Samples "Art"

Art

South America is a part of the land that has a long and rich history. Numerous tribes and even several empires were existing in the continent in ancient times – Maya and Aztec, in particular. Large cities, pyramids, and palaces were part of the South American culture until the European...

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National films cultures are determined by the common history of the people. They are determined by a common religion, and traditions of art and literature that have evolved over time (Nochimson, p. 14). Until the British arrived in the late 18th and early 19th century, national culture in India enjoyed...

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Following World War I, the world saw a number of drastic changes that had long lasting influences for years to come. Many monumental events occurred, such as the “Great Migration,” and women finally earning the right to vote. While certainly a time of great growth throughout the 1920s, undoubtedly, the...

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It’s hard to see at that the story in “Exit through the Gift Shop” will take us down a very interesting and even hilarious path by the end. It starts with a shop owner named Thierry who lives in Los Angeles and is a French immigrant. He is married and...

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Introduction Andy Warhol was a major force in the New York City art scene in late twentieth century. Unlike the artists of the previous centuries Warhol did not create art to celebrate and revere that which was prized in society, but rather used everyday objects such as a Campbell’s soup...

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The purpose of this paper is to write about my visit to the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design on Monument Avenue at North Davis Avenue, Richmond VA, when I went to see the special visiting exhibit entitled: “Ballet Pas de Deux: An Exhibition of Dance and Architecture.” This event...

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For the purposes of this assignment, I attended the John B. Davis Gallery to explore the exhibit at the time, entitled the “Undergraduate Art Exhibition and Scholarship Competition.” One of the artists displaying work in this exhibit was Karen Lei and it was her work, titled “Azalea” that stood out...

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The Mende people are a community that speaks the Mande language, and they inhabit in Sierra Leone and parts of the neighboring Liberia. Like any other community, the Mende people have their distinctive cultural art that defines them with the masking techniques and wooden masks being the most common and...

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For the purposes of this assignment, I attended the John B. Davis Gallery in spring of 2016. The title of the exhibition that I went to see was the “Undergraduate Art Exhibition and Scholarship Competition.” One of the artists displaying work in this exhibit was Cody Ingram and it was...

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