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The Metro connects the city with most of its metropolitan area. Its highest ranked hospital was Pablo Tobon Uribe Hospital, which ranked in seventh place in A shallow description and analysis of the existing experiences approach us to their contribution to the sustainment of the culture and rural identities and suggest us some proposals to improve and raise the community participation.

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There is a significant disparity in crime rates by neighborhoods, with virtually no homicides in El Poblado to areas with open gunfights in the outskirts. La ciudad de Alicante presenta una menor variabilidad interna en sus indicadores de mortalidad. This article explains the operation of the composting plant of muds of residual waters in the location of Calles, in Valencia.

These compositional differences suggest that two source rocks, or two distinctive organic facies within the same Cretaceous La Luna Formation, generated and filled vertically poorly connected Eocene reservoirs. The Western conception of great art as a fusion of the real, or truthful, with the ideal, or beautiful, is descended from the aesthetics of ancient Greece. This philosophy was expressed succinctly by the English Romantic poet John Keats in these famous lines from Ode on a Grecian Urn: Beauty is truth, truth beauty—that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.

Archeological Museum, Olympia. Besides expressing spiritual beliefs or cultural ideals, art from the earliest times has been used to declare the power of rulers. The pharaohs of Egypt erected huge structures to declare their strength; Roman emperors constructed triumphal arches in conquered territories.

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For thousands of years, artists served kings and queens. During the Renaissance, royal images were not just stylized versions of majesty as seen in Egypt but true portraits. His Henry VIII stands before us seeming larger than life, almost bursting the edges of the picture frame.

He is dressed in stunning garments, made of the finest materials sewn with golden embroidery and jewels. Imperial War Museum, London. This sculpture was approved by the dictator, who ordered its mass production and distribution.

Yet Jahangir did not totally renounce flattery.

While the faces are naturalistic in the painting Jahangir Preferring a Sufi Shaikh to Kings , the setting and events are not. The Emperor Jahangir is the source of a brilliant light, too bright even for one of the cupids. Great men have come to pay homage to Jahangir: a wise old saint who the emperor places above all other admirers , the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, King James I of England, and the artist Bichitr himself.

The Emperor Jahangir sits on a throne supported by an hourglass whose sand has almost run out. Yet, on the glass, cupids are painting a prayer that he might live for a thousand years. What could resolve this contradiction?

It must be the act of painting itself, one of the great passions of the cultured emperor. One of the greatest royal patrons of arts in history, he provided studios in the palace for his court artists and gave them the finest and most expensive materials to work with. The artists rewarded him with immortality. For instance, Saar won several prizes for her designs for floats in the Tournament of Roses parade before the judges realized she was an AfricanAmerican.

After her race was disclosed, she was given only honorable mentions. By using real mementos of contemporary culture like the advertising imagery of Aunt Jemima, Saar creates a visual satire that shows how photographic reproductions tend to reinforce racial stereotypes in our society. In the early twentieth century, many artists wanted to create works that would wake viewers up and shake them out of their preconceptions about art. The Power to Change Our Beliefs Art also has the power to change the way we think, the way we understand the world around us.

Many contemporary artists use their work to express political viewpoints, to lead their viewers to a moral lesson. Saar creates her work by incorporating so-called found objects, like the mammy doll and cutout pictures of Aunt Jemima from pancake packages. These are arranged inside a box as if the artist were creating a diorama; the doll holds a broom in one hand, and a small print of another happy mammy holding a wailing white baby is propped up in front of her.

But the familiarity and friendliness of these images is radicalized by the incorporation of a black power fist in the foreground of the box, as well as a rifle and pistol. Photograph by Joshua Nefsky. Art Represents Ideals Duchamp, and one of his most disturbing pictures was L. Duchamp chose to make fun of the Mona Lisa, especially because it was so beloved and had become almost like a sacred image to people who cared about art.

What he did was take a postcard reproduction of the painting, added a moustache, beard, and dark pupils in pencil, and then printed a few initials at the bottom.

Because the Mona Lisa had come to symbolize the best in Western art, he was symbolically rejecting centuries of tradition. A beautiful image was made ugly, even silly. A picture that had come to symbolize the mystery and ideal nature of all women was turned into a joke.

