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February 6th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Art History

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Live Newdy Exhibit: Museum of Modern Art

January 22nd, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Art History

A new exhibit at The Museum of Modern Art is causing discomfort among some visitors by bringing them close to non-clothed performers — some might say too close. Two performers in their birthday suit stand inches apart in a narrow doorway of the exhibit of work by Yugoslavian-born artist Marina Abramovic, which opened on Sunday. The position of the models, who alternate and are either opposite or same-gender performers, forces patrons to decide whether to walk between them. ****************************** FACEBOOK PAGE: GOOGLE+ : TWITTER: NEWS CHANNEL (FTDNews): WEBSITE:

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November 25th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

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Pablo Picasso – BBC Modern Masters [1/6]

November 16th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in Art History

The life of Pablo Picasso is an exciting story of rebellion, riches, women and great art. In this episode of a four-part series dedicated to Modern Art, journalist Alastair Sooke travels through France, Spain and the US to see some of the artist’s great works and recount tales from his life story. Talking to architects, fashion experts and artists, he investigates how Picasso’s influence, particularly that of his Cubist work, continues to pervade modern life today, in the shape of buildings, interior design, clothes and of course contemporary art. Tracking down former Picasso model Sylvette David to her current home in Britain, he also hears how Picasso’s images of her inspired the look of screen siren Brigitte Bardot.

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The Concepts and the Beliefs of Modern Art

October 19th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

Art is a human creative skill, which is demonstrated through imaginative designs, sounds, or ideas. Art and artistic skills have been integral to our Histories. Events, life styles, and the other prevalent things, were all depicted through the various art forms of those times. Art has been evolving with thoughts, ideas, events, times, and technological developments, and is the father of today’s Graphical Illusions.

The Ancient History of Art dates back to as many as 2 million years ago, to the Stone Age. The first Stone Tools used to create impressions, can be said to be the initial ideas of Art. Ancient Art is actually a symbolic representation of information about the life styles and the representation of facts by the people of those times, who framed a strong ground for Art. Since then, Art has been transforming to accommodate the changes and the improvements of every era to suit connoisseurs’ tastes and ideas.

History of Art. Prior to taking up the Modern Art Concepts, lets take a look at the different art ages:

o Pre Historic Art / Paleolithic (2million years ago – 13000B.C)

o Ancient Art (from 3000 B.C – 331 B.C)

o Medieval to Early Renaissance Art (373 B.C – 1453 A.D)

o Renaissance to Early Modern Art (1453 – 1800 A.D)

o Pre Modern Art (1800 – 1880 A.D)

o Modern Art (1880 – 1945 A.D)

o Contemporary Art (1945 – Present age)

History of Modern Art started with Impressionism as its main frame and continued its revolution with the gradual additions and the deletions in the second half of 19th century. New art styles and movements disappeared at an increasingly fast pace, reflecting the growing rate of changes in our society.

The Impressionist painters preferred to paint outdoors and studied the effect of light on the objects, creating wonderful arts such as, landscapes and scenes from daily life. This trend continued until 1905. Then the present day thinkers added impressive, vivid colors to the Modern Arts, thereby bringing pictures into life. They called it Fauvism. Expressionists followed Fauvism in 1979. Expressionism was a kind of German Modern Art version of Fauvism, conveying its expressions.

The second movement of Modern revolution brought Expressionism, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco Movements. They were new Arts concepts with highly decorative style, dedicated to natural art forms. Art Deco was primarily a design style popular in 1920-1930′s, which is a follow up of Art Nouveau. These art forms showed their domination in the mass production of Fashion, Furniture, Jewelry, Textiles, Architecture, Commercial Print Making, and Interior decorations.

Modern Art Movement III was another revolutionary movement of Modern Art, which was majorly restricted to paintings and sculptures. Nevertheless, it had vital influence on the development of Modern Art. Cubism came, where images were converted into cubes, or other geographical forms, followed by Surrealism, emphasizing the unconscious & the importance of dreams, and finally came the Abstract Art, which was creating art with several abstracts joining.

Pop Art Movement and Optical Art Movement (OP Art) came into picture after debating with Abstract Artists, as these artists considered Abstract Arts as too sophisticated and elite for the general masses to understand. The Pop Art and the Optical Art Artists brought art back into the daily lives of people through Simple Sketches, Comics, and Picture Arts, as seen naturally in daily life. Optical Art was again a transformation of art into reduced geographical forms, sometimes in Black & White contrast and sometimes in brilliant, contrast colors.

Modern Art period is the era where forms change to different levels, beyond Manual Paintings to Photography eventually. The art revolution continues in the current Pro-modern Art/ Contemporary Art period with the art forms changing to Visual Graphics and 3D animations.

