Download 50 Schlüsselideen Kunst (German Edition) by Susie Hodge,Katharina Neuser-von Oettingen PDF

By Susie Hodge,Katharina Neuser-von Oettingen

Eine Entdeckungsreise durch die Epochen, Stile und Richtungen der Kunst - von der Höhlenmalerei bis zur Gegenwart

Ein Besuch in einer Kunstgalerie kann einen überwältigen – eine erstaunliche Parade von rätselhaften Bildern, Gegenständen und Installationen, von Künstlern und Kunstrichtungen, die uns kaum einen klaren Blick dafür vermitteln, wie das, was once da alles zusammenhängt, auch zusammenpasst. Die 50 Schlüsselideen Kunst helfen, den Überblick zu behalten. Für alle, die Schwierigkeiten haben, Degas von Dalí oder Monet von Mondrian zu unterscheiden, bietet dieser informative Ratgeber Hinweise auf 50 der wichtigsten und einflussreichsten Grundkonzepte in der Kunst – von den Ideen der alten Griechen bis zu solchen der Gegenwart. Aufgenommen sind dabei einerseits Stilepochen wie Barock, Renaissance, die niederländische Malerei des 17. Jahrhunderts, altägyptische Kunst oder klassische Antike, andererseits werden unterschiedliche Stilrichtungen betrachtet wie Romantik, Kubismus, Minimalismus, Surrealismus, Pop-Art, Konzeptkunst und Medienkunst. Die wichtigsten Schlüsselbegriffe werden in einem Glossar, das dem klaren, kompakten und auch kunstvollen textual content von Susie Hodge beigegeben ist, sowie durch Mini-Essays und Kurzbiografien von epochemachenden Künstlern vertieft. Mit einer instruktiven Auswahl von Bildern, die beispielhaft Stilmerkmale und künstlerische Ideen zeigen, und mit einer übersichtlichen historischen Zeitleiste wird jede Kunstrichtung in ihren Kontext gestellt und insgesamt ein breiter Überblick über die weltweit bedeutendsten Entwicklungen von Kunst und layout vermittelt.

Wem die künstlerische Ausdrucksweise jemals ein Rätsel conflict und wer sich einen groben Überblick verschaffen möchte, der wird bei diesem Buch voll auf seine Kosten kommen.

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Download Ästhetische Praxis (Kunst und Gesellschaft) (German Edition) by Michael Kauppert,Heidrun Eberl PDF

By Michael Kauppert,Heidrun Eberl

Die bis in unsere Gegenwart hineinreichende Gewissheit, dass es sich bei ästhetischer Praxis um die Praxis von Künstlern und die Wahrnehmung von Kunst durch ein Publikum handeln müsse, ist brüchig geworden. Eine Reihe von Indizien legen den Schluss nahe, dass der Bereich ästhetischer Praktiken und das Kunstfeld in der Gesellschaft eine nur noch partiale Deckung aufweisen. Beispiele für ästhetische Praktiken finden sich in der Mode, der Werbung und dem layout ebenso wie in den neuen Medien sowie in der Musik- und Videospielindustrie. Aber auch Kosmetik-Ketten und Parfümerien, Schönheitschirurgen, Tätowierungsshops, Büros für Inneneinrichtung- und Landschaftsarchitektur, Blumenläden sowie Wellnessbetriebe annoncieren ihre Produkte und Dienstleistungen als ästhetisch. Angesichts des sowohl rasant steigenden Gebrauchs des Adjektivs „ästhetisch“ in der alltäglichen Lebenspraxis als auch des vermehrten wissenschaftlichen Bedürfnisses, das „Ästhetische“ an (bis dato) unverdächtigen Stellen in der Gesellschaft nachzuweisen, sind die Beiträge dieses Bandes entlang einer Leitfragestellung organisiert: Soll guy das verstärkte Aufkommen ästhetischer Praktiken in der Gesellschaft in einer eher kulturwissenschaftlichen und -soziologischen Perspektive verstehen und additionally als eine „Selbstentgrenzung der Künste“? Oder zieht guy dazu besser eine zwar nur äußerst selten gebrauchte, nichtsdestotrotz ebenso einprägsame wie aufschlussreiche Formel Adornos heran und begreift die Ästhetisierung der Gesellschaft als eine „Entkunstung der Kunst“? 

