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Performing Arts Essay

The Development of the Modern Art Market in Britain
According to the research findings, it can, therefore, be said that British market of modern art consists of a large number of sole agents, auction houses, and small enterprises; they appear to serve as a part of the distribution system in the art market. There are also dealers who operate on the local level, as well as regionally and internationally.
Pages: 13 (3250 words), Essay
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The Emotional Content Of Dance
In watching the movements of the ballerina Galina Ulanova with her partner Vladimir Preobrazhensky in The Waltz in C# from Les Sylphides, the movement is delicate, yet precise. (Galina) I knew that every move was rehearsed and that every strained muscle in her body was responding as she commanded, yet her movement seemed effortless as if from a core though.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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The Art Controversy of Mapplethorpe and Serrano
He went ahead to capture in his frame some starkly bold moments of eroticism and the incongruous that have irked many. His collection called The Perfect Moment with works like ‘Man in Polyester Suit’, ‘Rosie’ (Levinson, 1990), those with depictions of female bodybuilder Lisa Lyon’s body parts captured with sensuality combined with the erotic (Levinson, 1990) are some of the evidences of his experimentations. His content mainly centred on artistic exploitation of human body making
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Essay
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The Essence of Humanism Seen Through the Villa Rotunda
He has designed twenty villas in Venetian Minland during his lifetime and almost all of them are regarded as beautiful example of renaissance arts; however, the villa rotunda possesses a distinguished position among all of his works and it has been regarded as the finest and subtle art work of Palladio that is alive even after centuries (Howard and Deborah, 1980, p224). The essay aims to present an insightful analysis of the villa from the perspective of exploring the speculation of the
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Essay
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The Racial Prejudice of Othello the Moor of Venice and the Merchant of Venice
In the opening Act of Othello the Moor of Venice the reader is immediately introduced to the concept of race as Iago and Roderigo inform Desdemona’s father Barbantio that Desdemona and Othello have been, “making the beast with two backs” (I.i.118). In this scene, Othello is described with derisive racial terms.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Essay
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The Link Between Art, Popular Culture And Commerce
The status of truly world-renowned artists has never been higher, as can be measured in the huge market prices that are achieved by works of living artists such as Damien Hirst, and more recently deceased artists like Picasso and Van Gogh. Some of the Renaissance masterpieces by Michelangelo and da Vinci also command almost priceless valuations.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Essay
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The Elegance of Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa’s fame is evident from the fact that every year almost six million visitors from different countries come to the Musée du Louvre in Paris to see the great portrait of Mona Lisa. Employing all qualities of a great painting, Mona Lisa is still one of the most admired paintings of the present era.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Essay
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The Thorns of Becketts Endgame in modern or post-modern period
Some of the critics, such as Davies (2009), suggest that this disability might be interpreted as loss of identity others believe it to be a representation of a social alienation and ignorance; others believe that Hamm’s blindness is an internal one.Several critics, hesitant or incapable of appreciating Beckett’s pronounced miserable perception of the malevolent senselessness of the universe, begin looking for more tolerable analyses or for ‘the nuances’ (Paladino 2009). The boy at the
Pages: 14 (3500 words), Essay
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The Message of Art Matters
Art as an expression reflects what is happening in a certain society and culture. If art is a work output, then it must come from inside of the artist. The freedom of every individual lets him explore the vastness of his creativity exploding into varied concepts of supreme work of art and achievements.A true artist paints his soul. Every brushstroke, the choice of the medium, the color combination, the subject, the light intensity and the tone, all contributes to the message that the artists
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The Painting and Sculpture in Modern Art
Marilyn Munroe, I, was made by an American called James Rosenquist in the year 1962. His aim was to promote the Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection. The art feature one of the popular female artists known as Marilyn Monroe. The goal of the artist was social and he used the image of the prominent Marilyn as a selling point of this work.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Essay
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