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Photography helps Kevin Krag to freeze in time his one-of-a-kind sculptures capturing the spiritual dimension, vulnerability, and mortality of his ephemeral pieces. Using ethically sourced archival photography cotton paper integrates another organic and sensual piece to the puzzle, standing the test of time and having the least possible adverse impact on the environment.


Jose Ricardo Contreras artist



Kevin Krag grew up surrounded by music, having a father in the music business, and an uncle musician. From a very young age, he displayed a strong predilection for music and soon became a passionate guitar player and an avid collector of the instrument. In 2012, he moved to Miami, where he developed a practice that incorporates the activities of an artist, a musician, a fetishist, and a scientist. Working across different media, his productions incorporate nature in a controlled and ritualistic manner, often focusing on life and death, sound and silence, feminine and masculine. For Krag, a guitar is a tool to create an encounter with nature, to spark a dialogue about beauty, to reveal the rapture of a silent music score. Pushing physical limits with the works —by adhering paint or plants or submerging guitars underwater — is part of a personal process that rushes spiritual and emotional limits to discover his sense of self.


Born in 1984, Kevin Krag graduated in Business Administration in his native city Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is based in Miami, where he has worked extensively and developed his identity as an artist and musician.

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