We, Zarathustra the Cat, enjoy Ourselves as the first cat contemporary artist, working in fields of performance and appropriation art. You already know, that We are officially recognized as a writer, being a co-author of the book Fat Cat Art: Famous Masterpieces Improved by a Ginger Cat with Attitude. Penguin Random House USA is Our publisher. Another human institution recognized Us as a creative non-human person: Art Porters gallery from Singapore, with whom We are successfully working last 2 years. They made Our first in Asia purrsonal exhibition “Meows in Museums!” from October 6 to 30, 2016 at the Fullerton Hotel Singapore
The exhibition showcased 20 limited editions mixed media creations (digital paintings and lenticular prints) specially commissioned by the gallery from Us and Our humble assistant Svetlana Petrova. True versions of famous masterpieces by Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, Klimt, and Vermeer, as well as National Gallery Singapore’s famous Epic Poem of Malaya by Chua Mia Tee, restored by Us, were presented at this one cat show.
10% of the sales proceeds of each artwork contribute to supporting the Cat Welfare Society Singapore, whose work for the sake of cats touched Us profoundly.
As you know, cats hate to travel by flights, so We sent there Our humble assistant
Here is her interview to NewsAsia, the main Asian English speaking TV channel:
For those friends who didn’t attend the exhibition, here photos of all artworks showed there, created by Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat (FatCatArt):
Limited edition digital paintings – mixed media artworks which combine printing and painting, series of 8, based on the version of a Fat Cat Art piece specially created for the series (like, for example, Mona Lisa at the Mount Fuji background) :
Limited edition (series of 8) lenticular prints, looking like magic paintings from Harry Potter in real life. High-end technique allows images changing from different points of view:
Karl Bryullov, The Rider on the #Cat, limited edition lenticular print, looking like a magic painting from Harry Potter #fatcatart #art #painting #cat #zarathustralive #artporters @artporters by @fatcatart
How many cats do u see? The magic lenticular print “The Tower of Babel repaired by Cats” by Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat at the exhibition “Meows in Museums” at The Fullerton Hotel in Singapore, until 30 October #art #artporters #fatcatart #cat #meowsinmuseums by @fatcatart
And here is a report about how it was set up and the exhibition opening:
If you would like to have some of these collectible fine art works presented at the show, you can download the catalog and find all the details there.
We’ll have more shows soon, and maybe even in your country!
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat