What is CCFAF?

This is an art work consisting in a trading card game of 700 different cards with portraits of some the most 'famous' artists in the contemporary fine art world. The cards can be sorted in three volumnes exclusively designed for this project. The second volume is dedicated to the Venice Biennale 2015.

Every card has been printed in an edition of 1000. Cards are acquired in seal envelops including five cards each one. The goal of the project is to give a wider range of people the opportunity to have an art work wished by many and also created by itself. Generate interest to more people in the Contemporary Art and who is behind it.

About CCFAF

During my childhood, there was nothing more exciting than collecting and trading cards of famous Mexican wrestling figures. Each week, as soon as I got my allowance, I ran to the corner store to buy them, driven not just by the fervour for my heroes, but also by a kind of urge to fill the card album and attain hero status among my friends. In 2002, when I started my career as a visual artist, I realized many adults I met still shared the same childlike fascination with heroes, for heroes pervade all ages and social spheres, including that of the art world.

While trading cards generates a sense of community among those who share the same passion for collectibles, it also contributes to the popularity of a given figure. My art project appropriates and transfers such mechanisms to the realm of the art world. Why? One of the main reasons for choosing this format is its participatory structure. Here, the limited edition cards featuring small reproductions of artists amount to thousands of small and affordable art pieces that cannot be the property of one, two or ten individuals, but of hundreds, if not thousands who thus generate a secondary market. So speculation becomes not a matter of a few individuals, but rather of a democratic mass. However, there are only 50 complete collections out there. Thus while they remain an object of desire, they can be obtained regardless of income, social standing, art knowledge, ethnicity, etc.

 Venice Biennale 2015 Special Edition

I'm dedicating the second volume of the CCFAF to the Venice Biennale 2015. It consist of 138 cards, 137 artists and 1 curator (Okwui Enwezor), and a special album to collect them. TheVenice Biennale is one of the most important events in the contemporaty art world and from my point of view it worths any people know the artists and the significance of thier works in the frame of this event. During last years the focus of my efforts are going to the education of the people in the contemporary art as a base of the democratization of the art world tha's why I'm offering this project to the world.

In Business

2005

Cards

700

Cards Collectors

180

Art events

10

CARDS ==> [Volume I] / [Volume II Venice Biennale 2015]

CCFAF Volume I click here to see the complete album collection Volume I (306 Cards)

CCFAF Venice Biennale 2015 Special Edition consist of 138 cards and a special album to collect. Please see down below.