In earlier times, the purpose of art was to please the person who commissioned and paid for it—the patron. And visitors do cry at the wall, even those who did not personally know any of the soldiers whose names are listed among the dead and missing in action. No one can doubt that the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is the most moving monument on the mall in Washington, D. What makes it so effective? The memorial interacts with the site in a unique and powerful way.

Instead of building a structure on top of the land, Maya Lin cut into it and edged the Marcel Duchamp, L.

Private collection. Into this wall more than fifty-five thousand names of all Americans who died during the Vietnam War or remain missing are incised in date order, as if on a mass gravestone. The black granite is polished to reflect its surroundings: the sky, clouds, trees, and land, as well as each person who has come to remember see box.

The Vietnam memorial is the most popular site on the Mall in Washington, with nearly four million visitors visiting it each year.

Many are looking for the names of specific loved ones; others are there simply to pay tribute to all of those who lost their lives. From the first, visitors have interacted with the memorial in unique ways.

People reach up to touch the names and make rubbings to carry home as souvenirs. Others leave flowers, photographs, letters, and memorabilia. Because money was raised by donations from people throughout the country, and the site on the mall in Washington, D.

The choice of the design was given to a jury of prominent artists, who looked at more than fourteen hundred entries all reviewed anonymously, so the judges would not be influenced by the name or reputation of the artist. Surprisingly, their unanimous choice was the submission of a young architecture student, Maya Ying Lin.

Although the selection generated little negative comment at first, problems began to develop as the ground-breaking ceremony neared. Many Americans expected a realistic monument like ones seen in parks and town greens around the United States and were shocked by a design that was highly abstract.

The official patrons—the VVMF—began to fear that the memorial would never be built at all. Maya Lin was disillusioned by the pressure for these additions, which she felt would ruin the simplicity of her design and compromise the purity of the site. However, although she was the artist, because the patrons had downloadd her design, she had no further control over it. To her, to place a realistic statue in the center of the wall would be a mustache, a desecration of her work.

Frederick Hart, a professional sculptor, was paid ten times as much for his statue. Since then other veterans groups have lobbied for representation at the site. In , a statue honoring the service of women in the Vietnam War was added. It depicts three women in uniform, one a nurse caring for a wounded soldier. Recently, after another long battle, plans were approved for a large underground Vietnam Wall Memorial Center, designed to provide pictures and films to put the war in historical context.

In the process, it has more than satisfied the original goals of its patrons, which were to list the name of every soldier lost in Vietnam, to honor those who fought there, to make no political statement for or against the war, and to promote reconciliation.

Bronze, life-size. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a superb example of the power of art even when very abstract to reach out to the public. The Power to Awaken Our Senses Contemporary life is lived at a fast pace, and it is easy to miss what is going on around us, to have our senses dulled by overstimulation, and to literally lose focus.

In the modern world, the art of photography has become a medium for this kind of artistic revelation—to slow us down, to make us stop and really look. Ansel Adams hoped his pictures would reveal eternal truths. Gelatin silver print. A weak student, he found meaning in his life when he first began hiking in Yosemite as a teenager, carrying one of the early Kodak cameras. He would explore that wilderness into his eighties and become its foremost photographer. Throughout his life, he was not only an artist, but also an important spokesperson for the environment and a leader of the Sierra Club.

His images of Yosemite were meant to not only open our eyes, but also to convince us of the importance of preserving the wilderness in this great park. The rich range of tones and textures in Clearing Winter Storm testify to his technical mastery he was the author of ten books on photography techniques.

But his skills in the darkroom were always in the service of his vision—the spirituality, beauty, and grandeur of the natural world. Photographic art also has the power to concentrate our vision, to focus on reality in a new way.

Imogen Cunningham was a photographer who spent much of her career exploring the abstract patterns created by natural forms such as plants.

Where Adams is interested in immortalizing an entire scene, Cunningham focuses on a close-up detail of her subject By presenting just a leaf or a flower in sharp focus, her pictures almost seem to increase our vision, to enable us to see their subjects with a kind of superrealism.

