Apoyando el arte #274 – Supporting art #274
Bienvenidos a nuestro reporte de curación número 274
Creemos que el mayor valor que podemos aportar a Steem y Steemit no solo radica en la curación de contenido (votar artículos) sino en la curación social, es decir, la curación que se sirve de la crítica constructiva y la educación por medio del comentario para agregar valor al aporte del autor, la unificación de éstos dos conceptos (curación de contenido + curación social) nos permitirá lograr mejores resultados a mediano y largo plazo con respecto a la calidad del contenido en Steem.
Realizamos curaduría de artículos en Español e Ingles de las siguientes categorías:
- Artes plásticas, visuales y escénicas
A continuación les presentamos los artículos votados entre el 09 y 10/08/2019
Los artículos publicados en este post no nos pertenecen, el único fin es publicitar el contenido y rendir cuentas de nuestras curaciones.
Welcome to our curation report number 274
We believe that the greatest value we can bring to Steem and Steemit is not only in the curation of content (voting articles) but in the social curatorship, the curatorship that employs constructive criticism and education through the comments to add value to the contribution of the author, the unification of these two concepts (content curation + social curation) will allow us to achieve better results in the medium and long term regarding the quality of the content on Steem.
We are currently curing content in Spanish and English from the following categories:
- Plastic, visual and performing arts
Down below we present the articles upvoted between 09 & 10/08/2019
The articles published in this post do not belong to us, the only purpose is to publicize the content and give an account of our curations.
The preservation of the environment must not be a requirement but a responsibility and you join in this great task, which many have thrown on themselves for the continuity and health of the ecosystem. A publication that contributes a great deal and makes us see that having green spaces will always be the best thing for the planet. @historiasamorlez
A serious poem and, at the same time, a certain amount of breath, even if you don’t know where it is flowing. I like very much the nuclear image, the image of the leaf, and others around it, like the one expressed in the verse «by the slow rivers of consciousness». Wilde’s epigraph expresses an irrefutable truth; a not exactly romantic vision, I would say, rather sweetened, of dreams, has turned them into a kind of «pink and celestial flight», ignorance of the terrible thing that informs us. @josemalavem
A post that gives us one of the attractions (beyond its usefulness) mechanical inventions of the human being. Thank you for your modest and illustrative research. That final image is very good: «it’s a charming way to have the sky for yourself». @josemalavem
I only know of Istanbul from historical-cultural and fictional texts, such as Orhan Pamuk’s novel of the same name, which I loved when I read it several years ago. Your tour, although it reproduces the haste of a commercial tour (a somewhat ironic good resource), provides us with excellent photographs of that wonderful city, which I wish I could get to know someday. The presence of the mosques with their minarets, and the obelisks impress: But, anyway, we are attracted by that view of solitary buildings, commercial streets, and that port inhabited by passing seagulls. @josemalavem
A good poem and an excellent photo to talk about verticality: of the tree (which Rubén Darío said he barely feels, but many times more expressive than certain inhabitants) firm despite the years, of the temple of Santa Inés in his faith, of the city that resists dying… I liked that perspective and framing, with the chiaroscuro effects. @josemalavem
A well-developed graphite drawing, with well-defined strokes and perfectly located shadows, which make the expressions of clothing look even more real. @historiasamorlez
Pretty and very graceful, as always, @marpa. Giving colored life to things is an almost divine task, as an artist like you knows how to do. Thank you for your motivating work. @josemalavem
A monochromatic photograph that makes that sunset look as if it were apocalyptic, because of the cold and dark colors. Excellent shot at a distance and the editing is very professional. @historiasamorlez
Incredible photographic editions of really excellent shots. The sea as a background or a clear sky, contribute much to the focus of the main element. The zoom of the images also highlighted them. @historiasamorlez
Great photographs accompanying such perfect paintings. It is a great job to portray places with such architectural beauty and that represent both art and culture. @historiasamorlez