Monday, October 31, 2011
"A Happy Ending" features 37 artists online
I have just seen the first online visual art exhibition I like.
'Kudos' is what I'd like to say. 'High five!'
If there's going to be a countless amount of them, well then it's nice to have some favor.
D. Beasley, Curator of Marco Polo arts mag in Atlanta, has just published an exhibition for the literary arts journal. Here is the link.
Scrolling down the page, one finds a single image by each of the 37 artists. In the sore lack of plastic construction in contemporary art, it was a welcome surprise to see many images that had traces of fine visual tactility. That's aside from a bit of kinkiness in some of the subject matter. I liked the piece Untited, by Jieun Kim: a graphite and ink on Korean paper, which created lovely echos of the feelings I have for Persian miniature painting. The theme of the exhibit is connected to the genius film titan Francois Truffaut. Nice tag! (if titled-related only).
Untitled, by Jieun Kim