Stainless steel, garden rocks, pots, pans, eating utensils, and mirror. The Power to Transform the Ordinary One pleasure of looking at art is enjoying a feeling of amazement that an artist has magically transformed ordinary materials into a marvelous work of imagination. Viewers tower above it, as if seeing the glittering metropolis from a low-flying jet. But once our eyes adjust to the glare, we can see that the city was not built with brick, glass, or mortar.

Ultimately, Zhan hopes the viewers of his city will move beyond its visual brilliance. The artist, who was trained in traditional techniques at an academy, wants us to think about the impact that urbanization has had on Chinese culture. The sparkling, commercial environment of the modern Chinese city is also cold and mechanical, disconnected from age-old customs and nature.

Even the mountains that surround Urban Landscape are made of stainless steel, like much of modern architecture.

Whiteread asked for permission to make a cast of the spaces in the very last house before it was torn down. Unlike traditional bronze sculptures that honor heroes in a public park, Whiteread commemorated the lost homes of ordinary people. The sculpture was begun immediately after the last remaining resident left. Wet concrete was sprayed into each room. When dry, the private spaces that were once lived in, walked through, dined in, and slept in became rock-hard.

Then the exterior walls were removed to reveal the huge cast sculpture. Unfortunately, House existed for less than three months.

In order to gain permission to complete the work, the arts organization that sponsored it had to agree that it would be only temporary. Today, the site is a green lawn with no sign of either the homes or the sculpture that commemorated them. It lives, like the buildings it honored, only in memory.

Like Rachel Whiteread, the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude had to address the concerns of local government agencies to gain permission to make their vision concrete, but their process took much longer. Municipal office after municipal office, mayor after mayor, turned them down until the project was finally approved, after four decades of proposals, in The final contract was forty-three pages long.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude are veteran navigators of the formalities and red tape of government bureaucracies and, in fact, consider it part of their art process in all of their work see Chapter Their projects are not financed by art organizations or corporate sponsors but entirely by themselves. In February , The Gates were finally installed and open to the public That month was chosen by Christo and Jeanne-Claude because in February, the trees are leafless and it allowed the work of art and the buildings surrounding Central Park to be seen.

Few tourists venture into the normally popular park on cold winter days. But the unveiling of the outdoor artwork transformed the chilly scene into a pageant. Drawing in two parts, Photograph: Wolfgang Volz. Photo: Wolfgang Volz.

The Gates became an international event. Tourists and residents, families, friends, and couples were drawn to the park, and smiles could be seen everywhere as people gazed up at the saffron fabric blowing in the wind. Three weeks after the installation first began, on a gray day with snow in the forecast, teams hired by Christo and Jeanne-Claude started removing all of the gates every one of its parts later recycled.

By March, Central Park was returned to its typical late winter form, but more than four million people had memories of a lovely February visit. While we have been exploring the many powerful ways that art can affect and benefit us, we have yet to consider why someone would choose to make art. While a cynical observer might say artists make art to make money, those knowledgeable about art know despite the headlines about the high prices being paid for certain artworks that few of the millions of artists at work today will ever make a living strictly from sales of their art.

The satisfactions of such a difficult and often painful occupation, then, must be more substantial than dreams of wealth. Through their art, painters, sculptors, architects, photographers, printmakers, designers, and craftspeople are all able to express their personal visions.

Mexican painter Frida Kahlo used self-portraits in the style of native folk art to express her own suffering. As a teenager, she suffered a terrible injury when the bus she was riding in was smashed by a trolley.

Her spine and pelvis were shattered, and she spent the rest of her life in constant pain, despite thirty-five operations. In her self-portrait, The Little Deer , the many insults to her body are displayed in fantastic imagery, yet there is great strength in her face. For Kahlo, the act of creating such a picture must have had a cathartic, healing power.

A sense of spontaneous playfulness, amusement, and imagination were trademarks of the German twentieth-century artist Paul Klee. The gigantic monster, shaped rather like a bird cage with a bulbous red nose but tiny arms and legs, hovers precariously above the ground, while a strange piano-machine plays on. With legs akimbo and a nervous, cross-eyed look, the monster seems to fear that when the music ends he will crash to earth once more.

Collection of Carolyn Farb, Houston. Tanze Du Ungeheuer zu meinem sanften Lied , Solomon R. Guggenheim, Accession One of the best-known artists to use art as a way of reliving the past was the Russian-born painter Marc Chagall.

