Surrealism is a trend in modern painting, literature, cinema and photography, which was born in France in the 1920s. At the heart of the direction are allusions and paradoxes. Surrealists are working on imagination and fantasy, dreams and ideas, without admitting any limits. The artist's ideas are bravely transferred to the artwork. The originator of surrealism is the writer and poet Andre Breton, who authored the first manifesto of surrealism.
The Conversations with Artists series was set up to highlight distinguished contemporary artists whose work is featured in HAZEGALLERY BERLIN. Curated by Irina Rusinovich
Fast developing technologies are giving us an immense amount of opportunities and chances to express inner selves. A few years ago it was even impossible to imagine that the moment would be captured and stored not only in memory, but also on an electronic device. And it will be available to absolutely everyone. At the moment it is not obligatory to buy expensive equipment to make an original and really nice and quite professional image. In this article you will find tips from world-renowned photographers who take great shots using the camera of their phones.
I am a visual artist with German roots, grew up in North Italy and now live and work in London. I studied Fine Art and experimental Film at the Städelschule in Frankfurt, with an Erasmus semester at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-Arts in Paris, before coming to London to complete an MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins.
She used to roam across the matchstick factory as a child, having left for a world trip with her family at 13. She usually mixes up words (finding herself quite dyslexic) and prefers visual narratives to the verbal ones. An amazing girl coming from a distinctive background, Alma Haser has decided to turn her life into art and magic. Learn more about her cubist, origami-structured works today.
Totalitarian policies in the USSR made the culture highly dependent on the ideological context. At the same time, in the depths of totalitarian society there were still alternative cultural manifestations.
Richard Renaldi’s works are primarily about the personality and her character. Renaldi calls himself a photographer’s photographer, explaining that both outward and inward looking are equally important for him. Portraits are definitely the artist’s strong virtue and passion, though considering his creative approach, Renaldi might find a landscape shooting an intensive communication process as well.
In the previous article “Contemporary Art in Focus: late 20th” we presented the following art movements that took place in the late 20th- Abstract Expressionism, Conceptualism, Neo-dada, Pop Art, Hyper Realism and Fractal Art. Now we are happy to present to the reader the next six following contemporary art movements of late 20th - Minimalism, Nuagisme, Capitalist Realism, Environmental Art, Lowbrow Art and Neo-expressionism.