Name: Professor: Course Title: Date: The Journey through Transformation It is always intriguing to excurse through an artist’s world by drawing the best possible interpretation of their work. The more effort the artist takes into expressing themselves through art can be deciphered from the experience one gets as they tour the exhibition. For Nahea art remains one of the best platforms of expressing her emotions while still inspiring other people who may be going through similar or other life difficulties. In her the exhibition The Journey through Transformation Nahea takes us through her journey when she initially takes on art to present day. The artwork focuses on her core sources of inspiration that is what she sees feels and experiences. Living as an immigrant she focuses her art on her experience as a woman and a minority in America.She perfectly draws a connection between her Asian (Korea) culture with the of school children two ladies and a man in a suit giving what appears to be a donation of food and clothes to a homeless man in an ally. From my perspective the message that she is communicating is the fact that she has had to depend on the support of a diversity of people to grow. She concluded the gallery and the exhibition with a painting of two little boys holding kites gazing into the horizon while enjoying the view of the sunset. This was a perfect wrap to an amazing journey through life from Nahea's point of view. The painting asserts the fact that she is willing to let her artwork be led by what she envisions as her core influences; what she sees feels and experiences. This definitely one of the best exhibitions that I have ever attended and I look forward to more of Nahea. [...]
Conceive of the most fully realized and successful solo exhibition/project that you an imagine doing at the present time. This is assuming that all constraints are removed. You can have as much money and support as you need, no one gets in your way, and absolutely anything is possible. You can accomplish every goal you have and you surpass your own expectations. With this in mind, write both a rave review and a horrible review. Both should be in the form of a feature article for the New York Times. Each review should be a minimum of 1000 words.