Do You believe in Art? „Granite”. Find the truth in simple, spiritual parable beautifully crafted by Colin Chiesa. „Granite” proudly presented by Massada Art Projects.
Behind the scenes, "Really Looking" directed by Kira Bursky, produced by Massada Art Projects. Ensemble Shamhat recording session Majorca, Spain. Music composed and directed by Nicolas Martin. Coming Soon.
Thank You Madrid!!! Incredible opening night with Friends for “The Garden of Earthly Delights by Massada. No Punishment.”
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.
Essential NYC mating strategies. Inventive and funny courtship displays at action. Sexual partners attracted guarantee a reproductive success. Evolutionary psychology at work, made easy in “ NYC Life” by Michael Slavens, presented at Massada Film Festival in NY.
Every great dream begins with the dreamer. You need to have passion to reach the stars.
„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
Tokyo, year 2903. Everything looks disconcertingly similiar to what it has been over the last few hundred years. according to their own inner application.
Brilliant traditional Shan Shui made industrially. "Rising Mist" by Yang Yongliang. He has touched our emotions, terrified us with vision nature destruction at La Biennale di Venezia.
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 →
“Bird in Space” Massada Art Projects organ improvisations by Dariusz Przybylski, limited vinyl edition coming at MIDO.
“Bird in Space” recording session backstage. Massada Art Projects, Avant-garde organ improvisations by Dariusz Przybylski coming at MIDO Milan, limited vinyl edition.
Our love for Hieronymus Bosch has been turned into creative reinterpretation “The Garden of Earthly Delights by Massada. No Punishment. Wish You to discover plenty hidden meanings within the picture. DISFRUTA ESTAS FRUTAS DEL BOSCO.
Incredible run for „NYC Life” by Michael Slavens, Massada Art Projects! Great News Again! „NYC Life” officially selected for Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films 2015, California!
We are pleased to announce that “2903” film, Massada co-produced, has been selected for Sapporo International Short Film Festival, Japan in October! "2903" 札幌国際短編映画祭に入選しました !
Tinity of light, color and pattern. Creative combination. Power of light in Massada fusion art cuisine laboratory.
“Granite” by Colin Chiesa, Massada Art Projects stills from California film backstage.
Calling few guys produced incredible results. We found Mat who does drawing for different newspapers worldwide. When we saw his works we knew that this is it. It is gonna be comics book.
BREAKING NEWS! HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE! "NYC Life" by Michael Slavens, Massada Art Projects has been selected for 2015 New York International Short Film Festival.
Friday, March 20th 2015 @ 7.30 pm Anthology Film Archives ( 32 Second Avenue New York, NY 10003 ) Please RSVP by March 15th to firstname.lastname@example.org
Massada Art Projects invite you to World Premiere of Hieronymus Bosch interpretation of “The Garden of Earthly Delights by Massada. No Punishment.”
“Sometimes it will take months, even years, to work out new sculpture” Jean Hans Arp. This same goes for the frame. “Torso” eyewear frame has been the result of years of our Jean Hans Arp’s art fascination. The first fundamental draw to Arp was to his borderland no violent personality. A man of two nationalities, French and German. He found sanctuary in war free Switzerland and even managed to be neutral in his art and actions when founding deranged Dada movement in Zürich. His art is liquid and curved as his life.
Forms in nature are modifications of few basic forms: morphology philosophical doctrine presented by Wolfgang Goethe. One form or shape can be slowly transformed into another, suggesting other object. Transfiguration can alter plant into the torso.
The calyx, forcing its development, can became a corolla; and the corolla can undergo a regression in the direction of the calyx. Depending on circumstances, this same organ can develop into leaf, or torso-leaf, or into Massada frame. The reward of eternal life requires effort.
We love to experience emotions. “Bird in Space” by Constantin Brancusi sculpture is the pure experience of sublime emotions. The decision has been made to create a frame inspired by this great art. “Abstract is what is most realistic. What is real is not the appearance, but the idea, the essence of things" , Brancusi said. Listening to the Master, bringing eyewear frame inspired by his work is more than just to create a utility object. It has required a special approach in order to search for the idea that was on his idiosyncratic mind. The story was written, that of the man in bare, surreal landscape heading towards a divine destination and splashing into the comfort of creativity. Strong associations exist across the perceptual boundaries. Once Brancusi sculpture was decomposed in to create a new object, we knew it needed spiritual tones to connect movement with peace and tranquility. Music vibrating in our heads, primeval, Avant-garde, became organ improvisations devised by the composer. Severity of tones and simplicity of the frame requires visual framing. For a long time we were intrigued by Lutheran wooden baroque churches built as result of post Augsburg Treaty dealings between German Emperor and Swedish King in XVII century. Perfect match. Finding yet another dimension brought us to our art travels into the Metropolitan museum in NY with its David Hockney “Mount Fiji and Flowers”. Lonely stranger is emerging from somewhere, breathing intensity of Hockney’s inspired colors. Dealing with sacral architecture in modern art isn't easy. You find shelter at the cost of isolation. To be open mined You have look at the stars or a sky. “Space that Sees” in Jerusalem by James Turrell was our mind opener and trigger to install, simple heavenly gap in the baroque ceilings, drooping rays of light onto the earthly floor. The ephemeral nature of the moment is crowning with disappearing cloud. The circle is closed. Forces of Brancusi refinement stand still. “Bird in Space”.
Comforting duality of warm rose quartz and cooling serenity has been invented a long time ago by the nature. It has been spotted and portrayed by the artists searching for tranquility and soul healing. We were not indifferent to the mesmerizing qualities of the tones. Beauty of the virgin femininity of Swan Lake by Peter Tchaikovsky inspired us to create hand painted frames resembling psychological security of „Water Lilies” by Claude Monet colors.