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Reaches, Changes Connects
After nearly three decades of exprience in art market, Pashmin Art Gallery has access to a large number of artists, art institutions, art fairs and museums in international world of art.
PASHMIN ART CROSS-CULTURAL PROJECTS
In the course of globalization and internationalization, the coexistence of different “cultures” has turned to be a hallmark of modern societies. Taking this diversity as normality is a task that should be increasingly brought into attention in our social interactions internationally. Now we live in a world where new opportunities for development reside in the distance and proximity. In this new world, it is important to re-explore the possibilities of understanding, tolerance, acceptance and versatility. It is both a ground-breaking signal and an invitation.
The aim of Pashmin Art is to build bridges between different cultures, open new perspectives and make visions come true. Above all, it is important to dismantle prejudices and to connect people from different nations.
Pashmin Art Trade Mark mirrors this philosophy. At the bottom you see seven shapes symbolizing hands joining each other. On left and right you see the two columns which are joined to each other by a bridge on top. In the middle P and A are are seen together and also they are written upside down as “Ԁ” and “∀”, demonstrating the cross-culturality of our activities.
Contemporary art is an ever-evolving field that encompasses a variety of mediums, from painting and sculpture to relief art. It is a way for artists to connect with their environment and explore different phenomena including animals and human body in a variety of ways and forms. In this exhibition at Pashmin Art Gallery Hamburg fours ……
Before the word was the symbol. The first artistic symbols adorned the caves of the Stone Age people. Symbols, which often contain encrypted clues and secret messages, have played a major role right up to the present day. The power of symbols accompanies us everywhere, both in the real and the digital world. A concise ……
Our “Figuratum durch Abstractum” series continues this year. “There is no such thing as abstract art. You always have to start with something. After that, you can remove all traces of reality”, as Pablo Picasso once put it. Contemporary painting encompasses abstract as well as figurative elements and many artists from the 20th century to ……
“Hamburg, the artist’s gateway to the world” – The beautiful Hanseatic city of Hamburg shines with its more than 300 cultural institutions, including 60 museums, charming bars and cafés on the Alster and the Elbe beach and, last but not least, famous painters such as Max Liebermann, Erich Heckel or Emil Nolde. The Pashmin Art ……
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