Postmodern art

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  • The Journey Of Postmodern Art

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    The Journey to Postmodern Art The field of visual art is extremely broad, therefore art historians have been attempting to categorize it based on style, time of creation, and subject matter for centuries. Much like any other sociological aspect of life, the culture and time period in which it was made has a great impact on the artist which directly influences their art. Though art is and always has been a way for someone to express themselves, limitations from certain parties took some of that experience

  • Postmodern Art and Artificial Environment Essay

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    formal qualities tied to this aesthetic .The goal of art in the post-modern standard is no longer predominantly behavioral, as it still was in the modern, but perceptive. The post-modern is the art of the artificial environment. Artists favored the readymade object as more powerful than the supposedly new crafted objects produced by Modernist artists. By willingly allowing the practice of appropriation that occurs within the production of all art, these artists pulled the power of pre-existing imagery

  • Postmodern Art And Its Impact On Modern Society

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    Postmodern art is typically anti-establishment and rebellious, the beginning of postmodern art can be found in the late 1950’s-1960’s although the term was first used around 1970. The movement differed from previous movements as it deliberately went against the rules, artists used many different disciplines within one piece of work. A core value of postmodern art is that it is for everyone and tries to be a connection between art and everyday life. Modernism triggered post-modernism, modernism

  • Renaissance Art And The Postmodern Frame

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    Art throughout history have challenged the values and attitudes of their contemporary society. With a focus on the postmodern frame, Artists have used and changed art conventions such as the Salon des Refusés and using the world as a source of ideas to create artworks. These artists include Leonardo Da Vinci from the Renaissance movement and Claude Monet from the Impressionism movement. The artist Chiharu Shiota and Lee Bul have also used the art convention Biennale and the world agent to create

  • Postmodern Art in Andy Warhol´s Silvier Liz as Cleopatra

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    forms of art had made it’s mark in history for being an influential and unique representation of various cultures and religions as well as playing a fundamental role in society. However, with the new era of postmodernism, art slowly deviated away from both the religious context it was originally created in, and apart from serving as a ritual function. Walter Benjamin, a German literary critic and philosopher during the 1900’s, strongly believed that the mass production of pieces has freed art from the

  • Postmodern Art Essay

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    Postmodern art decided to make revolutionary break with past and questioned previous theories known as “big narratives” of art, politics, economics and overall culture in order to create new theories. The big part of postmodern theory deals with the belief of preexistence of the art all around us. The artist is the one who can recognize these elements of art around as and synthesize them into the art work. This art work becomes object of interpretation which inevitably varies among different generations

  • Choose Three (3) Works of Art from Three Artists from the Baroque Period Through the Postmodern Era.

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    works of art from three artists from the Baroque period through the Postmodern era. Your three (3) works of art should come from the time periods or art movements covered in the reading from Unit 4 and Unit 5. Your choices must comply with the following criteria: •The 3 artworks chosen must be of the same style or time period. For example, you can choose one of the following suggestions: ◦3 Baroque works of art, or ◦3 Impressionist works of art, or ◦3 Abstract Expressionist works of art, etc.

  • Art Vs Old Art

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    Art is a good way for people to relax and admire the power of human creativity, a lot of pieces of art will make you agape at the beauty of it. However, old art pieces created centuries ago are starting to fall apart. Scientific studies are being conducted on each piece of art trying to figure out how exactly the artist created these masterpieces, and to possibly find a way to stop them from withering away, and to keep them around for many more centuries to come and so many more generations of people

  • Modernist Painting By Clement Greenberg

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    In his essay, “Modernist Painting” (1960), Clement Greenberg seeks to lay principles for evaluating the progression of art to modern painting. Greenberg makes a lot of evaluations and assessments about modern paintings that are credible and can be held to a high standard. Despite his best efforts, some of his assertions are shrouded in generalizations and lack the necessary premises to be established as entirely objective and affirmative. Greenberg claims that the Old Masters created space one could

  • Pepe Research Paper

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    For my final art project, I created my own version of the popular meme known as “Pepe.” Collecting rare Pepes was a famous trend that took the internet by storm. Though the trend has died down now, I wanted to make my own version to call my own. Since it would be the only one ever created, it would rank among the rarest Pepes ever created. I’ve based my Pepe on one of the first ones ever made, created by artist Matt Furie. If he hadn’t created the Pepe, my final art project would have been completely