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Surrealism Research Task

Artists: Andre Breton (1896-1966): A French writer and poet, best known as the "Founder of Surrealism". Rene© Emigrate (1898-1967): A Belgian Surrealist artist who became well known for his witty and thought-provoking images that challenges observers' preconditioned perceptions of reality. Marcel Decamp (1887-1968): A French- American painter, sculptor and writer who challenged conventional thought about artistic processes and art marketing through subversive actions. He famously dubbed a urinal art and named it Fountain. Max Ernst (1891- 1976): A German painter and sculptor who was a primary pioneer of the Dada movement and Surrealism, and famous for his declaiming works. Man Ray (1890-1976): an American modernist artist best known for his experimental photography and as creator of the Ray-O- Graph. Joan Mirror...

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Avant-Garde fashion history

Context Page Introduction 2 History of avian-garden 2-3 Avian-garden in fashion history 3 Contemporary fashion and avian-garden 3 Discussion of Suzan Hens' autumn/ winter collection 4 Discussion of Assistant Louse's 2011 autumn/winter collections-5 Discussion of Black Coffee's 2013 winter collection 5-6 Discussion of Luda Inglenooks 2012 autumn/winter collection 6-7 Discussion of Taboo Machete's 2012 collection 7 Conclusion 7-8 List of Illustrations 9-13 List of References 14-15 What is avian-garden and how does it fit into South African contemporary fashion design? In order for one to determine if you are for or against avian-garden, and pacifically in relations to South African avian-garden, one must first define avian- garden and explore the origin and history of the movement. According to The Oxford Dictionary...

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My opinion on Picasso works

I have studied Picasso work because it is simply spectacular. The way he makes the cubists painting is amazing, he can show more than Just one viewpoint in a single angle which makes the painting that much better because it is like an entire book in a single picture. The layers and colors that express the emotions of this Weeping Woman are shown so clearly. The expression 'Cry my eyes out' She literally cries her eyes out, they pop out of the eye socket. Cubism is a type of art technique that allows you to see more than one viewpoint of he picture from Just a single angle; so you see the emotions that she is expressing. By 1937 the great...

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Dadaism And Surrealism

Introduction: The 19th. Century was an era of invention and discovery. The horrors of the First World War led to widespread social trauma. People found consolation in art and literature, and used it as a way to express their outrage caused by the war. People demented a form of expression that was honest, realistic, and critical of political and social behaviors. This Disillusionment following the war manifested itself in a number of ways, sparking artistic, literary, philosophical, musical, and cultural movements. In contrast to pre-war artistic movements, such as Impressionism, post- ar art became bleak and cynical, changing the rules, abandoning tradition. Literature mirrored the artistic movements in exposing the atrocities committed during the world war. Some people were revolted by...

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Pablo picasso and marcel duchamp

Pablo Picasso & Marcel Decamp Pablo Picasso is one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He was born in Spain but worked mainly in France, where he became the most well-known artist of his time. Picasso massive output of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and ceramics was inspired by many different sources. In the early sass, Picasso developed a movement that signified him, it was known as "cubism". This movement marked the beginning of modernism. Marcel Decamp has been known for his rebellious ideas and actions in the 20th century. He was born in France but moved to the USA, and became a US citizen in 1955. His works were known as "Ready-made". Duchess's ready-made changed what art meant....

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Nonideological Modernism: Breslau Artists in the 1920s

Although Breslau’s artistic life coalesced around the Academy, the diverse per- sonalities and interests of Brcslau artists made the community truly significant. Looking back on his years in Breslau, the artist Alexander Camaro said. “On the one hand, we have truly lost this city (Breslau], on the other hand, it was an exceedingly fruitful cultural epoch and a spiritually liberal city. Not least, through the concentration, a fortunate combination of a circle of creative men. that seldom occurs.” Camaro implies that the cultural developments in Breslau were particular to the Weimar “epoch” and to Breslau itself. As Carl Lange realized, the situation in the East was a paradox. Breslau seemed isolated and remote, yet artists who went there discovered a...

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Impressionism Vs Cubism

Art, harmonizing to Webster? s Dictionary, is a human accomplishment of look of other objects by painting, pulling, and sculpture. Peoples have used art as a signifier of look for a long clip. From the Mesopotamian epoch to the Classical Greeks and the present. Art is expressed in many different ways and manners, and is quickly altering, one manner replacing another. Impressionism and Cubism broke off from the traditional manner of painting. They were both looking for a new manner to show mundane life. Time is an of import tool that is used in Cubism every bit good as Impressionism. This component is expressed in Claude Monet? s Sunrise and Pablo Picasso? s Man with a Violin in different ways. Impressionists?...

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Pablo Picasso ‘Girl with a Mandolin’- Cubism Movement

In 1907 Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque founded the art motion known as Cubism. This manner of painting revolutionised modern abstract art during the twentieth century. Pablo Picasso was a Spanish Painter who was born in the nineteenth Century. His endowments were recognised at an early age for his realistic technique. During his adolescence his picture manner changed drastically as he experimented with different theories. techniques and thoughts. Picasso is best known for the initiation of Cubism with Georges Barque. Picasso thought. “Paintings are level. sculptures are three-dimensional. Why can non paintings be made to see things from different waies? ” His dissatisfaction with the way of his art lead him to pull inspiration from Gallic painter Paul Cezanne. Cezanne took...

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Why Did Picasso Go Back To Cubism

Pablo Picasso was born in the twelvemonth 1881 ; he lived through the First World War, through the Spanish civil war and through the Second World War1. Of these epochs of human calamity, the Spanish civil war seemed to impact him the most. Picasso was in France during the belligerencies and as such was non obligated to contend for either side during the war. Despite Picasso 's strong communist propensities his attachment to pacificism meant that he would non assist in the battle against the Patriots straight. When Franco 's fascists gave the green visible radiation to the Nazi Luftwaffe to level the wholly defenceless town of Guernica it gave the universe a minute of intermission. The ensuing deceases of...

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Pablo Picasso And Cubism

In 1907, Picasso began turning weary of conventional picture aims and techniques, so he experimented with the painting `` Les Demoiselles d'Avignon '' ,  ( `` The Young Women of Avignon '' ) . The name of the picture was originally called `` My Brothel. '' It is widely debated that it was the first analytic cubist picture, and, may be the most of import art work of the century. At the age of 26, Picasso transformed his manner and technique to something wholly diverse and alone. It was a discovery from all his old creative activities. The impact this picture had on the art universe can be compared to an earth temblor ; everything that was accepted and considered...

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