Comparative Arts Design, contemporary art, identity, diversity, society, social interaction
In this essay, we discuss contemporary art and how it has contributed in discussing about identity and diversity in the society. In the world of art, Identity is used a lot in describing the life of the moment the piece of work was made from the present time. Identity in art is viewed as being the custom, social interaction and arts of a particular people, nation or a certain social group. It is an appreciation of the arts of the people of that time and what they achieved in the moment.
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[...] It is an appreciation of the arts of the people of that time and what they achieved in the moment. In both areas, when one looks at Identity and diversity, it provides a quick way of understanding the society that was or that is at the time the piece of art was made. This essay discusses two artists and how their piece of work depicts the theme of Identity and diversity (Veblen, Beynon, & Odom 1-14). Art (Leonardo Da Vinci & Louis Van Gogh) The works of any artists consist of several materials, methods, concepts and subjects which are used to challenge the traditional boundaries or defy an easy definition. [...]
[...] The methods and practice have been adopted even in the modern movements from fauvism to abstract expression. (Ang 305-320) What was happening historically, politically, socially, religiously, intellectually, and/or economically at the time it was made During the time that Da Vinci released the above painting, famously known as Madonna on the Rock' the country was celebrating the feast of the Immaculate conception, so the painting was meant to express this occasion, it was with this regard that Da Vinci was asked by the Monks to come up with the painting and deliver an altar piece that comprised of three panels for the church of Fransisco Grande in Milan. [...]
[...] His works expressed diversity in all senses, in terms of religion, social class and political class. Conclusion With regard to Identity and diversity, Da Vinci's work was mostly religious oriented and seemed to support so much the needs of the monks and the King and what the society would look like in the eyes of these two classes. By viewing the two artists in terms of Identity and diversity, Van Gogh brings it out clearly. References Ang, I. (2005). The Predicament of Diversity: Multiculturalism in Practice at the Art Museum. Ethnicities, 305-320. Arnold, W. [...]
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