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MAGO

Multimedia Artist

Torn cardboard, wire, pipes, and sticks are used to create bold and graphic element influences from Chinese brush strokes, graininess of print making, and etchings styling. Crude graffiti techniques, tagging, repetitive silk screening indicate an over sensory of visuals in our urban environment as a propaganda and street art cred against the commercial invasion.

@magoartist

MAGO

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Sara DiOrazio

Painter

Inspired by minimalism, surrealism, abstractions, fashion, street art, architecture, travel, nature, and the beauty behind imperfections. Sara DiOrazio gives you a look into her perfectly imperfect world.

@sdioart

Sara DiOrazio

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Anthony Buscaino

Photographer

Intrigued by the boundless nature of art and as a professional practicing landscape architecture, Buscaino's work takes the viewer in to a parallel dimension. 

 @asb.visualart 

Anthony Buscaino

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UnCasso

Anonymous Street Artist

Founder of the famous “Protect Yo Heart” piece found in major cities all across the nation. Creating masterpieces through experiences, observation, and reflection, they speak to the hearts of strangers in the midst of day-to-day city chaos. Anonymous street artist, UnCasso, has his arms are tattooed with the works of Banksy, Dali, and Basquiat — fellow artists who have shared the same mindset as his — of creating art that is changing the world.

@uncuttart

UnCasso

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Robert Mojo

Multimedia Artist

Mojo combines industrial materials with found objects to create his kinetic, abstract and realist sculptures. Robert’s work is in private and corporate collections throughout the Hamptons and the US. His kinetic installations ‘Tipping Point XIX’ and ‘Synopsis’ are on loan to Ken Schwenk and Ray Wellen of the Green Thumb at Hayground respectively and are considered well-known and much-loved Hampton landmarks.

@robertmojoart

Robert Mojo

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Marsin Mogielski

Photographer

Marsin is a filmmaker, photographer, as well as the Creative Director of Social Life Magazine; the premier luxury print publication for the Hamptons. He is the co-creator of Access Hamptons.

@marsindigital

Marsin

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Rose Hartman

Photographer

For the past four decades, Hartman has photographed fashion and celebrity icons in some of the most legendary settings of New York nightlife, from Studio 54 to the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute Gala.

@rose.hartman

Rose Hartman

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ONHEL

Painter

ONHEL started as an engineer for Swizz Beatz in 2004. Through that time, he worked with Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, and many more. After engineering for over a decade he then moved on to production. Producing "President Carter" and "Mona Lisa" for Lil Wayne. During his time in music he has been nominated for three Grammys. Now has ventured off into another creative form. ONHEL started painting in mid Sep 2019 and has since been focused on a new love of a different art.

@onhel

ONHEL

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Adam Umbach

Fine Artist

Brilliant light, color and space define Umbach’s work. Differing from geographical landscapes to expressionistic backgrounds, the work maintains a minimalist aesthetic. By using recognizable imagery, these color fields provide a glimpse into the artist’s life.

@a_umbach

Adam Umbach

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Gregory Petan

Fine Artist

Painting, illustration, drawing, and mixed media artist living in New York City.

@gregorypetan

Gregory Petan

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Luciana Pampalone

Multimedia Artist

Her vision as a Photographer, Art Director and Concept Artist has been invaluable to a wide array of global companies from GoldenEye Spa to Oil of Olay. On assignment throughout the world, Pampalone has been trusted with securing branding images for advertising agencies, travel agencies, bridal companies and cosmetic companies.

@lucianapampalone

Luciana Pampalone

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Christian Gonda

Fine Artist

Coming from tv and commercial production in Hollywood, Christian left his career in the industry to pursue his passions in visual arts. Self-taught in drawing and painting, he followed his vision and belief in finding knowledge without the environment an academy could provide has independently developed his creative thinking and style. His admiration for ‘chiaroscuro’ embraces his subjects beauty and emotion as if a camera has taken a photograph to capture its gesture. Inspired by great masters such as John Singer Sargent, Albrecht Dürer and Caravaggio. His favorite art movements are Romanticism, Abstraction, Street Art and infinitely curious about our sublime universe.

@christiangonda

Christian Gonda

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