Orson was conceived and founded by us, Pedro and Valerie Lollett, two siblings from Caracas, Venezuela.
We make contemporary art consisting mostly of photography and video, informed by the aesthetics of popular culture and digital media.
We have extensive experience working in the advertising, communication, and entertainment fields. Constantly engaged and dynamically creative, we produce and organize projects in these areas that offer a quality of high-style, sexiness, and ultimately refinement. This visual proficiency is carefully transferred into our fine art, which exhibits a reflexive character.
Seeking a more meaningful and even symbiotic way to combine ubiquitous commercial products with artistic beauty, we have entered the realm of fine art presenting artwork that demands interaction and self-examination.
While both have worked independently of another on personal fine art projects, it was only with the founding of our collective that our work and vision has crossed into the public eye. Art has always been at the center of our worlds, with a mother who is an accomplished artist and a childhood spent visiting countless galleries and museums. We see this education and engagement as a key influence on our overall outlook and style.
Orson has a particular focus on culture, life in society, modern aesthetics and the human mind.