El arte es humanismo, si no fuera así, duraría lo que cualquier producto de desecho.
El arte es lo único que perdura, rebasa los decretos, las leyes, las ideologías, y no sólo perdura como forma, sino como enseñanza ética.
Los políticos desaparecen y los artistas, ya muertos, siguen haciendo política.
“Discurso De Ingreso A La Academia”
Cuadernos De Amaxac: A Fin De Cuentas, El Arte Arde En El Infierno
What a great event to attend at least once in a lifetime. Talk about geek/nerd cultures clashing into one spectacular fireworks show of paper, color, cosplay and more. I attended only the Saturday session this year and I left feeling like there was much more to do than what I had time for. Indeed, that’s the best type of conclusion to an event such as this. You don’t want to leave feeling either type of whelmed. Of course, maybe leaving “satisfied” would be the most ideal. However, with so much great stuff to do, it is an unlikely situation.
Anyway, here’s a list of a few artists/stores that I came across that deserve some distinction.
There were definitely WAY more talented artists at SDCC, this is just a small sampler. My ankles are swollen and my wallet is empty. I better get going.
Otherwise understood as: The End of the One-Trick Pony
Through “El Boomeran(g),” and written by Vicente Verdú.
“Los pintores que solo pintan, los escritores que solo escriben o los músicos que solo componen no son artistas. Puede que sean enviados de Dios o excelentes criaturas del Infierno, pero no serán artistas.”
The painters that only paint, the writers that only write or the musicians that only compose are not artists. They may be a Godsend or excellent creatures from Hell, but they are not to be thought as of artists.