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Lana Lucas

Lana Lucas Lana Lucas has her origins from Vilnius, Lithuania. She has settled in New York City in the late 80’s in lust of a prominent artistic career. On the quest of her personal venue in life she has earned a degree in psychology from Long Island University. Then, her creative nature brought a young artist to the School of Visual Arts where she has taken a course on metal welding, as stainless steel has become her first medium of choice. The results of that artistic experiment have been original metallic decorative tables and liquor bars. While applying colors to metal surfaces, Lana has been feeling an unbreakable urge for painting. She had started from expressive murals at her apartment and only after a while moved on to canvas.

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Nadia Smirnova-Mierau

Nadia Smirnova-Mierau Nadia is educated in both sciences and in art. This attributes to her love for the combination of realistic and abstract, sometimes surreal approach to her paintings and collages.

Unique use of color and love for inovative techniques makes her art different. One of the techniques, she was in particular fond of is batik. Combination of creatively controlled forms in an artwork with spontaneous details appearing due to the use of hot wax and fabric dyes in this technique was fascinating to her.


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Roland Levin

“Your (Roland Levin’s) portfolio creates a diverse and amusing cultural catalogue…”

Daniel Buckley, APERTURE

Roland Levin was born and raised in Latvia. Upon his arrival in the US at the age of eighteen, he became a permanent resident of New York. The world thus became the platform to his art, and travelling its main objective. This is clearly reflected by the diversity of the sites, epochs, and mediums of his artistic oeuvre. His initial means of expression is poetry, which has manifested in publication (“Roland’s Rare Brains”, Young Verter Publication, New York, 1982), performance (Performance Church, East Village, New York, 1984; Tomkins Square Arts Festival, New York, 1985; Librarie Shakespeare, Rue de Rivoli, Paris, 1986), and formed the lyrics to one of the pioneering music videos featuring Jesse Ray (Warner Label, distributed by Sony, 1981). Levin has also worked in media production (CNN Showbiz, 1985; MTV House of Style, 1996), and remained the cultural correspondent of the Italian television channel RAI-3 for much of the 1980s. In 1986 he participated in ABC’s roundtable discussion, 20/20 about the politics of Perestroika, and between 1989 and 1992, played a pivotal role in defining the fashion world of the new Russia. His fashion photographs have graced the pages of fashion and newsmagazines since the mid-1980s (British Elle, Woman, Australian Elle, Scene, Irish Tatler, Domino, Newsweek, Actuel). His fine art photographs have appeared in the book Nude York (published by Seibundo Shinokosha, 1995), and in various group-exhibitions throughout New York (Nude York, Mary Anthony Gallery, 1996; Perspective Photography, Rx-Arts Gallery, 2001). Mr. Levin’s art photographs are in private and corporate collections.


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