Impressionist Artists
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...Artists The Art Institute of Chicago is a museum that houses thousands of art collections from different artists of different ages. It exhibits art works not only for the sake of showing what wealth it has rather is more for learning purposes. It encourages not only the students to visit the wide array of display of artworks but also families who can buy and own specific masterpieces. Among the famous artists the art institute features are Camille Pissarro and Edgar Degas from the age of impressionism. Their works display the use of short brush strokes and unmixed colors which are commonly observed in impressionist artworks. Compared to the romantic art, the impressionists... dimensional...
Artists Think
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...Artists Think Every individual in this world had his own capability to express things and feelings. Some can express these feelings easily while some face difficulties in expressing them. These feelings can either be expressed in terms of words, pictures or gestures. Artists have a way of expression different than normal people. These artists draw and sketch things to express themselves. Many of the paintings of the artists show as to how they think about certain aspects of life. Artists have their own unique way of expressing themselves through drawings. A question here arises as to why can’t the artists speak rather than sketching their feelings into a picture. An answer to this question... ...
Contemporary artists
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...artists is the paving of way for cross-border socialization. This international scale of socialization of contemporary artists has enabled the same groups of people to come together, share ideas, interests and fears among themselves. The culmination of this has been the formation of associations for contemporary artists such as the Contemporary Art Society, Contemporary Art Galleries, the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, the Contemporary Quilt Art Association, the American Society... of Contemporary Artists and the Contemporary Art Pottery Collectors Association. This development has created a lot of opportunities for contemporary...
Landscape Artists
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...artists to choose from, I picked Théodore Rousseau and George Inness for comparison. First, both artists are die-hard landscapists. They are best known for their landscape masterpieces, and perhaps so because they hardly explored any other genres existing in their generation. Second, these painters tend to favor realism in their works. Browsing through their masterpieces, these similarities are immediately apparent, which lay a solid ground for an educated comparison. One would notice that either one or a group of trees stand out in Rousseau’s paintings, leaving the clouds and mountains, and even animals, almost unnoticed. This pattern seems... Rousseau and Inness: A Comparison Of the nine landscape...
Japanese Artists
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...Artists Introduction Except during the World War II, relationships between USA and Japan have been rather warm. Prior to the World War II, USA did not consider Japan as its enemy and the US polity was extremely surprised at the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Japanese emigrants have come to settle in USA in considerable numbers. Although there was a temporary halt in this process during the War, Japanese emigrants have generally been welcome to the country. Many of these emigrants and members from their generations emerged as prominent figures in America’s art and culture. Japanese – American artists have created their distinct identity in this regard. In the present... Assignment Japanese – American...
Lives of the Artists
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...Artists”, Vasari discusses the biography of Brunelleschi and his contribution into the sphere of architecture and art. My goal in this essay is to explore, on the basis of Vasari’s work, how exactly Brunelleschi fathered the Renaissance style... The Number 26 March Brunelleschi Brunelleschi, the first Renaissance architect, lived and worked in Florence. Vasari calls him a sculptor and an architect, and provides the following date of his life and death: 1377-1446. In Vasari’s view, Brunelleschi was the man of great spirit and with “a heart of boundless courage” that managed to complete the task which was almost impossible to complete (Vasari, Bondanella, and Bondanella 110). In his “Lives of the...
What Do Artists Do?
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...Artists Do? Art is something our society thinks is created by experts known as artists just as doctors practice medicine and engineers designbridges. In other societies, almost everyone contributes to art in some way, yet no matter how a society organizes itself, it requests its artists to fulfill similar tasks. Firstly, artists create places for some human objective. For instance, Stonehenge was maybe created as a place where a community would assemble for ceremonies. Very close to our own time, Vietnam Veterans was created by Maya Lin as a place for meditation and commemoration(1.6) .The Vietnam War is one of our most...
Artists of the past
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...artistic renewal of this period that happened as people rediscovered the skill and knowledge of the ancient worlds of Greece and Rome. These early empires represented to the 14th through the 16th century citizens a golden age of shared culture, reason and creativity. However, the artistic focus of the Renaissance took a different... Art During the Renaissance Most people today recognize the term ‘Renaissance’ as meaning a specific time period in Western European culture. If they’re fairly decent with dates, they’ll remember it as a period that began around 1400 and ended in the 1600s, appearing earlier in the Italian city-states. The word actually means “rebirth” and refers to the tremendous...
