C-Collection's latest addition by outstanding German painter Sador Weinsčlucker - please vote!
In front of the large-scale paintings by German painter Sador Weinsčlucker, the viewer himself becomes the voyeur. He observes the relationship between two people, the smallest entity of social life that is - despite all psychological studies and philosophical writings...
C-Collection wishes you a delightful Christmas season and a Happy New Year!
With Christmas just around the corner, we would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest thanks for your tremendous support and your interest in our work over the past 12 months. We are looking forward to promoting and fostering creativity further in 2014 and wish you a pleasant Christmas season and furthermore a very Happy New Year.
C-Collection is proud to present the uniquely perceptive work by Carsten Sander - please vote!
The remarkable German photographer Carsten Sander minimizes visual distraction through the use of a simple backdrop and brings out the essence of the sitter by capturing neutral facial expressions. In this reduced setting conformity creates individuality. As a result, the viewer sees faces that transmit more than a social standing.
C-Collection introduces the strong symbolism by Talia Link - take part in the voting!
Israeli multi-media artist Talia Link created her digital collages depicting seven portraits of women equipped with symbols associated with various cultures, nationalities, religions, images and brands. Her message is multilayered and essential to the representation of women in culture today.
C-Collection is glad to foster the meditational work by Aziz & Cucher - please vote!
The US-American artists Anthony Aziz and Sammy Cucher have been working as a collaborative team since 1991. Their work combines photography, digital imaging, sculpture and video installation. “Time of The Empress” casts a meditational glance at historical cycles of growth and decay, destruction and renewal, as it also implies the impermanence of the present. This is the version commissioned and owned by C-Collection. The piece was inspired by an encounter with ruined buildings in Sarajevo and Mostar (Bosnia) and was further inspired by a passage from the "Memoirs of Hadrian" by Marguerite Yourcenar.
C-Collection presents the remarkable focus by Claudiu Ciobanu - please vote!
Young exceptional Romanian artist Claudiu Ciobanu focuses on trivia of every-day life. While a city is often associated with a large population, noise and dirt, his paintings referring to urban space do not show any of that. The cars' noisy engines have been turned off and most of the people have disappeared from the streets. The image is more than a statement; it can be read as a documentary on urban life from a different point of view.
The new C-Collection - visit our redesigned website and test the optimised features!

The only constant in life is change, and now the time has come to give a new face to the standards and quality that have been the very essence of C-Collection from the start. Today, we are delighted to present the new C-Collection and invite you to visit our redesigned website.

The most important new features at a glance:


  • Optimized performance for viewing on mobile devices
  • Simplified navigation
  • Clearly structured information
  • CVs and artworks are now grouped into artist profiles
  • Increased upload capacity for registered submission users
  • Dedicated video platform: no more DIY converting to submit your video
  • Streamlined content and graphics
  • Stay posted for up-to-date news and talented artists in 2013

Naturally, we still encourage you to let the artists and us know what you think of the artworks. Simply participate in our voting by clicking this link or use your email address to log in on our website c-collection.org. Thank you very much.


C-Collection wishes you a delightful Christmas time and a Happy New Year!
2012 has been another successful year for us, a result we could not have accomplished without you and our community. Thank you for your interest in our work. We are looking forward to fostering and promoting creativity further in 2013 and will have more interesting news for you very soon. We wish you a peaceful Christmas and a Happy New Year.
C-Collection introduces a further controversial work by Anupong Chantorn - please vote!
The promising Thai artist Anupong Chantorn raises questions about ideas concerning what defines a monk as good, deserving of respect or as an evil spirit resulting from bad karma. Monks with less than perfect behavior regularly make headline news. The young artist is considered one of the most controversial artists in Thailand. His paintings and drawings examine Buddhist beliefs in Thai society while unearthing what he believes are misconceptions of Buddhist traditions and principles of honesty.
C-Collection presents dynamic shapes by Pichit Sonkom - take part in the voting!
In his work Thai artist Pichit Sonkom combines traditions such as the myths of the Nagas with elements of everyday life. Inspired by machines that were once built for a specific purpose, he takes over the object the moment it has lost its former function. The metal pieces, reminiscent of spokes of a bicycle, can be associated with movement and acceleration – but regardless of the many references the sculptures may contain, they serve no purpose other than the principles of l'art pour l'art.