Felix Becker (born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, in 1987) lives and works in Berlin. Since graduating (2014, state exam) with a first degree in art and philosophy from Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt, he has been studying fine arts with professors Valérie Favre and Thomas Zipp at Berlin’s Universität der Künste. In addition to numerous exhibitions in Germany, including at Haus am Waldsee Berlin (2017), Becker has also shown his work in gallery exhibitions in France and the US. In collaboration with Galerie Maus Contemporary in Birmingham, USA, which started in 2018, his works have been presented at Positions Berlin Art Fair (2018), Pulse Miami Beach (2018), paperpositions (2019) and Volta Basel (2019).
Fabian Hub (born in Mainz, Germany, in 1988) began his art studies at Kunsthochschule Mainz with professor Friedemann Hahn (2012-2015) and has been studying at Berlin’s Universität der Künste since 2015 in the class of professor Thomas Zipp. In 2017 he received the prize of the Schulz-Stübner-Stiftung and took part in an artist-in-residence program in Finland (Nelimarkka Museo, Alajärvi). In 2018/19 he worked on a residence scholarship in Schlingensief's opera village in Burkina Faso and is currently located in Neuruppin with a studio scholarship, sponsored by the Foundation for Futuristic Research.
Frank Moll (born in Grevesmühlen, Germany, in 1988) lives and works in Leipzig. From 2012 he studied fine arts with professor Anke Doberauer at the Akademie der Künste in Munich as well as painting and graphic arts with professor Oliver Kossack at Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig (2015/16). In 2016 he returned to the Akademie der Künste in Munich and finished his studies in 2018/19 as a master student of professor Gregor Hildebrandt. In November his works will be on display at the Salon der Gegenwart in Hamburg.
Irina Ojovan (born in Chisinau, Moldavia, in 1988) studied at the Academies of Fine Arts in Turin (2009/10 with professorFranco Fanelli), Rome (2010-2013 with Prof. Giuseppe Modica) and Munich (from 2012 with professors Günther Förg, Matthias Dornfeld and Gregor Hildebrandt). She completed her studies last year as a master student with professor Gregor Hildebrandt. Since April 2019 she has been working with the Winsor & Newton Residency Scholarship at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin. Her works were exhibited there until the beginning of May and can currently be seen in Milan at The Flat - Massimo Carasi.
Yannick Riemer (born in Holzminden, Germany, in 1990) completed his training as a graphic artist in 2013 and has been studying visual arts at Berlin’s Universität der Künste since 2014 in the class of professor Thomas Zipp. He participated in several artist-in-residence programs over the past two years, including the residency fellowships of the Nelimarkka Museo, Alajärvi in Finland (2017) and the Schlingensief Opera Village in Burkina Faso (2018/19). He is currently working in Neuruppin, supported by the Foundation for Futuristic Research. His artistic work was honored with the Walter Stöhrer Prize for Graphics and the Prize for Painting of the Ulrich und Burga Knispel Foundation.
Laura Sachs (born in Darmstadt, Germany, in 1985) has been living and working in Berlin since 2019. Starting her studies in 2013 at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with professor Hubert Kiecol she graduated in 2018 as a master student with professor Gregor Schneider. In 2017, she won the art prize "Von Rundstedt". Her works have been exhibited in numerous national and international galleries and museums, including Kunstpalast Düsseldorf (2019), Galerie Alber, Cologne (2019), K21 Kunstsammlung NRW, Düsseldorf (2019), Studio Picknick, Berlin (2018), Galery Kenilworth, Milwaukee/USA (2018), and Cubus-Kunsthalle, Duisburg.