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Ch 17 The Modern Art Movement in America

Welcome to chapter 17, the modern art movement in America, the modern art movement did not have an easy start in the u.s. modernist European design did not gain a foothold until the 1930s, as his billboard. Photograph by Walter Evans shows graphic design Americas during the 1920s and 1930s was dominated by traditional illustration, […]

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I grew up in Belle Plaine, Iowa — Hi, Sandy! — where I’m sitting now. There’s Mr. Hoske. And I live in Los Angeles. Steve Mangler. I’m an master. It was just always a innovative environment. My mom was really good about pushing artistry works on me. Sit down and use these watercolors because it’s […]

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Why is Modern Art so Bad?

“Mona Lisa,” “Peta,” “The Girl With Pearl Earrings.” For decades, artists have enriched Western society with their works of astonishing beauty. Night patrol The Thinker “Rocky mountains” Artist after artist, from Leonardo to Rumbarndt and Berstadt. They produced works that inspired, elevated and deepened us. They achieve this by requiring themselves to achieve the highest […]

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Introduction to Modern Art & Ideas

Traditionally modern art has been organized, separated and discussed in great length by time period and push. We wouldn’t be doing that. These videos will instead check out art by theme. Region& Spaces. Art& Identity. Transforming Everyday Objects. And Art& Society. I think that modern art can meet you where you’re and allows you to […]

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Art8 – Newquay Arts& Festival is now in plan for it’s 6th fete and it is set to be bigger and better for 2017. From photography to theatre, pottery to film, puppetry to bop, poetry to craft – and everything in between – Art8 hopes something for everybody. It’s a community festival that lookings to […]

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