“Consúltalo con la almohada / Ask your pillow / Frag deinen Kissen”, Silvia Gallart - T.O.E. Art Market
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Original Art for sale | Drawing

Silvia Gallart

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“Consúltalo con la almohada / Ask your pillow / Frag deinen Kissen”
Mixed media / 2015
cm 50x50x15
Price 2000 €

About the artist
Silvia Gallart is a Swiss-Spanish graphic designer and artist based in Zurich, Switzerland. After studying graphic design at Eina Escola de Disseny I Art Barcelona, she started her working career as an art director assistant in some agencies and as a graphic designer in some companies in Barcelona, Zurich, and Aarau. Since 2015 Silvia works as an independent graphic designer and artist. Her style has evolved from hand-drawings and digital & analog collage to vector art, mixed media, and digital art. Silvia sees creativity as a way of integrating different fields into one, for example, graphic design, vinyl foil art, and collage art. The main subjects included in her work are pop & rock culture (mainly the eighties), the worldwide web, and social issues such as gender equality, Covid-19, and climate change. She has been influenced by literature, philosophy, movies, contemporary art, and pop art. Her work has been mainly exhibited in Zurich, Zug, Lucerne, Chicago, London, and Barcelona.
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