  • Complete list of cards - Venice Biennale 2015 Special Edition
1. 400. ABBOUD,JumanaEmil
2. 401. ABDESSEMED, Adel
3. 402. ABONNENC, Mathieu Kleyebe
4. 403. ABOUNADDARA
5. 404. ACHOUR, Boris
6. 405. ADKINS, Terry
7. 406. AFIF, Saâdane
8. 407. AKERMAN, Chantal
9. 408. AKOMFRAH, John
10. 409. AKPOKIERE, Karo
11. 410. AL SOLH, Mounira
12. 411. ALGÜN RINGBORG, Meriç
13. 412. ALLORA, & CALZADILLA
14. 167.Kutlug Ataman
15. 413. BAJEVIC, Maja
16. 414. BALLESTEROS, Ernesto
17. 415. BALOJI, Sammy
18. 416. BARBA, Rosa
19. 92. Georg Baselitz
20. 417. BASUALDO, Eduardo
21. 418. BAUER, Petra
22. 419. BESHTY, Walead
23. 420. BHABHA, Huma
24. 41. Christian Bolstanski
25. 202. Monica Bonvicini
26. 421. BOYCE, Sonia
27. 422. BOYD, Daniel
28. 423. BREY, Ricardo
29. 424. BROODTHAERS, Marcel
30. 425. BRUGUERA, Tania
32. 427. CALHOUN, & McCORMICK
33. 428. CAO, Fei
34. 429. CHAMEKH, Nidhal
35. 430. CHERNYSHEVA, Olga
36. 431. CHUNG, Tiffany
37. 432. COOP. CRÃTER INVERTIDO
38. 433. CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT
39. 434. DAMIANI, Elena
40. 435. DELLER, Jeremy
41. 436. DJORDAJDZE, Thea
42. 188. Marlene Dumas
43. 437. E-FLUX JOURNAL
44. 438. EDWARDS, Melvin
45. 439. EFFLATOUN, Inji
46. 440. EHMANN & FAROCKI
47. 441. EICHHORN, Maria
48. 442. EVANS, Walker
49. 443. FAROCKI, Harun
50. 444. FLOYD, Emily
51. 445. FRIEDL, Peter
52. 446. FUSCO, Coco
53. 447. FUSINATO, Marco
54. 448. GAINES, Charles
55. 74. Ellen Gallagher
56. 449. GALLARDO, Ana
57. 450. GARCIA, Dora
58. 451. GATES, Theaster
59. 452. GENZKEN, Isa
60. 453. GLUKLYA
61. 454. GOMES, Sõnia
62. 164. Katharina Grosse
63. 455. GULF LABOR
64. 8. Andreas Gursky
65. 113. Hans Haacke
66. 456. HADJITHOMAS & JOREIGE
67. 457. HARRY, Newell
68. 458. HASSAN, Kay
69. 274. Thomas Hirschhorn
70. 34. Carsten Hoeller
71. 459. HOLT & SMITHSON
72. 460. IM, Heung Soon
73. 461. INVISIBLE BORDERS
74. 462. ISHIDA, Tetsuya
75. 463. JI, Dachun
76. 124. JULIEN, Isaac
77. 464. K., Hiwa
78. 465. KAMBALU, Samson
79. 466. KIM, Ayoung
80. 467. KLUGE, Alexander
81. 468. KNGWARREYE, Emily Kam
82. 469. LAGOMARSINO, Runo
83. 470. LEBER & CHESWORTH
84. 471. LIGON, Glenn
85. 472. MABUNDA, Gonçalo
86. 473. MADHUSUDHANAN
87. 474. MAHAMA, Ibrahim
88. 475. MALJKOVIC, David
89. 476. MAN, Victor
90. 477. MANSARAY, Abu Bakarr
91. 478. MARKER, Chris
92. 479. MARSHALL, Kerry James
93. 480. MARTEN, Helen
94. 481. MAURI, Fabio
95. 267. McQUEEN, Steve
96. 482. MOHAIEMEN, Naeem
97. 483. MORAN, Jason
98. 484. MÜLLER, Ivana
99. 485. MUNROE, Lavar
100. 486. MURILLO, Oscar
101. 487. MUTU, Wangechi
102. 488. NAM, Hwayeon
103. 30. NAUMAN, Bruce
104. 489. NDIAYE, Cheikh
105. 490. NICOLAI, Olaf
106. 40. OFILI, Chris
107. 491. OGBOH, Emeka
108. 222. PARRENO, Philippe
109. 492. PASCALI, Pino
110. 1. PIPER, Adrian
111. 493. PONIFASIO, Lemi
112. 494. QIU, Zhijie
113. 495. RAISSNIA, Raha
114. 496. RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE
115. 497. REYNAUD-DEWAR, Lili
116. 498. RIDNYI, Mykola
117. 499. ROBERTS, Liisa
118. 500. ROTTENBERG, Mika
119. 501. SCHÖNFELDT, Joachim
120. 502. SELMANI, Massinissa
121. 503. SENGHOR, Fatou Kand&etilde;
122. 504. SHETTY & GUPTE
123. 505. SIBONY, Gedi
124. 506. SIMMONS, Gary
125. 507. SIMON, Taryn
126. 508. SIMPSON, Lorna
127. 509. SMITHSON, Robert
128. 510. SUBOTZKY, Mikhael
129. 511. SUHAIL, Mariam
130. 512. SZE, Sarah
131. 513. THE PROPELLER GROUP
132. 514. the TOMORROW
133. 240. TIRAVANIJA, Rirkrit
134. 515. TOGUO, Barth˜l˜my
135. 516. XU, Bing
136. 517. YOUNIS, Ala
137. 62. DHAdmann
138. 518. Okwui Enwezor

CCFAF Venice Biennale 2015 Special Edition Cards Packages

All cards are for free, All money entries will support the education of children who live in poor communities in Latinoamerica.

5 Pack Cards / FREE / no signed

Album+5 Packs Cards

55€

1 Album (lim. edition of 2000)/ signed

5 Pack Cards / FREE / signed

1 DHAdmann Card (lim ed. of 1000)/ signed

5 € donation for children in LA

10 Packs Cards+Art-Present

35 €

10 Pack Cards / FREE / signed

1 different special edition card/ signed

1 Different Art-Present with min. value of 40 €

3 € donation for children in LA

Album+20 Packs Cards

95€

1 Album (lim. edition of 2000)/ signed

20 Pack Cards / FREE / signed

1 DHAdmann Card (lim ed. of 1000)/ signed

15 € donation for children in LA

About DHAdmann

"Education is also am art form" [J.Beuys]

@dhadmann David is a New Media Artist based in Berlin, Germany. He was selected in 2005 as one of the most influential electronic artists in Mexico. His work has been shown in Museums around the world including Conde Duque in Madrid, Arte Alameda in Mexico, as well as numerous international art fairs including Art Forum, Paris FIAC, Scope London, Scope NYC.

Trained as a computer engineer, David also earned a Ms. Degree in Marketing in 1998 and a MFA in 2003. Prior to working on his art projects, David had a successful career as an IT consultant working for large corporations including: Gillette, House of Fuller, TELMEX, Glaxo Smith Klein, Baxter, FCEDE, and Artfacts.Net.

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