Saturday, March 24, 2012

Concept of nature and Fine art nature photography

Nature Photography is mostly associated with wildlife and micro shot...
The concept of nature and how it inspires us is really cool matter to consider.
conceptual arts has allways been effected deeply from nature some times is has been scary and sometimes the origin and way of redemption...

by George Gradinaru

But I am talking about the form of nature as a fine art object and not making some rationalistic concepts out of it... The main form can be very emotional... But its not working in rational side of human brain and mostly people don't get effected directly...
Abstract effect is the main key in Fine art nature photography somehow... as the origin of our symbolism...

here is some cool examples for this:

By Jorge Maia 

By Mel Brackstone 

by Tony Sweet

by Kristen Westlake 

by Kristen Westlake 

Friday, March 23, 2012

Joseph Beuys the German experimental artist

Joseph Beuys

Joseph Beuys was a German multi- and mixed-media artist best known for incorporating ideas of humanism, social philosophy and politics into his art. Beuys practiced everything from installation and performance art to traditional painting and "social sculpture." He was continually motivated by the belief of universal human creativity.

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One of Joseph Beuys's most theatrical installations, Blitzschlag mit Lichtschein auf Hirsch (Lightning with Stag in Its Glare) articulates the German artist's obsession with primal and elemental forces: the earth, animals, excrement, and death.

Beuys's work certainly served, in its initial contact with an audience, as a diversion. But to regard his work simply as an entertainment to nullify the realities in which it was created, is to miss the point of its revolutionary nature. For Beuys, a moment of rapture in engagement with an art article, or art as a respite from the daily grind, is a sentimental act that has no purpose in today's world.

He calls for nothing less than a complete overhaul of that system in which art is a product of a consumer society who needs paintings to decorate walls, to use as barter, or to receive momentary uplifting. "Art is," he said, "a genuinely human medium for revolutionary change in the sense of completing the transformation from a sick world to a healthy one." (Beuys quoted in Quartetto, exhibition catalog, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, 1984, Milano, p. 106)

"... just as you have come to me, because of what I've made, and we can talk about it ..."Beuys


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