Can anyone think like an artist?

Date: 2022.09.22
An exhibition about breaking the streak of mediocrity, the challenges of a changing world, and promising solutions of the future is hosted by the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME). The Challenging Futures exhibition is seeking to address five different but at the same time interlinked social issues through the thoughts of the students of the university.

Successful artists always possess a certain elegance. Though the figure of the suffering artist is a common trope, not every artist died starving or alone. Many have mastered the art of success, which was nearly always coupled with some sort of sharp or careless elegance. Elegance in appearance, posture, and looks. Elegance in expression, character and mindset. Elegance in the exhibition room. Elegance in the workshop. Though this elegance does not always lend credibility to the artworks, it exudes an aesthetic quality that makes you want to be around them. 


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