Nature without recognition: is it about human blindness?
🕒 Opening: November 16, 2023, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
🕒 Exhibition Working Time: November 17, 2023 - November 19, 2023, 12:00 PM- 8:00 PM
532 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA
The current global climate crisis is a critical issue that affects us all 💔 🌏 10% of the proceeds from each submitted painting at the exhibition will go to the Re:Wild Foundation, which, in collaboration with environmental scientists and Leonardo DiCaprio, works to protect and restore our wild nature. The modern world is deeply intertwined with human progress and development, yet often we overlook the value and beauty that nature brings to our lives. The exhibition "Nature without recognition: is it about human blindness?" is created to provocatively raise the question: How aware and appreciative are we of the nature that surrounds us? Comprised of visual works of art, this exhibition aims to draw our attention to the hidden and profound connections between humans and nature. Visual images, symbols, and details on canvases and sculptures elevate and critically assess humanity's relationship with the environment. From bold and contrasting works to inspiring and abstract forms, the exhibition presents a multitude of perspectives on humanity's blind spot towards nature. The visualization of balance and imbalance, as well as forgotten distortions, allows viewers to look beyond the surface and contemplate the significance of nature in our lives. "Nature without recognition: is it about human blindness?" is a call to reflection and dialogue. It evokes emotions and raises questions, prompting us to reconsider our place in nature and our responsibility towards it. In this world of shapes and colors, we invite you to view nature from a new perspective, appreciate its beauty, and forever change your relationship with it.
Donations 10% of sales
The Artseeker Gallery has decided to contribute to the preservation of the natural world. Now, 10% of the sales from each painting at our exhibitions will be donated to the Re:Wild Foundation, which actively collaborates with environmental scientists and Leonardo DiCaprio to protect and restore nature. We believe that art can serve as a means to support important environmental initiatives, and we hope that our efforts will contribute to the conservation of our environment.
JUST SUMMER ON MY MIND
Large-scale exhibition organized by Artseeker Gallery, was held in the heart of Miami Beach from May 5-12, 2023
The project "JUST SUMMER ON MY MIND" is dedicated to the search for artistic images that can immerse the viewer in a state of delight, joy and harmony. Today, humanity is in the process of transformation. And it is important to understand and accept the fact that transformation is a painful process, but it inevitably leads to growth. Just as a butterfly is born, bursting out of its cocoon, so humanity after the upheavals of 2020-2023 is transformed and reborn with a new value system. Faced with the Kovid-19 epidemic, armed hostilities, mass riots, fear of a banking crisis due to the bankruptcy of the largest cryptocurrency exchange FTX and the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, a person is motivated to turn to existential questions and the search for their true meanings, to leave the pursuit of fictional ideals. The new man no longer seeks to achieve success at any cost to the detriment of his true values. To live here and now in an ecologically clean relationship with oneself and the surrounding world, to preserve integrity towards oneself and the world, to accept oneself and the world as they are - these are the main elements of the worldview of the New Man, the METAMODERN Man. In total, the exhibition presents more than 45 works by 35 artists, each of which will bring its own unique emotional touch to the overall harmony. Creating the project "Just Summer on My Mind", the curators sought to immerse the viewer in the realm of absolute harmony, aesthetics, physical and mental well-being.
RUSSIAN ARTISTS AGAINST WAR
In March 2023, a magnificent venue on Manhattan, New York, with the support of ARTSEEKER GALLERY, presents a major exhibition project "RUSSIAN ARTISTS AGAINST WAR". The exposition includes 86 works of 46 Russian artists reflecting on the subject.
The Earth is engulfed in eternal flames of war that either fade or flare up in different parts of the world. The imperfect human world is in a permanent state of war. That’s why the "RUSSIAN ARTISTS AGAINST WAR" project is not so much a negation of War as a manifestation of Peace. The exhibition includes works that reveal the theme of vulnerability and defenselessness of the World, the role of the artist and art as a healer of human Souls during times of psycho-emotional anguish, as well as works designed to give the viewer peace, warmth and kindness. The project’s main illustration is the work of the artist Diana Fuchs called "The Choice". Millions of glances are focused on the naked body of the artist lying on the stage, looking at the clouds in the colours of the dazzling blue peaceful sky. The creator sees the sky, and the viewer sees an uncovered fragile back. In this very moment the artist himself is acting as a personification of the vulnerability and fragility of the World. If you want to hit, hit, if you want to protect, protect. The artist seeks motives for his work in every act, whether it be aggression or care. Out of any chaos and aggression, the artist will find the strength to create an artistic image that has a transforming power. The exhibition project aims to heal the viewer, bring him back to the state of peace, to the field of perfect harmony, aesthetics, physical and mental well-being.