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Museum Of Modern Art

 MUSEUM REPORT ‘İSTANBUL MUSEUM of modern art’ ISTANBUL MUSEUM OF MODERN ART History of the Museum In 1987, the project of Istanbul Modern arose at the first International Contemporary Art Exhibition, namely the International Istanbul Biennial. Nejat F. Eczacıbaşı, founder of Istanbul Foundation of Culture and Arts, impressed by the dynamism of the exhibition and proceeded to establish a modern art museum which is permanent. The Feshane, textile manufacturing...

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Museum of Modern Art in New York

Museum of Modern Art in New York Roxanne Briano The Museum of Modern Art in New York City is the world’s leading modern art. Its exhibits have been a major influence in creating and stimulating popular awareness of modern art and its accompanying diversity of its styles and movements. The museum’s outstanding collections of modern painting, sculpture, drawings, and prints range from Impressionisms to current movements. Moreover, there are exhibits of modern architecture, industrial design, sculpture...

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ART 185 Museum Of Modern Art: George Seurat

ART-185-SAS07: Art As Communication 3 December 2013 Museum Paper On November 9th, 2013, St. Josephs College hosted a field trip into New York City. The purpose of this field trip was to transport us into the city, and have the students visit a major art museum. There were a few different choices, the students had, but most went straight to the Metropolitan Museum of Art because the admission to the museum was whatever you want to contribute. However, we took a different approach. My friend...

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Museum of Modern Art and Prominent Figures

1.) Write the Full form of the following a.)PNG b.) PDF c.)JPEG d.)BASIC e.)ROM f.)DVD g.)GIF h.)LAN i.) VDU j.)CLUT 2.) Match the following Painters with their arts a. Michelangelo ____ A. Morning Haze b. Leonardo Da Vinci ____ B. The Sleeping Gypsy c. Salvador Dali ____ C. Persistence of Memory d. Pablo Picasso ____ D.The Swing e. Henri Rousseau ____ E. The Last Supper f. Henri Matisse ____ F. Gueraica g. Claude Monet ____ G. The Starry Night h. Pierre Auguste...

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Conceptual Art

Conceptual Art – Essay ”In conceptual art the idea or concept is the most important aspect of the work. When an artist uses a conceptual form of art, it means that all if the planning and decisions are made beforehand and the execution is a perfunctory affair. The idea becomes a machine that makes the art.” (Sol LeWitt, Artforum 1967, Paragraphs on Conceptual Art.) Conceptual art is a form of art where the idea is the most important aspect and the product or work of art, if there is any at...

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Allocation of Museum Capital

Every privately owned company’s goal is to minimize their costs as much as possible. Museums, which are operated similar to private companies, have the same goal. In order to decide where to allocate their capital a museum must asses some essential questions such as what attracts visitors to their museum, what is the opportunity cost to allocating capital to one resource over another and how the museum can maximize the use of the funds spent. These questions depend on many external, constantly changing...

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A Formal Analysis of Art

A Formal Analysis of Art Darlene Traci Kepner ART/101 February 17, 2013 Karen Witt A Formal Analysis of Art The visual literacy of line usage by both artists is extremely different from one another. Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" Sayre, H. M, (2010) (Fig.73) and LeWitt's "Wall Drawing No. 681” Sayre, H. M, (2010) (Fig.77) portray subject matter of different compositions. However, both depictions of art, also express, different qualities, styles, and eras. Van Gogh is from the eighteenth century...

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Art Institute of Chicago

Art Institute of Chicago Art Museum 1. For this assignment I choose to visit the Art Institute of Chicago. I choose to journey down town to see the so much talked about Vincent Van Gogh exhibit. As a waited in line I meet a student of Colombia College he told me that you do not have to pay to get in donations are welcome. I was confused and unsure what he meant. He explained to me that College students could offer a donation of one dollar or fifty cents as admission to the museum. So from the start...

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Cubism Art

Cubism Art Cubism is the fragmenting of three-dimensional forms into areas of pattern and color, overlapping and intertwining so that shapes and parts of the human anatomy are seen from the front and back at the same time. Cubism was first introduced to the world in 1907 by Picasso and Braque. Its introduction, into the art world, changed the viewer's visual representation. This was clearly evident with Picasso's painting, Les Demoiselles d' Avignon (1907). Many found this painting very disturbing...

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Function of Art

Function of Art Art connects people by offering an idea they can relate to. It is important as it helps to improve and learn in areas of communication, expression, and historical understanding. Another reason art is important is its interwoven relationship with culture on the basis that culture is articulated and influenced by art. It is a way to communicate and express ones thoughts and dreams through cinema, dance, literature, music, painting, sculpture, and theater. As a child I grew up...

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