the Academy of Arts (Cologne) and advanced to the master-class student of professor Wolfgang Schriefer. During this period he travelled […]

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Krzysztof Gil (b. 1987, Kraków) is of Polish Roma origins and grew up in Nowy Targ, Poland. Between 2008-2013, he studied Graphic Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He is the recipient of the Jolanta Kwaśniewska Foundation scholarship ‘Understanding without Barriers’, and a three-time recipient of the Polish Minister of Interior and […]

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Ludovic Versace is an artist, currently living in Lyon, France. He graduated from Emile Cohl Art School where he teaches today. He mainly works with animated images, combining drawing and videos in fictional or documentary projects. His commitment and his involvement in political field led him to the Parisian suburbs (Seine Saint Denis) where he […]

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(D/BA) was born 1965 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina, is Art photographer. His work focuses on documentary and portrait photography and aims at capturing Roma identity in Berlin, where he has been based for the past twenty nine years, and elsewhere in Europe. Since 1992 working on different Art projects and photostudies. Supported by the […]

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Nomadic Seeds is a platform for dialogue and exchange about healing plants and a place for the seeds of friendships to grow. It was founded by the artists Delaine le Bas and Mara Lea Hohn as a reaction to CoViD-19 with an urgency to invent strategies of self-care and create accesses to natural and non-industrial […]

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Patricia Pientka grew up in a family that lived between Germany and Spain and still today she lives this multi-based way of life. Currently, her bases are in Berlin and India. In Berlin, she studied contemporary history and philosophy and is sometimes still active in several projects around the history and presence of Sinti and […]

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Roland Korponovics is a media artist currently living and working in Budapest , Hungary. His main focus is on the visual representations of the LGBT + community at an intersection of the contrasting globalist approaches of western and eastern cultural narratives. Looking at these identities as postmodern products, his main goal is to scan identities […]

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