London, 1 October 2014 – Debut Contemporary
Debut Contemporary opened an incredibly special exhibition entitled ' Human Suffering at Times of Crisis' on Wednesday, 1 October 2014, where the London art and business infleuneecers mingled with 30 partipating artists.
The show was curated by a very established British artist Barry Martin and Samir Ceric, founder and CEO of Debut Contemporary. The title of the show could not be more relevant to the world current affairs and wars and sufferings happening all over the globe.
The current exhibition running until 21 October 2014 is a unique opportunity to witness a number of extraordinary works Debut artists have especially created for this exhibition including 2 masterpieces by one and only Barry Martin himself.
Other artists include Guy Portelli (an established artist and the first artist who was ‘backed’ by 3 ‘Dragons, Peter Jones, James Caan and Theo Paphitis), Surbhi Modi, from Delhi and her work entitled ‘Pearl Harbour’ which talks about the effects of war on art and culture, Sassan Bahktiar whose work has recently been auctioned off with Sotheby’s in NY and sold for $15,000 for a limited edition prhothraph (a record for this promising Iranian artist whose next major solo exhibition takes him to Teheran and the Silk Road Gallery) and a Portuguese based artist Mara Alves whose work titled Timeless was incredibly well received and stole the show, to name a few. Says Samir Ceric, founder and CEO of Debut Contemporary.
Exhibition Catalogue: http://issuu.com/maraalves9/docs/debut_contemporary_present_human_su
Private View video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19HEWEGR34M
What Human Suffering means to me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7d8qbHAQmA