A2B1-6. Creation & Relation to Arts

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Statues or no statues? That is the question…

A very interesting analysis on how and why we react to statues and how to stop the fuss, maybe… Diana,  Wollstonecraft,  Wilde …  why  do  we  keep  getting  it  so  wrong  with  our  statues? The Princess of Wales sculpture is the latest example of our strained relationship with this controversial art form Members of the … Continuer la lecture »

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ART : chronologies, analyses, museums

L’art contemporain https://atcloritz.wordpress.com/lart-actuel/ Frise chronologique des mouvements http://www.clg-moulin-arnouville.ac-versailles.fr/IMG/pdf/frise_chronologique_des_mouvements_artistiques_des_oeuvres_et_le_contexte_historique-2.pdf Art through time : a global view https://www.learner.org/series/art-through-time-a-global-view/   Norman Rockwell Museum https://www.nrm.org/

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Curiouser and curiouser…

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2021/may/18/alice-curiouser-and-curiouser-victoria-and-albert-museum-london Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser review – a wonderful tumble down the rabbit hole Take a seat … Blumenthal and McKean’s reimagining of the Mad Hatter’s tea party. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Victoria and Albert Museum, London Inspiring everything from Jefferson Airplane’s White Rabbit to Heston Blumenthal’s mock turtle soup, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland continues to … Continuer la lecture »

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Cartooning the world

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Sculptures to mourn our dead.

A public space to grieve a soulmate lost to a virus. Tay, the Aids memorial, in New Steine, Brighton, by Romany Mark Bruce and Morris Singer Art Foundry. Photograph: Lawrence Suss/Art UK Dr Anthony McIntosh, public sculpture manager, Art UK Wed 3 Feb 2021 06.00 GMT   This striking memorial, in New Steine gardens, Brighton, … Continuer la lecture »

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Still life and domestic bliss : lockdown artistic creations.

A picture of domestic bliss: why we’ve fallen in love with still life. Instagram posts of homely scenes are striking a chord with users taking a renewed interest in their outdoor environment Flowers in a vase on a ledge with a dragonfly, caterpillar, and butterfly by Rachel Ruysch, left, and Tuft of Marine Plants, Shells … Continuer la lecture »

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Are statues sacred objects?

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jul/23/trump-portland-confederate-monuments-racism-history Take it from a historian. We don’t owe anything to Confederate monuments. by  Timothy Snyder Trump spends so much time defending statues not because he cares about history, but precisely because he doesn’t. ‘The president of the United States has declared that the entities that enjoy rights are not people but monuments.’ Photograph: Steve … Continuer la lecture »

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Tate restaurant 1920s mural depicted as racist

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2020/aug/04/tate-removes-reference-to-amusing-restaurant-after-racist-images-in-mural-draw-anger Exclusive: gallery removes reference to venue as ‘most amusing room in Europe’ as calls grow for artwork’s removal The mural in the Rex Whistler restaurant depicts the enslavement of a black child and other racist imagery. Tate Britain has removed a reference to its restaurant as “the most amusing room in Europe” after complaints … Continuer la lecture »

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If Famous Faces From Classical Paintings Discovered Selfies

American Gothic – Grant Wood, 1930 In “Classicool” the subjects of the paintings abandon their classical pose and take over the canvas to literally “paint themselves”. Some of the most famous classical portraits and self-portraits in the world are reborn within the digital ecosystem of social networks. These are not just memes shared on social … Continuer la lecture »

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