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The Image-Art of Adi Da

© 2006 The Avataric Samrajya
of Adidam Pty Ltd

Da Plastique: The Art of Adi Da Samraj — An introduction to His extraordinary communication of transcendental reality in the form of visual images.

Da Plastique is the name Adi Da has given the studio He directs in the process of fabricating His art. It includes a guild of fine art technicians that execute His instructions for the fabrications of His art, and representatives who help facilitate the showing of His work around the world. Bargello Museum Florence Italy — In July, 2010, the 21st Annual Florence International Contemporary Dance Festival will be held in the very heart of the ancient beautiful city of Florence. The Florence Dance Company will inaugurate the Festival on July 12th with a performance at the Bargello Museum of “” based on Dante Alighieri's “La Divina Commedia”. The backdrop images projected for each of the three sections of the ballet – 'Inferno', 'Purgatorio' and 'Paradiso' will be from Adi Da's 'Linead – Eurydice' suite.

Venice Biennale
from Alberti's Window I
© 2007 The Avataric Samrajya
of Adidam Pty Ltd

Transcendental Realism: The Art of Adi Da Samraj at the 2007 Venice Biennale — This Collateral Exhibition of Adi Da's Image Art at the prestigious 2007 Venice Biennale was housed on two expansive floors of a beautiful landmark building, within easy access from most locations in Venice. The Exhibition took place from June through November, 2007.

About Adidam — Testimonials about Adi Da's Image Art; how Adi Da's Art has influenced other artistic enterprises.

About Adidam — The relation between Adi Da's Art and the Spiritual Way of Adidam:

True art should permit and invite self–transcendence. True art is not merely the product of a hero or heroine who is able to transcend himself or herself and create something which is then to be passively admired by others. Participation in an art form should be a great exercise that enables you to transcend yourself. True art has a purpose for others, not merely a purpose for the artist.

— Avatar Adi Da Samraj

The Adi Da Museum of Art — The Adi Da Museum of Art (in Maria Hoop, The Netherlands) is dedicated to the promotion of Adi Da's art through exhibitions, lectures, round-table discussions, documentaries as well as seminars on his art and its relationship to various artistic traditions. The "Bright" Room Gallery also exhibits works and supports scholarship inspired by the art and philosophy of Adi Da Samraj.

See also: The "Bright" Room Gallery website.

The Vlaar Collection in The Bright Room Gallery

Divine Art and Dance

Divine Art and Dance — This site is dedicated to the collaborative art and dance events involving the Florence Dance Company and Adi Da's Image-Art.
Evampa Gallery — A private collection of sacred artwork by Avatar Adi Da Samraj, and by several of His devotees.

Evampa Gallery

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