Contemporary art, with its bold concepts and unorthodox forms, sparks lively debates and passions, comparable to those surrounding classical masterpieces.

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A damaged Roman statue in Ostia Antica

The recent act of vandalism against Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” where activists doused it with soup, has ignited a new wave of debates about the methods of activism and their repercussions.

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Street art on the wall of bobbed house in Ukraine from famous British artist Banksy.

Banksy, the enigmatic artist and master of street art, has crafted an artistry emblematic of the intricate interplay between the autonomy of creativity and its commercialization. Within his oeuvre, he mirrors the contradiction between anonymity and global fame, captivating the attention of collectors and the public alike.

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art critics in psychedelic look

“This master provocateur of art ensnares us in the dramatic whirlwind of apocalyptic expression, examining the absurdity of existence through the prism of chaos and meaninglessness.” “The artist creates a Hiroshima of surrealist aesthetics in which the ominous becomes a part of our everyday world, revealing the grand tragedy of mixed realities.”

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Modern art from Alexander Kosolapov “Mickey and Mini. Worker and collective farmer”

When I meet someone new and intriguing, I always delve into three distinctive things: the hue of their eyes, their favorite ice cream, and the breed of their beloved dinosaur. Eye color, in this scenario, serves as the least substantial detail, merely a mnemonic to navigate beyond superficial interactions. Regarding ice cream, it holds significance, for one’s favored flavor unveils their character.

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Interview from Halina Lazarchyk - modern art creator.

Recently, I had the privilege of visiting one of our talented artists, Halina Lazarchyk, to discuss the upcoming events for the next six months. With her characteristic modesty, she unveiled her latest canvases, which have coalesced into a breathtaking series that I am delighted to share with you today.

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White long hair Woman in black clothes lying on white bedshit mixed with money. On the background wall with cuts of moneys wallpaper.

Each day, I come face to face with seemingly meaningless canvases, hailed as “genius art,” where world-renowned artists undoubtedly hide behind clever pseudonyms. My days are filled with the task of persuading affluent clients that what appears to be graffiti on a toilet is, in fact, a masterpiece in the making. It’s quite the pleasure to feel like an air merchant, dealing in masterpieces worth millions.

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Photo from back of Cyprus art Gallery owner - Masha Karmanova.

Life is a mesmerizing tapestry, woven with threads of serendipity and surprise. It unfurls before us, offering countless avenues for self-discovery. The true essence lies in our ability to discern these opportunities, for none of us truly knows our destined path. Sometimes, as we strive toward a particular goal, we find ourselves in the most unexpected of places.

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Contemporary artist - Armando Tanzini live photo in his home.

For many decades, Armando has been saving the people of Kenya from poverty, he builds schools, hospitals, and gives jobs to those in need. However, there is something that the Kenyans give him – inspiration for creativity. All his works are imbued with the spirit of Kenya, its joy, happiness, pain and problems. Many of them were created using ancient African wood and metal processing techniques and technologies.

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Roll of material for sewing fabrics colored in color of Belarussian flag with ediscount label.

While the whole world vegetated on lockdown and ordinary people occupied themselves with cleaning and watching Netflix, the artists had more free time from household chores and they enthusiastically created masterpieces. The first art event after the quarantine bans was held in Limassol. Vladimir Tsesler came out to share fresh “quarantine” works with fans of contemporary art.

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Dhubai museum of Future near railway road. On the back look two skyscrappers.

Construction of this unique building began in 2015 and was preparing for the 2020 World’s Fair, but the coronavirus spoiled plans. The Dubai government’s swift response to the disease has made the emirate one of the first points on earth to reopen its doors to tourists from all over the world. What’s more, four months after the tourist launch, Dubai continues to be the safest place on earth.

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Third solo exhibition of Charline von Heyl in Corbett vs. Dempsey Gallery. This exhibition features fifteen fresh paintings all made at her studio refuge in Marfa. Von Heyl began to gather steam on these canvases, ironically, just as the world ground to a halt, and she worked on them alongside the ups and downs of the emergent global pandemic.

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Hans Peter art pieces in exhibition

Feldmann’s work dissolves the borders between art and life, blurring distinctions between conventionally high and low culture to discover unexpected, humorous outcomes that often verge on the absurd, and which challenge his viewers’ aesthetic sensibilities. Disrupting long-held assertions of the artist’s role as a unique creator, Feldmann systematically reconstructs existing images and objects to reflect on representation.

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Exhibition art pieces from Jim Isermann in Praz-Delavallade

His work is anchored by core principles of structural logic and precision while the images come together through the use of texture, complexity and brilliant color. For his upcoming exhibition with the gallery, Isermann has developed a new series of drawings and paintings built on the perspective of a hypercube. Technically, a hypercube is an attempt to represent the 4th dimension.

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Contemporary art exhibition from Michael Stamm. Place of meeting - Los Angeles. Two art pieces in post impressionisn style.

Paintings from the series “so super sorry sir!” strongly imbued with the personal experiences of the artist, his attitude to morality, sexuality and contemporary cultural politics. An unusual set of characters and elements symbolizes the emotional instability of the world around the author. The devil simultaneously tries on different roles: a conspiratorial-friend, an enemy, and sometimes is the archetypal embodiment of the author himself.

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