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Ancient and Modern Graphic Designs

October 11th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

Graphics are the production of visual statements on certain surfaces which may include canvas, paper, walls or pottery amongst others. Sign creations, logos, drawings, symbols, graphs and different forms of geometric designs are all forms of graphics. Coined from the Greek word “Graphikos,” graphics are used in different forms of electronic or print media to represent certain ideas. Graphic design refers to the art of combining different forms of graphics such as texts and pictures in publications, ads and websites. The whole history of art is not complete without the mention of graphic design.

Graphic designs have been used since the medieval era and ancient cultures such as those of Egypt, Greece, France and Australia used graphic art to communicate or record history. Ancient forms of writing and drawing such as those seen in ancient caves and the great Egyptian pyramids form the foundation of graphic art. Graphic art was also illustrated in classical books such as those seen in the gospel books of insular art which depict the animal style of the barbarian peoples of northern Europe.

Modern graphical art was arguably started by William Morris who is considered to be the father of modern graphics. Many graphic designs were produced in his Kelmscott press in the late 19th century and he soon became known for his creativity in this form of art. William Morris together with three other notable artists formed the pre- Raphaelites group and their ideas greatly influenced what is regarded as modern graphic design today.

The advent of computers signaled a new era of graphic design which employed the use of digital techniques and creative styles which can be seen in posters and logos today. Many computer software programs such as Photoshop, Corel draw and windows have been developed with different specialized functions available. Visual artists can produce different designs using computer software without necessarily writing or drawing with a pencil or paintbrush.

Modern designs are used in different print media for advertisements and promotions to pass on a message by a firm or company to a wide range of customers. The famous logo of a renowned soft drink company created by Frank Mason Robinson in 1885 and the Google logo created by Ruth Kedar are forms of graphic designs which are trademarks of companies. Graphic designs are also used on websites to create a visually appealing web page that will attract visitors and prospective customers. Let’s get started and experience some main stream graphical art now!

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Magnetic Modern Art Forms

August 8th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

Magnets, electromagnets and magnetized objects are being used more and more creatively as a new medium for artistic endeavors.  Magnetized elements have the potential to hold their structure and still be mobile.  This kind of art form gives the creator the ability to make unique and fluid pieces. It can be as simple as steel balls rolling on a sandy platform to create beautiful repeating wave patterns, or as complex as hundreds of tiny mirrors moved electromagnetically to change their reflection points and create dynamic vibrant images.  No matter what the artist chooses to design, proper materials are necessary.

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Post-Impressionism and Its Impact on Modern Art

July 16th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

Famous English art critic Roger Fry organized his first exhibition in London and coined the term ‘Post-Impressionism’ to classify the artwork of the late 19th Century painters. These artists were Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, and Paul Gauguin, regarded as the pioneers and frontrunner ‘Post Impressionists.’ Georges Seurat and Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec were among other painters inspired by ‘Impressionism.’ They however, developed their own styles to enhance and emote through their art thereby, joining the club of ‘Post Impressionists.’

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A Succinct Introduction To Paris Modern Art Museums

July 11th, 2011 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

Really, there are several places in Paris you can visit to see modern art, however, generally speaking there are two museums in Paris that are both called the Modern Art Museum.
This museum is denoted as the Palace of Modern Art in the city of Paris and is among the two chief places to go in Paris to see modern art. The Modern art museum is really only one part of a much larger palace situated at 11 Avenue du President Wilson, named after the American President during the First World War Woodrow Wilson.
If you’re coming to this modern art museum in Paris using the metro system then the nearest stations are Iena and Alma Marceau, both only a couple of hundred meters away from the museum.
The Palace of Modern Art showcases artworks depicting every school of art in France in the 20th century. Among these are Cubism, Dada, Expressionism and Fauvism. French modern artists whose works are displayed in this museum include Braque, Duffy, Modigliani, Picasso and Soutine.
This museum in Paris is open daily, except Monday, from 10am until 5.30pm. On weekends opening hours are extended an hour into the evening. This museum often conducts temporary exhibitions of modern art, for which there is a separate entrance fee.
The other popular museum of modern art in Paris can be found in the well known Pompidou center. There are more than 3,000 pieces of modern art showcased here, from France and abroad. But, this modern art museum usually loans lots of its exhibits to other art museums in Paris and France, so if’ you are looking forward to seeing a particular piece you had better ensure it’s availability beforehand by contacting the museum directly.
Like the city modern art museum in Paris, this museum hosts many temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists from France. These are generally held in the southern wing of the museum. Entrance to this museum in Paris can be accessed from Rue Saint Merri.

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