I went to the office early Sunday morning. I just opened my eyes. Since it's spring, I brought the country bread and butter that I bought in advance from the local bakery after checking whether the lavender and pansy planted in the pot are growing well.
Turn on the music lightly and sit down, and scribble. And I think about what I couldn't finish yesterday and what I want to do today. The file upload is being delayed due to the sudden increase of the artists' works in the warehouse, but the staff's work is not my way. Should I push him? Or do I have to explain it step by step by step by step? My mind goes back and forth dozens of times a day.
By the way, there is no way to control the excitement of preparing for the exhibition and making materials for Frederic Brully Bouabre (1923-2014). A story about the author was posted on Medium a while ago. He is a historical figure who is a Beth language creator and painter of the Ivory Coast. He is known worldwide for participating in countless essential exhibitions, such as the Venice Biennale and Kasel Documenta. The artist is already dead, but it's not easy to come across such a great person, but he's connected very closely with his family. It was at an art fair in New York last year that I got to know the artist. I just liked the work and became interested in it, but just in time, a large-scale exhibition was being held in Moma. After forgetting about it, his family foundation contacted him first. He said he was constantly watching activity information on ART NYC online, adding that they wanted to be with a place where he could adequately promote his father's work. ART NYC pushed for the purchase of works and decided to approach them with a long-term plan. Many thesis materials already study the various perspectives and characteristics between written and visual languages in Frederic Brulie Buabre's work. Still, we are trying to produce more research materials in the future. As he continued to verify the value of the work through regular seminars, academic research, and exhibitions, he decided to hold an art museum-level show by bringing together his old relics and trivial records that were not easy to obtain. The artist has so many children that his sons want to see his father's work on display more than anyone else. The project will cost much money and time, but the future has already been decided. ART NYC will do this.
Like this, opportunities come by chance.
It has been raining in New York since last night. I love the clean air and the street. When I wake up in the morning, I always read books, do yoga, and try to soothe my mind, but on a day when I wake up so early, I can't help but think of new things to do even after reading a few pages of news. Within two hours of waking up, there was a seminar to participate in.