Catherine Timotei

Catherine Timotei

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Catherine Timotei ( Corsica. France). Contemporary Abstract expressionism Artist, with work featuring key aesthetics from many of the most sought - after artists on today's international market, her work is signature in its philosophy of the aesthetic in Art. Catherine Timotei Catalyst Artwork, postulates for money, quality of life, and sustainability: thinking about the artist as an actor in the innovation process in information and communication technologies. Her framework stresses the importance of the new class of hybrid, innovative institution. It differs from most approaches to the interaction between the creative art, and techno-science where new media technologies are designed, and developed in co-evolution with the creative application. Knowing the foundations of Art is unique, as this skill follows a chain of thoughts, and confrontations with earlier works, are crucial to the continuously evolving language of Art. With free access to the Art of the past and traditional painting techniques from a number of sources, Timotei developed, with her analytical abilities, a personal, technical, creative style. "Aesthetic reasons govern the use of a technique and this reasons are dictated by the epoch in which a painter lives". Why Timotei paints Abstract? Abstract Expressionism redefines the purpose of art from social consciousness, stressing the universal instead of the particular. At the time when realism fails to illustrate the essence of our present society, we can no longer just paint what we see on the surface, in order to capture what we feel and believe. Abstraction offers an alternative. It is the realism of our time. Catherine Timotei Catalyst Art is the art for the 21st century. "Abstract pictures are fictive models, because they make visible a reality that we can neither see nor describe, but whose existence we can postulate". Gerhard Richter.