Mónika Kárándi: Born in 1990, Debrecen, Hungary. Received her degree from the University of Fine Arts, Budapest; and studied at Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Cuenca, and Eszterhazy Karoly University of Applied Sciences, Eger. Recent solo exhibitions: Ojiri Gallery, London; Hungarian Consulate in London; Splash, Art Kartell Project Space, Budapest; Telep Galéria, Budapest; Klauzál13, Budapest; and Lagoon, PINCE Project, Budapest. Kárándi has also exhibited wildly in group exhibitions including Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles; Torula, Győr; Erika Deák Gallery, Budapest; DoubleQ Gallery, Hong Kong; K11, Budapest; Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles; and WOAW Gallery, Hong Kong, among many others. Kárándi lives and works in Budapest, Hungary.
Laura Dauchet: Born in Bayonne in 1997, Laura Dauchet obtained her Bachelor at the Beaux Arts of Quimper in 2019, then her Master’s in Painting from ArBA-EsA in 2021. She now lives and works in Brussels. Her work as a painter is the result of a bulimic photographic interest in our nocturnal urban spaces. During her night-time wanderings, she captures all the lights, reflections and colours that evoke the funfair of her childhood. As well as analysing the aesthetics of the night, her work is tinged with a sociological approach, since the spaces she paints are associated with night-time policies that are different from daytime policies.Interested in the peripheral zones of the night, disorder, accumulation and triviality are essential ingredients in Laura’s painting.
Blanca Gracia: Born in Madrid in 1989. Lives and works between Barcelona and Madrid. Received her degree of Fine Arts and a Master’s Degree Teacher Training, specializing in Visual Arts at Universidad Complutense Madrid. Recent solo shows include; Cabeza de Lobo, Sala de arte joven (2022); Plátano de sombra, Twin Gallery (2020); Rompu, rompu!, Naves del Matadero, Coda Ácme, Centro Párraga (both 2019); Panta rei o los objetos desobedientes, Centro de Arte de Alcobendas (2016). Group shows include; Mapamundistas, Pamplona’s Citadel (2020); Corazón Pulmones Hígado, Matadero Madrid (2019), La nit del cos, Bombon Projects (2018); Generaciones, La Casa Encendida (2017). She has recently been a resident at Gasworks (London 2023).