An art group (also an art group) is an association of artists jointly creating their works. Usually a group is distinguished by a joint creative process, the collective nature of the activity and collective authorship. This group is different from an art group , an art movement or an artistic direction .
Participants in art groups often combine collective creativity with cohabitation (some groups consist of two people - spouses), joint political and social activities, and business.
Art Groups in Russian Contemporary Art
In the unofficial art of the USSR, group creativity has been actively developing since the 80s. It was then that the artists Skersis and Zakharov proposed a project for a series of joint works by Moscow artists.
- Art colony
- Collective Creativity - Art Alphabet Ed. Max Fry