Vitality and Verve III: Transforming the Urban Landscape

Hey guys, sorry for not posting for such a long time. Life has been a little rough for me right now but I’m back! I’ll try to post more often and I will soon be uploading a post of where this blog will go. But anyways, today’s focus is about Vitality and Verve III: Transforming the Urban Landscape.

Vitality and Verve III is a contemporary art exhibition that was held at Long Beach Museum of Art in collaboration with Thinkspace Projects and the support of POW! WOW! Long Beach. This is the third iteration of the collaborative art exhibition with the first one opening on 2015. Famous artists such as Audrey Kawasaki showcased their artworks in the exhibition.

I’ve been to the past two Vitality and Verve exhibitions (I will the photos of the last two exhibitions down below) and when I heard that they were opening the third one this year, I was excited to go. For me, I love contemporary art because of the diverse and dynamic art style and the themes that artists explore. And Vitality and Verve series never disappointed me with their amazing wide range of artwork from so many different talented artists. However, I was a little bummed out for this year’s exhibition. There wasn’t a lot of artwork compared to the past two exhibitions. I don’t know if it was because there was another separate exhibition being held at the same time so there wasn’t enough space. Or it could’ve been that there wasn’t enough artists to participate. Whatever the reason was, it took me less than 30 minutes to finish the exhibition. Even though this year’s was a slight disappointment, I really enjoyed looking and admiring the artistic style of each artist. Honestly, I would come again if they open another one next year just because of the talented artists.



2018 Vitality and Verve III: Transforming the Urban Landscape

2016 Vitality and Verve III: In the Third Dimension

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