Real Fine. . real art. Is it bad that I like it nonetheless? Real Fine real art Is it bad that I like nonetheless?
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User avatar #2 - ohgodmysides
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(12/07/2012) [-]
Is it bad that I like it nonetheless?
#13 - maysonlee **User deleted account**
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User avatar #22 to #13 - ascendedwings
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Sah deep!
#44 to #13 - anon id: f8995486
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Status on Jimmies: Rustled.
#50 to #13 - youxbarstard
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OK if that **** can get called art then we might as well start throwing people at each other and then say that's art -_-
#17 to #13 - kennyroks
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but.... why?
#18 to #17 - brendameistar
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apparently we're not rich enough to know.
User avatar #27 to #13 - hanakoikezawa
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Uh-huh

Curator, Leah Dickerman: Kazimir Malevich's Suprematist Composition: White on White was painted the year after the Russian Revolution of 1917.

Malevich was one of the first artists to create works that stepped away completely from trying to make images of the visible world. And in this work you can see that Malevich is pushing the limits of the possibility of abstraction. A white form glides on a white expanse at the very threshold of visibility. And color is minimized although it's still present. You can see that there's two very different forms of white in the composition. And the surface is very worked. So white is a way of taking away, minimizing color itself and actually focusing on the material of painting.

You see the touch of the brush again and again and you can see that it's very much a picture about the process of painting.

Malevich breaks with the use of perspective that traditional tool to create the illusion of dimensional depth in the work of art although there is a kind of spatial sense that's created by skewing the square form in the center of the composition and the way it's layered over the slightly warmer white ground.

This was painted a year after the Russian Revolution. And you can understand it as part of an effort to create a new visual language for a new world.
User avatar #28 to #27 - illegalartist
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im going to jerk off into napkins in one of the middle eastern warzones and tell my grandchildren to put my semen in galleries because im trying to "create a new visual language for a new world"
User avatar #29 to #28 - hanakoikezawa
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I'm gonna go cut up a chicken for blood and put the blood onto a Dried Blood Red color paper, brb.
#43 to #27 - anon id: 4da2c58a
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It's bad.
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User avatar #33 to #5 - daentraya
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Its actually pretty difficult to draw in a childish style, that isnt silly. It seems that modern artists just perfect the art of drawing in an abstract childish style and make it look refined
#49 - daelril
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#16 - isangelous
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This urinal is considered to be one of the most influential works of the twentieth century.
#32 to #16 - anon id: 372da587
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I hate that urinal. It essentially started modern art.
User avatar #37 to #16 - MaxFabian
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except back in the twentieth century, people hated it, people were disgusted by it, and people refused to show it in an exhibition that stated it would display any piece of art.
User avatar #40 to #37 - isangelous
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Yes, but that doesn't change the fact that it practically started an artistic revolution, and a terrible one at that.
User avatar #23 to #16 - cadaverbox
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Too bad modernism and postmodernism is total *********
#31 - emurater
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This is the third ******* time this year this has been on the front page.  What is wrong with you people.  Jesus *********** christ.
This is the third ******* time this year this has been on the front page. What is wrong with you people. Jesus *********** christ.
#34 to #31 - amandatoddd **User deleted account**
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User avatar #36 to #34 - quietbrony
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Alot.
User avatar #47 to #31 - radamski
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It's December. 3 times since January is pretty good for FunnyJunk
User avatar #42 to #31 - drainbramage
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I browse a lot and this is the first time I've seen it. What's your point?
User avatar #11 - jokeface
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Looks like a flock of birds getting ****** up by a barrage of gunfire.
User avatar #19 to #11 - theblargypargler
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Is it bad if I took a look at the picture with that in mind,and laughed maniacally for literally a good 2 minutes?
User avatar #20 to #19 - jokeface
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Some might say it's cause for concern, but here on the internet, such a reaction is not only welcome, but expected.
#51 to #20 - youxbarstard
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Almost compulsory.
#1 - trevorsta
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**trevorsta rolled a random image posted in comment #64 at The "D" ** mfw he thought it was art
#12 - ponymagic
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The awkward moment when your mustache disappears because of certain facial expressions...
#41 - bloobtoob
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**bloobtoob rolled a random image posted in comment #1861859 at MLP Brony Board ** < mfw forehead is infront of hat.