Art is enigma of communication that can be used by anyone who has the skills and ability to express themselves through art. Lovers of art find it intriguing that a diagram drawn in an artistic manner can be used to communicate to any number of people regardless of the time that elapses before the art imagery is unmapped.
The Great Age of the Seljuqs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
It displays works of art whose creation dates back to the period between 11th and thirteenth centuries. Seljuqs were the creators of the art. Seljuqs refers to a Turkish empire whose descent is Central Asian. The short reign of Seljuqs brought about economic and cultural revolution as well as tremendous triumph in technology and science. Over 270 objects made of wood, glass, paper, ceramics, stucco, and various textiles. All the aforementioned collections are on loan advanced by private and public entities in London, Europe and other Middle East countries.
The Neo naturists
Though a lot of performance art was done naked between the 1970s and 1980s, none of those former art presentations can beat the display that the Neo Naturists made. The discrepancy between the art of Neo Naturists and other groups like Coum Transmissions was that Neo Naturists approached art from a free form and the expressions were explicit. Nude female artists participated a lot.
Neo Naturists group was formed by St Martin’s School of Art graduates in collaboration with Binnie and Wilma who were sisters. The canvasses used were their bodies, and some swirling patterns covered their bodies, and then they would throw themselves into some performances that were unplanned. This was a display of gloopy mayhem and paganism. The group is on record saying that they accept traditions that are age-old. The group has excellent documenters. Their films and some performances which are on record are available for perusal by any visitor to their library.
Ten male performers are on record playing guitar, singing as they sip beer. A soft focus sex scene is seen behind pitting a plumber and a housewife. The title of the work is “Take Me Here”. Kjartansson brings out a slightly preposterous figure. He was born to a bohemian family in 1976, and he has numerous works to his name. Some of his works include The Visitors (he did in 2012, where he is filmed seated in a bath as he croons and strums his guitar), Death and the Children (he did in 2002, where his dressing code matches that of a Grim Reaper, and he moves near to a group of school children and shouts to them that he is death! The children laugh at him instead of running away.) He doesn’t loathe making others look stupid. He is accredited with the act of telling a joke too many times that it becomes painfully funny to the subject or is it funny painfully? He pushes things to the extreme. That is his world even in art. He leaves nothing to chance as he tries to prove a point in art.