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    Is Art the Ultimate Luxury? The British art market is one of the most powerful and influential in the world. It has gone global thanks to its collectors and dealers who have encouraged a steady supply of art into the capital. Nevertheless artists and collectors stand in a nervous balance between commercialism and creation. The rich have had a monopoly on art since the dark ages and without these rich patrons names like Turner and Holbein would be unknown. However some believe these patrons simply see art as a commodity to be sold and don’t appreciate its real value. Much of this art remains in private collections or exclusive galleries which only the upper class can afford to own or enter. The public, who could greatly benefit from art,…

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    Art was the part of the life of people from all centuries. It let people express themselves, to communicate with others, to share messages or ideas and to make life more beautiful. But art exists across history. Art has been transcending through artists until our days. It is important not only to respect world famous artists from previous centuries but also to support modern ones. Contemporary artists today have strong works, filled with beauty, deep meaning, and talent. One of them is British…

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    Essay On Art Elasticity

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    The Elasticity between an Artist and his Art An artist is his work, and thus uses the medium to express emotion and their state of being. Art is an expression of the will and feelings of the artist and thusly are subconsciously intertwined to form a beautiful blend of the material and immaterial. The argument can be made that an artist can represent himself one way through his art and contrast drastically in the real world. I firmly believe that an artist does not have to represent his true…

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    Shirin Neshat Identity

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    Identity is made up of who people are and characteristics that define them. Overtime, artists express the concept of identity through portraits, self-portraits, photography, videography and many more medias. The concept of identity is popular with many artists as it allows them to write their own story through art and to express whom they truly are and to not be trapped into whom society thinks they are. Identity is the way we perceive and express ourselves. Circumstances and factors that an…

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    Multimedia Artists Career

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    After leaving high school, finding the right career is the next step in the plan of life. When choosing a career, one should tailor it to their personality and interests. Being the creative person that I am, the careers that suit me best are multimedia artist and art teacher. Multimedia artist tend to have an easier lifestyle than most other workers do. On average, multimedia artists make more than the average worker does: Multimedia artists earned average annual salaries of $68,060,…

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    Unit 3 Art Review Essay

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    Exploring three art reviews helped construct a better understanding of the fundamental aspects that are important to persuasive arguments. All of the reviews are of work from the past year all from the Portland area. Each author cited previous art movements and artists to enhance their stance on the work of the new artist. This gives more artistic credit to the new artists work since it follows historical traditions yet finds new perspectives. The descriptive language about the physical nature…

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    Michelangelo's Pieta Essay

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    evident that the artist held a high esteem for the natural world around him. The entire painting is bathed in a warm orange light, everything is beautiful and calm, still waters and not a single sign of civilization to be seen. The Romantics largely created art as an escape to their ideal world. They didn’t see much good in their own, and what they did see frightened them. So they began to turn away. Art can have a pragmatic reason as well, such as the exchange of ideas. Ideas create a gradual…

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    Interaction In 1995, Triple J created a youth radio station dedicated to helping up and coming Australian artists have a launchpad into the music industry. I have been listening to Triple J Unearthed since 2013, discovering new upcoming Australian artists and bands. The interaction will discuss how Triple J Unearthed has exposed me to unestablished Australian artists. I have looked at what bands I have found out about through the listening service. I also looked into how the website is set up,…

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    Symbolism In Art

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    us to connect with the past. Artists present society with a plethora of viewpoints and subjects to think about and every artist has a different style. Art can be a variety of things from sculpture to painting to photography, but at what extent does art become offensive? One of the most controversial religious pieces within the art world is Andres Serrano’s, “Piss Christ," a photograph that displays a cross submerged in the artist's own urine. When first displayed in 1987 at the Stux Gallery in…

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    It is a fact that artists create, whether through written mediums, visual arts, or music, based on their experiences in life. An artist is someone making a commitment to submit their self to society, exposing themselves and being vulnerable by merging their creative energy into things of beauty and meaning, writers present a part of themselves that only they can waken into being. Within the process of creating art, an individual takes inspiration from all that they are surrounded with and a big…

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