IN THE LOFT.
IN THE HALLWAY.
IN THE ROOMS.
ART IS EVERYWHERE WITH US.
Loud, non-conformist & more than upcycling.
Her collages are statements. About coexistence and transformation of our times, about urban life, success and the most diverse life stories.
The 30-year-old artist Leo Rebella processes old advertising and street posters that she collects in big cities on her forays, tears up and fearlessly rearranges. Her eye-catching street pop art combines the messages of the poster layers with the individual stories of the figures: whether music legend, acting icon or unknown face - her extraordinary images stimulate, inspire, motivate or bring back memories. Leo lives and works in Hanover.
After 8 months of exhibition in the URBAN LOFT Cologne, Leo's works are now moving to the URBAN LOFT Berlin - the vernissage will take place on 24 March.
Artwork in the bathrooms
Schilili belongs to the young artists inside the Berlin scene.
She has studied design / INTERIOR direction (interior design) in Hanover, since 2019 she works as a freelance artist & graphic designer in Berlin.
Her work is thematically very diverse. In the last months she worked under the artist name Schilili on themes like LGBT, Pride, Freedom, Diversity & Individuality. She creates her images manually and masters techniques such as pencil (graphics), acrylic, watercolor, pastel as well as oil. However, working digitally on a graphics tablet is also a favorite way to express art, especially for print art in larger editions and copies.
She finds it exciting to use art in diverse interiors, whether public or private, in spaces to enliven them. She finds it fascinating how a part of an interior can be complemented by art, or act as a unique individual piece!
Schilili also focuses on graphic art, where old, modern and inspiring motifs of the city of Berlin come together. In addition, as an artist, she also deals with photography and likes to incorporate it into artistic projects.