Zosen was born in Argentina and Mina in the United States, although she grew up in Japan. They met after a mural intervention and their common passion for colour brought them together as a team. They have left their unique and colorful artworks on murals and galleries all over Europe.
Their collective work stands as a creative puzzle with an explosion of colours, a horror vacui of figures, symbols and all sorts of elements in which different visions blend in endless compositions full of energy and expressive drive.
On this occasion Zosen and Mina bring us `Neofauvismo´: like in the fauvism movement from the 1900s, they both believe in the power of colours to express feelings, simplifying its formal representation in favour of more vibrant colours to give an expressive emphasis to their artworks.
Their artistic repertoire goes from murals, illustrations, fabric paiting, screen printing or self publishing books.