The Artists

The members of the Collective represent a diverse
group of artists and makers from all around the globe.

Mutually diverse, individually brilliant.

Michael Adam

Sophie Bandelin

BERØ

Maia Beyrouti

Emily Bland

Georg Bochem

Beth Braun

Florian Breetzke

Arild Brock

Phi Chacon

Elena Chemerska

Juheon Cho

Cali DeKera

Chris Dennis

Nico Duta

Marie Franco-Bourrellier

Francesco Gioacchini

Dagna Gmitrowicz

Victor Gounel

Rhys Himsworth

Nelia Hoffmann

Jetoshi

Geraldine Juárez

Stefanie Kabitzke

Christoph Ketel

Ann Kiernan

Alona Kraft

Klaudia Krynicka

Cati Laporte

Lea & Adrian

Christina Mallet

Larisa Mamonova

Doris Marten

Miguel Martínez

Ben Mergelsberg

Matteo Migliorini

Andre Paetsch

Libby Page

Mathias Roloff

Silvia Sarsano

Michi Schneider

Kazuki Shibata

Katharina Siedler

Yukihiro Taguchi

Tijana Titin

Hagen Vogel

Sascha Walmroth

Ze WEI

Frederic Writer

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Michael Adam

Since 2017, Berlin painter Michael Adam is working in Studios ID. His oil paintings and graphics are showing “snapshots” of natural and urban scenery. Adam is as well dealing with conceptional ideas on contemporary social and economic topics.

www.docblot.de

Sophie Bandelin

Sophie Bandelin is a Berlin based ceramic artist. She usually develops a new ceramic project with an idea she finds in nature or her inside world. To make every piece unique, she combines throwing on the potter’s wheel with handbuilding techniques.

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BERØ

With storytelling and humor, BERØ encourages people of all ages to play, be curious, and marvel at life’s small details and beauty. She designs original experiences, embracing a lighthearted and hopeful message. Welcome to the world of BERØ!

www.bero.world

Maia Beyrouti

Maia Beyrouti is a French/Palestinian multi-disciplinary artist. Her work explores the ideas behind the map & the territory and the collective unconscious. She is also the founder of Moïo Studio, where she creates ceramic objects.

www.maiabeyrouti.com

Emily Bland

Emily Bland is a British-French painter. Her focus is the comprehension of abstraction. Using man-made structures and natural forms to inspire her work, Bland incorporates the contrast between organic and inorganic, perspicuous and ambiguous.

www.emilybland.uk

Georg Bochem

Beth Braun

Beth Braun was ‘born’ in 2018, she is the alter-ego of another artist with a completely different voice. Not afraid of asking difficult questions, Braun’s work resonates with anyone who has ever doubted or questioned what it’s all about.

www.facebook.com/artbethbraun

Florian Breetzke

Arild Brock

Arild Brock is not post-modern. He may be behind his time – or ahead. In fact, he finds continuity in time a good idea because it CONNECTS, like logic in thought. His digital prints address current topics like Corona.

www.galeriebrock.de

Phi Chacon

Phi is a multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin. Her work is a direct representation of her emotional struggles and, from her point of view, instability. Recurring themes of her work being self-image and emotional disorders. 

artphi_org

Elena Chemerska

Juheon Cho

Juheon Cho is a South Korean artist, living in Berlin. As a multi disciplinary artist, she explores the media, society and people’s relationship with the digital environment. Her works reframe events and highlights the flatness of digital media.

jo-joo.com

Cali DeKera

Cali DeKera is a ceramist working between the folds of Design and Applied Arts. In his Berlin studio you will find him throwing, hand-building and painting diverse vases, vessels and forms along with Shamanist raku-fired pottery.

www.calidekera.com

Chris Dennis

Chris Dennis’ paintings are produced in lieu of a ‘real’ conversation. The narratives have been carefully obfuscated and from this manufactured fugue state, He explores biography/autobiography, authorship and the unreliable source.

www.chrisdennisart.com

Nicu Duta

Marie Franco-Bourrellier

Francesco Gioacchini

Francesco Gioacchini is a visual artist based in Berlin. He works with painting and installation; his research focuses on the aesthetics of opposite elements and his works are an overlapping of different meanings and media.

www.francescogioacchini.com

Dagna Gmitrowicz

Dagna Gmitrowicz paints portraits and landscapes of human nature reflected in abstract art. She develops educational tools supporting human growth through visual language.