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Download Interazioni - Visioni chiastiche di possibili vissuti by Mennato Tedino PDF

By Mennato Tedino

Può un movie essere di in keeping with sé “filosofico”? Il movie filosofico è di quelli noiosi, incomprensibili, pesanti, “seri”? Che requisiti deve avere un movie in step with meritare una interpretazione di stampo filosofico? L’interesse filosofico su un movie ne accresce il valore artistico?Domande di questo genere troverebbero migliore collocazione in un saggio speculativo sul cinema, ma “Breve come un secolo”, ovvero il cinema come strumento didattico, non intende perseguire los angeles strada, ormai anche obsoleta, della ricerca di nessi teoretici tra cinema e filosofia, che, peraltro, ha già dato frutti importanti e godibili nelle riflessioni di acuti quanto celebri pensatori. Dopo los angeles riflessione pro-VOCATA, il collettivo di “Breve come un secolo” continua l. a. sua sfida, proponendo di parlare di filosofia attraverso un improbabile cinema filosofico, del quale si coglie innanzitutto los angeles capacità di riverberazione di teorizzazioni in step with immagini. Con l. a. prefazione di Umberto Curi, Interazioni – Visioni chiastiche di possibili vissuti offre al lettore l’opportunità di affrontare con marcato taglio filosofico argomenti che vanno dalla post-modernità all’empatia, dalla spersonalizzazione dell’individuo al dualismo online / off-line, dalla tecnica disumanizzante al postumanesimo, attraverso l’analisi di movie più o meno celebri.Scrive Curi: «Per l’acume delle analisi, l’originalità delle proposte interpretative, l. a. solidità dell’impianto concettuale, è un piccolo gioiello, consistent with il quale è giusto auspicare ulteriori sviluppi futuri.»

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Download Schwindel: Eine Epistemologie der Orientierung (Historische by Rebekka Ladewig PDF

By Rebekka Ladewig

Orientierung ist eine Frage der Perspektive. Im Sinne der historischen Epistemologie entwickelt Rebekka Ladewig diese Perspektive in theoretischen und experimentellen Szenen des Schwindels. Diese umfassen die philosophischen Gedankenexperimente des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts sowie die sinnesphysiologische Experimentalisierung des Schwindels zwischen 1800 und 1900 bis hin zu den technischen Milieus des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts mit ihren apparativen Techniken und der materiellen Kultur der Schwindelerzeugung. Michael Polanyis Konzept des impliziten Wissens ist theoretischer Einsatz- und Endpunkt dieser examine. Sie verschiebt das Augenmerk von der Theorie der Wissenschaft auf deren Randzonen, auf die personengebundene, lokale und praktische Verfasstheit des Wissensprozesses, die sich dem Fokus der traditionellen Wissenschaftsforschung systematisch entzieht.

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Download Il linguaggio crea mondi. Esplorazioni sulla natura by AA. VV.,Ugo Morelli,Silvia Bruno PDF

By AA. VV.,Ugo Morelli,Silvia Bruno

Riflettere sulla natura dell’esperienza estetica e, in particolare, sul ruolo del linguaggio è un processo di ricerca che esige un approccio transdisciplinare, che prenda le mosse dallo studio della capacità di immaginare, connettendola alla capacità di creare. Il quantity riporta i risultati di un progetto di ricerca il cui obiettivo è stato di comprendere l’esperienza estetica e i processi neurofenomenologici che l. a. rendono possibile, sia nella sua dimensione di creazione che di fruizione.

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Download Queer Beauty: Sexuality and Aesthetics from Winckelmann to by Whitney Davis PDF

By Whitney Davis

The pioneering paintings of Johann Winckelmann (1717-1768) pointed out a homoerotic appreciation of male attractiveness in classical Greek sculpture, a fascination that had persisted in Western paintings because the Greeks. After Winckelmann, in spite of the fact that, occasionally the price (even the prospect) of queer attractiveness in artwork was once denied. a number of theorists after Winckelmann, significantly the thinker Immanuel Kant, broke sexual allure and aesthetic appreciation into separate or dueling domain names. In flip, sexual wish and aesthetic excitement conceived as discrete different types needed to be profoundly rethought by way of later writers.

