The Covid-19 pandemic continues to unfold, and the one aspect of it we are getting used to is the virtuality. Nearly everything has found a virtual counterpart: online classes, work from home, online grocery shopping, virtual friendships, and so much more.
Why, then, should art be confined to physical museums?
CAM is a heart-warming virtual museum dedicated to art born during Covid. This Instagram page has over a hundred thousand admirers who wake up every morning to find new art pieces right in their feed. The impeccable artists who find features here have found inspiration in life during the pandemic. From the simplest things like missing outdoors, to more complicated concerns like world relations – this museum has a place for all. And it is not just paints that adorn the gallery; our COVID museum boasts of visual art in all its forms – paintings, illustrations, sketches, photographs – you name it.
The current time blends with surrealism to give a picture to the “surreal” we feel right now.
Miss being with your friends, with animals, among nature; miss being outside? Here’s something relatable
Tickle a funny bone – what happens to Pinocchio when he wears a mask?
Vaccination drive, NYC style.
What happens to the world when the pandemic becomes the past? Do we get tired? Or do we finally realise we are in this together? This stunning representation is so powerful.
Art has found us even when we’re confined to our homes. Beautiful things happen when the world chooses to be one, and this virtual museum is a living, breathing example.
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