The largest contemporary art festival on the survival of contemporary art.
The "Survival" theme of the Festival is the survival of contemporary art in today's society, with a program that includes a major exhibition, performance, live music, meetings and workshops. An extraordinary visual and media experiment launched by the CAM museum with more than 300 international artists exhibited on an area of 1,500 square meters to answer questions such as: What is contemporary art today? What changed after the pandemic? Does the artist still have a role in contemporary society? Is there a difference between common artistic thought and the aesthetics decided by the great world speculative art market? Has culture become a machine that produces art as a commodity to be consumed or does the concept of free art still remain to raise the spirit? Is the survival of art still possible, as we know it, in the society of capitalist commodification? Will Ikea be the future of artists not marketed by large galleries? And the museums and art galleries, will all become Happy Hour rooms in order to receive the public?