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“Fingers Paint” is the inaugural exhibition effort by Central Curators. Pitched to attract artists of various ages, backgrounds, and professional stratospheres, the conceptual catch-all “Fingers Paint” aims to question the value and place of “finger-paintings” as an immediate, expressive, and age-old art form. All submitted works that interpreted the meaning of “finger-painting” were accepted. As the first exhibition by Central Curators, the installation is also somehow youthful. Works on paper are hung with tacks, mischievously dotting floorboards and ceilings. Works made by the curatorial team frame the architecture of the gallery, referencing these participant’s organizational positions. Outside submitted works are hung centrally on opposing walls. Some works are too high to see well, making one squint and at least physically (if not mentally) look harder at “finger-paintings.”
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