32,000+ Bauhaus Art Objects Made Available Online by Harvard Museum Website You may have first encountered the word Bauhaus as the name of a campy, arty post-punk band that influenced goth music and fashion. But you’ll also know that the band took its name from an even more influential art movement begun in Germany in 1919 by Walter Gropius. The appropriation makes sense; like the band, Bauhaus artists often leaned toward camp—see, for example, their costume parties—and despite their serious commitment, had a sense of humor about their endeavor to radically alter European art and design.
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Category:Supported by Projet Phoebus Cancel Edit Delete Preview revert Text of the note (may include Wiki markup) Could not save your note (edit conflict or other problem). Blacklist Check Blacklist Check Right here and now you can check to see if your IP address is listed on an anti-spam database. Will your emails or forum chats get blocked? 1.8 Million Free Works of Art from World-Class Museums: A Meta List of Great Art Available Online Since the first stirrings of the internet, artists and curators have puzzled over what the fluidity of online space would do to the experience of viewing works of art. At a conference on the subject in 2001, Susan Hazan of the Israel Museum wondered whether there is “space for enchantment in a technological world?” She referred to Walter Benjamin’s ruminations on the “potentially liberating phenomenon” of technologically reproduced art, yet also noted that “what was forfeited in this process were the ‘aura’ and the authority of the object containing within it the values of cultural heritage and tradition.” Evaluating a number of online galleries of the time, Hazan found that “the speed with which we are able to access remote museums and pull them up side by side on the screen is alarmingly immediate.”
Dutch Paintings of the Seventeenth Century The emergence of the Dutch school of painting in the early seventeenth century is one of the most extraordinary phenomena in the history of the visual arts. The Netherlands had only recently become a political entity and was still suffering from the effects of a long and arduous war with Spain. Yet the small republic’s success in gaining independence from such a powerful adversary resulted in an enormous sense of self-esteem. The Dutch were proud of their achievements, proud of their land, and intent upon creating a form of government that would provide a broad and lasting foundation for the future. They expressed pride in their unique social and cultural heritage in many ways, but most famously in their rich artistic traditions. This online catalog of the National Gallery of Art’s remarkable collection of Dutch seventeenth-century paintings, which launched in April 2014, was written by curator Arthur K.
10 Ways to Create Comics Online Creating cartoons and comic strips can be a good way to get reluctant writers writing. While creating comics you and your students can work through the elements of fiction in a context that is fun and familiar to them. Witty Comics provides a simple platform that students can use to create two character dialogues. To use Witty Comics students just need to select the pre-drawn background scenes and the pre-drawn characters they want to feature in their comics. Watching the Watchers: A typology of Instagram art photos Shoulders calmly lowered, neck slightly bent and attention squarely focused on well-lit works of art. The artwatcher has recently emerged as an Instagram subgenre, its adherents committed to revealing all the ways we can interact with art, be that art ever so traditionally, and untouchably displayed on a museum wall. Let’s quickly glance at a few examples and then discuss the sometimes underrated virtues of the format. Want more? Profiles like artwatchers_united an art_watchers have got you covered while more specialized feeds like rockthatmuseumkid are helping to perfect the form. OK, so it’s people in galleries.
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