Multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Vienna, Alper Dostal created this fun art series named “Hot Art Exhibition” where he envisions some of the world’s most iconic paintings. Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica”, Salvador Dalí’s “Persistence of Memory”, as well as Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” are just a few of the renowned paintings featured in Dostal’s series.
Imagine what might happen if galleries and museums turned off the air conditioner and the highly-controlled environments that usually protect the artworks stop working, they would start to literally melt from their canvasses. That was the inspiration behind this concept of the digital artist.
Dostal’s melting masterpieces is digital work that translates his ideas of liquefaction of some of the world’s most recognizable art, imagining the equation “art + summer – air conditioner”
Dostal’s series is dedicated to that absurd. ” Hot Exhibition”, the project sees a slew of masterpieces dripping with splotches of virtual paint.