EXPOSED: The Art Project—It’s Not a Pretty Picture—Coming in December

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Five Artists Reveal Themselves and Their Subjects in EXPOSED: the Art Project, an International Multimedia Collaboration Coming This December.

This December, five artists reveal themselves and their subjects via EXPOSED: the Art Project, a multimedia collaboration. Exhibits will include paintings by Barry Gross and Viktor Safonkin, photography by Presscott McDonald and Adela Holmes, and the video, music and art of Neal Fox.

The idea for EXPOSED: the Art Project took root when visionary and figure painter Barry Gross rented the studio next to Neal Fox’s. Having a mutual admiration for each other’s work, they thought it would be exciting to combine Gross’ art with Fox’s social-political music and video. At the same time, Gross was in communication with Viktor Safonkin, a surrealistic painter, living in Prague. The addition of motion photographer Adela Holmes and celebrity-fashion photographer Presscott McDonald, rounded out the group.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the project, Gross said, “I believe EXPOSED: The Art Project is evocative, passionate and informative. It’s a collaborative pilgrimage for a group of creatives into the unknown.”

EXPOSED: the Art Project will be uplifting, humorous, raw and insightful. It will challenge viewers to confront uncomfortable subjects. It will entertain, provoke and enlighten. But overall, as the name implies, it will be art.

The members of this diverse group are concerned about society and want to create public awareness about certain crucial issues. Their artwork will cover four themes, which are under wraps for now. Artists will make individual statements in their chosen medium, while the collaboration will affiliate itself with worthwhile charitable organizations.

For more information about EXPOSED: the Art Project, or the artists’ work, please visit their web site, Dates and locations of exhibits will be announced as the project progresses.


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