Being radical is not just a point of view. Indeed, is not approaching things from a different angle always radical, after all? Beauty for beauty’s sake... Beauty is revolutionary and, as such, a sign of balance. Obviously, it can be combined with other methods. There are manifold ways to represent it, just as there are many routes that lead to beauty. Moreover, beauty is always found in the idea of formal justice. And, obviously, it can appear out of nowhere. Nobody looks for iconographic beauty: beauty is more of a suggestion. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and that is why it is so pleasing.
Jannis Kounellis is a Greek-Roman artist we admire for her work’s beauty.
A Tibetan woman is pictured: we met her in Dharamsala, India, where the Tibetan Children's Village is located. A project which our small foundation has supported from its inception.
May this be a year where beauty triumphs over the unattractiveness of our times.