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Vienna School of Fantastic Realism

Vienna School of Fantastic Realism

The Vienna School of Fantastic Realism is a group of artists founded in Vienna in 1946. It includes Ernst Fuchs, Arik Brauer, Rudolf Hausner, Wolfgang Hutter, Anton Lehmden and Fritz Janschka, all students of Professor Albert Paris Gütersloh at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts.

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Labyrinth – Society for Fantastic and Visionary Art

LABYRINTHE - Gesellschaft für phantastische und visionäre Künste e.v.

Labyrinthe – Gesellschaft für phantastische und visionäre Künste Labyrinth, the Society of Fantastic and Visionary Arts is a network that promotes communication, expression and exchange of experience between artists and writers ensuring arena for discourse, and enjoyment with like-minded people. It is a medium where all practitioners of their art feel that they have peers, […]

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Libellule

Libellule

Lukáš Kándl, Czech born Magic Realist painter, brings together a group of the best contemporary international artists to present a fantastic, surreal, imaginary and visionary world, around a set of fundamental values based on openness, sharing, group spirit, superb technical quality and master of the craft.

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beinArt International Surreal Art Collective

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The beinArt International Surreal Art Collective was founded by Jon Beinart, creating it to showcase contemporary Surreal, Fantastic, Visionary Art and Low Brow Art.

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International Fantastic Art Association

International Fantastic Art Association

Five years ago, Japanese artist Shoji Tanaka discovered the Society for the Art of Imagination (AOI) and then later Beinart.org. It was at that time that he put together IFAA believing that they needed something else than just galleries, as in Japan there are few Fantastic Art galleries.

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Society for the Art of Imagination

The Inscape group of artists was founded in 1961 by a small group of 5 artists, but then later in 1995, under Brigid Marlin‘s guidance it transformed into The Society forArt of Imagination. It has grown to be one of the largest groups of Fantastic Artists, with over 400 members from 23 countries.

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Fantastical Art of East Germany

Leipziger Schule (Bildende Kunst) – http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leipziger_Schule_(Bildende_Kunst) “Old” Leipzig School was a term used by art journalists which had became established by some time no later than 1977, and the involvement of Werner Tübke, Wolfgang Mattheuer and Bernhard Heisig with documenta 6. The students of those artists, including Sighard Gille and Arno Rink, can be seen […]

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Neue Meister

Neue Meister, Michael Krähmer, Ines Scheppach, Roland Heyder, Joachim Lehrer, Siegfried Zademack

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Featured Artist Peter Gric