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What is the nature of Art? Is there a correct way to appreciate art? Are there objective criteria for judging art? Can we apply our concept of art to other cultures? Can we apply it backward to earlier eras in our own culture?
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THE HISTORY OF ART IN 3 MINUTES this is meant to be silly Please be advised this video has a couple profane words Did you see the above image on the news or on Facebook ? The right image is an Art conserver’s “repair” of a historical painting of Christ, opps! Read about it here. Watch 'The History of Art: in 3 Minu tes'
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Pablo Picasso Characteristics of Art: “To construct meaningful images and forms, to create order and structure. To explore Aesthetic possibilities-these characteristics seem to be part of our nature as human beings. From them, art has grown, nurtured by each culture in its own way” (Getlein 6). What is ART?
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ART? 40’ Rubber Duck Florentijn Hofman There is NO concrete definition of visual art; it is up to the viewer to decide; art is subjective.
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Aesthetics Branch of philosophy that studies art, and the nature of beauty, taste, and creative expression. The relationship between Art and Philosophy Continues to be explored and expanded. It was in the 18 th Century when our modern view of art began – discussed as something to give pleasure.
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