Nelson Medina

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Nelson Medina
BornNelson Medina
1978
Lima, Perú
NationalityPeruvian
OccupationArtist
Art Director
Known forRevolutionart
Website
http://www.revolutionartmagazine.com
 
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Nelson Medina
BornNelson Medina
1978
Lima, Perú
NationalityPeruvian
OccupationArtist
Art Director
Known forRevolutionart
Website
http://www.revolutionartmagazine.com

Nelson Medina (born 1978) is an artist from Lima, Perú. Becoming recognized early in his career, Medina's works have been shown internationally in his magazine, Revolutionart,[1] which also promotes the work of independent artists and famous talents.

Artists from all around the world participate in his requests to discuss world issues.[2] Some of the main topics covered are climate change, economic crisis, evolution, pandemics, the future of humanity, space and nature to name a few. His work is to hunt global trends and turn them into calls that generate reflection from the artists.

In this magazine he interviewed personalities like Floria Sigismondi,[3] Anthony Hopkins, Simone Legno,[4] Matt Mignanelli,[5] Skew Siskin,[6] Jeremyville,[7] Bogdan Zwir, Mark Miremont, Andrzej Dragan,[8] Adhemas Batista, Joey Lawrence, Fernanda Cohen, Brian M. Viveros, Nik Ainley, Jeff Finley and many more.

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