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Posted on July 07, 2014 by UNITED PHOTO PRESS MAGAZINE
Expression and impression in Fine Arts
Most important expectancy in this case, The Sixth IAPAJ Art Exhibition in Japan and First IAPAJ Art Exhibition in Europe is a more refined artistic vision as a result of the world window.
This is a time when art appropriates scholars’ precepts to regurgitate spontaneous gestures of creativity.
The art, being a manifestation of language, own codes and signs that are interpreted by the public and the enrichment comes with this exchange of culture between the Continents.
The art work in motion, in short, is the chance of a multiplicity of personal interventions, but it is not amorphous invitation to indiscriminate intervention: is the invitation not necessary neither univocal to targeted intervention, to insert ourselves in a free world, however, is always the one desired by the creative artist. He offers, in short, the spectator a work over.