Italian Renaissance Artists
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...Artists: Renaissance is a French term for rebirth. It was coined first in the 19th century to de the revival of art and letters under the influence of ancient Roman and Greek models. This revival started in Italy in the 14th century, flourished in the 15th, and in the subsequent century reached apogee and then met with crisis. During these centuries, radical changes in art and science took place across Europe. In this sense, the term Renaissance has “also come to denote the era in general and its overriding spirit, in which desires intrinsic to human nature, generally repressed under medieval feudalism, burst forth with new fervor and resulted in a new culture.” (Osmond, 1998, p... ?Italian Renaissance...
Italian Renaissance Artists
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...Artists: Renaissance is a French term for rebirth. It was coined first in the 19th century to de the revival of art and letters under the influence of ancient Roman and Greek models. This revival started in Italy in the 14th century, flourished in the 15th, and in the subsequent century reached apogee and then met with crisis. During these centuries, radical changes in art and science took place across Europe. In this sense, the term Renaissance has “also come to denote the era in general and its overriding spirit, in which desires intrinsic to human nature, generally repressed under medieval feudalism, burst forth with new fervor and resulted in a new culture.” (Osmond, 1998, p... Italian Renaissance...
American And European Artists
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...Artists The Native Americans had a deep connection with their MotherNature and spirituality which was conveyed through their artworks. The expressive art can be traced back to thousands of years ago when Native Americans were inspired by their mother land and conveyed it through cave paintings, earthenware, and stonework. They used materials that were inspired by their landscapes such as rocks, feathers, and others (Porter 32). The art history of Native Americans is full of symbols linked with nature such as the sun, moon, or people. Symbolizing nature and expressing it spiritually was the way in which they produced art. An example is the tall wooden sculptures called... Number] American and European...
Evaluating artists significance
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...artist’s significance I. Early and High Renaissance: Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci was one of the most iconic Italian renaissance polymaths whose ingenuity epitomized the renaissance humanist model. He was an artist, a painter, a writer and an inventor among many others. Most of his works are still of relevant in the modern day society and stashed in some of the most prestigious museums in the world. Born in a society that faced numerous challenges and out of wedlock, a despicable background, da Vinci depicted a super human personality through his art works thereby earning the title, archetype of the Renaissance man. As a painter, da Vinci developed a number of iconic artifacts key... ?Evaluating...
Bonaventures art - Christian artists
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...artists have tirelessly tried to represent the word with the image; creating images, which can speak, on behalf of literature. Historically, the artistic work was meant to assist in understanding the Biblical scriptures. In this regard, St.Francis is said as one of the key Christian figures of the early times; as early as the thirteenth century. Ina perspective, Bonaventure was aware of the biographical background of Francis’ life. Bonaventure strived to have a personal meeting with Francis’ companions; still alive... Number: Introduction According to the gospel by St.John of the Bible, the word of God gains primacy over the image; before the world was, the word existed. However, Christian...
Kwon's Investigation to the Artists
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...Artists Week 2 & Section Number of Public art is a specific term that represents the art work in any form of media. Generally, public art is represented in front of all the public, usually staged physically at a public place; anywhere outside that is accessible to all. Public art holds a broader meaning in itself. It is not restricted to physical objects such as monuments, memorials or architectural sculptures but it also represents dance, ballets, street theaters, stage dramas and processions. Basically, artists working in this medium of art find it best to avail the freedom of expression offered to them at any public space, outdoor anywhere in any part of the world... ? Kwon’s Investigation to the...
Three different artists as examples
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...Artists Examples Art is the wide range of activities that reflect the ideas and thoughts of human beings in an exemplified and interactive manner. Ideally, visual art is the creation of artistic works that are visible to the eye. This art form may include crafts, paintings, photography, and pottery. It is not a rigid form of art as it entails other forms of art like graphic design, fashion designing, and interior designing, which are all forms of applied arts. For instance, the society we live in relates its structures to thought and ideas. This is to mean that a piece of art is able to penetrate to the heart and soul. The attainment capacity to which these thoughts and feelings can... Three different...
