Primarily a sculptor, Robert Jahnke is considered one of New Zealand’s leading contemporary Maori artists. Professor Jahnke, of Ngāi Taharora, Te Whānau a Iritekura, Te Whānau a Rakairoa o Ngāti Porou, is of Samoan-German-Irish-Maori heritage,
Max Patté studied at the Wimbledon School of Art in London (1997-2000) and was elected an Associate of the Royal Society of British Sculptors in 2008. British- born Max has been based in Wellington, New Zealand
Tim Christie is a New Zealand-based designer and artist. His work in design and advertising has seen him develop some of New Zealand’s most iconic brands including identities for The Interislander, Radio New Zealand and New Zealand Wine.
Wendy Hannah (English, Ngati Awa, Te Arawa) is a contemporary Auckland based artist. Educated at Elam, her practice has led her to work with colour, refractive, reflective materiality, and recently light.
The Mysterlight Project was launched by Krisztián Nagy and Csaba Molnár, two Hungarian artists with a shared passion for exploring the mysteries of light and its transformative power on the human experience.
Alexis Le Diamantaire, is a French artist and sculptor known for his diamond-themed street art project. He was born in Paris in 1978 and spent his childhood in Normandy, where he developed a fascination for art and graffiti. He began his artistic career studying metalwork and welding, which he later applied to his street art sculptures.
Residing in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand, Ben Young is a self-taught artist who has been working with the materials of glass, concrete and steel since setting up his studio in 2011 and has exhibited alongside well-known glass artists both internationally and in New Zealand.
Along with a team of local artisans and fabricators, Ilan El composes modern pieces inspired by natural phenomena. Trained in Architecture and Industrial Design, a vivid yearning for discovery is applied to each work. His multidisciplinary expression forms objects, artworks and luminaries.