Boomer gallery, London UK

What is art? Where is it heading? Is art still in the hands of artists and art dealers or it has become a tool for the crypto speculators? The world is changing, everything becomes more virtual including art and in the process a lot of speculators are trying to twist things in their own interest like in the case of NFT. The crypto speculators are trying to make this the new “COOL” but what is so cool about it? Art is food for our souls, If they want this to be the new truth then they should start doing everything virtually, for example start eating virtual food or maybe get drunk with virtual alcohol, if they do this then by all means we will start to believe in their vision. As for us- galleries, artists, collectors… should we let hundreds of years of artistic refinement in the hands of the crypto speculators that don’t even know the difference between renaissance and contemporary? What about the painters, photographers, print makers, sculptors, performers and all the other artists who create real work, work that we can touch, smell, feel… should we give up on them for the sake of a speculative game? No thanks!!! NFT should be embraced as a new medium/tool like we always did along the way with a lot of other things but it shouldn’t be allowed to take over! If it does take over then an entire generation of artists and their works will vanish in thin air making way for the crypto speculators and their pyramid. Should we allow this to happen on our watch? The aim of this exhibition is to promote real art made by real artists!

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Tower Bridge- 150 Tooley Street, SE1 2TU

Online exhibition Feb 23 – Jul 23, 2022

The ‘Butterfly Effect’ idea shines a light on how a simple action, such as the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in one part of the planet, can spark a cascade of events around the globe. The ‘Butterfly Effect’ concept originated from Edward Lorenz’s Chaos Theory, which explored the idea that no matter who you are, you can significantly impact the world. 
Art impacts society by altering people’s opinions, instilling ideals, and transferring experiences across place and time. Art can affect social change; it can provide people with a voice. Art has the power to arouse emotions in those who see it, leading them to rally for change.

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Butterfly effect at Wind Factories, Acryl on canvas 2022. Size 41cm x 33cm. Available!
Welcome to the Wind Factory, Acryl on canvas 2022. Size 40cm x40cm. Available!
Rhythms by the coastline, Acryl on canvas 2022. Size 40cm x40cm. Available!
For the moment it felt like I was flying, Acryl on canvas 2021. Size 90cm x60cm. Available!
Rope pulling at the Wind Factory, Acryl on canvas 2021. Size 42cm x 96cm. Available!
The Wind Factories on the next level, Acryl on canvas 2021. Size 70cm x 70cm.
Towards the complete ripple, Acryl on canvas 2021. Size 80cm x 92cm. Available at Keskus Galleria!
Return to Wind Factories, Acryl on canvas 2021. Size 120cm x 120cm.

M.A.D.S Art Gallery


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Concept by Art Curator Martina Viesti

“I prefer to paint the eyes of men than cathedrals, because in the eyes of men there is something that is not in cathedrals, however majestic and imposing they are.” (Vincent Van Gogh)

The psychology of art, from its beginnings, has investigated the correlation between identity and art. In order to carry out a satisfactory analysis, it is appropriate to consider what the birth of individuality actually is. Some historians have noted how the formation of the modern world accompanied the affirmation of individualism. The crisis of the Middle Ages and the formation of new social classes leads to the possibility of a detachment of people from conformity, and the tangible proof of this detachment is represented by the self- portrait. Initially, the artists inserted their own figure among the crowds of people who painted, then, little by little, we arrived at the first self-portrait, dating back to that of the painter Jean Fouquet (Tours, 1420-1471 / 81?). Thus begins a slow but unstoppable process of the formation of modernity, in which the collective consciousness begins to fragment, divide, and decompose; and from this moment the artist’s individuality and the awareness he has of himself begins to emerge. According to Stefano Ferrari, professor of psychology of art at the University of Bologna, the real problem lies in the fact that our identity often does not coincide with our image, but it is necessary that this identity be represented and presented to the world through the image. Art itself is individuality and self-affirmation, although it is born within styles and currents, the artistic act is individual in itself, it is a question of self-realization. There were two artists who marked the history of the twentieth century, on the one hand the surrealist Salvador Dalì and on the other the emblem of PopArt Andy Warhol, the first immediately sensed the great potential and the enormous importance that they were beginning to have the mass media and that to achieve success it was essential to use and exploit them. With Dalì the representation of the artist as a star was born, his dandy attitude and his eccentric behavior began to attract extreme attention. With Dalì, therefore, there is a union between artist and public figure, the birth of the artistic icon, an idol and, therefore, a high level of attention is paid to one’s appearance and representation towards the outside. Warhol, on the other hand, was an individual constantly tormented and dissatisfied with his appearance, he perceived a constant sense of inadequacy and yearned for social acceptance. With the spread of the mass media, so the boundary between artist and individual is blurred, the two figures merge and the artist’s own personality becomes a reason for admiration and idealization. Self-portrait, self-representation, the perception of oneself and one’s identity are absolutely topical and pre-eminent themes in the society of the 21st century, Social Media and the daily stage have allowed a widening of the boundaries between private life and life publishes, between the background and the stage, to return to Erving Goffman’s sociological theory. The roles of individuals merge, just like Dali and Warhol, one is no longer one thing or the other, depending on the circumstances, but one is everything, one is the essence of oneself and one wants to demonstrate it in any way and through any tool. In this new world, dominated by communications, a sense of pride relative to what one is is born, there are no longer hiding places or places in which to hide one’s identity and one’s essence, but on the contrary, real individual revolutions are triggered in which you become aware of your existence and celebrate it, returning to be at the center and protagonists of your life. The collective consciousness and its identity are completely overshadowed, and with it the social characteristics that have, up to that moment, defined the roles of individuals. This new reality brings with it a sense of individual freedom, in which people are fully aware of who they are and their potential, it is the individual who reigns supreme. Sociologists speak of Second Modernity, a reality in which the transformations begun in the first modernity are brought to completion: a modernity in which the liberating thrust was held back by the presence of other entities, such as social class, family of origin, work . It is in the second modernity that this liberating drive finds its maximum expression, there is an intensification of the individualization process. In fact, the first modernity had subjected them to the limits imposed by tradition and society, the second modernity freed them from all the institutionalized models that shaped their existence. This new modernity carries with it the principle that people should make themselves the center of their projects and build themselves as their own masterpiece. On this concept, that of Self-culture, a new cultural sensitivity, characterized by the important value attributed to the autonomy and self-management of every lifestyle, M.A.D.S. Art Gallery, wants to invite artists to express their essence, unhinged from what the market wants and requires, from what the generalized artistic taste craves. M.A.D.S. Art Gallery therefore asks artists to express their sense of self, to self-determine themselves as creators, rising above all boundaries, be it stylistic or technical, following a single word “dare”.