Street art is any form of visual art created and strategically located in public spaces to pass specific messages. The various types of arts in the streets include graffiti, sticker arts, sculptures and wheat pasted posters among many others. The streets of Berlin have numerous forms of art. Arts in the streets of Berlin are an integral aspect of the city.
As the paper highlights the new beliefs introduced in the Renaissance period offered escapism from the religious roots of art and eventually led to the development of art method that was rich in emotion and drama. There are many explanations and theories, with each one having its own rebuttal, thus, leaving room for a lot of creative thinking indeed.
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According to the report Cameron uses his characteristic style of realism where the characters come to life. He also concentrates on creating a story line that most people can identify with. His decision to direct and produce this film was inspired by an actual event that had happened almost a hundred years ago.
According to the report many people who witnessed the horrific scenes still remember with horror, the untold suffering among civilians, mainly characterized by abductions and extrajudicial executions. One way of ensuring that such scenes do not occur again is ensure that the memories are engraved in the society, as a way of resistance.
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Street art is an art with more specificity on the visual art that is developed in public spaces such as streets, although the term always refers to unsanctioned art, as opposed to the government sponsored initiatives. Street art also includes traditional wheat-pasting, graffiti artwork, sculpture, sticker art, street installations, stencil graffiti, video projection, etc.
This paper analyzes the artworks of Andy Warhol and Vincent Van Gogh. Vincent van Gogh was a Dutch and post-impressionist artist, who extended his ideas from the principles of impressionism and created his own manner of “brilliant colors and thick, swirling brushstrokes. His artworks were also an evidence to the impact made by Jean-Francois Millet.
This essay gives a detailed information about the art of Frida Kahlo. Kahlo was victim to a tragic accident early in her life which sentenced her to a life of pain and suffering. Additionally, she was married to Diego Rivera, which inspired an enormous amount of the emotion felt in her work. Kahlo depicts in shocking detail, a portrait of her physical pain.
This essay explores Chinese Art and analyzes Chinese Painting. Chinese were more concerned with preserving their heritage. European paintings were predominantly affected by the events at a particular point in time and therefore different eras had different themes in paintings. The themes went from politics to paintings of nude women.
This essay analyzes Paintings and allusions in English Patients. The plot involves a small Italian villa which is “living out the end” of the World War II and has somehow managed to survive the wrath of a war torn planet. The author’s representation of a unique connection between disasters in the human history and the atomic bomb explosions.
This essay discovers Stuart Davis's Hotel de France. The painter painted the painting in a way on how he expresses his ideas about them. The painting is a picture of a four-storey building of a hotel named, Hotel de France. On the left side of the painting are some other side parts of buildings, in front of the Hotel de France building are a public.
This essay explores The Evolution of wall painting. While the tools used changed from stones, crudely fashioned chisels and charcoal to the actual paints used nowadays, the purpose has not changed, which is - enhancing a beautiful appeal. There has been a shift in trends of wall painting. Studies indicate that the oldest painting is founded in France.
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889-1946) was born Britain and more specifically in London where he attended the Slade School and associated himself with a notorious gang called coster gang. This was a group of students considered as iconoclastic. Nevinson was only 25 years old when the First World War broke.
This essay discovers Frida Kahlo and her artwork. Her physicians were certain she’d never walk again but she fought against this prediction and eventually was able to walk again. Kahlo’s introduction to the art world was thus initiated by her mother, who presented her with her first art set and assisted in having a mirror installed in the canopy.
The film new boy begins with a closer up shot of the young black boy. This is an establishing shot revealing just enough details to help create the mood in the movie. A close up shot reveals just enough details to develop an understanding of the immediate surrounding.
One Missed Call directed by Takashi Miike belongs to the new genre of Japanese films known as “J-Horror”. It follows the pattern of many films that belong to this genre where an apparently innocent piece of technology turns out to be an evil force. In One Missed Call, the frightful object is the cell phone.
Innovations in the study of light and photography, for example, changed the way that people viewed images, and artists began to experiment with impressionism as a way of capturing the interplay of light and shade in a fresh, new way. Somewhat in contradiction to these new developments, there was in the UK and France a number of academies.
This essay focuses on the abstract painting by Pollock, Newman, Rothko and explores the ways that late modernist abstract painting has been theorised. These paintings seek to convey an emotional context that remains separate from any kind of recognizable subject. This is done through the artful use of color and form as they interact with or are a part.
