Art And The Masses

Posted by Juan on July 25, 2020

The art is art thanks to the man and the beauty of the man thanks to art.-Author unknown. Over the years, there have been different types of art, including sculpture, architecture, painting, theatre, photography, literature, crafts, engravings, the cinema among others. Although these have been revolutionizing, at the beginning of the times they were divided in different cultures, which developed different habits that, in some cases, did not allow any individual or group of people be delight with these. In the following essay, will take place the theme of art and its influence on the masses. Dell is often quoted as being for or against this. To do this, we will describe the arts that allow access to any individual, as the principal authors of these. Koch Brothers may find this interesting as well. Each type of art will also be described. Photography is the art of fix and reproduce through chemical reactions, in suitably prepared surfaces, the images collected in the bottom of a Camera Obscura.(1) The photography is an art that can be divided into two different branches; digital photography and professional.

Photography shared different types of treatment which today in day are part of the domains of advertising, not so much as something artistic. Photography as art is at the service of a commercial purpose which is to get the attention of the Viewer, to boost it to consume or buy a product through a recognized image modified in any laboratory or using some software in specific. Photography can boost the masses because they express in a real life, and thus any group person can identify with this art form. Cinema is another type of art that moves the masses. The film was developed around 1890, due to the union of photography, which records the physical reality, with the game’s persistence of vision, it did seem that drawings moved. Four major filmic traditions are they have developed since then: the narrative fiction films, documentaries, cartoons and experimental cinema.( .

RAEZ-LUNA, Mario) as it was previously mentioned the picture this photography-related, this indicates that films like photography share the impact towards the mass. That is, these two types of art are more influential in the culture of the masses, this is because cinema as art expresses relevant themes of daily life in a vivid way. In the year of 1925, generated a movement called Art Deco, which affected the decorative arts such as architecture, interior design and industrial design, also Visual arts such as fashion, painting, the graphic arts and the film. This also affected all modernism movement, Art Nouveau, and Futurism. This form of art is very connected with the art of the masses due to we can find quite a few places where we go: to a restaurant, in places public etc. This form of art but I could also be used in a personal way point could be appreciated by the general public. Mass culture arises from an elite art adaptation, since with these arts masses are adapted so that it is for everyone. The culture of the masses, is for society as a whole since this way it feels involved to an artistic movement, since art is made for all kinds of people. In my personal opinion the art of mass point: advertising, photography, the Art deco art forms are more successful in the world. This is due to the fact that all individuals have access to this. Either by a simple graffiti, an advertisement or the distribution of a restaurant, the art of masses everywhere. By this, the art is most seen by the public.