The Luminarium is immensely proud to present our twenty fifth Exhibition to you, bearing the title and theme of "Silver", as to celebrate our silver anniversary.
In scientific terms, Silver is a chemical element which is known for possessing the highest electrical conductivity; with immensely varying amounts of usage in coins, solar panels, water filtration and of course jewelry and ornaments. Story-wise, it's often compared as the second most valuable material to gold. A value that we take highly, as this exhibition marks our 25th endeavor to bring you extraordinary art, a challenge that we take with immense pleasure and excitement.
With the world around us being vast and beautiful and our artists scattered amongst it; "Aisthetikos" was quite a natural choice after being indulged in our third Experiments exhibition. Therefore Cosmosys is delighted to release its Sixteenth Exhibition: Aisthetikos.
With a set of varying disciplines which makes Cosmosys great, the various interpretation of our collective's artists on the world is nothing short of astounding and desperately in need to be shown to the world through the eyes, brushes and lenses of both veteran artists and newcomers. Events like sunrise, dusk, nightfall. Soaring to high skies and diving in deep oceans. Asking
The Luminarium presents our 24th Exhibit: Illuminate VI. After a summer of change for a lot of us within the team, one thing that hasn't changed is the quality which our artists put into their work. In our 6th installment of our Illuminate series we have some outstanding musical contributions again from ScottStedman and Clyde Machine to sit alongside photography from the likes of Joakim Olaussen and Andres Gallardo Albajar, as well as Science Fiction scapes from Christian Hecker and abstract art from the likes of Lum new-boy Stuart Ballinger.
The Luminarium presents Illuminate VI
My very first art contribution to the Luminarium can be seen