Pulse of New Media Fine Art – It begins here!
The MoDFA is all about great contemporary art, fused and produced through a mix of new technology and traditional creative thought processes.
It’s no secret that humans love to create, even from the earliest dawn of civilization. Now, in the dawn of the 21st century the doors of creativity has snapped open for all to experience. “Digital” is the title used to define and characterize this new media art-form, that is produced largely in a cyber world. But, although virtually made, these works of art are every bit akin to traditional art forms, minus the dripping paint, the mess and fumes of unhealthy, environmentally unfriendly chemicals. And, more importantly, these art and images are visually stimulating and truly collectible. Whether they are made through sensors or graphic tools, they are all human art.
|The Museum of Digital Fine Arts is happy to present the upcoming solo exhibition of one of modern art’s most prolific and creative artists: Immo Jalass.With creative productions spanning more than five decades,Immo has been there through most of the major art trends of the last century, and yet he has been able to stay focus on his ownvery unique visions, continuing torender captivating art with tools of the 21st century artists.Starting September 20, and through to October 10, 2014, we will present a showcase of Immo Jalass’ outstanding work. So please, do stop in to have look at some samples of his brilliant and unusual artistic creations that will agitate and stimulate the visual senses as well as the psychological.||Born from the wombs of creativity, a new generation of pioneering artists rises to express ideas, thoughts and philosophy through the use of pixels, and ultimately changing the art world for generations to come.The Museum of Digital Fine Arts continues its early Autumn exhibitions (Oct. 22, to Nov. 8-2014) with- “Awakened Sentiments” – a group show that features awe-inspiring works by the 5 following international emerging artists: AlessandroVianello, PeterCiccariello, RobinTomens, Dr. John Antoine Labadie, and Aural (EmersonPingarilho).All are welcome, so please stop by to enjoy the works of some of today’s most talented new artists here at the MoDFA.|
|The Museum of Digital Fine Arts (MoDFA) is happy to announce two fun summer 2014 exhibitions. The first exhibition starts on June 18th, 2014, and features 9 amazing artwork by 3 international artists: Rogerio Viana, Georges Frank de Cuzey, and Mario Sughi.Our second exhibition starts August 28, 2014, and features 8 talented international artists: Eduardo García, David Navia, Avani Aggarwal, Xiao Ran (aka. Dawn Pu), Maxim Delcambre, Kay Reese, Jan-Philipp Eckert, Sung ChoiArmed with both traditional and new media training, these artists produces sheer magic by utilizing innovative graphic arts tools on the digital canvas, and are steadily making a name for themself in the briskness of the global art marketplace.|
Well, here at the Museum Of Digital Fine Arts (MODFA) we are once again presenting our warm weather fine art exhibition. This is our 3rd and final showing for the summer and, we have selected 4 amazing artists to introduce their work. The exhibition is entitled: “Complex Eclipse” and features the beautiful creations of:
Jena DellaGrottaglia, Cary Lee Crisman [aka XMAN], Fernando Acosta, Matthew Schwartz [aka Spadecaller]
Have a great rest of summer holiday everyone, and looking forward to having your visit to see this new special show.
The Museum Of Digital Fine Arts is happy to announce the 3rd and final edition of its summer 2012 photo exhibitions. It is entitled – “Day In The Life of the Rising Sun“, and admittedly, the name is a fun mix of a Jimi Hendrix tune and the interpretations which the images seem to capture. The exhibition begins on August 15th and runs through to September 8th, 2012, bringing to the forefront creative photography from a global mix of talented image makers. Five emerging and professional individuals showcasing fifteen pieces of their extraordinary work at our presentation center, MODFA Xhibitions, for your viewing pleasure.