Robert Baramov

2015 Invisible - "Bulart gallery", Varna

The aim of the contemporary artist at visibility depends only partially on acquired over the years technical skills. New generations of artists look for way to distinguish from classical dealing with technologies and materials and create prerequisites for alternative interventions in public and urban spaces in social and political life. Answers to the questions what contemporary art is how it looks like and where to find him , often puzzle the society. The exhibition "Invisible Art" avoids intentional scandalous and can be seen as a peaceful philosophical introspection of the author. However, a profound interpretation should look for encoded messages for the intellectual elite. Hidden processes in the cultural community, controversial interpretation of the historical facts, disagreements and open professional confrontations critique of tolerance artistic servility and the development of local cultural monopolies are a small part of the issues that exist beyond the border of the visible are worth considering.