I believe that the art world has become a trend. Everyone wants to be a part of it, but not everyone knows what they are doing. There are no rules; therefore no one can tell if someone is good or bad at it. I want to give you my opinion on what I think about modern art and how it is changing.
I am a big fan of artwork that does not look like most people’s idea of what good artwork should look like. I feel that the time is right for this kind of art because people just have so much going on in their lives. Artwork should be easy to interpret and understand quickly and should not take up a lot of time to figure out the meaning behind it. Modern abstract art fits this description perfectly because there really isn’t an underlying meaning behind it. This makes modern abstract art very unique in my opinion, while more conventional artwork can be very boring to look at sometimes because there is no hidden message behind the work. This can become even worse if you don’t know anything about the artist’s life or why they were creating that piece of work or even what mediums they were using.
Artwork has always been a very big part of our culture, but with all these new ideas and new technologies, we are changing
Art is one of the most interesting and complex topics to discuss. There are no definite boundaries for art, it does not have clear definition. The meaning of art can be interpreted differently depending on the person… We have seen a movement recently that is called modern arts and this new trend has changed the way we look at art. I believe that this movement is just a part of a bigger picture and we will see more changes in the future regarding the arts, because new technology is giving us more opportunities to experiment with the arts, which can open up a whole new world for artists.
Modern art started as a small group of people who were trying to change how we perceive arts and they succeeded. It’s not easy to define modern art in a few words, but let’s try it this way: Modern art is an artistic movement that started in early 20th century in Europe. The main feature of modern art is that it breaks all the established rules for making art (like any other movement). When we look at modern art we might not get it at first, but after some time we will start to appreciate them.
Modern art as we know it today is a trend that started around the turn of the century and has continued to gain momentum ever since. Modern art has been described by many as not following any particular style or structure, but rather, it is based on the artist’s feelings at the time of creation.
So, modern art is a trend that started in the early 1900’s. It is a form of artistic expression that can be seen and understood by anyone who has knowledge of contemporary art. The idea behind this is to create something which can be easily understood by the viewer but can still be appreciated on a more complex level.
Towards the end of the 19th century, many artists were beginning to feel restricted by the traditional methods of art and were looking for ways to express themselves differently. This was especially true within the realm of music, but was also expressed in painting.
The Impressionists are one example of this, who were looking to capture not just the beauty of an object (which had been done before), but to capture its essence in a short period of time.
This led to works such as Manet’s “Olympia” and Cezanne’s “Bathers”, both being accepted as part of the “Modern Art Movement”. The term modernism referred to the idea that these artists wanted to break with tradition and depict things that were more common in everyday life than previously depicted.
These are some examples from early modern art:
1)Man Ray-Object in Space: In this piece we see two different images which seem to
Artworks are generally used to convey a specific message or story. In the past, they have been used to express religion, politics and various other important themes in order to influence public opinion. Traditional art is largely the same throughout time, but with the rise of technology, new trends have emerged. With modern art comes new ideas and new ways of expressing traditional art.
Art has always been a way of expressing one’s thoughts and feelings, but with modern art comes a change in the way artists express their ideas and emotions. Modern artists use new media to create innovative pieces of work that is largely different from traditional paintings and sculptures (Grant). The use of technology greatly impacts the way we look at these pieces of work as it tends to give them an alternate meaning quite different from its original intent (Thoreau).
Modern art may not be for everyone, but its popularity over time has been undeniable (Grant). It does not matter if you do not understand the meaning behind these works of art or that you do not enjoy looking at them, because there will always be someone who is inspired by these works who will be willing to pay top dollar for it (Shaw).
The debate about modern art is kind of similar to the one we are having about education in America. We want everyone to have a good education, but we want it to be as cheap and easy to get as possible. In general I think that’s a good idea, but in the case of education it’s really a huge mistake. When you make things too cheap, you get a lot more people buying them, and when you have to sell something to a lot of people, it becomes much harder for each individual person to figure out how good it is.
The same thing is true in the art world. Art is expensive because it’s hard to make good art, and if you make it cheap, you just get more bad art. If everyone could be a famous artist just by putting their paintings on Facebook or UpWork, then would we really have any famous artists? And if we did, what would they be famous for?
Art is a language. It is used to express feelings and convey ideas, just like in everyday life. But unlike spoken language, the meaning of art is not always clear. The role of art in society is much discussed, both by artists and people who try to understand them.
In order to understand art fully, we need to understand the purpose it serves for the artist who created it and how it is perceived by its audience. Even then, there will be no ‘right’ answer. Art has no set vocabulary, so we can never be sure what we are seeing – and this makes true art accessible to everyone.
I hope that my blog will provide some insight into this widely misunderstood phenomena – modern art.