Container Love’s specially curated guide to the next generation of queer painters and visual artist challenging queer issues and further exploring queer identity and the influence it has on contemporary art.
Painting Wojciech Wos
Wojciech Wos: Out Of The Blue
We love the way Berlin-based painter Wojciech Wos sees the world and how it all appears on his canvas as a big bold, colorful celebration of queer life.
Daniel Marin Medina: Loving Without Fear
The essence of Columbian painter Daniel Marin Medina and his work is undoubtedly simple, mapping sexuality through every brush stroke.
Wojciech Wos: Boys Make Me Sad Sometimes
The Polish artist Wojciech Wos told us about the magic of the last brushstrokes and moving to Berlin in the middle of a pandemic.
Daniel Marin Medina: Love Is Fucking Beautiful
In conversation with Container Love, the Colombian painter Daniel Marin Medina told us about his enthusiasm for the human body and mapping sexuality.
Bran Sólo: I Paint To Never Die
Spanish artist Bran Sólo defines himself as a painter, illustrator, designer and photographer as well as many things he never expected.
Wojciech Wos: I Paint Boys
Wojciech Wos is a visual artist from Poland based in Berlin, who shares with us not only his work, but also his personal diary – with the art of painting.
Santiago Mora: Curating Moments Of Daily Life
Santiago Mora is a Mexican visual artist and art director who defines his work as a curatorship of everyday life.
Richard Stabbert: Let Me Be Your Canvas
We're in love with the paintings of Richard Stabbert. His artworks capture scenes full of togetherness, romance, longing and love.