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  • Black Arts Movement

    Leaders of the Black Arts Movement believed that in order for change to occur, African-Americans would need to stand up for themselves and create a separate Black culture. Larry Neal explores this objective in depth, in his piece, The Black Arts Movement. Gil Scott-Heron further promotes the message in his famous poem, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised. As evidenced in both of these works, Black culture would need to overtake White culture in order to overturn the oppressive society of the time. The importance of nationhood empowered the African-American community to attempt to destroy White culture and create their own Black culture. At the time, many thought that there were two separate spirits in America, a Black spirit and a White…

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  • Impressionist Art Movement

    During the 19th and 20th centuries, there were various distinct art movements in Europe. During the 1870s, the impressionist art movement came to life. Artists such as Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, and Gustave Caillebotte were all part of this movement. Following, was the expressionist art movement which took place during the beginning of the 1900s. This was a time of emotional and spiritual vision of the world through paintings. Toward the end of the era came cubism, also around the early 1900s.…

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  • Female Art Movement

    movement continued, and men were introduced to new ideas that influenced them to rethink or understand the problem women faced. “I think artists transgress all boundaries and should not be segregated according to the comfortable academic riches supplies by curators, let alone by society. Man, woman, black, white… every artist is something”(From 1971: 8 artists reply).The idea of all artists must have the same worth, regarding their physical features. Their art is what creates them as a person,…

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  • The Arts And Crafts Movement

    Chapter 2 – The Arts and Crafts Movement The Arts and Crafts Movement of the second half of the 19th century was an English aesthetic movement that started an appreciation of decorative arts throughout Europe. It is difficult to say what exactly can be described as ‘Arts and Crafts’ as the craftsmen and women associated with the movement were working within a spectrum of crafts; as architects, printers, painters, sculptors and jewellers. The revival of Arts and Crafts in the second half of the…

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  • The Modern Art Movement: The Classical Realism Movement

    Classical realism is a theory of universal relations that was established around the late 18th century to the early19th century. This art movement is generally considered to be the beginning of modern movement in art since it excluded many literature and other forms of traditional art. The classical realism work was drawn from the ideas of contemporary arts such as western, beauty, and antique models. Also, numerous of the works were subjected from history, legend and mythology beliefs. Many of…

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  • Modern Art Movement

    During the movement of Modern art, it greatly reflected upon renaissance inspired academic art. It also embraced abstraction to realism, romanticism, and symbolism. Also, the effect of Impressionism developed during this time. Artists began to make art regarding people, places, or ideas that interested them. During this time, it was stressed that art mattered, to everyone. Everything about the art, how it was made, the subject matter and much more was so very important. Whereas the people…

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  • Modernist Art Movement

    poverty, a lot of crime and illegal actions that makes you scared and want to move back home. This is exactly what many soldiers experienced when being recruited to join the military force. This was one of the biggest problems that occurred during War World I and has left a legacy and impact on our Modern society. Due to the influential change that the movement of modernist…

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  • Pre-Meditated Art In The Dada Movement

    Anti- Bourgeoisie Aesthetics and the Rejection of Pre-Meditated Art in the Dada Movement: An Art Analysis of “Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged according to the Laws of Chance)” (1917) and “Leaves and Navels” (1929) by Hans Arp This art analysis will define the fundamental modes of artistic production and aesthetics in the Dada Movement that opposed bourgeoisie art and the elements of pre-meditated art production in “Untitled (Collage with Squares Arranged according to the Laws of…

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  • The Pop Art Movement

    Pop Art can be defined as art based on modern popular culture and the mass media. Pop Art began in Britain during the mid-1950s and in the United States during the late 1950s. Pop Art was used as a reintroduction period for mass media. During the Pop Art Movement, research shows that there was controversial comparison with Abstract Expressionist. Reaching its highest point during the 1960s, the themes of this movement became classical history, mythology, morality, and even pop artist. These…

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  • William Morris: Arts And Crafts Movement

    William Morris was an English painter, designer fabrics and furniture, book designer, a developer of typographic fonts, poet and socialist. He was behind the concept of synthesis, the key concept of the new art. Morris was the founder of the "Arts and Crafts Movement," which took shape as an artistic style in the second half of the 19th century. All participants in the movement united in the belief that artistically designed human environment - pleasing to the eye of the building, artfully…

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