Tag: visual arts

Ways to Get Your Art Appraised and Valued

Art is subjective. What is beautiful to one person may not be to another. This is why appraising and valuing art can be challenging for both artists and potential buyers. The value of an artwork isn’t determined by how much others might want it, but rather the amount someone is willing to pay for it.…

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Considerations that Make a Film a Form of Visual Art

Ever since film was invented, recognition of cinematic movies as forms of visual art remained a topic of debate in academic forums, as many oppose such view. Theoretical and philosophical considerations suggest that there are three ways cinema is related to visual arts, namely: cinematic art, the essence of the relationship between art and cinema…

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Cultural Asset: The Art of Video Games

In a press release on February 14, 2007: “The debate about violence in computer games must not go too far. Adults must have the right to look at tastelessness or trash or to play corresponding games within the framework of the statutory provisions. Freedom of expression and artistic freedom are among the fundamental rights enshrined…

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