Date of publication: 2017-08-26 15:22
Thanks for the clarity. So in South Africa we are under both colonialism and imperialism systems: as the Europeans have physically invaded our land and also stole our resources.
Some Modernists saw themselves as part of a revolutionary culture that also included political revolution, while others rejected conventional politics as well as artistic conventions, believing that a revolution of political consciousness had greater importance than a change in actual political structures.
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It called for the re-examination of every aspect of existence, from commerce to philosophy, with the goal of finding that which was "holding back" progress, and replacing it with new , progressive and better ways of reaching the same end. Modernists believed that by rejecting tradition they could discover radically new ways of making art, and at the same time to force the audience to take the trouble to question their own preconceptions. It stressed freedom of expression , experimentation , radicalism and primitivism , and its disregard for conventional expectations often meant startling and alienating audiences with bizarre and unpredictable effects (. surrealism in art, atonality in music, stream-of-consciousness literature).
how can you say that modernism was focused on creating 8775 a clear and rational view 8776 of anything when it was so focused on highlighting the subjective. Furthermore, none of the modernist literature I 8767 ve read puts any emphasis on logic, in fact, it seems to portray most aspect of realism as misguided
Art historians often use the word 8775 autonomous 8776 to describe modern art. 8775 The vernacular would be 8766 art for art 8767 s sake, 8767 8776 explains Ho. 8775 It doesn 8767 t have to exist for any kind of utility value other than its own existential reason for being. 8776 So, assessing modern art is a different beast. Rather than asking, as one might with a history painting, about narrative Who is the main character? And what is the action? assessing a painting, say, by Piet Mondrian, becomes more about composition. 8775 It is about the compositional tension, 8776 says Ho, 8775 the formal balance between color and line and volume on one hand, but also just the extreme purity of and rigor of it. 8776
Home 687 Social Inequality and Exclusion 687 Difference between Prejudice and Discrimination Difference between Prejudice and Discrimination It is generally seen that prejudice and discrimination are common throughout the world. It can be seen in most places in different forms and styles. For example the elderly discriminate against the the discriminate against the elderly. Men discriminate against women. Prejudice and discrimination are related to each other. Most of the times one leads to the other.
This article has many errors. But to particularly say that postmodernists were political and modernists were not show a lack of nuanced understanding about both movements.
Contemporary furniture can also refer simply to a set of furniture which all fits in the same time frame, no matter what that time frame might be. For example, a dining room set in which all of the pieces were from the 6975s might be described as 6975s contemporary, to indicate that the pieces were all meant to go together when they were made. The term can also simply mean furniture done in the style of the day, whenever the term is used. These different uses of a single word can be a bit confusing, but usually just by looking at the style of the furniture, it becomes clear what sense of the word is being used.