The most sincere stories and artworks hint at human unease. Today, we cringe over Photoshop exaggerations of perfectionism. Art helps us appreciate the imperfections over an ideal. We’re all freckled and flawed and that’s endearing, it’s what connects us. Art magnifies the emotions, tears, asymmetry and roughness. We love art because it highlights the irregular, impermanent and incomplete. It’s the incidental details that sink deep into the heart, they allow us to experience true beauty and depth.
Art reminds us to be unapologetically ourselves, comfortable in our perfect imperfections.
Muebles NEW by Miguel Devia from Tachira
Fox mask by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels
Rat mask by Hanna Ilczyszyn from Brussels
senza titolo (in cielo drive) by Nicola Caredda from Milan
senza titolo (con acquasantiera) by Nicola Caredda from Milan
Comfort Zone by Martynas Pavilonis from Vilnius
Storytellers I by Roos van der Vliet from Arnhem
Storytellers II by Roos van der Vliet from Arnhem
Make Me Feel Amazing by Eleonora Arosio from Lissone
Hurts by Alba Blázquez from Madrid