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ART IS LIFE..

LIFE IS ART

ART IS EVERYWHERE

Roles

Art

of

ARTS FUNCTIONS IN LIFE

Egyptians, Greeks and Romans a long time


ago used;
Vessel
Picther
Jugs
Jars
Jewelry
Utensils
weapons

ART IN BELIEFS, RELIGION,


SPIRITUALITY

The church was also a forerunner of


the traditional crafts as shown woven
church vestments, metal craft, and
pottery. Glassmakers decorated the
interiors of mass or ritual needs.

Dynasty is the succession prerogative


of a ruling class where kingship is
transferred from generations to
generations.

ART IN BELIEFS, RELIGION, SPIRITUALITY

MOSAIC IN, SICILY ITALY

MOSAIC

picture made with small colored


pieces:

a picture or design made with small


pieces of colored material such as glass
or tile stuck onto a surface.

ANASTASIS FRESCO

FRESCO

1. painting done on fresh plaster: a


painting on a wall or ceiling done by
rapidly brushing watercolors onto fresh
damp or partly dry plaster
2. technique of painting on fresh
plaster: the technique or method of
painting on fresh plaster.

TRANSFIGURATION PAINTING

ART IN TECHNOLOGY

ART IN TECHNOLOGY: ELECTRONIC AGE

Walt Disney, an American


cartoonist and film producer.
started an entertainment
empire with his creation of
animated movies and worldrenowned amusement parks.
Disney appears here at his
drawing board in 1950 with a
drawing of Mickey Mouse, his
most famous cartoon
character.
Disney won an honorary Oscar
(Academy Award) in 1932 for
his creation of Mickey.

Matt Groening
Cartoonist Matt Groening is
best known as the creator of
The Simpsons, an animated
television series that
premiered in 1990.
The show features Groenings
own brand of twisted humor,
first displayed in his popular
comic strip Life in Hell.
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ART AND THE


ECONOMY:GLOBALIZATION

In the past decades, the WEST has


shown a new appreciation for the arts
of other countries.
Western artist observe and study
sculpture, dance and music of
Southeast Asia and African countries.

ART AND THE


ECONOMY:GLOBALIZATION

Rich nations have developed interest in


cultural treasures of other countries

thereby helping these countries


preserve, restore, and protect their own
national treasures.

Horizontal Yellow
American sculptor Alexander
Calder created Horizontal
Yellow (1972)
out of painted metal, metal
rods, and wire.
This delicately balanced work
is an example of Calders
abstract sculptures called
mobiles, which are set in
motion by air currents.
Calder described these works
as four-dimensional
drawings, because through
movement,
they go beyond the three
dimensions of space and into
the fourth dimension, time

Nude Descending a
Staircase, No. 2 (1912),
by French artist Marcel
Duchamp,

French-born artist Marcel


Duchamp changed the course
of modern art in 1913 by
exhibiting a bicycle wheel
turned upside down and
mounted on a kitchen stool.
Bicycle Wheel was the first of
Duchamps so-called
readymades, ordinary objects
that he turned into objects of
art by changing their context
and exhibiting them as
sculpture.
Shown here is a 1964 replica of
the original, which is now lost.

Kinetic Art, a form of art, usually


sculpture, in which movement plays a
primary role.

The source of this movement can be


mechanical, the natural motion of
surrounding air currents, or an
interaction with the viewer.

ART IN POLITICS: GOVERNMENT AND TERRORISM

ART IN POLITICS

Many other issues were addressed by


the developed and developing
countries, such as production and use
of deadly weapons, violation of human
rights, the issue of intervention,
especially in the UN and developed
countries and terrorism

Worldwide exchanges influenced


literature and the visual arts.
We witnessed the use and appreciation
of Asian Arts in Western painting,
culture, and the arts especially in
sculpture, dance

Traditional art and crafts are


incorporated in painting and sculpture.
The musical instruments of East are
combined with Western instruments,
and literary forms of the East and the
West interact.

FIRST AND THIRD WORLD


COUNTRIES

Third world- countries determined o build


stable government and economies.
Third World consisted of economically and
technologically less developed countries
belonging to neither bloc. (US & WEST)
The countries of the Third World,
containing some two-thirds of the world's
population, are located in Latin America,
Africa, and Asia.