MOSCOW, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CF Art Group's provocatively titled FIRST IDEAL EXHIBITION takes a unique approach, ushering in a new era of direct communication between the artist and the viewer, free from usual art exhibition constrains. The virtual exhibition welcomes visitors worldwide 24 hours a day where the showroom (http://www.cfart.net/e-index.php) is optimally organized to display the works. The viewer passes from one series of paintings to another (http://www.cfart.net/e-project.php) in the sequence that best develops in his mind the idea of the exhibition.
'Artists come up against real world constraints that don't allow viewers to intuitively perceive the emotions and ideas they put into their works. For every artist that manages to finally put together an exhibition, it is often an institution who has stepped in to 'help' the artist to find the right audience, acting as an authority who knows better what the artist wants to say. Additional constraints include the venue, the theme or the likes of the hall owner or event organiser. Little of the artist's original idea and vision are left to be shared' says the artist, Denis Saunin 'The aim of THE FIRST IDEAL EXHIBITON is to free art from the powerful influences of marketing and PR that often come into play, becoming the driving forces of presenting new artists and masterpieces to the public.'
CF Art Group converses with visitors to its FIRST IDEAL EXHIBITION through a series of paintings. The series are studies-not just artworks, but certain logical constructions.
After visiting the exhibition, you can form your own opinion of the group's work. And by seeing the works in person, you can interpret them as you like.
To what extent is our fate predetermined? What depends on us? What can we learn about the future by uniting the outlook of the artist with the intuition of the viewer? THE FIRST IDEAL EXHIBITION attempts to answer these questions.
About The CF Art Group
The CF Art Group, a truly innovative project in the field of contemporary art, was formed in the fall of 2009 by Russian artists Denis Saunin and Georg Mamin, the authors of a number of non-standard solutions in painting, uniquely combining the real and virtual space.
For further information please contact: Denis Saunin E-mail: email@example.com Tel: +7-916-438-37-25
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