Sébastien Roche is a French artist born in Lille.
His portraits have featured faceless people consistently since 2010. His primary goal is to trigger the onlooker's imagination.
He was inspired by the 1920s and, particularly, on the “mug shots” of an Australian Police Station. His focus is mainly on body language and the subject's overall posture. His “Sans Visages” (faceless) collection is now well-known all over Europe.
He works in various French and European galleries and he participates with success in many important contemporary art fairs.
Very recently Roche approached a new adventure focusing his creativity on abstract art like a new field of experimentation and freedom.
Victor Panchenko was born in 1950 in Samarkand (Uzbekistan).
In 1970 he graduated in Painting from the Tachkent B. Benkov Art College and in 1975 he graduated from the Tashkent State Conservatory, as conductor. Victor has been painting for over 35 years. In his works he tends to represent the instant and the eternal, in a mixture of fantasy and reality, between the dreamlike representation of life and the history of his culture and his experience. Victor Panchenko's works are permanently exhibited in the State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow, in the State Museum of Tachkent in Uzbekistan, in the Kaunas Museum of Art in Lithuania, in the Museum of Modern Art in Seoul, in the Museum of Art of Simferopol, Crimea. Furthermore, it is present in prestigious collections such as the Private Gallery of François Mitterand, in the European Contemporary Art Gallery in Prague, in the private collection of a well-known Italian Prime Minister.