Defiant title, yes? With this eye-catching title, Hodge obviously wrote this book for people who dislike Modern and Contemporary art.
In her book, the author counters this criticism by claiming that while Modern and Contemporary art looks childish on the surface, these works contain potent commentary on the cultures it came from. Working with this theme, Susie Hodge wants readers to educate themselves on why people from these eras made art that looked “childish”.
Pretty upbeat and playful compared to other compositions of his that I have listened so far. I think I can even belly dance to it.
As with the music of John Cage, this reminds me of music in horror films (or thrillers even). The low notes makes me visualize an unseen menace stalking some poor victim.
I absolutely adore this part of the film. Everyone looks as though they had a blast doing this.
So who pranked who?
I know I am not the only person who considered this.
Went on a road trip with mom to see the major heavy hitters of Modern and Contemporary at the High Museum of Atlanta. From Pablo Picasso to Andy Warhol, the show started with the Spanish Cubist and ended with the American Pop Artist. Beyond the big names, we see this evolution of fine art depicting everyday objects. After this cut, I give you my thoughts and why I think so.
You ever wonder if he truly disliked art, or did he just put up a front just to rile people?
With this logic, does it mean that divisive ideas do not exist?