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Voloshina, L.A. (2021). Sense of art (from the experience of perceptions of art). Cultural Heritage in the Context of Social Development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 2 (2), 88-136. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/art2021-05-002 -------- EOI: 10.11249/art2021-05-002 -------- Author's Certificate

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The research is devoted to a specific human ability, which the author calls “the sense of art”. It is presented in detail what components of art (in this case, painting) affect the viewer, falling into the sphere of his sensuality. The sense of art is aimed at developing the spiritual life of a person. The connection of this feeling with creative individuality, with traditional folk culture, is shown. In this research, the author, concludes that this feeling is inherent only in a person, the ability to perceive reality given in artistic images. This is an individual creative process of emotional and intellectual, rational and transcendent cognition of reality through the objects of artistic creativity.

Keywords:

sense of art, individuality, archetype, artistic image, perception, tradition, sensibility, aesthetic cognition.

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Popa, I.A. (2021). Net art-fine art: progressive versus destructive. Cultural Heritage in the Context of Social Development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 1(1), 150-162. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/art2021-05-001 -------- EOI: 10.11249/art2021-05-001 -------- Author's Certificate -------- Conference Certificate

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The mankind has always been in search of improving its technological discoveries; as a result, culture and tradition were strongly influenced by this progress. Is there art without technique and science? There is. But as far as it is that we can make art without technique, so true is that technique improves art and even help it to develop itself. Technique generalizes, it can deny the irreductible particular cases and forms. The digitalization has made progress and can go beyond the rules that art has already been using. By introducing digital technologies in the field of making art and also selling it, we need a guidance to make it clear what kind of practices are beneficent for those who are parts of the huge mechanism of the artistic world: artists, collectors, curators, art critics, art historians and last but not least for the art loving public.

Keywords:

digital, progressive, fine art, technologies, artists.

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Darie, B. (2021). The Art of Acting: intercrossing borders between science and art. Cultural Heritage in the Context of Social Development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 1(1), 138-149. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/art2021-04-004 -------- EOI: 10.11249/art2021-04-004 -------- Author's Certificate -------- Conference Certificate

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The article aims to present professor’s Ion Cojar method regarding the methodology of approaching the actor`s art from the point of view of the teaches who form future actors that are well trained, reaching both theoretical and practical dimensions. The purpose of the paper is to outline the fact that the art of acting is not something done by instinct or guided by emotions and spontaneous reactions, but, behind the scenes, lies a well-developed method, tested across many generations of students that combines psychology, aesthetics, critical thinking and acting practices. Blending old and new methods, creating a link between what was tested and what can be used in the future, the techniques used in the process of training the student from The National University of Theatre and Film “I.L. Caragiale” proved to be relevant in creating professionals that can operate in the artistic and scientific fields. In today`s context, there has to be a shift of paradigm in the way people see the art of theatre, that can no longer be treated only from the aesthetic point of view. Acting methods can be used in the educational process and in raising the well-being of future generation by combining them with work models that make appeal to scientific data, offering to the future actor a larger domain to explore and develop.

Keywords:

acting, psychology, self, scientific knowledge, methods, theatre.

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Sida, C., Moldovan, S.-S. (2021). Cyclicity in creation: from abstraction to figurative, from figurative to abstract. Cultural Heritage in the Context of Social Development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 1(1), 127-137. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/art2021-04-003

EOI: 10.11249/art2021-04-003

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The paramount focus of this article shall be on painting, mainly that of contemporary artists, but apprehending back to their modern predecessors without which some of the aforementioned contemporary painting figurative/abstract would have been inconceivable. The research of the identification of some directions in painting, both in the creative process and in the educational one, is a difficult objective to achieve. The hierarchy and classification of some tendencies, as plastic formulas, represents a challenge only if we consider that any artist crosses over, during his artistic career, several stages of creation. At the same time, the present research aims to bring to attention one of the most significant examples of relating the topicality of artistic creation, with amplifying and renewing the horizon of artistic higher education. These aspects are always, or should be integrated in the teaching of each artist who teaches in art higher education institutions. The authors’ cases are important because they can reveal different aspects of the creation process that on one hand can start with abstraction and find the figurative in it, and on the other hand it can have its roots in reality, a reality that is reduced in simple abstract forms by the process of abstraction. Both cases have interdisciplinary aspects from psychology, philosophy and are related with other aspects of human activity such as memory, imagination, abstraction.

Keywords:

painting, avantgarde, contemporary painting, ready-made, assemblage, object painting, art theory, dadaism, neo dadaism.

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Cretiu, A.-E. (2021). Politeness and the Art Criticism Discourse. Cultural Heritage in the Context of Social Development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 1(1), 163-180. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/art2021-04-002 -------- EOI: 10.11249/art2021-04-002 -------- Author's Certificate -------- Conference Certificate

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Art criticism usually manifests itself in such written genre-texts as art reviews. When producing such a text, the critic finds himself/herself in a position of the interface between the general public and the artist, and, consequently, between the general public and the work of art. While, on the one hand, the critic has to remain true to his/her role as a guide to mediating understanding and appreciation of the works of art by the audiences, meanwhile bringing efficient/effective suggestions for the artists, on the other, the critic also needs to be a master of good writing in the use of the most effective discourse strategies. These include the application of the most relevant politeness principles for the sake of perpetuating good communication throughout the art world. The present study aims to discern the mechanisms of utilizing those principles in art criticism, in direct relationship to how works of art are (negatively) evaluated by the critics, who may balance between remaining polite and becoming utterly/straightly impolite, for the sake of truth.

Keywords:

art, art criticism, the pragmatics of politeness, discourse strategies.

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Soreanu, C. (2021). Artistic strategies in Oliviero Toscani’s advertising. Cultural Heritage in the Context of Social Development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 1(1), 181-208. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.

DOI: 10.47451/art2021-04-001 -------- EOI: 10.11249/art2021-04-001 -------- Author's Certificate -------- Conference Certificate

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In this article, we will discuss how contemporary advertising becomes the territory where various artistic expressions contribute in a complementary way to the constitution of the meaning of a work. The case study will approach the activity of Oliviero Toscani, and his two decades of collaboration with Benetton materialized in memorable advertising campaigns that rewrote the visual history of contemporary advertising. We will analyze how photographic media provides advertising with one of the most consistent expressive resources, based on the realism of the image, the endless possibilities in managing the visual composition, the premises of reproducibility and, last but not least, the appetite of an audience eager for the technological image. Also, we will try to discuss the creative premises and mechanisms that characterize Toscani’s creation, the reading conditions of his advertising works, as well as how his creative strategies combine the expressiveness of the technological precision of press photography, and the appropriation strategies specific to artistic postmodernity.

Keywords:

advertising, Benetton, media, Oliviero Toscani, photography, postmodern.

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