“Of course, in every work there is a pornographic connotation. Otherwise, it would be just eroticism – pure, intellectual and uninteresting. And I do an upgrade by adding a bit of dirt – we all love dirt. ”
Photographer Nobuyoshi Araki is a master of provocative and defiant photography. The Japanese, who openly express themselves through photographs, at times prompting us to think about shung and (oh gods) Hentai, published over 250 books with his works. The confiscation of works and the closure of exhibitions only increase world fame and interest in his works, an honest photo. Continue reading
The art book is a stumbling block in the perennial issue of “execution can not be pardoned.” Only in our case – “buy cannot be downloaded”. Yes, they are often cumbersome, heavy, and one cannot say that for daily reading, they surely are rarely seen as wiped. Such an unexpected question comes to mind: “What is the Art Book? Is this actually a book about Arta, or something more?
Surely at each of us at home you can find a couple of top three books with the promising title a la “500 world masterpieces of the universal scale” or “Contemporary art now then always everywhere”, etc. Is this an art book? Continue reading
I do not like to talk about art, its impact on society and all that. I do not like, does not mean condemn such reflections. Well, you know how often it is customary to think and talk, saying that such inventions are the lot of homosexuals-aesthetes, all art was fucked up by bare asses, only the old school, only Leo Tolstoy.
Simply, in my opinion, I lack the knowledge and experience to feel my own in this area. Continue reading
Science fiction as a genre in culture and media reality in one degree or another together and not randomly characterize modernity. This can be demonstrated by examples from the gaming industry, visual arts, network communication – the media forms of self-expression of the subject of modern culture. They are informative, according to the plot, quite often refer to a meeting with phenomena that do not have referents in reality, that is, fantastic. Of course, a fantastic genre in culture has a longer history than media reality. Even in the ancient epic and mythology, there are attempts of a person to comprehend the laws of nature through explaining them with the help of magic as a fantastic form and to create an appropriate narrative. Continue reading
According to the Lexicon Nonclassics, this term originated in 1972–1973 to the circle of artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid as a kind of ironic centaur of domestic “social realism” and “pop art”, then familiar to our fellow citizens only by hearsay And the essence of the phenomenon itself in the use and parody reinterpretation of the most odious stereotypes, formulas, symbols and signs of both the state-owned art of socialist realism and the entire Soviet propaganda industry. “Pop art,” notes Max Frei in his Art-Alphabet, “could have arisen only in the“ consumer society, ”and social art was a product of a totalitarian society, all of whose members were victims of violent ideologization. Sots Art deconstructs the language of power, in this sense it is close to the tradition of a political anecdote – that’s why we love it. So far, by the way. ” Continue reading