Emma Fsadni’s work addresses contemporary ideas and conflicts concentrated around society’s superficiality and constructed realities. She translates the complexity of her concepts through means of minimal aesthetics; condensing her ideas visually, while maintaining levels of intricacy in process. View her full profile.
Gulja Holland is a local contemporary artist notable for her psychologically-charged paintings. Her work drives through experimental styles that push through conventional aesthetic boundaries and which are themed around self-identification and socio-political issues. View her full profile.
Craig Macdonald & Andrew Farrugia
Two bosom buddies with a penchant for design and all things beautiful, Craig and Andrew co-founded design studio Te fit-Tazza, which aims to showcase Malta, her culture, her aesthetic and her beautiful landscape through minimalist illustrated prints. In 2018, Te fit-Tazza acquired the souvenir brand, Souvenirs That Don’t Suck, with a store situated in Sliema. View their full profile.
Robbie’s inspirations are drawn from nature itself. She is fascinated by the complex and beautiful natural structures and textures found in plants, bark, seed pods, corals and shells. Each of her pieces are hand-built with the technique of coiling or slabs in a range of different kinds of clay. View her full profile.
A figurative artist, Sallyanne plays with Jungian suppositions. Her work uses the body to animate concepts of self; persona; consciousness both collective and private. Internal narratives are externalized into physical gestures or take forms such as flowers, wings or objects. View her full profile.
Sergio Muscat’s art is one that looks closely – that approaches, associates, combines and recombines. As inspiration for his works, he creates an ever growing digital photographic archive of the world he encounters. View his full profile.