Minimalist visual artists and composers
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...Artists and Composers Minimalist art refers to the form of abstract art that reduces the level of distraction caused by complex compositions and addition of different themes in the artwork. There is no personal expression included in the minimalist art and simplicity is evident both in artwork’s context and in its form. What I like about minimalist art is the reduction of its content to a level, which viewers can easily understand and focus. Minimalist art focuses on some core aspect of any particular object that makes the viewers understand the content easily. Some of the main characteristics of minimalist art that I really like include simplicity... full full July 11, Minimalist Visual Artists and...
History of Arts and Artists
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...Artists Art history is as old as when human existence can be traced and this gives a picture of art as a twin to humankind. Like civilization, art has its own progress and/or decline as an observer might consider. Art has primarily been known as the appreciation of beauty which has been expressed early on through paintings and carvings in various forms. Prehistoric and ancient art have been expressed mostly in paintings on walls and stones. Many of the prehistoric artworks have been found in caves as these are believed to have been the abode of early humans, which also show their creativity, making use of their available materials. One might think what people then would... Full Appreciating Arts and...
Twentieth Century African-American Artists
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...Artists The works of the two 20th century African American artists, Romare Bearden and Jacob Lawrence had a number of similarities as well as some contrasting differences. Firstly, Bearden illustrated cartoons in the Baltimore Newspaper. Cartoons up-to-date are still influential in newspapers and his art work became the most original and famous in architecture due to his isolation working methods in art. On the other hand, Jacob Lawrence’s art work spoke and embodied the values of self-driven critical powers of modernism. With regard to the similarity of their works, both Lawrence and Bearden emerged in the 20th century during the Harlem Renaissance... Other (s) Twentieth Century African-American Artists ...
Middle Eastern Female Contemporary Artists
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...ARTISTS Middle Eastern Female Contemporary Artists [Institution's Name] Middle Eastern Female Contemporary Artists Introduction Artistic expression has been part of the human condition at all times and in all places. As with language, art is a species-centered activity. In the conventions of Euroamerican culture, the arts have become disassociated from the stream of life as artistic creation has increasingly become the function of the specialist. In our definition of art we differentiate "pure" from "folk" art, "fine arts" from "crafts." Such distinctions impede the understanding of arts as a basic expression of experience. Art of the Arab... Running Head: MIDDLE EASTERN FEMALE CONTEMPORARY...
Minimalist visual artists and composers
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...Artists and Composers It is true that entertainment mediums such as television, multimedia art, and youtube have become so prevalent in today’s society that we tend to dismiss the merit and artistic content. If I have to provide an example that moved me positively or negatively, that would be of Steve Reich’s ‘The Desert Music’. The music is a true reflection of the minimalist music in all aspects may be because the pioneer of the minimalist music developed this music. In this music video, the things that made my mind flow with the flow of the music included use of same beats, use of single pulse and rhythm, repetitive and simple harmonies, and use of static... Your full full July 12, Minimalist Visual...
Young British Artists and the world.
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...artists, particularly during the early and mid 1990's, the inspiration seems to be flowing freely, and the glass is most certainly half full. Not only has contemporary British art become more popular here at home, but also abroad. This has implications not only for the artists themselves, but also for the scope of mainstream contemporary art as a whole. Additionally, the whole of British culture is affected by this latest wave of young inspiration, as well as the world's view... YBA and the World Most art forms seem to go through phases and cycles of inspiration. Sometimes, it seems that the well of inspiration is particularly dry; during other times, like the wave of rising popularity for young British...
18th and 19th century creative artists role
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...Artist in the Rococo and Romantic Period The role of a creative artist is very critical in society. It is usually a reflection of the things happening in society. An artist uses art to communicate to the society. Every civilization has its unique forms of art that dominate it. Creative artists perform a very fundamental role in society. By expressing the values and changes of society in art, generations of the future use the art movements to understand the past civilizations. Creative artists receive influence from political and social changes in society. Art is the fullest form of human expression. The features of art movements reveal a lot about the times... in which the...
