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    also didn’t understand that it needed film in it, or “photo fluid” as one pointed out… The kids then had never seen film before and had no idea what to do with it. Once they figured it out most took selfies…

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    The ANPO: Art X war documentary is amazing collection of oil painting, photographs, movie clips, and contemporary art. I think it is an important tool to understand the conflict between Japanese labor unions, students, and general people vs. Japanese government and the U.S. base camps. This movie explores the ANPO Treaty and chaos created by it through the lenses of Japanese great artists, who had live experience from the conflict. I did not know much about the treaty and post WWII conflict in…

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    Art Observation Report

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    addition, art is liberating more than mystifying because when I went to the art museum in Washington D.C, the National Gallery of Art. Going into the East building where the modern art was located, seeing the huge space and objects that were in the museum was relaxing. I went to the museum with my parents and they were just looking around the art pieces in the museum as I did and enjoying their time in the museum. As we all looked to the art pieces, we observed and had our own interpretation of…

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    Matters is a short film featuring Roger Scruton, a philosopher and writer, discussing why beauty matters in art and in life. Scruton discusses what art is today, and what art used to be. He discusses multiple different art pieces that, in his eyes, changed the meaning of art. Why Beauty Matters brings the attention on to several art pieces this class has seen in lectures, as well as brings attention to very different art pieces we have never seen before. Roger Scruton stated his positions on…

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    Benjamin writes that the question of whether photography is an art is “misguided and confused.” He states that asking whether photography is art or not is the wrong question to ask because it is not whether photography is art or not, the question that should be asked is “what does photography do to/for art?”. I will discuss the concepts and ideas Benjamin uses to portray his point of what is at stake and significant regarding photography, focusing on technological reproducibility, aura, and…

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    something that has existed since the dawn of humanity. Artistic expression is an undeniable epicenter of the human identity. The arts are such a rooted part of the human identity that every society, culture, civilization, and group emulates some form of it, from pottery in Ancient Egypt to Shakespearean plays in 18th Century England. With this in mind, philosophers have attempted to answer throughout history the burning questions pertaining to this need and appreciation for the arts, to explain…

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    like showing a story and every face tells a story, that is why the world knows that the older the people are the wiser they are because without photography, you would not be able to see that wisdom. The color in photography is the one thing that is very important because color represents mood and feeling and everyone should recognize that in the photographs taken nowadays. Art is beauty. Art clearly and accurately shows the basic, built-in, or the important qualities/scent of something. Art is…

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    Joseph Minton once said, “True art captures emotions, feelings, and the energy of the object, setting or event that is being depicted. It goes far deeper than the cold, flat surface of duplication. True art has an entity of its own, it is alive, and has the ability to speak, effect, move, and convey emotions to its viewer. This is why I personally choose to paint in derivatives of expressionism.” Art is a form of expression. Art is a way in which society can express themselves and show their…

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    Artists use their own personal context and connection to their society. Barbara Kruger does this through her work “Buy Me, I’ll Change Your Life” as she confronts consumer culture, economic and social issues. Another work by Kruger “We’ve received orders not to move” this work also reflecting her societal link. The Guerilla Girls are a group of anonymous feminists that fight racism and sexism in the art world. Two of their works include, “How many works by women artists were in the Andy Warhol…

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    Die Bruke Play Analysis

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    Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Fritz Bleyl. Fritz Bleyl left the group shortly after (Die Brücke). The name, Die Brücke, was taken from writings of the philosopher Friedrich Nietszche, of whom the group greatly admired. It was to symbolize the bridge they would cross to the art of the future. Specifically, it was taken from Nietszche’s Spake Zarathustra in which the prophet Zarathustra says that “what is great in man is that he is a bridge and not a goal”. Other strong…

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