In our final exhibition of the year, NOT REAL ART celebrates the classic coming-of-age motifs of adventure, mystery, and independence.
At NOT REAL ART we love to celebrate and elevate today's working independent Artists. So, in 2023 we started curating online exhibitions called "First Fridays" featuring remarkable art from all the amazing artists who have come into our orbit over the years. Our First Fridays exhibitions are organized by themes and contain 100's artworks that will inspire you, make you think, feel and even laugh sometimes. Please enjoy!
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In our eighth exhibition of the year, NOT REAL ART celebrates and reimagines the world of architecture and design, exploring the structures we inhabit, the buildings we pass on the street, and the cities and suburbs that surround us.
In our seventh exhibition of the year, ‘Art and Tech,’ NOT REAL ART examines the interplay between art, artists, and the rapidly evolving tech landscape surrounding them.
Our sixth exhibition of the year, ‘Ancestral Landscapes,’ traverses the murky terrain between home and heritage with a rich tapestry of identity-based work.
In our fifth exhibition of the year, ‘Robots, Rockets, and Space,’ NOT REAL ART invites viewers on a dizzying journey through space and time.
In our fourth exhibition of the year, NOT REAL ART invites our audience to the table for a shared serving of bread, fat, salt, sugar, culture, and conversation.
From Siddhartha’s sacred Bodhi tree to the magical forest in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, nature holds a mystical allure for artists and philosophers alike. But as lakes evaporate, trees burn, and sea levels rise, that idea of paradise on Earth is slowly fading. The 28 artists in our April exhibition give us a glimpse of our future—for better or worse.
In our second exhibition of the year, NOT REAL ART examines the power and complexity of love on the cusp of an increasingly unsettled future.