Both romanticism and impressionism periods had a unique form of art that were highly regarded at its era and had substantial links to culture and religious practice of its time. The romanticism movement came into existence around the second half of the 18th century and developed further during the industrial revolution in Western Europe.
The paper analyzes Vasily Kandinsky's "Circles in a circle". The artist compasses and optically perfect circles, opens up a new sensibility to the art form. Similar to fellow American artist Manierre Dawson, Kandinsky’s style and substance was based on coordinates and curves suggested by parabolas, hyperbolas and circles.
One of significant problems presented in the esaay are that Castagnary sets out to solve, such as the examination of why a new school of thought in painting faces such opposition and whether or not the painters of this school are indeed the rejects in the field of art. It is also pointed on the quality of the artworks, the light and alert style of it.
The essay analyzes Salvador Dali and the surrealism. Dadaism and its offspring, surrealism, are a religion that has a code of behavior and celebrates their unique understanding and doctrine as a community. Tythacott says that, like Christianity, surrealism is centralized, fervent and somewhat nomadic.
This paper explores Manet's "Le Dejuner sur L'herbe" and Bouguereau's "Nymphs and Satyr". The study analyzes paintings and artists of the modern art. Here will be also provided replies to question: Why do you think many art historians have considered 'Dejuner' to be the first modern work of art?
This essay discusses psychoanalysis and surrealism. This paper, however, stresses that the modernist period is arbitrary; poets like Maria Rilke (1875–1926) began in post Romantic period, through symbolist duration, and finally modern periods through literary advancements. Modernist poetry is said to have started during the French symbolist.
In the first section, my essay explains the meaning of the three terms as fandom, reception, and interpretation in order to give an overview of the paper. The definitions of these words are in line with the paper requirement of understanding how the interpretations and reception of Harry Potter and Fandom movies are being shaped through such terms
The movie Seven Years in Tibet, starring Brad Pitt and directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud, shows the Tibetan society as one that is singular for its peacefulness and respect for life. Although the movie focuses on the journey of one man, the Austrian of German allegiance, Heinrich Herrer, the real underlying message is to show the workings of a culture.
The film has done extraordinarily good business in India and raked up impressive revenues in the worldwide market as well, where it has been well received by the Asian community living abroad. This report examines the contribution this film has made to Bollywood cinema and explores some of the reasons which could underlie its phenomenal success in the marketplace.
This essay discusses films and the surrealism movement. This is because the medium offers the ability to depict a series of images that convey an active visual experience as compared to other visual forms, such as painting which give a more passive experience. Films, as an artistic outlet, combine many artistic elements such as the visual, music.
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The period between 1600 -1750 is referred to as the Baroque period, which is the period immediately following the Renaissance, marked by great advances in scientific thinking and an energetic infusion of novel elements in the artistic arena. This period came during the Counterreformation, sweeping through Europe in the 17th-century.
This paper explores Mary Cassatt and her art. She managed to draw attention to aspects that the eye would have otherwise missed in a normal painting. She managed to bring out the essence and personality of individuals through paint and brush.These effects were in harmony with time that presently one can have a vivid sense of time.
This essay explores Art 21's Contemporary Artist. Being started in 1997 it has been able to make contemporary art reach to the public and introduce key players in contemporary art encouraging creativity. Art 21 is a PBS series broadcast on television and also online which features living artists who are brought to talk about their art and their influence.
This essay discovers surrealism and Frida Kahlo. Not being a formal student of art most of her paintings were heavily influenced by other artists, eras, and by the Mexican culture surrounding her. She depicted her every emotion and life experience, from intense physical pain of her accident to the extreme emotional sorrow of her miscarriage’s on canvas.
The essay explores postmodernism through "The Simpsons". "The Simpsons" has long been beloved by the post-modern community for their incredible social satire, undermining of their own narratives, creative techniques for story-telling, transgressive nature of the presentation, and sophisticated philosophy and references.
This essay analyzes Italian Fashion and its Evolution. Gucci travelled to London and secured a job as a dishwasher at the Savoy Hotel. Most of the customers of Savoy Hotel came from European and American upper classes. As a dishwasher, and a waiter at the hotel, Gucci was observing the habits and lifestyles of the wealthy individuals.
