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We value this historical knowledge for many reasons: we want to learn more about our ancestors and their lifestyles, and we want to gain insight from these distant people and cultures. But these efforts finally turned into an idea: we can benefit from facing the history that has emerged. In other words, the historical method does not deny that the value of art is ultimately therapeutic, even if one tends to forget or reject it. This is a (somewhat ironic) resistance from science to the utility of art therapy. Information is valuable only as a means of purpose whose purpose is to clarify our current needs.
This understanding of art has remained steady in recent years, but I believe this is the only viable way to think about the value of art. As we’ve seen before, other methods should default even if they deny it. To think of art from a therapeutic perspective is not to give up the esoteric, but to accept the esoteric and return art to the center of modern culture and modern life.
Dimitra Milan is a young and very talented artist who managed to become a well-known painter both in America and Europe at the age of 15.
Milan’s mother and father, who is now 20 years old, are painters like himself. They are even the founders of the Milan Art Institute in Arizona, where Dimitra Milan also completed his education.Read More
Biography: Yu Kawashima was born in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, in 1988. According to what he himself says, the vocation of painter came to him when he was still in elementary school when he contemplated a collection of paintings that his uncle owned by Masakuni Hashimoto Gahō. This Japanese “Nihoga” master from the Meiji era played […]Read More
Look Down And Take A Picture Of Life
Sometimes taking a good photograph is just a matter of point of view. The same subject that a frontal photo would not be able to enhance, can become extremely interesting if observed from an unusual perspective according to a vision that gives it an unexpected face.Read More
Master Photography. Documentary photography was born with the purpose of freezing and capturing reality in a still image. As its name suggests, this type of photography seeks to document a fact, to inform. For this reason, a series or a group of photographs has usually been created that help to understand the event that has been portrayed with the image.Read More
Henri Cartier-Bresson, who is known as one of the most important photographers of the 20th century with his ideas that break the mold and the techniques he uses; chooses the subject of most of his works from the usual or even ordinary events around us and aims to emphasize the meanings of these events in the universal context.Read More
would like to introduce you to the feminist artist Margaret Harrison, who is known for her illustrations in which she feminized iconic comic book characters, and who expresses her struggle against the insidious impositions of society through her art.Read More
Petrus Van Schendel (1806-1870) was a Dutch (Belgian) genre painter in the Romantic style who specialized in nighttime scenes, lit by lamps or candles. This led to him being known as “Monsieur Chandelle”.Read More
Monika Luniak is a gifted Polish artist who exhibits her work in Poland. She is interested in people’s emotions and everything that happens around her. She creates stories in her mind and turns them into pictures.Read More