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Hans Poelzig, foyer and auditorium of the Grosses Schauspielhaus (Main Theatre), 1919, Berlin (demolished)

These photos are visually striking instantly taking your breath away leaving views in a unnerving state of unease. This gives of the impression that the building would have a metal taste in the air possibly from the rock like materials and the tools use to shape them. I also think that a slight salty taste would be ever so vaguely sprites through the particles in this old styled theatre. The smell would have to be one of earthy strong smells as the use of material over time must have dampened the entire area. I instantly sense the sounds of violent but soft violins echoing through the empty seats, and chilling piano rifts that give of the sense of loneliness and elegance. It gives of the depiction of spiky and it feels very edgy with the common design along the theatre that look like big icicles on a extremely cold day. As for the movement it would most defiantly be synchronized spinning amongst the elegant, huge pillars surrounding the theatre seats. Easily recognizable as Expressionism, as it it very haunting and give off conflicting emotions of being hauntingly beautiful.

Art Deco Style

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First Image: Vintage vogue magazine cover (1920)

Second Image: Stylized Art deco Movie Poster(1989)

 

Art deco is described as angular and highly stylized, with its distinguishing features of simple, clean shapes applying emphasis on geometric shapes, as well as using cultural symbols to integrate things like popular media, cultural significance and aesthetic value.  The first picture is a stylized female figure in the art deco style which originated from the Cubism art  movement, utilizing basic shapes and mood suggesting colours art deco became increasingly popular as artist enjoyed the different possibilities allowed through this art deco style.

The first image is a depiction of early Vogue Magazine covers that often incorporated the Art Deco style, as its stylized forms grew increasingly popular as time went on. The attraction of Art Deco came through the changing world as the Art Nouveau movement introduced its intricate, stylized forms from nature and installed virtues of the hand-crafted, the Art Deco aesthetic emphasized machine-age streamlining and sleek geometry. You can see the us of line to surest background information such as the direction of light in the Vogue cover creating a sense of motion and the same can be said about the second image

 

The Art Deco style is clearly recognizable through both pieces with their slick, stealthy designs using sharp edges to create visually interesting components in their respective pieces. Their is similarity in the flat colours that illuminate the separate planes creating distinguishable shaded areas, to the backgrounds, and in the figure its self. They both use a small range of colour but the colour choice chosen express the over all feeling the artist was going for. These similarities are the influence Art Deco had in the world of media because the style allowed for anything to become visually pleasing with certain design decisions that are a main  stay components to any Art Deco inspired piece.

 

 

 

 

 

6 Words Art Nouveau Blake Ehiogu

Art Nouveau: 1890-1910 is an international art style which was a  reaction to the academic art of the 19th century, it commonly used characteristics of natural forms and structures, particularly the curved lines of plants and flowers. It is an art style respected by the fine arts world. 

(Gustave Moreau, The Apparition, 1874–76.)

Stylized

Dramatic

Colourful

(Day dream by Alphonse Mucha, 1897.)

Romantic

Organic

Fluid

Expressive

(Alphonse Mucha, Job cigarette papers poster, 1896.)

Work cited

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Nouveau

https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-art-nouveau

http://www.theartstory.org/movement-art-nouveau.htm