When you think of Heinrich Schliemann do you think of him as a hero or a fraud? I personally believe he is a hero because he paved the way for modern archaeology. Unfortunately many people believe he was a crook by smuggling his own findings and using former archaeologists information to find excavating sites . The video clip: Mask of Agamemnon, the persuasive essay: Heinrich Schliemann, the father of archeology and Heinrich Schliemann, archeological con artist. All of these sources have their similarities and differences.
Joseph Beuys was a controversial figure according to The Art Story he had connections to the Nazi party and most of his work was very controversial itself. His controversial personality adds to his work as his controversy followed his work. Pablo Picasso’s work never was controversial and was used to display personal experiences. Both artist works are from personal experience and try to show social ideas. Joseph Beuys personal experiences were in different art periods and different times but both artist used personal experience to address universal artist ideas.
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This article confirm that the media was portraying anti Mexican feelings, tried to bash Mexican Americans by using derogatory names, and made it seem like the strike wasn 't violent. The media had heavy impact to what they were informing readers, and the media misinformed their audience allowing the Mexican American community to face the repercussions. The Mexican American culture and integrity was demolished because the media were unbiased, subjective, money based organizations. The media allowed injustice acts occur in front of them, and advertised this discrimination to make economic profit. So the media is often accused guilty for enhancing the Zoot Suit
Satire has been a prevalent feature of his works, and this particular one wouldn’t be as effective without it. A great example is how Baca described an “asthmatic” political leader with a “nest of wrinkles on his face” declaring to “flashing waves of lightbulbs [and] cameramen” that Mexicans stealing jobs is a major issue in today’s society. In reality, there are more pressing issues than a group of people supposedly wanting to take over your country that originally belonged to some other group of natives, but we don’t want to get too non-PC right now. Another interesting visual that Baca conjures up is the “millions and millions” of minorities struggling to survive “below that cool green sea of money.” These people spend most of their lives searching for pearls and a bit of cake. There is also a helping of hyperbole present here as well.
Fairey was born in Charleston in the 1970’s and started his artistic career by working in street art (Novak). One of his first forays into street art was the Andre the Giant sticker which was made in response to a friend saying that Andre the Giant was not cool and not worth making a stencil of. The stickers became widely popular and ended up everywhere, stuck to everywhere in sight, and eventually Fairey expanded his outreach by making larger and larger versions of the Andre the Giant stencil, most with the word “OBEY” underneath his face. In the Bansky film “Exit through the Gift Shop” Fairey says that the whole point of the “OBEY” series was to show the power of repetition, stating that the more the artwork was seen made people question what its meaning was. This repetition, Fairey says, gave the work power from its “perceived power”, even though the stencil, in the end, was pretty much an inside
Impact of Edgar Allan Poe on American Culture “Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality” (Edgar Allan Poe). For many readers, when they hear the name “Edgar Allan Poe” they think of horror and suspense. Additionally, the pictures and themes made by Edgar Allan Poe had a huge impact on the accompanying ages and works of different writers, with the goal that they even moved toward becoming submerged into the pop culture. During this time Edgar Allan Poe was becoming a prosperous writer, two of his most famous works are, “The Raven.” and “The Fall of the House of Usher.” Poe 's life had various hardships that inspired his work. Pursuers can obviously observe the association with Poe and the other individuals throughout his life to the characters in his words and stories.
Media in our modern era is the main source of information. What the media reports and says is what shapes our societies views and ideas on certain issues or events. Therefor the media is a powerful industry but sometimes they can be misleading and fickle. In Crocodile Tears Steve Irwin, an aussie icon, is brutally abused and targeted by the media but when he dies the media instantly changes its brutal view into a "heartfelt" sorrow attitude. In Crocodile Tears author Jack Marx uses stylistic features to make people aware of the harsh truth of how the media operates, through manipulation and fickle beliefs they can damage a person image and
Chapter 8 stated that a transformation engine, such as Burning Man has been creating an actual difference in humanity as Burning Man allows individuals “to break out of the box that confines us” (158). The festival has converted to a type of specialized improvement and is now a destination for the Silicon Valley elite to step outside and go big since Burning Man inspires a huge amount of theory. In my opinion, the author writes, “the mythical has been replaced by the empirical” because ideas that are hard to understand and seems impossible became a reality with the aid of STER. So, the mythical or ideas were then demonstrated by execution and experiences rather than just a concept: “Attendees treat the playa as an oversized sandbox—a place
Boogie was born Vladimir Milivojevich in Belgrade, the capital of what was then Yugoslavia and now Serbia. Boogie began photographing the civil war that ravaged his country in the 1990s, which has influenced his body of work. His style is dark and reflects subject matters that he typically shoots such as city degradation, protests and portraits of “skinheads”. Boogie is famous for his street photography and currently lives in Brooklyn but travels the world for his photography. He has had multiple solo exhibitions in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Milan, Istanbul and Los Angeles.
Someone once said, “ Mr. Brady has done something to bring home to us the terrible reality and earnestness [sic] of war. If he has not brought bodies and laid them in our dooryards and along streets, he has done something very like it," ("Matthew Brady Photographer."). The photos showed truth and reality about war. It took away any fantasies about it. Many people would go and see the art galleries.
The writer makes his character go through very emotional and traumatizing events which can only appeal to readers as pathos. Jack narrates in first person which makes the story seem more reliably true, Jack 's perspective is brought up many times when being introduced to new surroundings. Upon moving to st. croix Jack discovers the dark truth about his town. “Drugs were available everywhere at all times.” Gantos 57. Jack is keen to narrate his journey in first person, which gives the story many anecdotes.
In the newspaper article Youth Gangs Leading Cause of Delinquencies written by Gene Sherman for the Los Angeles Times, Sherman hits many hard facts regarding the relationship between the youth of the time and the local gangs. Overtime the largely popular Zoot Suits became a badge of delinquency, with more and more of our youth donning these new relaxed and mobile suits they where just assumed to belong to a gang even if they had no official gang ties. “Motives for gang warfare are ridiculous in adult eyes but sometimes lead to planned an bloody fighting” With little to no provocation a war could break out on the street. Just for looking at someone the “wrong” way could end with a knife in your gut. The Zoot Suits themselves were not to