The International Museum of Post-Contemporary Art in Resistencia - Musée International d'Art Post-Contemporain en Résistance MIAPCR, is a non-governmental, non-profit international cultural movement, a traveling and virtual museum, where art responds to the reality that humanity lives in these times since 2000, the Art of the XXI Century - Post-Contemporary, Emerging and Digital Art, a total digital revolution in the means of artistic production; with technology as the vanguard of art in artistic creation and the commitment from art as resistance to the reality that humanity lives in these times, of war, famine and epidemic, highlighting the importance of fine arts as a revolutionary factor of transformation social for a world that seeks international solidarity in defense of the human dignity of peoples and peace, breaking with the traditional conservative idea of the museum as a physical space, developing a moving museum without borders in the digital age of humanity.
The International Museum of Post-Contemporary Art in Resistance - Musée International d'Art Post-Contemporain en Résistance MIAPCR adheres to the universal principles “A museum is a non-profit, permanent institution at the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, preserves, investigates, communicates and exhibits the tangible and intangible heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study and recreation. " proclaimed at the 22nd General Assembly in Vienna (Austria) on August 24, 2007, ICOM Conseil International des Musées.
The International Museum of Post-Contemporary Art in Resistance - Musée International d'Art Post-Contemporain en Résistance MIAPCR has its origins in the "Declaration of Algiers: Art in Resistance" made by the post-contemporary writer and painter Abu Faisal Sergio Tapia , on May 18, 2021 on International Museum Day, from the studios of Radio Algerie Internationale, in the Algerian capital, in a historic event for the world of people's art, in the broadcast of the Art and Culture program del Mundo, which is broadcast on Algerian radio.
The International Museum of Post-Contemporary Art in Resistencia - Musée International d'Art Post-Contemporain en Résistance MIAPCR, points out that true art cannot be contemporary, because it is timeless, it is post-contemporary art, the art of today really in a future made present, because true contemporaneity prevails, towards the new paradigm and post-contemporary language, breaking the conservative academic model of cultural institutions, and the construction of today's intellectual trends, projecting the future of the avant-garde of post-contemporary art dynamically.
Post-contemporary art is the union of art and technology and their different expressions, a true reflection of what today's society lives. The panorama shows a great diversity and includes a very heterogeneous set of artistic practices, as well as different approaches when it comes to limiting the period it covers. To understand contemporary art is to understand conflicts, realities and societies. Knowing post-contemporary art inevitably leads us to understand man in the middle of digital society.
Post-contemporary art has a sense that goes beyond temporality, and is firmly linked to assimilated concepts and contexts, made by the artists and the environment in which they are immersed. Post-contemporary works of art show a break with the traditional artistic unity, emerging as a reaction to the situation and the social historical context in which the artist is in the society of the digital age.
Today we see from the International Museum of Post-Contemporary Art in Resistance - Musée International d'Art Post-Contemporain en Résistance MIAPCR that war is not only as Goya or Picasso painted it, today the dynamics of the digital age carry images in a direct and live form of the tragedies of humanity, where the feelings of solidarity and commitment to human dignity are contrasted against the war on the part of post-contemporary artists. New materials, digital techniques and technological and industrial methods are used to create works of art. The fusion of artistic currents, the search for originality, the value of experimentation and processes, and the creation of new discourses within conceptual art, are characteristics that we see present in the vast majority of works in post-contemporary art.
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