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The Artist's Reality: Philosophies of Art. Mark Rothko

The Artist's Reality: Philosophies of Art


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The Artist's Reality: Philosophies of Art Mark Rothko
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Feb 3, 2014 - The title of the late Arthur Danto's final book is bold. Fernando Casas: Although I am primarily a visual artist, as you said, I studied philosophy and teach it regularly. May 25, 2014 - This video and others that Rodger put on his YouTube channel were full of language that was immediately recognizable to many: He was speaking the lingo of the “pick-up artist” (PUA) community that feminists have been raising alarms about for many years now, arguing that it's a breeding ground for misogynist resentment and .. At some point Rodger lost touch with what we would consider to be reality and some sort of separate psychopathic personality emerged. Jan 28, 2014 - Comment on this. FC: Ropes also “stitch” images of successive “moments of time” and symbolize reality emerging from coordinated interplay of many elements, for no single strand runs the length of the rope but all twisted together create a structure of indefinite extension. Mar 15, 2014 - My philosophy on art is very much parallel to my philosophy on life. May 22, 2013 - As the artist himself explains of his work, “Light is not so much something that reveals as it is itself the revelation.” This “problem of objectivity” is one of the great themes of both modern art and twentieth-century philosophy. Oct 2, 2006 - Of course, the nature of one's philosophy need not be explicitly defined and understood; an artist's sense of life (his subconscious appraisal of existence) is the source of his art, but his sense of life need not be (and more often, is not) consciously defined in objective terms. How could someone be so brash as to answer a question that has vexed artists, critics, and historians for hundreds—if not thousands—of years? 7 days ago - Pistoletto, a visionary figure who believes artists have a mission to change the world, jokes that our antipasti are tantamount to arte povera food – their simple and honest ingredients reflecting the philosophies of the revolutionary artistic and social movement he launched way back in the 1960s. Now, contrast that with Ayn Rand's aesthetic theory, a remarkable achievement, the product of a brilliant mind ruthlessly honest toward reality and the nature of man's consciousness. Relationships between ideas and emotions are the direct focus with themes of micro and macro reality through the experiences of subjectivity. Walking among such works, on a floor devoted to his art, is like being confronted with an almost unbearable reality. Philosophical ideas have influenced my art to a great extent. Aug 27, 2010 - The passive spectator who takes pleasure in images while ignoring their production and the reality they conceal is taken to represent the betrayal of art's political efficacy and to display her own alienation and 'self-dispossession'. The emancipation of the spectator might begin with the realisation that viewing actively transforms and interprets its objects; what she sees, feels and understands from the performance is not necessarily what the artist thinks she must (14). I tuck into my roasted carrots, .

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