Tired of snow pics? Here's some scifi art I made, a tribute Subterranean - The greatest (single-doored) music venue in Wicker Park history! ;)
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[US] Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art (2020) - An American crime documentary about the largest art fraud in American history set in the super rich, super obsessed and super fast art world of New York. netflix.com/title/8140633…
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[15F] Guess who’s back, back again - me. Tada. Perverse sense of humour, cursed art, really into languages and history. Looking for long term friends who can joke around with me and stuff. If you’re from outside the US, that’s honestly the coolest shit ever and I’m gonna ask you what it’s like there reddit.com/gallery/lj58oy
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It is being described as one of the biggest attacks on art and antiquities in post-war German history, but it has taken more than two weeks to emerge. At least 70 artefacts were sprayed with an oily liquid on Berlin's Museum Island, a Unesco world heritage site that is home to five famous museums. bbc.com/news/world-europe…
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Aside from a puzzling lack of pants, this art will go down in meme history by way of the fact it was created in early February.
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The decline of the relevance of Art History?

I would be curious as to what others think about something I've witnessed over the last couple decades. With the rise of digital media, a lot of isms became more like "styles" to a lot of younger students. I would chalk this up to the highly niche atmosphere that they're currently living in. Another thing I've noticed is a lack of really basic art historical knowledge. I'm not saying this to come off as "Old man yells at cloud" but would rather like to investigate as to why others may think this is. I often attend the Art History visiting speakers that are available in my community, and I've also noticed that the topics of the talks has also shifted from being about an artist of the past, but rather concerned with how that relates to the current age we live in. As an example, a recent (a couple years ago) lecture I attended billed itself as being about Zurburan, and I thought great, but when I attended, it was only about one of his models. The people attending (tons of foundation students as it is required of them) didn't really learn anything about Zurburan himself, but rather the same trappings we'd imagine come with a lecture like this.

A couple other points I'd to make too. Is I have no problem with taking a critical look at artists of the past, and the "old white dudes' (I can't believe it's still ok to say that in public Universities) . What I'm wondering is are we losing something by not simply teaching more about people, and their work, rather than putting a contemporary revisioning of the power dynamics present in their lives and how they relate to the present. Again, I don't think there's anything wrong with academics pursuing these avenues, I welcome it, but I wonder if it's the best way to actually educate people about the past.

So. Simply put. Are we teaching Art History all wrong? Especially to young artists?

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Do you have history of art as a subject in middle and high school?

In italy you have two hours in middle school (11-13) very chill and we draw also. In high school (14-18) it depends: in the liceo classico (humanistic path) only for two hours per week in the last three years, in the liceo scientifico same and in the others also i guess, only the liceo artistico has five hours of history of art per week for all the five years.

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A Comprehensive Illustrated History of Film as an Art Form
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The History of Fantasyland (aka Galaxyland) Part 2... with original concept art of the park! youtu.be/9HDvTGmf6P8
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Adam Driver's nonprofit, Arts in the Armed Forces (AITAF), celebrates Black History Month: "We at AITAF celebrate the monumental contributions and accomplishments of Black Americans, as well as acknowledge the systemic racism embedded in our history and institutions." twitter.com/AITAF/status/…
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The Art of Video Games was a 2012 exhibition by the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The exhibition highlighted the evolution of art within the video game medium over its forty-year history. It included five playable games: Pac-Man, Super Mario Bros., The Secret of Monkey Island, Myst, and Flower. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The…
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My passion is to educate children, young people and adults about the history of art. Unfortunately, the job market leaves a lot to be desired at the moment, which is why I have designed and realized my own K.K. exhibition. 🎸 v.redd.it/cizhop4v6kf61
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Timeline of Western Art History
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How can we remove the toxic history of an artist from their art?
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3 Prolific Artist Friendships That Changed the Course of Art History news.artnet.com/art-world…
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Why have so many of the major Muslim empires, throughout history, seemed so distinctively lenient towards science, art, and other religions?

I was thinking it might just be because a few of them (e.g. the first Islamic Empire) were in incredibly safe and powerful spots to begin with, and so that might just allow them to afford more leniency than less stable kings could. But if that were true then every powerful empire would presumably be like them, or at least a lot more of them, which obviously isn't true.

Or could it be that the stereotype of the pious and luxurious Caliph is just that, and they had their fare share of religious or scientific persecution? If that's true it would be an incredible shame.