Davis argues that those disjunct domain names may be rejoined by way of such cutting edge thinkers as John Addington Symonds, Michel Foucault, and Richard Wollheim, who reclaimed prior insights concerning the mutual implication of sexuality and aesthetics. Addressing texts by means of Arthur Schopenhauer, Charles Darwin, Oscar Wilde, Vernon Lee, and Sigmund Freud, between many others, Davis criticizes glossy ways, comparable to Kantian idealism, Darwinism, psychoanalysis, and analytic aesthetics, for both lowering aesthetics to a question of sexuality or for elimination sexuality from the cultured box altogether. regardless of those schematic rate reductions, sexuality regularly returns to aesthetics, and aesthetic concerns continually recur in sexuality. Davis really indicates that formal philosophies of artwork because the late-eighteenth century have needed to reply to nonstandard sexuality, specially homoeroticism, and that theories of nonstandard sexuality have drawn on aesthetics in major ways.

Many of the main ingenious and penetrating critics wrestled productively, notwithstanding usually inconclusively and "against themselves," with the cultured making of latest types of sexual existence and new varieties of artwork made up of reconstituted sexualities. via a critique that confronts background, philosophy, technology, psychology, and dominant theories of paintings and sexuality, Davis demanding situations privileged varieties of sexual and aesthetic production imagined in smooth culture-and nonetheless assumed today.

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Download The Philosophical Imagination: Selected Essays by Richard Moran PDF

By Richard Moran

The Philosophical Imagination brings jointly a number of of Richard Moran's essays, ranging over a outstanding number of subject matters in philosophy of brain and motion, aesthetics, and ethical psychology.

A topic connecting numerous of the essays is the various methods our potential for mind's eye is drawn on in our responsiveness to paintings, to literature, to the lives of different individuals, and within the perform of philosophy itself. themes explored the following comprise our emotional responses to mimetic artworks, the character of metaphor as a car of concept and within the paintings of rhetoric, and the certainty of the concept that of good looks, as that's constructed in contrasting methods within the paintings of Immanuel Kant and Marcel Proust. a number of of the essays reply to the paintings of contemporary and modern philosophers comparable to Bernard Williams, Stanley Cavell, Harry Frankfurt, and Iris Murdoch, within the context of such subject matters because the philosophical challenge of 'other minds', love and sensible cause, the legacy of Sartrean existentialism, and the position of background within the disciplinary self-understanding of philosophy. the ultimate crew of essays specializes in questions on self-knowledge and the significance of the first-person point of view, constructing principles from Moran's influential ebook Authority and Estrangement (Princeton 2001). issues mentioned the following contain the character of a person's 'practical wisdom' of her personal motion, the idea that of the psychological and the variations among self-understanding and the knowledge of others, and the ambiguous function of narrative as a sort of self-understanding.

Throughout there's an try to draw out the connections among subject matters which are usually mentioned in isolation from one another, and to pursue them within the context of the recognizable human events and questions which flooring them. The essays are written in a vibrant, humane, and available kind which should still allure a extensive readership, either inside and out the tutorial self-discipline of philosophy.

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Download Aisthesis: Scenes from the Aesthetic Regime of Art by Jacques Ranciere,Zakir Paul PDF

By Jacques Ranciere,Zakir Paul

Rancière’s magnum opus at the aesthetic.

Composed in a chain of scenes, Aisthesis–Rancière’s definitive assertion at the aesthetic–takes its reader from Dresden in 1764 to big apple in 1941. alongside the way in which, we view the Belvedere Torso with Winckelmann, accompany Hegel to the museum and Mallarmé to the Folies-Bergère, attend a lecture via Emerson, stopover at exhibitions in Paris and manhattan, factories in Berlin, and movie units in Moscow and Hollywood. Rancière makes use of those websites and events—some well-known, others forgotten—to ask what turns into artwork and what comes of it. He exhibits how a regime of creative notion and interpretation was once constituted and reworked by means of erasing the specificities of the several arts, in addition to the borders that separated them from usual event. This incisive examine presents a background of creative modernity a long way faraway from the traditional postures of modernism.

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Download An Introduction to Kant's Aesthetics: Core Concepts and by Christian Helmut Wenzel PDF

By Christian Helmut Wenzel

In An advent to Kant’s Aesthetics, Christian Wenzel discusses and demystifies Kant’s Critique of the facility of Judgment, guiding the reader each one step of how and putting key issues of dialogue within the context of Kant’s different paintings.

  • Explains tough thoughts in undeniable language, utilizing a number of examples and a necessary glossary.
  • Proceeds within the related order as Kant’s textual content for ease of reference and comprehension.
  • Includes an illuminating foreword by way of Henry E. Allison.
  • Offers twenty-six further-reading sections, commenting in brief on books and articles from the English, German, and French, which are correct for every topic
  • Provides an intensive bibliography and a bankruptcy summarizing Kant's major points.

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