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The 'Pretty on the Inside' Exhibit Showcases Raw and Beautiful Paintings

 - Jun 28, 2011
References: arrestedmotion & hypebeast
Seven different artists teamed up for the 'Pretty on the Inside' exhibit at the Paul Kasmin Gallery. Curated by Erik Parker and KAWS, 'Pretty on the Inside' featured their own work and that of Todd James, Tony Matelli, Joyce Pensato, Peter Saul and Karl Wirsum.

The paintings showcased in the gallery appear to be drawings and boast a rich palette of vibrant colors. The work is intended to evoke emotions within the viewer after he or she has looked at a piece for some time. A noted feature of the collection is the sculpture that appears to be made from different foods. Overall, the 'Pretty on the Inside' exhibit boasts some seriously unique and mind-altering art from a variety of skilled artists.

Implications - Consumers are going to be drawn to products with which they are able to share a feeling, emotion or sentiments. Businesses will benefit tremendously by tapping into the emotions of their clients.