The artist creates this dimension. Therefore, art becomes unique as it comes to be the product of the artist’s imagination. Literally, reproduction of arts means to recreate art, a camera mimicking the way eye sees the object is an example of it. By introducing the term “politics” Benjamin referred to the manipulation of art for personal gains. It is similar to discovering nuclear energy but if it was going to be used to destroy Hiroshima and Nagasaki it was certainly not the intention of the scientist that discovered it in the first place. The politics of arts allows the images to be reused and modified with the use of text and sound and soft fares to produce the desired results.
It is hard to come to a conclusive perception when I look at this painting. To me, this artwork is by far the most elegant and extraordinary work by Picasso. The simplicity in the play of color is exquisite. It should look unbalanced and smudgy with this unusual play of colors yet it is extremely balanced and has a serene effect on the emotional state of mind. Physically, I feel alive and liberated when I look at this artwork. The immediate impact on the physical state is the acknowledgement that this ‘renegade’ dimension exists and speaks directly to me. Intellectually, this painting does not fall into the conventional realm because it seems off-the-cuff or a deviation from the monotonous lifestyle. To me, it is the difference between listening to the symphonies of Mozart and hip-hop music.
I instantly think about my childhood when I look at this artwork. Without a doubt, this painting triggers nostalgia in me. I start relating how I always wanted to be different, the way this painting seems different from the others. If Picasso could paint this today it would be a messy room of a teenager who plays guitar and loves football.
The newness of this image is the comfort in knowing that something exists with which