Art Legends in History

Art Legends in History is a podcast for those curious to learn more about art.

https://www.artlegends.org

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 11m. Bisher sind 10 Folge(n) erschienen. Jeden Tag erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 2 hours

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episode 10: Pablo Picasso - “The world today doesn’t make sense, so why should I paint pictures that do? “


Throughout his 92 years of life, Pablo Ruiz Picasso helped shape the progression of modern art through the 20th century, perhaps more than any other artist. He was a master painter but also experimented with sculpture, ceramics, collage, and etchings. His innovative work and startling mix of styles have had an unparalleled impact on modern and contemporary art. 


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 2021-09-20  12m
 
 

episode 9: The Sculptures in Ancient World


The ancient sculptures were works from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, and Greece, given that history associates these countries as the origin of their most famous sculptures. We will provide an in-depth analysis of ancient sculptures from these regions and their purpose. 


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 2021-09-17  11m
 
 

episode 8: Yayoi Kusama - “My art originates from hallucinations only I can see.”


Yayoi Kusama is probably one of the most popular living artists in the world. Her works are well recognized across all sectors of society, and #yayoikusama is consistently trending on Instagram. Fans queue for hours to snap a selfie against the backdrop of her dazzling installations, but few bother to delve into the history or personal background of the artist and what she went through to achieve this success. 


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 2021-09-15  14m
 
 

episode 7: Alek Katz - He has been called the “artist of the immediate.”


Katz acknowledged and then rejected abstract expressionism and developed his style. He has been called the “artist of the immediate.” Katz himself says he paints “The Artifacts of Culture,” and his work lies in the immediate present. He is an extraordinarily prolific artist and is best known for his portraits, landscapes, and floral paintings; many painted on a huge canvas. His portraits are tightly cropped, and, with a blank background, they focus entirely on the subject...


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 2021-09-14  10m
 
 

episode 6: Banksy - The invisible man.


Banksy is the pseudonym used by the well-known UK-based street artist, though his identity remains a mystery. Banksy's distinctive style is known by the stenciled graffiti artworks that appear unannounced, typically in public places, often depicting figures integrated into the physical environment and addressing political and social themes.             

Banksy has achieved international success as a graffiti artist, with some of his artworks selling for over £1 million...


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 2021-09-14  13m
 
 

episode 5: Street Art - Is an essential part of contemporary art.


Every wall, street corner, building, or any flat surface in public places is the canvas of street artists. Street Art is more than an artistic expression or a movement. It is an essential part of contemporary art. 

Street art is typical in urban areas. It is somewhat connected to graffiti but is not limited to spray paint. 

People leaving their mark on walls has been around for thousands of years. Graffiti etched on walls has been found in the city of Pompeii...


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 2021-09-12  11m
 
 

episode 4: Pop Art - A colorful and exciting art movement.


Pop Art is a colorful and exciting art movement. It made its appearance in the US and the UK in the 1950s. It is the most well-known development in the Arts of the 20th century. 

When Pop Art first entered the artistic scene, it was considered shocking and radical. It was the complete opposite of abstract expressionism that came immediately before it. 

Pop Art came to be due to popular culture, mass media, and consumerism...


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 2021-09-10  11m
 
 

episode 1: Andy Warhol - Managed to blur the lines between high art and popular culture.


One of the most famous artists of his time, and perhaps of all times, Andy Warhol managed to blur the lines between high art and popular culture, artist and celebrity. He is responsible for some of the most iconic images of the 20th century.


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 2021-09-09  11m
 
 

episode 3: Frieda Kahlo - Remarkable woman who led an unconventional life full of passion and pain.


Born Magdalena Carmen Freida Kahlo y Calderon in Mexico City in 1907, Frieda became one of Mexico’s greatest artists. Perhaps the world’s most famous female artist, Frida Kahlo’s image is recognized throughout the world. You’ll find her distinguishable image on notebooks, t-shirts, mugs, and tea towels all over the world. Through her paintings, she expressed her pain and explored her identity. She was a remarkable woman who led an unconventional life full of passion and pain...


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 2021-09-09  14m
 
 

episode 2: Jean-Michel Basquiat - Lived a dramatic, chaotic, and brilliant life.


From street graffiti artist to a self-taught, modern expressionist, Jean-Michel Basquiat lived a dramatic, chaotic, and brilliant life as his paintings. He was a modern polymath. His passion was painting, but he was also a musician and an actor. 

He was convinced from a very young age that he would be famous, that he would be someone special, but at the same time, he self-sabotaged himself through reckless behavior and drug abuse...


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 2021-09-09  10m
 
 
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