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3rd Paradigm International Artists Group The group of independent artists, 3rd Paradigm, was formed in September 2009 from the initiative of German artist, Adrian Bayreuther. His deep passion for the Russian avant-garde style allowed him to study it thoroughly. By re-visiting art works of Malevich, Rodchenko and Popova, and by creating his own paintings in this style, Adrian became an expert in the deep sensing and understanding of art movements of Suprematism and Constructivism. He sensed that it is time now to give new life to avant-garde style and show the world its unique perceptions of 21st-century. With this aim in mind, Adrian invited 4 international artists, whose works, in his opinion, strongly represent and develop the paradigms of modern art to a new level, to the group "3rd Paradigm"
Germany Portugal Denmark ….. Adrian Bayreuther Alberto D’Assumpcao Izabella Pavlushko Constantin Severin
Adrian Bayreuther Gemany
Maybe the best follower of the early XXth century Russian avant-garde is now the German artist Adrian Bayreuther, both a visual artist, musician and scientist, the founder of an exclusive International Artists Group, ”3rd Paradigm”. His broad and complex culture of Renaissance type and the rare synesthetic ability of ‘’seeing” music tones as colored particles offered him the chance to create an unique and actual art, which combines in a personal manner the German constructivism to the Russian suprematism and Italian futurism. The spirit of time of his artworks is given by the cutting-edge compositions using masterly the music of geometry and the magic power of the pure and vibrant colors. The art of Adrian Bayreuther is almost a moving interaction between Bach’s music and the platonic universes imagined by the actual scientists.
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Alberto D’Assumpcao Portugal
Robert Delaunay’s orphism could be considered one of the possible roots of the art vision of Portuguese visual artist Alberto D’Assumpcao. The same focus on the primacy of colour, the preference of pure and luminous juxtaposed complementary colours, the free organization of the visual elements using motifs like ”fragmented rainbows”, much more connected to the inner life and its musical structure than to the exterior world. An outstanding member of the Archetypal Expressionism Group, Alberto seems to look for the essential reality of the life of the universe. His vortex of forms, the multifaceted oscillation between planes and volumes (similar to El Lissitzky approaches) and the strange impression regarding the reversibility of such forms, pure archetypes of a celestial visual hierarchy, create a sweet and secrete coherence appealing directly to our sensibility like the music of spheres.
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Izabella Pavlushko Azerbaijan
Though the art of Izabella Pavlushko reminds us the Suprematist compositions of Kazimir Malevich we have to point out from the beginning that she has an accomplished personal vision. Her multi-plane complex compositions with a rich and luminous chromatic palette are more dynamic and endlessness, due to the focus on the curve lines. The dynamic pictorial sequences usually end in white, the color of static, of metaphysical calm, of great silence, of empty space, of void. The collision between the dynamic compositions and the static of the white background is one of the key of her magic art. An art very fitted to be included on the white walls of actual buildings, we all know the links between Suprematism and architecture are very intimate.
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Constantin Severin Romania
Constantin Severin is a visual artist-theorist in Archetypal Expressionism. He is also well known in Romania as a poet and writer-theorist of postliterature. In his paintings, skillfully executed at the level of Matisse, he creates rather complex colorful and compositional effects by using pure vibrant colors. He unites the elements of classical realism in the small iconic images with the elements of abstract expressionism in the large area that serves as both, foreground and background. In this light, Constantinâ€™s paintings establish an idea of infinite connection between past and future in art evolution.
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and intimacy, so the result can be compared to a kind of condensation of feelings.
Olga Dmytrenko USA
Born in Ukraine , the American visual artist Olga Dmytrenko successfully creates almost abstract metaphysical landscapes called ’’Abstravaganza.’’ Reminding some of the early compositions of Kandinsky’s semi-abstract works, but with a softer palette, similar to the surrealists, her art is very fluid and dynamic because of the preference for the curved lines, the geometry of the vivid world. The artist evokes reality in a dreamer’s way, succeeding to make abstract art rejecting the decorative elements. Olga’s paintings approach abstraction with a special sensitivity and intimacy, so the result can be compared to a kind of condensation of feelings. The organization of the fine structures of her organic abstract artworks is sometimes comparable to the vibrato of a violin and is very moving for all the art lovers. The Slavic pathos can be read among these improvisations with the stress put on the purity of the sensations rather than on the clarity of forms.
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