Chagall was influenced by the most advanced art movements of the twentieth century. As an impoverished young art student, he traveled to Paris and met daring artists like Pablo Picasso, who were experimenting with new ideas. Refusing to be bound by the limits of visual reality, artists at this time wanted to reach beyond what they saw to paint to what they felt, and beyond that to what they dreamed.

Yet, even though his style is modern, the work of Chagall is filled with a love for the rural scenes of his childhood in Russia. In his pictures, time and gravity have no power; people and animals whirl through the heavens regardless of the rules of nature.

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Simon Guggenheim Fund. The huge cow seems benign and almost as if it is about to speak to the green man, or kiss him. Throughout his long career he lived to be ninety-six , Chagall used art to create a magical land of love and wonder—remarkable for a man whose life encompassed two world wars, the Russian Revolution, and the Holocaust in the s, Chagall, who was Jewish, was forced to flee from his home in France to the United States. For us, the realm of the arts suggests creative endeavors and includes an entire range of activities classified as cultural.

These creative arts are often subdivided into the broad categories of the performing arts such as theatre, music, and dance , the literary arts such as poetry, essays, and novels , and the visual arts. In everyday conversation, however, most people assume art means visual art, art that we experience primarily through our sense of sight. Saying that someone is an artist usually suggests that he or she draws, paints, sculpts, or designs. This is the meaning of art that this book will be using.

We define the visual arts to include the artistic media of painting, sculpture, and architecture, as well as outstanding ex- amples of drawing, printmaking, photography, design, digital art, decorative arts, and crafts. They are usually subdivided into the fine arts such as painting, printmaking and sculpture and the applied arts such as architecture and design. For centuries, in Western art, paintings and sculptures have usually been seen as a higher form of artistic production than applied or useful arts, such as book illustration or wallpaper.

However, for the last one hundred years or so, this distinction has not been as important. In Eastern art, there has never been such a division. A work of fine art is usually an original, or one of a kind, creation. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. There are exceptions to this rule. Photographs, which were once thought of as mere mechanical reproductions of reality, have also been elevated to the status of fine art.

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Although their artistic merit has been recognized, however, prints and photographs are usually less valued and less expensive than drawings, paintings, or sculptures by the same artists.

This reflects the fact that the work is not unique; it has been duplicated. A black-and-white print by a great photographer, however, is far more valuable than the painting of a mediocre artist. Folk Art Art is generally considered to be folk art rather than fine art when it is the work of untrained artists working in rural areas.

Folk art includes painting, sculpture, and all the decorative arts, but where a fine art chest may be made of ebony inlaid with ivory, the folk chest will be a simple wood box painted in bright colors.

American folk art has become very popular in recent years and commands high prices in antique stores and galleries; whole museums and galleries are devoted to folk art collections. Although she had no formal training, her pictures became so popular that by the time she died in , she was a household word in the United States, and her scenes were reproduced on everything from greeting cards to kitchen curtains. The power of her art lies in its freshness and vitality.

Through her pictures, Anna Mary Robertson Moses had the chance not only to recreate and in a sense relive her own past but also to share that world with her viewers. Her most popular subjects included maple sugaring, winter sleighing, scenes of old-fashioned farm life, celebrations of holidays, and the seasons.Painted at the height of the Italian Renaissance, this fascinating portrait of a woman has attracted attention for hundreds of years.

In their world everything was natural and real; very little was made by man. Just as the Phoenix Hall embodies the beliefs of Japanese Buddhism, the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris is a visual expression of the Christian faith of the medieval era.

Bajo la When the decorated caves at Lascaux, France, were discovered accidentally in by some boys looking for an underground entrance to an old chateau , they caused a sensation throughout the worlds of history, archeology, and art. Plan de negocio para una agencia de viajes situada en Valencia. When dry, the private spaces that were once lived in, walked through, dined in, and slept in became rock-hard. Such fertility symbols were repeated in many different materials and locations throughout Europe and were probably connected with rituals that associated human fertility with the survival of the Ice-Age clan or tribe.

With its open, airy side pavilions spread out like the wings of a bird, and its roof corners pointed upward, the whole temple appears to be about to lift up off the ground.

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