Industrial Revolution and the Artists of Impressionism
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...Artists of Impressionism Introduction In the period of the Industrial Revolution, numerous artistic movements emerged as the response towards the impression of that moment. These changes occur all through the globe leading to shifts in the social arrangement concerning the manner people existed within their homes and workplaces. Industrial revolution resulted to alteration of the new ideas leading to the development of novel forms of art. Consequently, the new art of impressionism emerged and influenced many artists of that period. Impressionism thrived from realism, which was earlier considered another form of art. Industrial revolution generated... Task Effects of the Industrial Revolution on the...
Renaissance and Baroque Artists and Musicians
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...artists of the Renaissance, was also a sculpture, architect, scientist and engineer. He was born in a small town of Vinci, near Florence. During 1940’s his family settled in Florence and he was given “the best education that Florence, the intellectual and artistic center of Italy, could offer” (LEONARDO da Vinci). His influences from other artists are not very defined, yet, his sound interest in science and “his in-depth study of human anatomy aided him in mastering the realist art form” (Leonardo Da Vincis Life). While all other works of arts seem to be static arts, Vinci always tried to create movements in his works... Leonardo Da Vinci Leonardo Da Vinci, who is one of the greatest celebrated...
Anton Vidokles Text Art Without Artists?
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...Artists?" Art Without Artists is an article that brings into focus the relevance ofcurators in the world of art. It starts by asserting that curatorial responsibilities have diversified immensely, making curators some of the most important players in this industry. According to Vidokles, curators are charged with duties that include: administration of art experience and distribution of art production moneys. The curators also collaborate with various collectors and sponsors, the press and politicians to ensure that the interests of art producers are well taken care of. id performing their duties, curators play the role of mediators between art production and societal... Anton Vidokles text "Art Without...
Kwons investigation to the artists Week 2
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...Artists Week 2 & Section Number of Public art is a specific term that represents the art work in any form of media. Generally, public art is represented in front of all the public, usually staged physically at a public place; anywhere outside that is accessible to all. Public art holds a broader meaning in itself. It is not restricted to physical objects such as monuments, memorials or architectural sculptures but it also represents dance, ballets, street theaters, stage dramas and processions. Basically, artists working in this medium of art find it best to avail the freedom of expression offered to them at any public space, outdoor anywhere in any part of the world... Kwon’s Investigation to the...
Research 6 artists work from different eras
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...artist was evidently guided by the descriptions in the scripture as well as other pictorial conventions. There are evidences that the background have been reworked and painted by Leonardo at a later time. (Matteo 1990, p. 76) For instance, there is the palm tree that symbolizes salvation and life. It looks archaic, a contrast to other painterly elements. All in all, the medium used was helpful in conveying the idea of the artist. Verrocchio used tempera to paint his part of the canvas, which explains the dull color as opposed... The Baptism of Christ Andrea del Verrochio The Baptism of Christ is especially popular because it is widely believed to have been collaboration between Verocchio and his...
Modern Artists Joan Miro and Marcel Duchamp
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...artist with varied fundamental designs in his career as an artist. He majored on synchronized artwork that appeared like machines such as satellites and magazines. Personally, I am intrigued one of his works that bears major inspirational essence commonly known a Rotary Demisphere completed in 1925. My choice for this piece of art is due to its unique material incorporated with other varied medium to come up with a well-thought image. Besides, drawings and paintings that comprise majority of artworks seen in the museum, Marcel’s artwork stands out as an artistic handy work... creativity. Other intriguing encompasses the artiste’s blending of harmonious colors within the whole...
Mao Zedong's view on writers and artists
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...Artists Mao Zedong was born in 1893. He is known as the founding father of the People’s Republic of China, a position he held as the Head of the country’s Communist Party from its inception in 1949 until his death in 1976 (George 17). He had a military form of leadership aligned with the Marxist-Leninist approach. This approach gave birth to Marxist-Leninist-Maoism theories otherwisejust referred to as Mao Zedong Thought. He died in 1976 having been involved in numerous revolutionary wars (George 18).‘If it were not for Mao Zedong, the Writers and Artists would not have known their role in the revolutionary war.’ The Yenan Forum on Literature and Art took place in May 1942... Mao’s View on and Artists ...
