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Picassos Guernica and Beckmanns Departure Art in the 19th Century Politics
Picassos Guernica and Beckmanns Departure Art in the 19th Century Politics Performing Arts Term Paper
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From two of the most famous movements during the 19th century, namely Cubism and Expressionism, artists such as Pablo Picasso and Max Beckmann had showcased the core essence of visual arts in the Modern Age.
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Art and Controversy
Art and Controversy Performing Arts Essay
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The Degenerate Art Exhibition contained Modern works of art accompanied by passages of text that derided them for their perceived degenerate value. Among the notable artists whose works were featured at the Degenerate Art Exhibition were Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse, as well as less well-known artists as Max Beckmanm and Ludwig Kirchner.
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Dance as a Form of Cultural Expression
Dance as a Form of Cultural Expression Performing Arts Essay
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 Dance is a form of art which is mostly concerned with body movement, and as a form of cultural expression is a very important tool in understanding a given culture. Bodily movement is a way in which different cultures convey their values.   
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Perceptions about Art Education from the Curators End
Perceptions about Art Education from the Curators End Performing Arts Assignment
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As the paper outlines, the curator has the responsibility of connecting with wider social circles of donors, antiquarians, patrons, collectors, corporations and the like in order to collect art. Essentially the curator can be seen as the evaluator of art employed by a collection, gallery, museum and the like in order to acquire art at optimized economic rates.
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Leonardo da Vinci - the Man Of Renaissance
Leonardo da Vinci - the Man Of Renaissance Performing Arts Essay
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“Iron rusts from disuse; water loses its purity from stagnation… even so, does inaction sap the vigor of the mind.” (Leonardo da Vinci) The name and fame of the mighty intellectual giant, who has left the long-lasting impact of his talent on all disciplines related to arts, science, philosophy and literature Leonardo da Vinci is not dependent of any introduction at all.
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In Much Ado about Nothing, what is the relationship between female power and language
In Much Ado about Nothing, what is the relationship between female power and language Performing Arts Essay
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According to the research findings in the play the relationship of men and women is more varied. It is obvious that the relationship of Hero and Claudio is major factor in the play, and it is fairly tempestuous. All liars at the end of the play are ashamed as the couples marry. The audiences are also made aware that one of the major reasons that make Claudio to marry hero is because of her fortune.
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Art, Body and Mind through the Works of Marina Abramovic
Art, Body and Mind through the Works of Marina Abramovic Performing Arts Essay
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This essay analyzes Marina Abramovic's art. The displays are defined by using physical space to reflect the conscious and unconscious of the mind and to create a space that defines what is inside, as opposed to the external and physical beauty. The works that she has done have created a different type of space for the performing arts.
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Van Gogh and Braque
Van Gogh and Braque Performing Arts Research Paper
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This paper compares two pictures of famous painters "The Church at Auvers" by Van Gogh with Braque’s "Woman with a Guitar".
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King Lear by W. Shakespeare and A Brave New World by A. Huxley
King Lear by W. Shakespeare and A Brave New World by A. Huxley Performing Arts Essay
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According to the research findings, it can, therefore, be said that King Lear, Edmund, and the Director are brought into mention with dramatic irony, while situations throughout both stories have ironic results and meanings. The spoken word throughout both also conveys irony from character to character and even situation to situation.
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The Influence of Japonism in Van Goghs Works
The Influence of Japonism in Van Gogh's Works Performing Arts Essay
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Japanese art had an important influence on the style of many European artists, including Degas, Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec and Van Gogh (Fahr-Becker 30). Van Gogh was an enthusiastic buyer of Japanese prints, most of which he acquired from the shop of a man named Bing, a Paris-based dealer who specialised in Japanese art (McQuillan 132-133).
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Appeal to the Portfolio Committee - Reflective Essay
Appeal to the Portfolio Committee - Reflective Essay Performing Arts Essay
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This essay is a sincere attempt to explain and demonstrate how I think my essays have addressed the course goals and outcomes of this course. All in all, I have written three essays which have different goals and topics. The essays were entitled “A Response”, “The Solution”, and “Reflective Essay”.
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The Anti-Aesthetic of Postmodernism: New Literary Definition or Just Critique
The Anti-Aesthetic of Postmodernism: New Literary Definition or Just Critique Performing Arts Term Paper
12 pages (3000 words) , Download 1 , Term Paper
 In his introduction to the book, Foster specifically argued that “anti-aesthetic” does not mean an emphasis of modernism’s principle of aesthetic repudiation, or an anti-art stance, but rather is a critique of the very notion of the aesthetic in its modern manifestations with pseudo-trans-historical and determinate meanings.  
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Who We Are: Manifesto of the Constructivist Group
Who We Are: Manifesto of the Constructivist Group Performing Arts Assignment
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According to the research, Rodchenko’s “Who We Are: Manifesto of the Constructivist Group” is a declaration of minimalism and functionality. His posters and journal entries are examples of this functionality and geometrical design. Rodchenko and the Constructivist Group were exactly what the Russian Revolution needed to succeed.
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History of Performing Arts
History of Performing Arts Performing Arts Assignment
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Art has evolved through time. Societal changes from the pre-historic ages to the 21st century have influenced the development of art. In this paper, two of the so many societal changes that influenced the development of art will be discussed and how these changes gave an impact to the changes in art. Art has not always been how we see it today.
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History of Theatrical Lighting
History of Theatrical Lighting Performing Arts Essay
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The researcher states that lighting in its various forms has an intrinsic emotional quality that can affect the mind of the observer long before any words are spoken. As darkness connotes mystery, brightness relays a feeling of certitude in ones surroundings and so on through a myriad of effects from limelight to fireworks and beyond.
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