Conceptual art

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  • Socrates What Is Art Analysis

    What is art and why is this question important? The question seems more suited to the topic of philosophy than of art, yet that does not mean philosophy has any easy answer to this seemingly simple question. Rather, one of the consequences of studying philosophy is in the realization that the simplest questions are often the most difficult to answer. Philosophy may offer a foundation for our most treasured beliefs but it also shows us how little we actually know. The Delphic oracle declared…

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  • Piet Mondrian The Gray Tree Analysis

    brothers and one sister. As an Artist himself, bringing home the money off of his amateur art, Piet's dad, Pieter Cornelis Mondriaan Sr., saw that his child had a natural talent for drawing and painting and could give him lessons. His Uncle, Fritz Mondrian, was also an a fantastic painter and was self trained. Since he was a respectable artist, he figured out how to bring home the money inside of the business art world. He was the person who taught the Mondrian the rudiments of painting, while…

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  • Sandy Skoglund Essay

    psychological reality. Because of this difference, she starts to focus on many of the other differences found in the world. This also contributes to her development of her own art style. Surrealism is a world different from the reality world. She uses photographs, which are often believed to represent the truth, to express her art. She just wants to show that there are differences between how things look and how they often really…

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  • Bendigo Art Gallery Case Study

    Falkner. Bendigo public art gallery. Blindside gallery. - Commercial galleries need publicity to increase the amount of sales of artworks, the amount of gallery attendance. - The gallery owners can act as the publicity officer unless there is someone employed for that role. - In big art galleries there is usually a large budget to promote exhibitions, these are likely to attract large audiences. By using many resources to promote the Bendigo art gallery gets large audiences often, using their…

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  • Ornament In Ancient Art

    role from the beginning of human art history to now days perhaps to our future as well as we cannot deny its contribution as an aesthetic element to our daily life. We can find ornament through arts of primitive culture that shows how indigenous people tattoo on their skin, homes, caves stone etc. We will deal with the ornament, as a evident from the title itself. The importace of using the ornament in the artistic creation is evident especially in the era of Art Nouveau, questioning about…

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  • Analysis Of The Floor Scrappers By Gustave Caillebotte

    inches by 57.7 inches or 102 by 146.5 centimeters. In the year 1894, the Caillebotte’s family originally gave the painting to Muse du Luxembourg where in was later moved to Muse d’Orsay in Paris in the year 1986. This paper aims at doing thorough conceptual analysis on the painting named “The Floor Scrappers” by Gustave Caillebotte. The young painter Caillebotte had undergone a complete academic training in Bonnet. Therefore, he represented the perspective brought up by the alignment of the…

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  • Record Analysis Essay

    When considering the theoretical baselines of this module, I decided to look within myself, and consider what in my life embodies these ideas and concepts. Put mildly, I am a dance music fanatic. I perform regularly in Exeter as a DJ and when sifting through my record collection, I came across a record that really speaks to me personally, and in many ways, has a universal allure. The record was released on a German record label named Innervisions, and is called Acamar, written by a duo called…

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  • Delusionalism

    greatness in creating and sublimity in consuming remains as the spirit in every civilization for an aesthetic end. Even in its presence and even in its absence aesthetic realm can be considered the core aspect to delve into in all the creative works. An art is in itself a phantom of a spirit in an effort to affirm. Sometimes to forbear and sometimes to fore last, the outer and inner stimulus…

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  • S. O. S Starification Object Series Analysis

    feminist art movement emerged around the late 1960s. Feminist artists sought after a different world and wanted to change it with their art. The feminist art movement changed woman stereotypes and influenced cultural outlooks. They combined multiple aspects and various medias such as: video art, conceptual art and body art. Feminist artists also opened doors and created opportunities that did not previously exist to minorities and woman artists. It paved a path for identity art and activist art.…

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  • Four Darks In Red Analysis

    The world of artistry is wrought with misinformation and misdirection. Some would have you believe that art is hard and takes years of practice to master. However, those people are wrong, and you should feel bad for believing them. While the actual skills involved in painting might require some expertise, you don’t really need to be good at it to be an artist. One of the finest pieces of “abstract expressionism” is literally just four, dark lines on a red background (seriously, it’s called Four…

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