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  • modern art. pathetic daubing or work of genius?

  • Same with anything - lots of tosh, but lots of good. There's an irreducible truth in that 'equation' above. The idea which spews art is the interesting part, but the hardest to stumble upon. I won't have it said that this is not good art, despite being modern.

  • I think art should display some sort of skill or craft on behalf of the artist.

    Something that I would find difficult to replicate...

  • So you dont reckon its any good if you think you can easily knock up your own?

  • So you dont reckon its art if you reckon you can easily knock up your own?

    Not good art

  • So you dont reckon its any good if you think you can easily knock up your own?

    Well I guess I could try and copy a Rothko, but I'd probably get it wrong.

  • So it must be pretty good then because it would be hard for you to get it right?

  • So you dont reckon its any good if you think you can easily knock up your own?

    Not good art

    Well thats many a photographer fucked then...

  • So it must be pretty good then because it would be hard for you to get it right?

    Yep, that sadly is my kind of yard stick for art.

    Like Jackson Pollock is borderline for me.

    Whereas Edward Hopper is god like.

  • I think art should display some sort of skill or craft on behalf of the artist.

    I feel you are mistaking forms of art for art itself.

    Photography is not an art. Neither is painting, nor sculpture, literature or music. They are only different media for the individual to express his aesthetic feelings… You do not have to be a painter or a sculptor to be an artist. You may be a shoemaker. You may be creative as such. And, if so, you are a greater artist than the majority of the painters whose work is shown in the art galleries of today

    Whereas Edward Hopper is god like.

    +1

  • Very true.

  • an interesting post modern artist, jessica layton

    http://www.jessicasuelayton.com/hsitting­.html

    also roisin byrne

    http://www.roisinbyrne.co.uk/

  • Edward Hopper. postcard art for the visually unaware.

  • You are perfectly entitled to a flawed opinion.

  • i am allowed to troll my own thread.

  • good tv on right now about Eadweard Muybridge..modern art?


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  • Intangible Art - is a state, a condition, a thing which can not be directly possessed in its own possibility, perceived or traced. Intangible art, therefore, can not be held, seen or reproduced directly for an indefinite amount of time nor can it be bought and sold, bartered, traded or gifted.

    Art?

  • art is subjective

  • My old lecturers didn't think so.

  • Repost from a year or two ago but worth it I think.

    Goldsmiths students at the cutting edge of music and art. Make sure you watch the video.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2009/apr­/19/art-schools

  • Yep, that sadly is my kind of yard stick for art.

    Like Jackson Pollock is borderline for me.

    Whereas Edward Hopper is god like.

    Lol, I love that it is obligatory for everyone to decide what is and isn't art... Hopper and Pollock, both fantastic.

  • Edward Hopper. postcard art for the visually unaware.

    Yeah RIGHT. You must be thinking of Jack Vetriano.

  • Jack Vetriano.
    visual coldplay or art your mum likes.

  • Daily Mail art.

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