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New art installation at Comanche Lookout Park honors 10,000+ year history of indigenous ancestors of San Antonio ksat.com/news/local/2021/…
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Fighting in the Age of Loneliness: (2018) - A five-part history of Mixed Martial Arts, and its parallels to the struggles of modern society [01:56:38] youtu.be/-DoaUyMGPWI
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Art from the game we are working on - Archer. The Witch's Wrath. The goal is to master the bow and become the greatest archer in the history of these fantasy lands.
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accidentally uploaded this picture of julian with a cat to an art history assignment πŸ’” reddit.com/gallery/kjcm3q
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Botticelli : Dante's hell in art (2021) - Documentary about Botticelli's work Dante's Divine Comedy and the background history of how the work begins, ends, lost in the centuries and resurface at 19th century. Today, his famous works attract hundreds of thousands of gallery visitors. [00:42:25] youtube.com/watch?v=VLjOY…
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La Mission - one of many places in Aztlan that tells the stories of our people's struggle through beautiful art and rich history in the search of our identity as Chicano/as reddit.com/gallery/lc9www
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Hey Anchorage! I’m auctioning my BEST art work to raise money for Wasilla High School’s rebranding / celebrate and educate on Dena’ina history! πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’œ Please bid and/or share, this is so important to me and the next generation of Alaskan youth. 😊 wcwf.betterworld.org/auct…
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Are paintings worth a lot because of the art itself or the significance it had on history?

Like was it important because it showed the different art styles of the time? Or was it just because it's a really good painting?

Was it because it showed the artist's life at the time and showed their emotions? Or is it because it was made in that specific time period?

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Marvel Saga Omnibus? With the Releases of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (regular & deluxe) Omnibus, how long until we see the full Marvel Saga - the original Official History of the Marvel Universe? Despite the history's evolution, it's GREAT reading with classic and new art mixed in.
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The Museum: the gang visit the museum of Natural History. Jerry is puzzled by dinosaurs and gets the tour guides personal number, while George refuses to pay the coat check fee, claiming he'll carry his own coat. Kramer gets mistaken for living moving art, while Elaine is stuck in the mummies.
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Kintsugi ('golden repair') is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer mixed with powdered gold. As a philosophy, it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, embracing flaws and imperfections rather than disguising them.
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The Sculpture of Rome: An Art Book Pictorial Adventure Through Rome (Incredible History) amazon.com/gp/product/B08…
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The History of Fluffies Part 1: Before the Booru. Art by OhNoOhPlsNo. reddit.com/gallery/jygejs
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In the book "The art of war" Sun Tzu said "Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt" Whats a good example of this occurring during history?
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[Kaboly] January 27. What a day in the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Art Rooney Sr. was born in 1901, Chuck Noll was hired in 1969 and both Terry Bradshaw and Mel Blount were drafted in 1970. mobile.twitter.com/MarkKa…
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The most famous dickhead in the history of art: majolica plate with composition of phalluses (1536), Francesco Urbini, Oxford Ashmolean museum.
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Throughout the history of ideas, what are ways in which people have attempted to define art?
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I think that Margaret was one of the best boss fights in Resident Evil history. Anyone agree? Art by DemonLeon3D
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Art of Persia (2020) - Three part BBC series looking at the history of Persia (Iran) through art and literature. [2:51:21] youtube.com/watch?v=cbdI4…
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concept art of something cool coming never in history reddit.com/gallery/ldxu0v
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Are there "movements" in the history of the culinary arts, as there is in music, painting, etc?

There seem to be certain dishes and ingredients that are in vogue for a time and then fall out of fashion, but nothing like the difference between, baroque classical and country western, or realism and surrealism. Is it that there's simply less room for experimentation and improvisation in the culinary arts? Are the culinary arts limited by the number of ingredients and possible combinations or methods of preparation in a way that other arts aren't? We're able, and can afford, to take big risks and push boundaries in "art for art's sake", but at the end of the day we need our food to be edible at least most of the time; it's an art that also needs to be functional. It's interesting to think about the artistic drive and how it manifests in all the different areas of life, and what it means for our most basic, human nature and behavior that they exist balanced on this spectrum between art and functionality. What are your thoughts?

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Art from the game we are working on - Archer. The Witch's Wrath. The goal is to master the bow and become the greatest archer in the history of these fantasy lands.
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Was asked to repost ..still very proud of my art for Black History Month !!!! πŸ₯²β€οΈβ˜•οΈ
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Just finished my Tribute art to one of tge Greatest Teacher's in Anime History... Lord Jiraiya. Hope you enjoy!
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Sketch of a bull for art history
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The reigning queen of the worst prom in cinematic history, art by me
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/r/4thEstate is a subreddit for the appreciation of journalism as an art and discussion of the field's history. reddit.com/r/4thEstate/
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Hey guys, I made a Far East inspired regional map for anyone who wants to use it for future campaigns. This is the equatorial continent of Takessia that sits to the far South East of the world I'm building up. A bit of history in the comments if you're interested... [OC] [Art]
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You’re a time traveler who was tasked to change history by giving your select army in history modern equipment, tactics, strategy and the art of manufacturing, which army will you give such to?
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Attack on History of Art
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Textbook - Art History 100 Book - the short story of art

Hi :))) I need the art history 100 book called The Short Story of Art by Susie Hodge, does anyone have it? thank you so much !

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