We know Ricky Martin Y Juan Joseph They were thankful for the art. When Juan Joseph, a Swedish plastic artist of Syrian descent, sold his works on Instagram, he already found his profile on the networks of super-successful Ricky Martin and the father of two children at the time, Matteo and Valentino.
Immediately, art collectors and artists – Ricky Martin and Juan Joseph – began a few months of exchanging ideas about works of art.
Joseph was in London doing art training, and shortly thereafter Ricky proposed to meet him there. According to singer and artist Puerto Rican, who is twelve years younger, both already on that date felt like it was forever.
Joseph was educated at the best universities of design and art, graduated with an advanced degree in London, and shared an interest with Ricky Martin, who collected sculptures and paintings before decorating his entire home in Los Angeles.
Now, together they have a collection worth several thousand dollars and many projects together with their large family will, of course, dissolve.
Lovebirds complement each other well and are judged by their constant compliments on social networks, and they also have an unrequited emotional relationship with the arrival of more children in the family.
Good for them, their projects and beautiful modern family, they have created based on effort, talent and no doubt, interest in art.
The career of Juan Joseph and a painter
Juan Joseph loved to draw from an early age. He turned it into an academic at the University of Stockholm and later at Central Saint Martin in London, where he completed his Master of Fine Arts.
Before meeting Ricky Martin, he had already showcased himself as a unique artist, and suddenly, his love hurricane with the very famous Puerto Rican singer put him in a privileged position, depending on his talent and his career.
What Juan said about Ricky Martin’s family is that they have a “polycolot” environment because they speak not only English and French, but also Spanish. It somehow makes the world more open and his art soaks it.
As an artist he defines himself as very classic and has a specialty in painting and its pure techniques. It’s hard for him to see installations as “art” and he works with identity. He is interested in exploring sexual, political and cultural conflicts through painting.
In an interview with ABC, he declared that he “does not have to work for anything else” but that the current situation in London is not easy for the profession and that he is lucky to be an artist.
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