Deptford High Street meets Emerging Artists
Social Media and Advertising is fueling FOMO for a “New Beginning”.
Here are some inspirations of our last pop up art exhibition in Deptford High Street.
We had a great turn out and thanks to everyone for coming and the support. Even the Night Czar of London, Amy Lamé, came to have a look at our pop up and to report back to the City Hall.
Open Call For Artists
This artwork should reflect the every growing self-doubt of people about their life. Social Media and Advertising is fueling FOMO for a “New Beginning”. After an initial positive connotation, a subtle negative constraint and control is emerging.
Can you find the hidden message?
Yet another art magazine is about to be launched. Nobody has waited for this, however, we are keen to support Emerging and Raising Artists from around the world. And isn’t there always room for another inspirational collection of visual soul food.
More Inspirations of our First Pop Up Art Exhibition
>> This piece invites the beholder to connect the dots in order to disclose the real meaning. The hidden symbolism may not be visible for everyone. But for the ones, who take up the challenge, it will reveal an emotional meaning. <<
Some Inspirations of our first Art Exhibition.
The emerging video artist Angelia has captured the day in a short video.
A reflection on the fragile, potential beauty of the unknown.
Some pictures of our first Pop Up Art Exhibition in London.
Thank you again for all the support and great turn out.
The colour gradient from light to dark reminds of the disappearing light, once entering the water. At first, seeing this gradient in a beautiful and magical thing. But the deeper we travel and engage with this unknown environment, the more alienating it seems. This hostile environment to humans is difficult to explore and hardly anyone has managed the journey.
A reflection of the ongoing fight for female equality
Today is International Women’s Day. A day to remind us that half of the human population still won’t have the same rights, reputation and status in life than men do. In some undeveloped countries, even life, identity, education and reproductive rights are controlled on their behalf.
What will happen if we break out of the everyday life?
The artwork reflects on the ongoing fight for equal rights for women in our society. The heart and inner growing passion may be the source of this outspoken expression of discomfort. But, how we display it and communicate it to the outside world is the major focus of this painting.
"Ada" Celebrates the Female Strength, Beauty and Power
There is a comfort in knowing and discomfort in the unknown. Living a monotone, meditative, trance like life is the preferred state of the majority in our generation.
What's with the need for guidance of intangible signs?
After an initial positive idea of a free, strong and powerful woman an inner conflict is emerging. It depicts the secret wish for love and fragility. And although admired for the beauty, Ada is seemingly trapped to stay in a place like a flower in the ground. Nowhere to go.
The Dark Side of Nature Herself Now Available.
The most important influencers may not do things the way what society expects them to do. But the whole is more than the sum of its parts. And the outcome can be even more intriguing as it’s unique.
New Emerging Artist at Blue Bee Gallery
>> This piece represents the rhythm of time as it embodies the female cycle. Captured in this never-ending cycle, we have to accept and celebrate this magical time of the month. We need to strive for immortality, eternity and enlightenment.
Alternatively, some may think this is the dark side of Nature herself. <<
New Gallery in Town
The artwork of Stefan Finsinger focuses on a minimalist style. Always including an abstract pattern in harsh black and white with a colourful element. Sometimes, these patterns are geometric sequences transformed into a three-dimensional shape. The colourful elements are in the background or reduced to a limited area of the painting. Even so, they always fight to become the centre of attention.
His limited edition prints are now available at Back Alley Gallery.
Yet another digital art gallery has opened. Probably, nobody has waited for this, but curator Jean Mora has felt the need to represent, support and invest in two emerging artists: Angy Avendaño and Stefan Finsinger.