ALIRAN SENI LUKIS
Seni lukis adalah salah satu cabang dari seni rupa. Dengan dasar pengertian yang sama, seni lukis adalah sebuah pengembangan yang lebih utuh dari menggambar. Melukis adalah kegiatan mengolah medium dua dimensi atau permukaan dari objek tiga dimensi untuk mendapat kesan tertentu. Medium lukisan bisa berbentuk apa saja, seperti kanvas, kertas, papan, dan bahkan film di dalam fotografi bisa dianggap sebagai media lukisan. Alat yang digunakan juga bisa bermacam-macam, dengan syarat bisa…
Paul Klee•DOUBLE TENT 1923•Museum of Modern Art Bauhaus Poster O/P 21x36
Painted by Paul Klee in 1923, during the Cubism movement. Key characteristics of this movement includes the emphasis of the two-dimensional of the canvas and the appearance of broken objects and then reassembled. This work uses 2D shapes to create the triangle and it also seems to be cut up into pieces.
Band of art brothers: does great music inspire great art?
Jonathan Jones: From Pollock to Warhol, and now Jeremy Deller, artists have had a creative connection to music. But does great music imply great art (and vice versa)?
Characteristics of Cubism - Information on Who Invented Cubism and the Main Characteristics of Cubism
What are the main characteristsics of Cubism - find out who invented cubism and what is the difference between Analytic Cubism and Synthetic Cubism
Modern Art Timeline Part 1 - Impressionism to De Stijl
Our Modern Art Timeline from 1870-1930 gives an outline of the most important artists, movements and styles of painting from Impressionism to the De Stijl movement.
This work is a combination between art and music; the famous Mondrian piece "composition with yellow, blue and red" moves to the sounds of a song by Eviatar…
‘Concert for Anarchy’, Rebecca Horn, 1990 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Concert for Anarchy’, Rebecca Horn, 1990 This upside-down grand piano occasionally comes to life in a noisy outburst. The instrument was used as a prop in Horn’s feature film Buster’s Bedroom 1990, set in a psychiatric clinic. Horn has described how, ‘having freed itself from the psychiatric clinic, [the piano] is now composing its own music’. The piano acts like a living thing: it gets upset and slowly regains its composure. This might mirror our own experience of being…
Graphic music scores - in pictures
How do you play a picture? Composers and artists from John Cage to Brian Eno have experimented with notation to create extraordinary visual scores that rival the best contemporary art. Here Notation 21's Theresa Sauer introduces a selection of her favourites.