Definition: Neosurrealism is the term that has been given to the reappearance of the famous surrealism movement in the late 1970s. Initially, the movement focused on relating surrealism with pop-art, but lately modern artists have been exploring other directions within the present movement. For a long time Neosurrealism was called modern surrealism due to a noticeable visual similarity of this two movements. However, the main difference between these two styles is that Neosurrealism does not have the original idea of rational control freedom or psychic automatism declared by André Breton, in his Manifeste du surréalisme. Neosurrealism is a combined imagery of dreams and fantasies or subconscious mind visions in fine art painting, digital art graphic, and photography. Modern computer technologies brought tons of additional depicting power to contemporary artists. Neosurrealism does not have a particular founder or group. The movement is still not clearly defined, but it develops rapidly adding more professional and armature art enthusiasts every day. There are thousands contemporary artists, digital and traditional fine art media, who create neo-surrealistic, surreal fantasy, and fantasy realism artworks comparable to Neosurrealism.
Artist, Vladimir Kush, United States --- Title: "Current". -- description: The painter draws a clear analogy between current lines and growth rings of a tree. For annual rings reflect the current of time, the timestream. Their thickness or thinness tells us much about the past. Was it the time of hurricanes or river floods.