Contemporary artists - Ackermann, Andre, Applebroog, Arevalo, Acconci
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...Artists Art is a fascinating the scope of which is beyond the limits of our imagination. Only an aesthetic mind person can obtain pleasure from the elegance of an art since it is highly associated with human emotions. So a good artist will always be an artistic mind person who finds beauty from all objects around him. However, such a person may not necessarily be an artist because creation of an art is something beyond that skill. Art and artists existed always from the very origin of human history to this electronic century. This paper will specifically discuss the achievements of some contemporary artists like Rita Ackermann, Carl Andre, Ida Applebroog, Javier Arevalo, and Vito... Contemporary Artists ...
[Love] American Arts/Artists (painters or graphic designers or visual artists) in 1980s through today (2012)
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...Artists in 1980s through today Artistic designs in the American society portray the great strides that American artists have made in the past decades. Notably, American artists have made tremendous contribution in the society. Visual artists have produced artwork, which communicate information about current events that occur in the American society. For instance, some American paintings illustrate the environmental situations during the time of the painting. Traditionally, painting, sculpturing, printmaking, and photography have contributed in the media industry. In 1980s, American visual artists employed various techniques in painting their artwork. For instance, Richard Hunt and Sam... American...
Artists Statement: Of Paintings, Passion, and Places
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...Artist's ment: Of Paintings, Passion, and Places To find contentment, I have to create. This has always been the case even when I was a small child. My passion is in creating artwork of places. Paintings of landscape, houses, and scenes of the exterior fascinated me. Portraits of people, objects, and subjects found indoors are an occasional whim but my preference is to recreate the atmosphere and ambience of a place that has locked itself so permanently in my heart, mind, and soul. This oil painting on canvas exemplifies my passion for painting places. An artwork of this particular scene draws me in and takes me there. The sights, sounds, and scents of the location...
How Do Artists See Art In Vasari's Biographies
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...Artists See Art In Vasari's Biographies By the middle of the sixteenth century, neoplatonism had become extremely popular and influenced art with a kind of mystical significance. Perhaps, it was this feature that made Vasari paint his painters with a halo that, despite its questionable authenticity, still remains bright. He is at his best when describing a work that has fired his enthusiasm, telling a story, giving a rapid character-sketch, or recalling some significant gesture or encounter. Then his language becomes euphonious and lively, conveying his mood of tenderness or humor, wonder or admiration. We have to be aware of the social and cultural history of the...
"Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?
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...artists’ was being discussed and debated in the public domain. At the time, there were pseudo-scientific rationalizations rampant that condemned women as incapable of greatness; and biased studies that derided women’s inability to come up with ambition and achievement in spite of decades of equality and opportunity. This contention, however, has lost favor even in the mainstream society in modern times as there has been more and more scientific as well as experiential evidence indicating that women are in no way inferior to their male counterparts – neither physically nor cognitively... Nochlin’s essay was an apt comment on the way feminist issues, including the issue of ‘the lack of great women artists’ ...
Rapid dissemination of images has had an impact on artists
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...Artists Introduction The limitless capability of digital technology to visual arts is seen in many aspects, particularly when it comes to dissemination. Just like textual messages, artworks are also relayed rapidly by converting those artworks into digital format, and voila, paintings, shirt designs, street art captured through cameras are being distributed in the Web. The immediate effect could be the familiarity of the audience to the creators of those arts, but there is more to that effect than meets the eye, and this essay aims to present the ways in which rapid dissemination of images using the digital technologies affects visual artists at present. Digital... Impacts of Digital Technologies to...
Comparison of the Two Artists Matisse and Picasso
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...artists are still revered to this day, and their artwork can give us a magnificent canvas of our own to use as a comparison of the two artists. Picasso once said that “No one has ever looked at Matisses painting more carefully than I; and no one has looked at mine more... In the world of art, perhaps there are no two s that are more revered than that of Picasso and Matisse. Both famous in their own sense, these twoartist offered a breathe of fresh air into their time periods, and offered inspiration for generations to come. Even today, their artwork can speak across the lapse of time, and offer a doorway into their innermost feelings, their emotion, and their true talent at the canvas. These two...
