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The Contemporary Art Modern Project @ The Hamptons

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Gallery: The Contemporary Art Modern Project

Art fair: Hamptons Virtual Art Fair

Artists: Dominik Schmitt, Joe Ginsberg, Drew Doggett

The Contemporary Art Modern Project, the newest art platform from Melanie Prapopoulos - co founder of The Directed Art Modern, focuses on creating collaborative relationships with the artist and the collector through partnering with online giants to increase exposure, to creating and curating unique and innovative pop up exhibitions, both physical and virtual, in and about New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and in Miami.

The Contemporary Art Modern Project, (The CAMP) the newest art platform from Melanie Prapopoulos - co founder of The Directed Art Modern, focuses on bringing exposure... more >>
The Contemporary Art Modern Project, the newest art platform from Melanie Prapopoulos - co founder of The Directed Art Modern, focuses on creating collaborative relationships with the artist and the collector through partnering with online giants to increase exposure, to creating and curating unique and innovative pop up exhibitions, both physical and virtual, in and about New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and in Miami.

The Contemporary Art Modern Project, (The CAMP) the newest art platform from Melanie Prapopoulos - co founder of The Directed Art Modern, focuses on bringing exposure to the artist, without exposing the artist to exploitive practices rampant in the art world. Also part and parcel of this new venture is The Camp Gang, brought up in The Directed Art Modern, who through their own unique and creative insight add to the fresh approach of marrying the online world with the traditional art world. Our goals are to create collaborative relationships with the artist and the collector through partnering with online giants to increase exposure, to creating and curating unique and innovative pop up exhibitions, both physical and virtual, in and about New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and in Miami. We aim and strive to make connections and relationships between ourselves, the artist and both the collector and the public, thereby removing the curtain that distances connection. The CAMP’s entire modus operandi is to: protect art, the artist, to keep them in the realm of their art and vision as it is always the art that matters.


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