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‘ A way to break through’ is a new digital platform

_Day 4_ print on perspex 42.59.4cm by Clodie Worboys FAD MAGAZINE
Day 4 print on perspex 42.59.4cm by Clodie Worboys

‘ A way to break through’ is a new digital platform which aims to showcase a series of Virtual exhibitions of emerging artists who are interested in breaking the so-called avant-garde.

A Way to Break Through” a digital platform has launched with the aim of bringing emerging artists’ works into a virtual space during times when viewing works in a physical form is almost impossible! This platform will continue to show and display works in a digitalized aesthetics that is both more accessible and convenient than your conventional gallery.

The inaugural exhibition is a showcase for artists based In London, New York and Istanbul working with in the main with oil and mix media paintings and digital prints. 5 percent of all sales will be donated to help the heroes of the NHS who are on the front line saving loved ones and fighting the battle with COVID-19

FAD MAGAZINE Adrian Schacter Chicken and egg' 18x25inches oil on canvas
Adrian Schacter Chicken and egg’ 18×25 inches oil on canvas

Within this group show some of the artist I know personally or have worked with before, others I have found by viewing their works online. In this new age social media is such an important tool for us in society especially for the art Market. Through Instagram, I’ve been able to discover new works and artists from different countries and brought them together into our digital platform, which gives the
opportunity to show works that would not necessarily sit together in a physical sense in your traditional gallery.

says Henry Dennler Founder ‘A way to break through

“The first group show investigates the effect of the digital age in the 21st century, sort of “post internet”. Many of the works in the exhibition deal with topical events/themes, which are then translated into a physical form with the artist’s own spin on it. Subject matter is more about the effect on the viewer, then the works in themselves.”

BORA AKINCITURK only in my dreams 200x160cm FAD MAGAZINE
Bora Akinciturk only in my dreams 200x160cm

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Tarzan king of the jungle Birth of Lambzan 120x80cm



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