Artists and Repertoire (A+R) in the Music Industry
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...ARTISTS AND REPERTOIRE (A+R) IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY Artists and Repertoire (A+R) in the Music Industry Insert Insert Insert Instructor’s Name 17 May 2011 Artists and Repertoire (A+R) in the Music Industry A record label is a company that mainly produces and markets music for the artist signed with their label. The labels can be smaller or big, but currently, there are four major labels in the world: Universal, EMI, Sony/BMG, and Warner Music Group. Underneath each of these parent companies are many labels that are distributed by these companies’ proprietary distribution arms with all the majors competing for the greatest market share (Howard. 2006). The A&R is the department of a record... ?Running head:...
Kozyndan as a collaboration of the artwork by two artists
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...artists, Kozy and Dan. This pair has proved its excellence in every possible manner. Kozy is Japanese and Dan is an American and together they produce absolutely unique artwork. They are based in Los Angeles and their carefully created images can be bought from their shop. This shop is conveniently divided into low-priced and high-priced stuff. A name that has originated as more of a brand was simply founded to have a common e-mail address at which friends could send common e-mails to Kozy and Dan. It was only after this that they started signing their combined... KOZYNDAN Sources: http www.pixelsurgeon.com www.kozyndan.com "Kozyndan" has originated as a collaboration of the artwork by two amazing...
The Marketing Practice For Unsigned Independent Artists And Their Music
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...artists and their music McCarthy’s 4Ps and Lauterborn’s 4Cs both can be best marketing practice for unsigned independent artists and their music. According to McDonald and Dunbar (1998), the marketing mix is the term used to describe the tools and techniques an organization uses to implement the marketing concept. For unsigned independent artists and their music online marketing models and a mix οf 4Ps and 4Cs can produce excellent results. Kotler et al (2001) recognize "4 Ps" that encompass an organizations entire competitive marketing strategy: product, price, promotion, and place. However, McCarthy (1987) prefers a more explicit... Discuss the best marketing practice for unsigned independent artists ...
Nietzsche "Genealogy of Morals" relating to Con Artists.
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...artists to gain significant leverage and traction in contemporary society. In order to explicate this condition in society, this paper will first examine the theoretical features of slave... The Con and the Mark, a Nietzschean Pair: Ressentiment and the Genealogy of Morals In the Genealogy of Morals, Friedrich Nietzsche continues his sustained attack on the moral edifice constructed by the Judeo-Christian ethic and the tenets of classical liberalism, tentatively begun in Human, All too Human. (Nietzsche, BT & GM 1956, 150) While the first work was a deconstruction of the value labels of "good" and "bad" the subsequent work is a historical, psychological and anthropological attack on the consequences of...
One of the most acknowledged artists, Tony Cragg
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...artist of the eighteenth century. Born in 1949 in Liverpool, Tony Craggbegan his education in Britain before he proceeded to Germany for further studies. Unlike other students of his age, Tony spent much of his life in his Wuppertal studio doing what he did best. In 1997, he was given a teaching position at an art academy in Dusseldorf and this was a major contribution to his artistic skills and career. Unlike other artists of his generation, Cragg did his artistic works as both a career and philosophy. He was therefore an influential person to both his audience and the wider society. This essay will therefore focus on tony... Tony Cragg Tony Cragg was a British sculptor and one of the most acknowledge...
What existentialist artists attempt to communicate through their respective work
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...Artists Have you ever taken a moment to relax, and become aware of your decisions that have been influence by the outside world?  People mostly never take the chance to take a break from their daily activities in order to reflect on the decisions they made throughout their life.   In the book Waiting for Godot, the author, Samuel Beckett, uses symbolism to send the message to readers how people have to be more aware for themselves instead of letting the outside influences take control over their lives.   Furthermore, the movie, Garden State written by Zach Braff, shares a similar message to Samuel Beckett about how life should be made by the individual, not by others. After... Lecturer Existentialist...
Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso The Glorious Artists
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...artists – Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso – through the analysis of their artworks. In the book of "Creative credo" by "Paul Klee", there is a quotation that states "Art does not reproduce the visible rather, it makes the visible" (Klee). Abstract art never shows flowers as flowers, houses as houses etc. Mainly abstract art addresses issues that lie deeper than objects... Paul Klee and Picasso Art was always a depiction of reality. It may be mysterious or explicit reflection. Abstract art is also a way of depicting the reality; but not its surface levels. Abstract art reveals the reverse side of the objects and aspects of reality. This paper would make an attempt to interpret the famous words by glorious...
