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Twenty five years ago, in 1989, in her Moscow’s apartment, Nadia Russ (aka Nadia Maloleneva) began her serious experiments with ink pen and brush. Knowing the art history and the past artists’ achievements, she had a goal to create a new art style of visual arts. She succeeded, the NeoPopRealisim was born then. Today, NeoPopRealism is 25!
Posted on : December 17, 2013
I am a painter of the darkness for a drop of good.rnIrretrievably, I immersed into the darkest corners of spiritual destructiveness of a human being in hope to describe it, to stay for a while. Humbleness of those who suffer captured my sensibility.rnI resist nit, I seek for the way out.rnMy images tried to be a message, no one replied.rnNow, they are just a scream and I am not sure anyone can hear it.
Posted on : December 11, 2011
Crooked minds are dangerous. They lie and steal looking with the innocent face expression into your eyes. They are constantly in search for the new victims and if you will not stop them today tomorrow it might be you.
Posted on : October 8, 2011
One of the things that art does is expand and extend our shared common visual language. NeoPopRealism style was manifested by artist Nadia Russ in 2003, and 2011 is time to have included this bit of visual data into our vocabularies and introduce it to our art students.
Posted on : October 4, 2011
Brad Haylock is a Melbourne based artist who holds a PhD from RMIT University and currently lectures Visual Communication at Monash University. Recent solo exhibitions include Dead Nature at mzin, Germany in 2011.rn rnSimon MacEwan is a Melbourne based artist who works across a range of media from drawing and animation, to sculpture and jewellery. Recent solo exhibitions include You’re doing it wrong at c3 contemporary art space in 2010, Batmania at Bus Gallery in 2009.