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Art-Books-Music / Re: great art quiz
« Last post by clareak on April 10, 2010, 12:25:01 AM »
Ah, only got 67% - but then I was too willing to give Churchill a thumbs up on the art scene! I also thought that the Cezanne was by an unrecognised but brilliant amateur (in other words I thought you were too clever by half!)
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Art-Books-Music / Re: Ape or artist
« Last post by feo takahari on April 04, 2010, 10:09:11 PM »
I found an alternate way of getting 100%. I marked anything with solely blotches and near-straight lines as "ape," and anything with curved lines as "artist." Apparently, apes don't draw angles very well.
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Art-Books-Music / Re: Art Test
« Last post by Mikhail Simkin on April 04, 2010, 12:57:29 PM »
I think it's very unusual that when I looked at the article about the results, and It said an art critic got a lower score than I did. I got a 100%. Did I mention I'm not out of MIDDLE SCHOOL yet?
There is nothing unusual here. Check out the video where unsuspecting advanced art critics are praising a painting produced by children even younger than yourself:


It was really quite easy to tell what was art and what wasn't. The fake art lacked any fluidity or meaning, more like it was an optical illusion thrown on paper..
Lacked what fluidity? Perhaps you mean what other people call pixelated (because generated using a computer)? Anyway, there is a quiz where you are not going to get a 100% : Bremen Artists.
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Art-Books-Music / Re: :-)
« Last post by artangel134 on April 02, 2010, 05:09:01 PM »
I scored 50%.
I would like to note that I dont believe in the existence of art in the way most people see it.

This test proves that. The only people who could "see" the real thing from yours were those who knew the art pieces from before.


I would like to point out that I indeed scored a 100% on this quiz. I knew NONE of the pieces before me, and I don't really have much art experience except for a few art classes at school.
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Art-Books-Music / Re: Art Test
« Last post by artangel134 on April 02, 2010, 04:50:48 PM »
I think it's very unusual that when I looked at the article about the results, and It said an art critic got a lower score than I did. I got a 100%. Did I mention I'm not out of MIDDLE SCHOOL yet? It was really quite easy to tell what was art and what wasn't. The fake art lacked any fluidity or meaning, more like it was an optical illusion thrown on paper..
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Art-Books-Music / Re: the american way of ART
« Last post by BerndSaller on March 29, 2010, 05:57:25 PM »
aha - if something for you is meaningless it cannot be a painting or a picture worth to be in a worst-painting-contest

and you think that this behavior is no censorship? - what kind of education have you got?

meanings ... hmmm

for example ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmdAJrXLnns

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Art-Books-Music / Re: the american way of ART
« Last post by Mikhail Simkin on March 29, 2010, 05:36:26 PM »
you did not accept it and asked me for a more decent picture if i want to take part at the competition

what else then censorship is this?

if its art (or could be) doesnt matter at this time - the competition is a bad-painting competition and you accept in general comuter based paintings

There is no censorship at Jerdanowitch contest. It is just you picture is completely meaningless.
For example, the attached painting by Sehiy Kolyada, which depicts the Independence Square in Kyiv, Ukraine was accepted.



http://reverent.org/painting_contest_entries_2010.html?picture_to_show=1


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Art-Books-Music / Re: the american way of ART
« Last post by BerndSaller on March 29, 2010, 01:17:42 PM »
think ... i forgot japan ... moment ....

they will like it for shure *g
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