Nietzsche "Genealogy of Morals" relating to Con Artists.
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...artists to gain significant leverage and traction in contemporary society. In order to explicate this condition in society, this paper will first examine the theoretical features of slave... The Con and the Mark, a Nietzschean Pair: Ressentiment and the Genealogy of Morals In the Genealogy of Morals, Friedrich Nietzsche continues his sustained attack on the moral edifice constructed by the Judeo-Christian ethic and the tenets of classical liberalism, tentatively begun in Human, All too Human. (Nietzsche, BT & GM 1956, 150) While the first work was a deconstruction of the value labels of "good" and "bad" the subsequent work is a historical, psychological and anthropological attack on the consequences of...
Artists interview
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...artist who considered art to be above anything else (Jacobus & Braziller 18). Q. Please tell us something about your foray into the Right Wing Politics? A. Well, it was a part of my life which I truly regret. There was a time when I took a break from my architectural career to work for many Right Wing... of the of the Concerned Visual Arts and Film Studies 19 April Interviews Interview I: Post Modern Architect, MichaelGraves Q. Please do tell us something about your academic life? A. Well, I was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since, my childhood days, I was immensely interested in drawing and painting, a passion that stayed with me throughout my life. My early architectural training took place at Univers...
Do you think David Hockney's research and theory on the use of technology by the artists of the Renaissance period is important for artists today?
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...Artist of the Renaissance period is important for artists today? I don’t think so. To begin with, many artists today use traditional techniques to make good drawings and paint well and yet they dont use optical aids. There are many ateliers around the world and they teach same methods employed by the Old artists. Nobody can guess from what they draw that, there existed secret drawing methods or the possibility of eyeballing it. These New artists studied the real methods of the Old artists and gain more experience through practice. Indeed, the argument that it is impossible for any person to eyeball... it is flimsy because people are in continuously eyeball and many students have learnt to do...
Western Artists Have Approached The Orient At Various Moments With Perfectly Honourable Intentions And "Genuine Respect"
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...Artists have approached the orient at various moments with perfectly honourable intentions and "genuine respect" Introduction: This paper shall focus on how the western artists have approached orients. The methodology adopted in the research paper consists of a research-based question the answer to which shall be provided in the body and the conclusion of the paper. At the end of the paper the writer shall conclude by saying that the western artists indeed have approached the orient in a honourable and respected fashion, as the case ought to have been. Orientalism is a term, which is used in history fir the depiction of the Eastern art by the writers, artists, painters... and authors...
History of art - 'What was the appeal of classical mytholoy for artists and patrons'
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...artists and patrons?’ I. Introduction - general review Before analyzing the position and the value of the Mythology for the inspiration and the creation of works of art, we should make a reference on the meaning and the role of the Mythology for the local cultures during the period of antiquity (with which Mythology is closely and exclusively connected. When speaking for myths we usually refer to stories, which were created a long time ago (to the very ‘far’ past) without having any element of truth. They are however, different from lies to the point that the former are being accepted by whole societies even if they do not respond to the reality... Topic: ‘What was the appeal ical mythology as a for...
Choose one or two artists that we've discussed in class and discuss those artists' work in relationship to the main concepts
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...artist. Every individual has a way to voice out what is going on inside of him and loose it out in ways that would make an impact to whoever perceives. This radical evolution of art... ?The Powerful Voice of Art Art is defined as a form of expression. It has evolved from a series ical dynasties throughout history. It also has continuously revolutionized radical movements especially in this modern time. Definition of art today greatly varies from how it is classified from old times. Art today is devoid of walls from the conventional aesthetic standards of output where expressions are devised in many various forms. Today, art is a powerful tool used to voice out socio-political matters. Every man is an...
How the feminist movement has influenced female artists working with technology
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...artists working with technology Feminist movement has been a significant subject in the society, ever since it was started in the 19th Century. It has attempted to call together social justice for female artists and women in general including shading light in the role of women in the society. It is apparent that women have been looked down upon and left out in significant activities in the society, such as, participating in art, science and technology activities. In this regard, the feminist movements have attempted to create a significant impact in the world, in the past and in the present, such as, boosting gender equality in the society. This paper... How the feminist movement has influenced female...
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