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Dance, music, architecture, and pantomime have an original connection with the religious rites without inclusion of theaters and museums. The prehistoric cultures from the arts are consummated through communal meaning. The true contemporary, traditional cultures allow artists to cultivate tension and resistance in achieving unified experiences. In contrast, scientists compare to artists with different interests within problems while seeking to move with subsequent problems. However, artists and scientists share concerns of similar materials while making aesthetic moments. Aesthetic moment in art includes scientific representation of the happening in her embedded meaning from the object. The thoughts of artists are embodied in objects that work and think within similar medium. Nature refers to mans habitat coupled with the culture to ensure the findings of support in nature. The culture of art amounts to prolonged and cumulative interaction between different environments. There are deep responses between art and the main connection with natural and cultural experiences.
In conclusion, the article adds that long overdue philosophy regarding contemporary art avails audiences with conceptual tools of rethinking philosophy of art criticism and contemporary art history. Realistic and naturalistic art dissembles such medium through the application of art while concealing art as a modernized element and the call for artistic
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Arguably, this is a roadmap towards a better humanity. Consequently, the social change within the society will be ideal. Moreover, there is a need to think deeply about the actions that one takes. Logically, through patience and self-discipline enables the poor Eastern cultures to work towards achieving their economic plans.
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In this essay, each of the art pieces will be analyzed individually.
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