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International Exhibition at the El Greco Museum, by Rosângela Vig

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Rosângela Vig is a Visual Artist and Teacher of Art History.

And so at different points along the road are the different gears, saying what they are best able to say, and in the language that is peculiarly yours. Despite, or maybe thanks to the differences between them, there was never a time when the arts came closer than they do today, a phase linked to spiritual development. (KANDINSKY, 1977, p.19)

Art has its own language; has its language so interior and full of meanings that only the soul can decode. Its nuances and shapes allow its reading to go beyond the limits of a language. It is possible to walk through the work and feel the emotions of those who made it; feel what your characters feel. for all time, since Art emerged as history, parallel to history, its concepts also built a beautiful history and part of what Culture is today. But when different cultures come together, Art is more expressive and more interesting to look at.

This can be said of the International Exhibition that will begin on 15 of August not El Greco Museum, in Greece. The show that remains until the day 30 will bring together works by seven artists from different parts of the world, allowing the gaze to walk through cultures and new languages.

Curated by Magdalena Wozniak Melissourgaki (Greece), ambassador of greece, to the Academy of Art Mondial, the show will remain for two weeks enchanting the eyes of the spectator, with works by Rosângela Vig, of Brazil; Jin Yu, da China; Éda Gyenis, from Hungary; Suzlee Ibrahim, from malaysia; Marcin Jaszczak, Poland; Olga Pelipas from Ukraine; e Lawal Suleiman Soja, from Nigeria.

The museum is open from 9 to 19 hours, allowing the gaze to be enchanted by the different visions of the world, from different cultures.

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References:

  1. FARTHING, Stephen.Tudo Sobre a Arte. Rio de Janeiro: Sextante, 2011.
  2. KANDINSKY, Wassily. Concerning the Spiritual in Art. New York: Dover Publications Inc., 1977.
  3. SCHILLER, Friedrich. A Educação Estética do Homem. São Paulo: Ed. Iluminuras, 2002.

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