We exhibit *contemporary works.
We would like to give an understanding of what kinds of arts we represent. Not in disrespect to any artist or genre, which we might not consider, but our focus is defined.
The genre, technique or even the popularity of an artist comes second. Firstly, the art piece itself should be captivating; a trigger for imagination, feelings, memories or even if it is shocking or just makes you happy; the full-scale of getting touched in some way is our measurement.
Having this objective, then it becomes clear, that we are not looking i.e. for landscape paintings, abstract art or decorative works. Figurative is in our focus.
Size and material does not matter. Firstly, does it tell something? Can you connect with it?
Common sense; anything is possible. Only the imagination of the artist sets the limit.
Conceptual art has often involved photography.
Some artists did not describe themselves as photographers, instead saying that photography is just a playground.
These artists are sometimes referred to as conceptual photographers, but those who used photography extensively are more often described as photoconceptualists or “artists using photography”.
In many cases the photo itself is only a starting point and the modification of it makes it a unique art piece, even with using added materials so it transforms into a 3D artwork.
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Outstanding creations and designs, meant to be used.
Usually in unlimited editions, but each piece is unique, because it is not produced with a manufacturing process. Although, the same moulds will be used, but the finishing is never the absolutely same.
By definition, if one chooses to accept that all of the sculpture, installations, any type of artwork that can be touched or seen from all sides, is three-dimensional art, then we can say 3D art is as old as the art itself.
Also, 3D art is the term used for computer art, for computer based platforms. All of these forms are three-dimensional in their own right, and all of them can be named and understood as 3D art.
In this category we focus on contemporary three-dimensional pictures, which always seem to ignite the imagination.
* Contemporary by (our) definition:
Contemporary art is produced at the present period in time. Therefore the definition of what is contemporary is naturally always on the move, anchored in the present with a start date that moves forward. Simply speaking, the creator of the work is most likely still an active artist.