Virtual exhibition of artists from the Federal District values artistic work and allocates part of the collection, with the sale of the works, for charity
Amid the pandemic caused by the New Coronavirus, artistic and cultural practice has proved to be important allies when it comes to minimizing the negative effects of social isolation, like depression and anxiety.
On the other hand, this is one of the sectors most affected by this global crisis, predicted to be one of the last to return to normal. Such damage raises numerous discussions, mainly in relation to the relevance given to art in society.
this line, the exhibition arises – Expon-line. Group show with 12 artists that comes into play from 23 of May at Instagram. Every day, two works by each artist will be posted on the profile @Expon_line. In the description of the images, the visitor can learn more about the trajectories of the artists.
All will be on sale, direct from the authors' hands, and those interested in purchasing will be able to bid over the 24 hours when each pair of works will be available for purchase. The highest bidder gets the screen. 10% of the amount will go to a charity.
For those who were longing to visit an art gallery, this may be the opportunity you have been waiting for. “We are experiencing a new way of experiencing art, a new way to appreciate things and this exhibition brings that ”, comments to Julimar dos Santos, show producer.
The invited artists who generously agreed to donate part of the amount collected are Toys Daniel; Derk; Guga Baygon; Hamilton; Omik; Cocoa; Kellen Klipel; Micro; Neew; Young; Nap; and Julimar dos Santos.
Expon-line acts with a way of valuing the production of the city's artists, admiration for art, in addition to enabling the acquisition of works of art and helping people in vulnerable situations.