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http://www.graphiccloud.co.uk...) and they say that it seems it was made by a kid. But what tose person dont' unterstand it's wath the colors and the lines transmit.
And i think they are forgeting this kind of painting: (http://www.tjalfsparnaay.nl...) honestly i look at this and it's so greet that i can hardly say if it's real or not.
Picasso's work's are generally considered the first of modern art, and in his art, you can clearly see a scene, but also follow is train of thought throughout the piece, as if a surreal dream, in the context of modern art that you have been describing, there is no basis for the viewer, and therefore, there is no connection to be made, between the art and the viewer.
My points are clear, and ideals driven, I deeply love "modern art" and hate it at the exact same time. In any sense, what are you hoping to accomplish with the title of this debate being "Modern Art"? Is this debate, a manifestation of art too?
http://www.graphiccloud.co.uk... and do not understand what the artist wants to convey. I honestly do not think that's the fault of the artist, as a good connoisseur of art has to perceive the basics of drawing and painting.
Art is for the viewer, not the artist. No matter how much praise the artist gives the piece, the final judge shall be the people.
I think that PRO should consider other's opinions when speaking in such matter, as to say that the majority of people cannot even attempt to see how beautiful modern abstract art is. I think that PRO should restate his point in his topic and also learn to accept other's opinions.
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