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  • Luk GAMA @ TVE 2019

    6 months ago @Luk Gama

    A part of my work in video art participates in Transoceanic Visual Exchange at the Barbados international exhibition at 'Fresh Milk' on November 17th and then in the online version of this event. Know more >

  • My art in video

    1 year ago @Anders Post

    Some of my paintings!

  • All we need to do is stop and ask ourselves some questions.

    1 year ago @Michał Jackowski

    Michal Jackovski starts from a classicist concept of art but knows how to touch our soul, with the harmonious perfection of the forms but, at the same time, make us reflect on our contemporaneity.


    Playing with the modelsof ancient art, he brings new questions to us, pushes us to search for new answers. And that is how, by admiring his sculptures, we also

    find ourselves.


    With these assumptions, its Antique Games Series is born: mythology of the society in which we live, affected by an unbridled consumerism that engulfs everything:

    objects, fashions but also feelings, interpersonal relationships and ... art.

    How to get out alive? Michal suggests a way for us.


    He makes these Ancient Games a means of reinterpreting art and rediscovering that through expressiveness and Beauty, one can reflect on contemporary society

    without being sucked into it.

    An aesthetic exercise and, at the same time, meditation on our current condition.

    Perhaps we will find that spark of Infinity that we carry inside and which, too often, is covered by the sooty dust of a pressing routine, which leaves no time, not

    even to reflect.


    All we need to do is stop and ask ourselves some questions.

    Maybe just discovering something about us and our existence in one of the sculptures Jackowski created for us.

    And what about the result? An Old Game more ?contemporary? many other ?games? that populate the art nowadays, and that can make us think about ourselves

    and the world in which we are immersed without sacrificing to make us glow with beauty.

    Now the Challenge is launched, and we can not go back but play: confronting these works will be a bit like looking in the mirror. The essential thing will be to be

    ready to inner analyse ourselves ...

  • Arrived in Rome last night

    1 year ago @Wendy Klemperer

    500A long trip with bad weather coming in, but today in Rome it is beautiful with a vibrant blue sky. I am so happy to be here and have some time to explore before the Art Fair.  I plan to do some painting during my two weeks here. Looking forward very much to Artrooms Roma!

  • My blog- David Abse Art

    1 year ago @David Abse

    My blog already exists elsewhere at:

  • NONECONTEMPORARY 22.02.- 24.02.2019

    1 year ago @Falk von Schönfels

  • Waiting for Artrooms Fair London

    1 year ago @Francesca Pompei

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    Working on my participation at Artrooms Fair London 2019, January 11-13

  • My visual approach

    1 year ago @Francesca Pompei

    I am interested in a  photography that looks for the visible in order to show the invisible beyond the reality as it appears. A threshold of visual and spatial perception.

  • What does 'Emotional Painting' concept mean for me?

    1 year ago @Dmitry Artyukhin

    The concept that I am applying in my works is about 2 main ideas:

    Every painting is pure emotion reflected in combination of different colors. Emotional in this case does not reflect the process how you create art work but rather transparency of transforming internal emotions into colors on canvas. I try to remove any roadblocks and obstacles between internal feelings and external interpretation of them.

    Another central idea is about an attempt to trigger positive thinking and emotions on viewers side. Why it is so critical. First of all in a world of change and so dynamic environment we are so much stressed by having negative emotions so the idea of sharing positive feelings and bringing something positive is so much critical. Also supporting each other thru giving positive impulse, motivating viewers and giving them a chance to think is so much important. Finally, when you put art work at home you bring someone thinking, idea and emotions in your personal world. This is so much personal and sensitive so you need to be very careful. Literally it means an artist shares part of their heart and soul with you. And ideally that should be done in so much gentle way to avoid clash with your internal nature and your reflection of external world.

    I am trying to take a snapshot of specific moments in my life when I feel something very positive about people, nature or different aspects of life. It is always unique simply because there are no exactly the same situations or moments. It will be different every time with some new colors or emotions or simply some ingredients that combine and create art. That should be performed at maximum synergy between internal feelings and external environment that includes sounds, colors, emotional context and finally becomes the part of your life!

  • Italian Baroque

    1 year ago @Francesca Pompei


    My  photographic style  is  influenced  by  my obsession  for  time and my vital passion for arts.

    I like to have a  slow and close approach with the subject,  trying to discover  in the shape of a  sculpture or a building  the same delicacy and softness of the human body. 

    Nowadays,  waiting for  the right  ray of light  can be  a challenge  with the  fast  daily routine  of  a big  city and  Roma isn?t an exception.

    Nevertheless,  its amazing  heritage is a  powerful  combination of past  and  unique art history  inviting  to an aesthetic experience.

    I   feel  that  the only way to understand old  and ancient  art is to make it  participate in our own life and this is exactly what I have tried to realize in my project,  Borromini  and  the  discovery  of  light.

    Focused on the works of the great architect Francesco Borromini (1599-1667), my photos  show a web of cross-references  and related  impressions that,  surprisingly,  can be interpreted by  each  spectator  in a different way.

    In such a visual intermingling,  past, present and future become faded notions that reveal an unlimited potential of shapes and compositions.

    Their value goes beyond  space and time,  just like the atmosphere of Roma,  la città eterna.