Anthro 201 Art and Society Art and Politics Lecture
Anthro 201 Art and Society Art and Politics Lecture Anthropology 201
Popular in Art and Society in Ancient and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Art and politics Power 0 Strati cation leads to unequal power 0 Strati cation in 0 Social class Inherited Cast society 0 Ethnicity a Region Elitism o Exists in complex societies strati ed 0 Elite people want to keep status quo o Re ned sensibilities Elitism and Art 0 Technically dif cult art in strati ed societies 0 quotFine artquot 0 quotre ned tastequot 0 Not actually any difference between complex and less complex societies art content Western elitism and art 0 Beauty perfect form 0 Only certain things are art 0 Superior people can appreciate real art 0 Examples certain types of music Propaganda 0 Anything disseminated by advocates of a cause or a belief 0 Art is very commonly for propaganda o USSR Example USSR Example 0 Russian Revolution of 1917 communism takes control Campaigns for literacy and health care Campaigns to attack government opponents 0 Civil war until 1920 o Stalin era Campaigns for political discipline Hope or Fear Stalin era Propaganda o Aesthetic 0 Dynamic visuals Photomontage o Diagonal lines strong contrasting colors and shapes
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