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International Contest and Exhibition of Abstract Art

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ABSTRACTUM 2022

International Contest and Exhibition of Abstract Art

 

Dates: July 5-10, 2022.

Registration deadline: June 27, 2022.

Participate ONLINE or OFFLINE

 

Address: the Exhibition Halls of the St. Petersburg Art  Union 
St. Petersburg, Bolshaya Morskaya st., 38

Exhibition Sections

1) Abstraction in painting
2) Abstraction in graphics
3) Abstraction in sculpture
4) Installation
5) Abstraction in design
6) Abstraction in fashion
7) Abstraction in textiles
8) Abstraction in arts and crafts
9) Abstraction in photography

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Theme "ABSTRACT REALITY"

Abstraction is a free art that doesn't recognize any dogmas or rules. It retained dynamics, energy, life, but also acquired some elitism. The ability to rise above everyday life, to penetrate the artist's intention, expressed by non-objective painting, is not for everyone, but for the most sensitive and ready for this experience.

Each item is worthy of close attention, the participation of the viewer in its presentation to the world. Abstraction in painting, fashion and design is a surprise, courage, a real flight of fantasy. In addition, visitors will see amazing installations with their movement, ambiguity of interpretation and meaning. They will make the viewer puzzle over the message encoded in them.

We invite you to experience the beauty and musicality of abstract painting. According to the idea of ​​its founders, it's able to create a universal picture of the world order. Russian avant-garde artists (Kazimir Malevich, Vasiliy Kandinskiy, Mikhail Larionov) stood at the origins of abstract art. Their innovative ideas have firmly entered our everyday life, being embodied in architecture, modern design and fashion, and the ideas of urbanism. We invite you not to follow their path, but to pave your own way in the endless ABSTRACT space.

Abstraction in painting

- Suprematism

- Geometric abstraction

- Neo-expressionism

- Neo-pop art

- Op art

- Conceptualism

- Abstractionism

Abstraction in graphics

- Suprematism
- Geometric abstraction
- Neo-expressionism
- Op art
- Conceptualism
- Abstractionism

Abstraction in sculpture

- Suprematism

- Geometric abstraction

- Neo-expressionism

- Conceptualism

- Abstractionism

Abstraction in design

- Environment
- Interior
- Concept

Abstraction in textiles

- Batik

- Textile plane

- Textile volume

- Prints

Abstraction in arts & crafts

- Plane
- Volume
- Murals
- Group composition

Abstraction in photography

- Micro world

- Macro world

- Idea

- Conceptualism

- Photo manipulation

Abstraction in fashion

- Concept in clothes
- Concept in sketch

Abstraction: mediocrity or philosophy?

Painting for $200 million | How to convey an impression?

Registration deadline: June 27, 2022



Registration closes in: 

33 Days 09 Hours 03 Minutes 06 Seconds

What do authors get?

Exhibition in the museum
"New Tretyakov Gallery"

Новая Третьяковка Фестиваль абстракции Абстрактум

Новая Третьяковка на Крымском Валу

Appreciation by the world's leading abstractionists

Жюри Фестиваль абстракции

Известные абстракционисты мира

Publication in a full-color catalogue

Каталоги Фестиваль абстракции

Публикация в каталоге выставки

Diplomas of participants and/or winners

Дипломы со списком жюри Фестиваль абстракции

Дипломы со списком жюри

Abstract Art Fair International

Выставка Фестиваль абстракции Абстрактум

Ярмарка абстрактного искусства

Educational
lectures

Лектории Фестиваль абстракции Абстрактум

Лекции об искусстве

Master classes by leading abstract artists

Мастер-классы Фестиваль абстракции

Мастер-классы и демо-классы

Interviews and filming for the TV

Интервью съемки Фестиваль абстракции

Репортажи и интервью телеканалов

Sections of the exhibition:

Watch the Video

Abstract art of the 1930-1950s. Lecture of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts