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HCIA are the initials that represents a series of artist of renowned talent and universal fame. Their works are exhibited in the most important galleries, fairs, biennials, museums, collections and foundations of the most widely known planets. 


Hyper Conceptual Interstellar Artist brings together unbelievable visual artists, authors of works of both uncontainable and insatiable conceptual value. Their pieces stimulate the deepest reflections, allowing for an awareness of the most significant questions of our existence. Their art operates at different dimensional planes: individual, social, planetary and cosmic.  These masters apply the highly regarded theory: the small is big. They indicate the path for growth, progress and health. 


The movement has quickly caught on due to the decisive answers which it has been able to give to an ever confused and lost humanity, salvaging it from mediocrity and intellectual misery. Science, religion, economics, politics and technology flee from the new challenges. HCIA instead is a model of development which resolves the wrongs of the world, restoring art to a primary role at the most important levels: above the stratosphere, beyond the good and the bad, definitively.


The works of these artists, described as rigorously simple, can appear at times elementary, clichè, spurious, but only at first glance to the profane eye. Instead, as the descriptive texts explain, these compositions are vessels of meaning and high values which enrich and ennoble the intellect, enlightening it with amazing and wondrous dynamic connections. It has been ascertained that the works of HCIA illuminate minds, bestowing intelligence unbeknownst to millions and millions of individuals. 


'It is in the simple that the complicated is performed' as stated by german philosopher Peter Paul Bandermann. Underlying ability means to create without apparent effort,  tirelessly but with separation, at the same time, gathering crucial aspects of reality. It is often sufficient to just touch your temples, in order to understand the meaning of life and to design magnificent works of art. Another very successful technique is that of 'deep thought by holding your breath', used specifically for the creation of spatial works. 


These artists possess the mastery of investigating, analysing and synthesizing the interior phenomenon and the collectivity of man, translating these into precious aesthetic languages which penetrate the heart, the mind and the dreams of each of us. The majority of their work rarely is lukewarmly received and never negatively. They are experts in developing projects filled with an unimaginable creative tension, their works do not evoke delusion, boredom or disinterest, but thrill, intrigue, involve and arouse enthusiasm in the public and in critics, almost until the point of exhaustion, often even before having viewed their work. In some cases the public and critics feel involved even without having ever seen their pieces for the first time.


The artists of HCIA come from every area of the globe, reaching sidereal heights through their work. They develop projects which go beyond the geographic confines of their own native country in order to dress an unattainable luminescent stellar profile. Their works don't fall in line with the typical standards of good taste and major trends. These artists blindly follow their own artistic light and the global market awards them for their research and originality. It is proof of the irreversible impact that these works are having everywhere in the history of art, throughout time, in cities, countrysides, space and even beyond. 


The major exponents of the group are the Chinese Pin Pan Ban Din, the American Peter Paul Bandwin, the Turkish Peri Bandürk, the Israeli Perle Bandman, the Englishman Peter Bandson, the Russian Pieroy Bandolov, the Mexican Pablo Bandinez, the Japanese Pieroko Bandaky, the Indian Pieresh Bandar, the Italian Piero Bandoni, the Vietnamese Pòng Pang Banduyén, the Brazilian Paulo Bandos, the Frenchman Pierre Bandeau, the Polish Pawel Bandowsky, the German Paul Bandaiser.