www.dagnaart.com

Victor Gounel

Victor Gounel is a French figurative painter and architect, living in Berlin. He typically paints portraits as well as land- and seascapes. His non-conceptual, intuitive style of portraiture evokes a range of emotions and illustrates both the fragility and the importance of intimacy.

www.victorgounel.com

Rhys Himsworth

Jetoshi

Jetoshi Woodworker is creating organic, local, individual, personal and unique handcrafted wood objects, human-made with love and soul in Berlin.

www.jetoshi.com

Geraldine Juárez

Stefanie Kabitzke

Ann Kiernan

Ann Kiernan is a multi award winning illustrator. Her illustrative style has been described as emotive with violent beauty. She creates her energetic illustrations using traditional materials & sometimes incorporates digital enhancements.

www.annkiernan.com

Alona Kraft

Klaudia Krynicka

Cati Laporte

Lea & Adrian

Lea & Adrian live and work together in Berlin and Chur (CH) as two persons but one artist. They work with concept, video, photo, installation and performance. They focus on the visualisation of traces and relationships that are inherently contingent.

www.lea-und-adrian.net

Christina Mallet

Christina Mallet is a multi-disciplinary artist. Her collage work aims to explore irony through outlandish and peculiar juxtaposition while her portrait and body landscape photography seek to showcase the deep and quiet beauty of the human face and form.

www.christinamallet.com

Larisa Mamonova

Larisa Mamonova is a multidisciplinary artist from California. Through her figurative paintings, Mamonova explores introspective themes including body image, identity, personal life experiences, and childhood trauma.

www.larisamamonova.com

Doris Marten

Doris Marten is an abstract painter, who has designed her concept painting like a major colors research. In her artworks, the interaction of colour nuances as well as the rhythmically structuring repetition and variation of the individual elements create an intensity of observation that goes far beyond the visually perceptible.

www.dorismarten.com

Miguel Martinez

Miguel Martínez seeks to comprehend and ultimately portray human behaviour by exploring intimacy. Complicity, seduction, joy, fear, melancholy, perversion, brutality… it’s all in the same mix of our human condition. He lives and works in Berlin.

www.miguelmartinezart.com

Ben Mergelsberg

Matteo Migliorini

Matteo Migliorini is the founder of Rambling Joiner Carpentry. Wood is his Element and he builds roofs, furniture, frames and whatever. He’s always happy to develop (crazy) projects for his customers.

ramblingjoiner

Libby Page

Libby Page’s oil paintings radiate uplifting beauty. Putting her heart into every detail, Page uses colour and perspective to push the boundaries of landscape painting beyond classic observation. She captures the felt experience of being in Nature.

www.libbypage.eu

Mathias Roloff

Mathias Roloff is a Berlin-based artist. His work deals with the dependencies to which the human individual is subjected in its actions. It examines how the dualism of external influences and one’s own values contributes to a shift in self-imposed moral boundaries.

www.mathiasroloff.de

Silvia Sarsano

Silvia Sarsano’s work is based on the duality between the poeticized image of a woman in history (as saint, muse, goddess) and the inequality she faces in the real world, using the traditional format of portraiture with a contemporary twist.

www.silviasarsano.com

Michi Schneider

Michi Schneider is an Austrian artist, living in Berlin. He studied Fine Arts in Nimes (France) and Berlin. He became Meisterschüler at the Kunsthochschule Weissensee in 2015.

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Kazuki Shibata

Kazuki Shibata is a Japanese artist based in Berlin. He is primarily working with paper cutting and collage by hand. His abstract but cohesive paper cutout images are created by an arrangement of complicated shapes, reinforcing the expressive meanings of relationships between colors.

www.kazukishibata.com

Yukihiro Taguchi

Tijana Titin

Tijana Titin is an artist who masterfully connects classical and contemporary art. Her work focuses on people, their position in the contemporary world and their relations. She is Berlin-based, Serbian-born.

www.tijanatitin.com

Hagen Vogel

Frederic Writer

Frederic Writer is a multi-disciplinary artist, living in Berlin and Olhao, Portugal. He calls himself a non-usual artist in the sense that he has no defined style but aims to translate societal issues into pieces of resonance.

www.fredericwriter.com

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You?

If you are an artist or maker working in the Studios ID complex we are very happy to welcome you as a member to the Collective!