The history of Chinese painting dates back to Neolithic period (about 5000 years ago). The major formats of the traditional Chinese painting are: wall painting, figure-painting, horizontal scroll, vertical scroll, round fan, single-leaf and double-leaf albums, and folding fan. Scroll was the first moveable form of paintings and became the most common of Chinese painting.
Slavery, morality and injustice are evident throughout the entire film reminding the audience of the dark times in the history and the devil that still haunt current government systems. The movie plot is well organized in a way that takes the audience in the journey of ancient inhabitant of America who could not access freedom.
The early 20th century was time of rapid changes - railroads and the first electric subway line in New York City, the expansion of the telephone and telegraph, the start of the automobile industry, first successful airplane flight, and innovations in science and medicine. During this time the way of surviving was seen in moving to city.
This essay explores theories about post-modernism by Clement Greenberg. The first is to review Greenberg’s modernism/post-modernism theory and its applicability to the photographic arts and the second is to determine the extent to which the listed photographers-artists subscribe to Greenberg’s theory.
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The research paper explores the art of Andy Warhol. The art of Warhol is some of the most recognized and familiar art of the twentieth century, most probably because he created iconic works of mundane brands that evoked a sense of familiarity and comfort. He touched the public in a way that few artists had as he connected to the general population.
The Black Arts movement is characterized by not only writing, but different paintings and other artistic representations from notable black artists. The foundation of the black arts movement can be traced all the way back to the days of slavery and the birth of the nation, with famous black poets such as Phillis Wheatley.
This paper concerns Claude Monet's two paintings. In fact, the term Impressionism originated from Monet’s famous painting Impression, soleil levant. In 1881, Monet along with his large family bought a house in Giverny and planted his famous beautiful gardens which became a subject of his paintings and he stayed there till his death.
This essay analyzes the Identity Expression Tool and fashion. Through fashion, different individuals from different parts of the world are given a chance to express their culture through their dressing choices. This is especially important in situations where people migrate from their countries to foreign countries for educational or economic reasons.
This Romantic art movement re-established significant ways to look at things from a different perspective. By integrating the concept of nature, new skeptical ideas were developed as the old ones were ruled out. This paper will focus on the Romantic Art movement and its relation to science.
Painting is an art that began many years ago and has developed through ages up to where it is now. Some artists developed various forms of styles in order to depict different themes in a more elaborate way. Others developed their works from the preceding works so that they could clearly bring out their ideas. Painting developed in different styles.
The painting Landscape in the style of Mi Fu was painted by Kao K'o-kung (1248-1310) as depicted by the colophon mounted on the painting. The work of the painting is synonymous to art work from china and Japan. The art was done during the late Sung period and early Yuan dynasty which began in within the fourteenth centaury.
Arts education makes up an important dimension of life so getting acquainted with the basic and specialized knowledge regarding the four disciplines i.e. dance, music, theatre, and visual arts, is vital for the students. This discussion is based on how each one of these disciplines can be taught armed with latest research studies.
There are two significant themes that the researcher presented in the essay that were embodied in the New Turkish Cinema in terms of the political experiences of the dark ages of Turkey’s film industry. One theme evokes a nostalgic or idealisation of a world that once was and a more dramatic flair by focusing attention on the purely political.
The researcher of this paper gives a review of the painting "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte" of Georges Seurat. The painting addresses the science of vision perfectly. The selection of all the painting’s features from modes of dressing and the nature of characters can be used in tracing the painting’s time.
Traditional and culture is at the heart of the film ‘Mongol’. At the beginning of the film, there is relative order in the country because the current Khans of the clans are strong. There is hostility between them and, there is no sense of unity, but there is also no all out war. However, when Khan Yesugei is killed, things begin to unravel.
The research paper concerns the Andy Warhol's life. His early introduction to art started at the age of eight when he became inflicted with Chorea or St. Vitus’s Dance, a disease of the nervous system. Since he was bedridden for several months, his mother gave him drawing lessons. Photography became another one of his interest.
This paper analyzes surrealism. The movement was centered in Paris, and was officially started, so to speak, when the Surrealist Manifesto was published in 1924. There was also a second manifesto published in 1929, both by André Breton. The main objective of the movement, as per these manifestoes, was to revolt against the set artistic traditions.