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There`s art and there`s “art”

I was having a look at some webpages recently, as I was trying to learn more about how to write about a work of art or a valuable creation. I like to understand art, and explain it to other people. Of course, the online world is not the best place to look for lessons on understanding art. Anyway, I found a website that I think is cathartic for anyone who is frustrated with all the pretenses (“Pretense is cheap” as we learned from the RHONY) and artificiality perceived among artists and “artists”. Pixmaven.com is a webpage that creates instant art critique, without even seeing the artwork! I wanted to share with my readers a few of the funny quotes it made up:

“Umm… the iconicity of the Egyptian motifs visually and conceptually activates the essentially transitional quality. ”

“I’m surprised that no one’s mentioned yet that the subaqueous qualities of the purity of line endangers the devious simplicity of the inherent overspecificity. ”

“It’s difficult to enter into this work because of how the iconicity of the sexy fish endangers the devious simplicity of the inherent overspecificity. ”

“I’m troubled by how the internal dynamic of the biomorphic forms spatially undermines the distinctive formal juxtapositions. ”

“As an advocate of the Big Mac Aesthetic, I feel that the aura of the purity of line endangers the devious simplicity of the distinctive formal juxtapositions. ”

This was really funny, now we can continue and focus on real comments of art (not “art”).

About Iosif

CD Iosif Trif takes interest in developing creative works as well as studying the impact works of art and cultural products have on people at both a personal and group level.

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