Silvana Mangano

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  • Analysis Of The Institute Of Modern Art

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    conceptuality and politics has recently showcased in on of Queensland’s leading independent art gallery, the Institute of Modern Art (IMA) located in Brunswick Street, Brisbane. Artists namely: Zach Blas, Jemima Wyman, Megan Cope, Gabriella Mangano, Silvana Mangano, Archie Moor, Raquel Ormella, Keg de Souza and Tintin Wulia were commissioned and brought together to resurface political agendas exploring the relationship between art and capitalism. This exhibition, is a compendium of seven different

  • Similarities Between Bitter Rice And Rocco And His Brothers

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    Both Giuseppe De Santis’ Bitter Rice and Luchino Visconti’s Rocco and His Brothers are stories of unhappy lots attempting to escape their squalid fates by fleeing their current circumstances for the greener grass on the other side. Francesca and Walter, the runaway city thieves of Bitter Rice, look for safety amidst the grueling annual rice harvest provided by the mighty river Po, while the poor Parondi family of Rocco and His Brothers seek a new life amidst the unfamiliar urban chaos of Milan. While

  • Oedipus the King

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    The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle once identified the key ingredients of the tragedies that his culture is so famous for. These ingredients include a character with a fatal flaw, the realization of the fault for a particular problem and the final sudden reversal of fortune. For many tragedies, the fatal flaw is demonstrated as excessive pride, which usually serves as the driving force of the play’s action. It is common, even beneficial, to have pride in oneself, but when it becomes expressed

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