Every great dream begins with the dreamer. You need to have passion to reach the stars.
Massada Art Projects presents „5to5” film by NY Shorts Festival award winner Michael Slavens. City narration tells the metropolitan story of NY soul and energy.
„The Last Dufö” mysterious story of last great art masterpiece by Bjelk Dufö. Hilarious analysis of what constitutes to be ART, to have World Premiere at Massada Film Festival NY 20th March 2015
Massada founders love art. Kate and Chris are personally involved in every aspect of artistic directions taken within company. With its artistic interests and art appreciation they want to share their curiosity and enthusiasm for art with other people. They invite artists to take joy in creating. Intention of the endeavour is to involve talented virtuosos in art exploration and communication with the world. It involves several disciplines from film, comics, world heritage art inspired eyewear, poetry, images and yet is not limited to just few forms of art listed here. Massada Art Projects are open to accommodate any representation of human fantasy. The aim is to expand human imagination. Individual projects selected represent careful personal choices of the Massada founders. Independence of the thinking and approach is encouraged. Influence and participation of Kate and Chris vary from project to project. Disputes and deliberations are present as art is perceived as important and fundamental part of our lives. Always ideas are born in endless conversations.Read More →
Friday, March 20th 2015 @ 7.30 pm Anthology Film Archives ( 32 Second Avenue New York, NY 10003 ) Please RSVP by March 15th to email@example.com
Massada Art Projects invite you to World Premiere of Hieronymus Bosch interpretation of “The Garden of Earthly Delights by Massada. No Punishment.”
In search of “Exceptional Destiny” for the country mentioned by Charles de Gaulle.
Feelings of persistent melancholy infused with nostalgia. Very much into the exploration of society dominated by rationalist and bourgeois values. Esthetics of romantic miserabilism experienced in the form of pleasure. Secular ideal derived from Enlightenment. Doubt is the first philosophical reflex, too full of hope are naive. Art de vivre as creative reinvention of critical impulse promoting cultural innovation. Absurd and strange beauty lies in connection between existentialism and pursuit of pleasure reigned supreme. Melancholy defined by Victor Hugo as “happiness of being sad“ swim together in delights of elegance, sensuality, splendid mistresses quality and form. Sophisticates know better what life is all about. It is chic and spiritual. Is it a pose? Or mature societies show their supremacy through quality of life. Contemplating and making intellectual argument is the order of the day. Not in the overdone manner.
Let's not be in self-delusion. Hedonism survived.
Visiting Flatiron location of Doughnuts temple makes You wonder to travel across the globe with cross cultural flavors in its Manhattan American edition. It creates bits of being uneasy just with twisting from foot to foot in the line among other doughnuts hungry aficionados. Smell of baked dough and chocolate mixed with other treats makes us feel like a child who wants to grab all these goodies at once. Ordering our favorite flavor and enjoying it with coffee was such great delights that we decided to come back later on in the afternoon from Washington Square for extra one. Ok –two! Now time to burn it in the gym. Next time we are in NYC, they're our first stop!
Massada tribute to Claude Monet. Art is about refining emotions. Two years ago we visited Naoshima, secluded island turned into one of the best Art Installations in the world. Still can’t forget how cross cultural and cross periodic art may touch upon our emotional experiences. Very private paintings by Monet, are exposed to diffused top sun light which reflects from white ceramic tiles. We remember process of emotional “in the waiting” when entering white mosaic floor tiles in Chichu Art Museum designed by Tadao Ando. Then final explosion of senses at play. Still thinking about it, trying to join the emotional meaning of color, impression, architecture, sea and purity of the message. Born this day 1840 Claude Monet. Longing for Naoshima “Water Lillies” by Claude Monet.