Fashion shared the same qualities of consumerist culture with pop art as one of their main features, thus many designers have been combining pop art and fashion together. Andy Warhol did not just silkscreen campbell cans or cokes on canvas. He was probably one of the artist to turn his art into a fashion item. Just like pop art turning into a mass culture fashion was starting to get attention too and Warhol decided to printed his art designs on a paper dresses which at the time was quite unusual. Even tho these paper dresses never lasted till the sixties it has to inspired some famous high end brands in the fashion world.
Would you want to swim with the works of art? Check out one of the swimming pools below! Today, when swimming has gradually become an integral part of relaxing culture, the combination of pools and art offers a new experience of admiring the artworks. How many swimming pools you immersed in this summer? Are you interested in its size, atmosphere, as well as its structure?
Anjali Simon Mr. Morris/ Mr. Reilly/ Mr. Hoffman American Studies 1242 25 May 2017 Andy Warhol and Pop Art “His art was interesting as phenomena, but not terribly deep” (Moss 1). These word are uttered by photographer Larry Fink, expressing his opinion on the paintings by Andy Warhol, and his influence during the Pop Art era. Pop Art used images from popular culture such as Marilyn Monroe and Campbell soup cans. Andy Warhol was a leading artist in the movement. Among his many painting are his CampBell 's soup cans and Heinz Ketchup bottle.
“The Open Window” is an oil painting by Henri Matisse made in the summer of 1905. It is a perfect example of the new art current which inspired French Art at the beginning of the century known as Fauvism. It represents the view from the window of the hotel’s room in Collioure in which the artist stayed. It is a small painting with sizes 55.3 x 46 cm, but it contains explosive and bright colors. Matisse has portrayed the scene in an inviting and light-filled way and with a large variety of tones and colors used to paint the boats floating on the calm sea and the sky during the sunset.
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One of these pictures is a headshot of Jerry Garcia, the band’s leader, which was used for a cover of Rolling Stone magazine in September of 1995. It is a close up image, containing Garcia from the neck up, and was more than likely used because of his death in August of the same year. Overall, the photographs and posters as well as other images help to showcase the band as well as their influence. The concert posters are an insight into their laid-back, psychedelic music style. It is an important part of this archive and is one of the more enticing sections because the images can tell a story of the life of the
Seurat unsuspiciously deeply influenced by French artist, Jean Francois Millet (1814 - 1875 ) and absorbed Millet’s subjects and his aspect of drawing. During year 1880, he began researching about the scientific knowledge about colour and optics to the art of painting. “Some said they see poetry in my paintings, I only see science.” said by Georges Seurat. Seurat believed by a combination or juxtaposition of primary colours and the complementaries are available to produce any colour. The result of focusing on colour analysis with a conscientious system of painting helps Seurat achieved into a new form of pictorial order.
He explores the links between Dadaism, Surrealism and postmodernism; all in which photography is a medium heavily used. We see influences from famous Dadaist and Surrealist photographers such as Man Ray, Alfred Steiglitz, Marcel Duchamp and Brassai - indeed, some of these photographers overlap into postmodernism; for example, Alfred Steiglitz’s photographs of Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” is a prime example of this. Sherrie Levine went on to appropriate Marcel Duchamp’s readymades. Whilst Dadaism was a political movement, and Surrealism a philosophical movement, both centred on deconstruction and re-representation - just like postmodernism. Foster goes through an explanation of modernism in order to be able to define postmodernism, and how postmodernism is a natural evolution: artists must move on from traditional methods of expression in order to continue making challenging works.
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Salvador Dali Salvador Dali Fragrances History Noted as jack of all arts, Salvador Dali was known initially for his remarkable paintings, but as the tag suggests, he had been engaged in films, sculpture, photography, and similar forms of interactive media. He has been at par with famous writers and artists whom he was conversing with since his training days in San Fernando Academy of Fine Arts onwards. His inclinations are realist classification of arts where he started his Surrealism and Cubism style in artworks. Perfume industry may be looked upon as something that is quite far from Salvador Dali’s line but it is at some point close. In fact, he once claimed in one of his work of arts that, “Of the five senses, the sense of smell conveys the sense of immortality”.