Exploring Art: A Global, Thematic Approach (with CourseMate Printed Access Card) / Edition 4by Margaret Lazzari, Dona Schlesier
EXPLORING ART uses art examples from around the world to discuss art in the context of religion, politics, family structure, sexuality, entertainment and visual culture.See more details below
EXPLORING ART uses art examples from around the world to discuss art in the context of religion, politics, family structure, sexuality, entertainment and visual culture.
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Table of Contents
Part I: INTRODUCTION TO ART. 1. A Human Phenomenon. 2. The Language of Art and Architecture. 3. Media. 4. Deriving Meaning. 5. Who Makes Art and How is it Used? Part II: WHY DO WE MAKE ART? Section 1. Survival and Beyond. 6. Food and Shelter. 7. Reproduction and Sexuality. Section 2. Religion. 8. Deities and Places of Worship. 9. Mortality and Immortality. Section 3. The State. 10. Power, Politics, and Glory. 11. Social Protest/Affirmation. Section 4. Self and Society. 12. The Body. 13. Race, Gender, Clan, and Class. 14. Nature, Knowledge, and Technology. 15. Entertainment and Visual Culture.
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