Artist Talk Magazine: “Why Visionary Art is important for this world” by Mónica Esgueva
The term ‘Visionary Art’ was coined more than 95 years ago and defined in 1933 by Carl Gustav Jung in his seminal work: Modern Man in Search of a Soul.
Visionary art is art that transcends but includes the physical world and portrays a wider vision of awareness, including expanded modes of knowing the multi-dimensions of being. It is neither a painting of a thing or simply the absolute abstraction to a point where ideas no longer apply. Instead, the best works of this type are a marriage of both inner and outer, the real and the abstract, the surreal, the mystical, and the dreamlike…
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