Best Sellers of Young Blood 2021

Best Sellers of Young Blood 2021

Artists in the early stages of their careers have the most to prove to make their name known in the process. Consciously or not, artists working today are absorbing and enjoying the uncertainty, sadness, pain and occasional joy of the present, and channeling it into their paintings and drawings, sculptures and montages, film and digital animation. What were the young artists who managed to be promising in the P55? This year, we present 5 emerging artists who are pushing contemporary art forward through their urgent and moving work. The themes and materials explored by these artists are varied, bold figurative painting, mysterious reflections of the present, identity-oriented portraits, abstraction steeped in spirituality and an embrace of artisanal techniques. Discover in this list the artists who have distinguished themselves in this medium.

1. Joana Duarte
Joana Duarte 's compositions describe the essential lines of painting: color, shape, texture and movement. In his works with great abstract influences, few elements with undefined limits are used that create interesting chromatic relationships of great subtlety. The stains of color present in his painting offer the viewer a door to raw emotions and the immaterial, preferring to explore the tactile qualities and sensitive effects of color.

Joana Duarte | P55 Magazine | P55.ART


2. Sara Miguel
Influenced by the great painters of abstract art, Sara Miguel rejects traditional painting and gives wings to her emotions and expressions in the pieces she produces. Their feelings are directly represented, through the movements formed on the screens, the colors and shades. The influence of artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Jackson Pollock is predominantly denoted in his artistic expression. However, Sara Miguel offers a new element to her painting, by introducing lines from a medium other than paint - the artist introduces yarn and fabric to her production, whether on canvas or in other elements.

Sara Miguel | Artists | P55.ART

3. Ana Lúcia Ventura

Ana Lucia Ventura | P55 Magazine | P55.ART

4. Francois Farcy
With a new attention given to the common object and its transformation, François Farcy (1994) creates works inserted in a mass culture. The French artist explores various elements, from mannequins with the human figure to animal sculptures. With intense, fluorescent and vibrant colors, he metamorphoses his pieces, giving them a new aesthetic aspect. The influence of artists such as Basquiat and the pop art movement is manifest throughout his work. The massification of capitalist popular culture and the aesthetics of the masses are revealed through pieces with symbols of brands or popular elements. Exploring various media, François Farcy offers a spontaneous and emotional look at current culture.

Francois Farcy | P55 Magazine | P55.ART

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