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November 2, 2014
Daniel Sprick Exhibit Fictions

  A review on the Denver Art Museum's Exhibit "Fictions" by Artist Daniel Sprick. I remember wandering into the Denver Art museum and stumbling upon Daniel Sprick's work. Previously I only heard rumors about this kind of magnificence. A friend of mine, Tom T., posed for one of Daniel Sprick's paintings. Sprick's 33 piece series […]

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November 22, 2014
Camera Phones and Art; The Selfie as an Artistic Movement

In 1888, people made remarks about how you couldn't go outside without having your picture taken. The first handheld camera was invented in 1888 by George Eastman, it was called the Kodak #1. The handheld camera achieved enormous popularity with the invention of the Brownie Camera in 1910. As camera technology developed and because of […]

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December 4, 2014
The Grand Perversion

"What is perversion? It is not simply an aberration in relation to social criteria, an anomaly contrary to good morals, although this register is not absent, nor is it an atypicality according to natural criteria, namely that it more or less derogates from the reproductive finality of the sexual union. It is something else in […]

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December 9, 2014
Painting is my Religion

To know one's spiritual "other" exists, is in direct contradiction to belief, belief is blind. Plato defines belief as the opposite of knowledge. The consistencies in the development of spirituality, can be explained via the consistencies in human biology. We are chemical bags existing in a world made of “stuff”. Like chemical bags, people react […]

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December 29, 2014
Can Commercial Art be Fine Art?

If the artist isn't poor, then the artist isn't making "real" art. As a matter of fact real art is priceless. Like many of the capital goods produced in today's world, if it wasn't made from suffering it's not a viable product. I'd like to take the time to debunk this myth. Art is free of money. Just […]

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March 7, 2015
What is photorealism?

What is photorealism? Photorealism is the reproduction of a photograph including the lens aberration(s) and distortion(s). What defines renaissance art is the subject matter, and the use of the Atelier Method, in which an artist works from life. By 'life', I mean more often than not the renaissance artist was forced to work from sculptures and other artists painting's. Ideologically […]

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May 24, 2015
Banksy: A Question of Art and Utility

Can Art be Made for Money? Art for art’s sake is a slogan translated from the French l’art pour l’art, which was coined in the early 19th century by the French philosopher Victor Cousin. The phrase expresses the belief held by many writers and artists, especially those associated with Aestheticism-that art needs no justification, that it need serve no political, didactic, or […]

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May 31, 2015
He. She. It.

Objectification in Contemporary Media. I. What does it mean to be an object? What is objectification and how does it exist in art? Being an object means being perceived as an object. Being the subject means being perceived as a subject or person.[1] Objectification is breaking down the subject in terms of the subject’s relationship to the object. If […]

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June 14, 2015
Orientalism: Film and Culture

Orientalism: Film and Culture. Orientalists are famous for their scholarly portrayals of the non-west. According to the Guardian, "Jean-Léon Gérôme's painting The Snake Charmer is a sleazy imperialist vision of the east. A group of men sit on the ground watching a nude snake charmer, draped with a slithering phallic python, in front of glittering Islamic tiles […]

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June 28, 2015
Is Jurassic Park a Feminist Film?

First off: Jurassic Park is a wonderfully entertaining series, I've watched it many times. Film is a reflection of culture, and culture is largely patriarchal. Bad is another thought altogether. I had a professor argue that Picasso and Pollock were not good painters because they were womanizers, I'm not sure if the two are related. […]

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July 5, 2015
l’bizarre pour l’bizarre - Art for Quirks Sake

Modernism arrived when Manet painted “Olympia.” He critiqued representational art and the aristocracy's way of life. He used the very same nudes that he was critiquing to present his case.[1] Postmodernism arrived with Duchamp’s Urinal, he playfully challenged the significance of art at its core. If one were to simply put a urinal into an art gallery, […]

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October 11, 2015
Katy Perry, Banksy, and Postmodernism.

There is so much elitism in the art world that I jokingly tried to argue that Katy Perry was a postmodern performance artist to some artist friends only to be confronted with eye-rolls. Katy Perry is a pop singer known for "California Gurls". Her stylistic choices may look and sound like a generic pop band, […]

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