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Nino Kapanadze (born in 1990 - Georgia)

Currently in her final year at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris (Stéphane Calais studio), Nino Kapanadze also holds a masters degree in architecture from the Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts and a masters degree from Sciences Po Paris. Nino Kapanadze's works have already benefited from numerous exhibitions, such as this year at the Pernod Ricard Foundation and the Andréhn-Schiptjenko gallery in Paris.

Johan Larnouhet (born in 1988 - France)

A graduate of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 2013, Johan Larnouhet lives and works in Ivry-sur-Seine. His work is regularly exhibited in Paris:  S/D (2021), Bertrand Grimont space (2020), Vitrine 65 (2019), Arondit space (2019). The Iconoscope gallery in Montpellier devoted a personal exhibition to him in 2018. Next month, his works will be exhibited at the Mendes Wood DM Gallery in Brussels. 

Aubrey Levinthal (born in 1986 - Pennsylvania, USA) Graduated with an MFA from the Pennsylvania  Academy of Fine Arts in 2011, the artist lives and works in Philadelphia. At only 36 years old, Aubrey Levinthal's work has already entered several public collections in the United States and benefited from a dozen personal exhibitions in Berlin (Haverkampf Leistenschneider), London (Taymour Grahne Projects), New York (Monya Rowe Gallery) or Los Angeles (M+B Doheny). This is the first time the artist has taken part in an exhibition in France. 

Tatiana Pozzo Di Borgo (born in 1991 - France)

A graduate of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 2016, Tatiana Pozzo Di Borgo lives and works between Corrèze and Paris. Her work has been the subject of several personal exhibitions, such as at L'inlassable gallery in 2021 and at Le Feuvre & Roze gallery in 2019. She has also recently been exhibited at 24b gallery in Paris (2021) and at Noucmas gallery in Athens (2019). 

Norma Trif (born in 1998 - Romania)

The youngest of the exhibition at 24, Norma Trif is in her fourth year at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in the studio of Tim Eitel (painting) and Philippe Bennequin (fresco). Norma Trif recently exhibited at Sabine Bayasli gallery (2022) and her work is currently visible at Chapelle XIV gallery in Paris. 

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