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Karosquare | Expo and Live Music
Every month Art Lover Ground will introduce you to one of the most talented artists who took part to its main event in Barcelona and/or London!
Meet Karina aka Karosquare, German artist
from the area of Köln living and working in Barcelona.
Saturday, 13th of January from 7PM to 2:30AM
(Free entrance until 10PM, then 5€ 1 Drink Included)
Opening: Meet the Artist + Live Music from Massafera Soundsystem
Saturday, 3rd February from 12AM (Free entrance)
Closing: Brunch with the Artist + Live Music from Massafera Soundsystem
The Exhibition will be available from Sat, 13 January to Sat, 3rd February at Santísimo Agave (Viladomat,49 - Metro Santantoni) with the possibility of purchasing the artworks!
▼ ▼ ▼ Music by Massafera Soundsystem ▼ ▼ ▼
Massafera Soundsystem is a duo of producers that loves multimedia including some old stuff like "vinyls". Classic nuggets like Jorge ben, Tim Maia, Criolo, Gal Costa, Os Mutantes, Elza Soares, Roberto Carlos, Martinho da Vila, Originais do Samba, Luiz Gonzaga, etc. besides that they have a interesting taste for Funk -just for specials moments- like this party!
▼ ▼ ▼ About the Artist: Karosquare ▼ ▼ ▼
Karina was a admitted at the Rhein-Sieg-Akademie in Hennef, Germany, she studied art from Albrecht Dürer, Mondrian and John Everett Millais and obtained a Diploma in Graphic Design, Illustration and Communication with distinction in 2012.
When she moved to London at the age of 23 to embrace other cultures, she immediately got drawn into the constant energy of the
city, finding inspiration in the diversity of museums and street art. As this new experience was acting like a catalyst, she freed herself from restrictions to finally create pieces under the name Karosquare which first opus Home was exhibited at Portraits of Hackney Wick art festival.
Karina uses various techniques like calligraphy, screen printing, drawing and collage. She is driven by her need for aesthetics which doesn’t know boundaries.
She realised at the beginning of 2016, after meeting Annie Atkins, lead artist and prop designer on The Grand Budapest Hotel, that
analogue techniques have a valid place in modern industries. She gathers materials to recycle and give them a new sense in a
final collage. Her latest series plays with the dynamic of high contrasts between black and white and bright colour accents.
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