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Developments in the field of Art and Architecture emerged from the Classical to the Modern.
There is indeed a clash within the academe as to how art and architecture must be assessed in the same respect to that of the general public or the viewers who have been hostile and unreceptive, in most cases, to the new form and standards of art and architecture that emerged and presented by the artists and innovators themselves. This is the condition that shows why Art Historians are busy rewriting art history. This is applicable to Lego since the said toy became a method in artistic production which will be discussed on the latter part of the dissertation.
In this paper, there is an investigative, critical and synthetic approach and analysis as to how the Lego art and architecture, the external influences to the concept of construction, and the development of the style throughout time, in all aspects reflect the status and condition of Modern Art and Architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright will be dealt with in this paper as well since he is one the well-known architects that formulated new designs and conventions in terms of architecture.
There will be an assessment of the modes of artistic production, specifically on the conception of form, the conventions of the work of art, the aesthetic appeal, the social context and observe clearly what are the difference and similarities among the three and the possible influence of one to the other. Also, the dissertation will try to investigate further the ambivalent connections of the aforementioned stylistic concepts.
In achieving a cohesive and synthetic assessment of the matters that pertain to the subject being tackled, there will be a thorough deliberation of the relation of the aforementioned topics to its social, cultural, political, and economic contexts. Inevitably, these contexts provide a crucial playing field for the flourish and failures that art and architecture faced
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Pop art is a movement within the art world that exploded in Great Britain in the 1950s and in the US in the early 1960s, through the work of such artists as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and others. It drew on the mass-produced methods and content of advertising, industrial production and related economic processes.
Fine art, on the other hand, is a product of this lived experience, therefore, according to Berger, fine art speaks to the audience more than commercial art does. While Berger does have a point, in that the meaning of commercial art does not come from lived experience or from the heart and soul of an individual artist, and its purpose may see crass to some, commercial art actually has the ability to speak to the audience moreso then fine art does.
eller in the market is known as the monopolist who is known to be the price maker enjoying complete control over the process of supplying commodities to the market (Armentano, 1978).
The case which is being concentrated in this research paper is of the potato chips company
In recent days, this is not the case. In Chicago, Illinois for that case, traveler trains use union station and three other terminals, whereas the city’s union station caters for intercity journey. In North America a part conglomerate whose shares are owned by dissimilar railways which use it, so that the prices and profits of its operations are divided equally.
The paper explores Jackson Pollock and his art. Pollock challenged the traditional use of easel and brush and instead manipulated his paintings with sticks, trowels and knives—without touching the surface of the canvas. His signature technique made him a commanding figure in 20th century art. He was the greatest living American artist in 1951.
efine visual art as an artist’s outcome, be it an image, photograph, painting or sculpture, among other art forms, which depicts creative and technical expertise and evokes visual pleasure, imaginative curiosity, intellectual interest, and soulful contemplation on the
The first element that will be discussed is form which mostly corresponds to the perceived volume. Thus, in spite of the fact that the movie is shown in two dimensions, it reflects the real three dimensional life. Speaking of the value, more
In this respect, art has a connection with a number of discipline/subjects. It implies that the world of education revolves around art. Indeed, every discipline, be it mathematics or science, incorporates some aspects of art in its study, research and
ng profession in 1950s as a commercial illustrator in New York, Warhol became prominent globally for his work as a fine artist, a futuristic filmmaker, a painter, an author, a record producer, and a public figure. He is as well known for his presence in frantically various