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代写留学生艺术论文:Exploring art in urban environment

论文作者:留学生论文网论文属性:职称论文 Scholarship Papers登出时间:2012-05-07编辑:dawm_zhong点击率:8357

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关键词:UK essay代写代写UK arts essayExploring arturban environment

摘要:This essay is about Exploring art in urban environment,it include Historical Context;Public Art in the 21st Century ;Exploration through Example;Gormley;Christo and Jeanne-Claude ;Slinkachu;Conclusion and Related bibliography。

 

(一)Historical Context

 

In the late eighteenth century, the establishment of the museum revolutionised the notion that art had to be exclusive. Paintings and sculptures, objects previously housed in private collections and viewed by a typically bourgeois audience, were propelled into the wider public arena. Although originating as national institutions, as popularity for this new cultural attraction grew, further art museums UK essay代写were required on a regional and local basis and over the centuries this trend culminated in the formation of the contemporary art gallery.The technological revolution of the 1960's, then, brought with it an increase in available leisure time for the general public, spurring a continued and unprecedented growth in the rate at which art galleries were built. Alongside the introduction of modern media techniques, this combination once again succeeded in bringing art to an increasingly large and diverse audience. This progression, however, brought about a fundamental change in the actual production, ormat and display of the art pieces themselves. Artists and curators alike, were required to respond to the changing perceptions of a broader, multi-cultural and modern day audience. To retain an appeal, more experimental forms of art and methods of display were introduced. Art was no longer restricted to being hung on a wall, mounted on a plinth or designed to suit a neutral backdrop. The role of the spectator no longer had to be purely passive. Over the past fifty http://www.51lunwen.org/  years, the practice of art and its reliance on the modern gallery setting, that of the conventional white cube, which 'seeks to transcend specificity of time and location' (Ault, J., 2003, in Dernie, 2006, p.9) has been confronted.One outcome is that we have witnessed emerging practices of art that extend past the architectural confines of the traditional gallery space and into the external urban fabric.Public art in the urban context, in its broadest definition, is not new in concept. 'As a work of art or design that is created by an artist specifically to be sited in a public space,' (The Newport News Public Art Foundation) monuments, memorials and architectural ornamentation are all valid examples. It was again in the 1960's, however, that public art became a discipline in its own right, forming new sub-genres including environmental, land, site-specific, community-based and street art. By testing ideas of display through actively engaging the public in a more natural environment, art has formed a much greater part in everyday life.That is not to say, that public art need be mutually exclusive of the contemporary art gallery. Historically 'art forms more closely linked to areas of everyday life ... have been marginalized by the art establishments as lacking 'aesthetic quality.' (Gastil, 1997, p.85) With its gradual acceptance as aUK essay代写 compelling art form, however, there are now many examples where an exhibition of public art, has been divided between both the urban environment and the interior gallery setting. In some cases, the works of art in the urban context, are physically linked to a gallery or merely act http://www.51lunwen.org/  as an extension to the main internal exhibition. In other examples, the gallery takes a lesser role, providing a framework of background knowledge, acting as an interpretive voice or a financial benefactor for a display primarily located elsewhere. The internal and external events 论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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