Modernism

19 Dec 18
I Wanna F5 My Life

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/callaloo/v032/32.4.sandler.html   1. Review your reading notes on your writer-of-choice and your notes from our class reading and discussions. From these notes make a list of at least five methods of poem-making or craft your writer uses in composing her/his work. If there is something you see the writer doing for which there is no term feel free to […]

19 Dec 18
Novelism

Pablo Neruda (Pseudonym of Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto, Parral, Chile, 1904 – Santiago de Chile, 1973) Chilean poet, Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971 and one of the greatest figures of the Latin American lyric of the twentieth century. The youth of Pablo Neruda belongs to what is perhaps the most read book in the […]

19 Dec 18
Modernist Journals

THE DOME The Dome was published by the Unicorn Press in London. Some subtitles include: “A Quarterly Containing Examples of All the Arts” and “An Illustrated Monthly Magazine and Review.” It was a literary periodical edited by Ernest J. Oldmeadow. The magazine was only published for three years- from March 1897 to July 1900. It […]

19 Dec 18
Pelin Bütüner

In old times, cultural and political nationalism were not thought that they are not linked with each other but in a time it is understood that both of them should be examined with their relation. Since, national political leaders who are affected from war, regime change, and local political event in negative way, create some […]

18 Dec 18
Cordite Poetry Review

In a judicious review of two ‘lucid and intelligent books’ on the job of the literary critic* and of a new edition of Eric Auerbach’s Mimesis, Edward Mendelsohn argued against the essential nostalgia of criticism in favour of a version of Kant’s ‘universal subjective’: finding ways to cross ‘the disputed border between popular and elite culture … without pretending it doesn’t exist’.

18 Dec 18
Alexandras Blog

The first abstract painter – was a woman -. At the moment the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York shows a stunning exhibition about Hilma af Klint  (1862-1944) who surprisingly turned out to be the first abstract painter in history before all these so-called pioneers like Kandinsky or Mondrian, who would draw their earliest […]

18 Dec 18
Megan Scott - Fine Art

Paradigm- Contemporary- Avant-Garde- Modernism Modern Art Impressionism Abstract Abstract- Expressionist Expressionism Cubist Muse Postmodern Neoliberalism Autonomy Pedagogical Critical Thinking Paradox Archetypal image Taxonomic Illusionism Beaux-Arts Parenthesis Zeitgeist Picture plane Lebensraum Periodization Discursive Realism Derriere-garde De-materialisation of artwork Free art

18 Dec 18
OMAHUNG WORLD

19th century Antoine-Jean Gros, Surrender of Madrid, 1808. Napoleon enters Spain’s capital during the Peninsular War, 1810. The 19th (nineteenth) century was a century that began on January 1, 1801, and ended on December 31, 1900. It is often used interchangeably with the 1800s, though the start and end dates differ by a year. The 19th century saw large amounts of social […]

18 Dec 18
LIYANG DING

The conference paper that I am working on to explain the transfer of the architectural ideas and pedagogy from the Bauhaus to China reminds me a fairly long piece that I wrote in 2013. That paper was intended to articulate the “translation” process of modernism from the West to China during the early 20th century.  […]

18 Dec 18
Off the Record

First off, Tell me about yourself? Well, the homophobic hate mail labelled me “THE…. Sodomite Hal Duncan!!” (sic) and that seems as good an intro as any. I’m a queer writer, mostly known for science fiction and fantasy, but I do a fair bit of spoken word too, not exactly the shy and retiring type, […]

18 Dec 18
Taylor Payne

Béla Bartók’s life and works, Revolutionized by Folk Music   Béla Bartók (1881-1945) is an internationally recognized composer and musicologist credited for his collections of music, analytical writings and musical compositions. After the year 1915, a new element that weaved its way into a lot of Bartók ‘s works. In this paper, we will explore […]

18 Dec 18
Barrington Homebuyers

As we flip to the last pages of our 2018 calendar, it’s time to look at interior design trends on the rise – and say goodbye to those on their way out in 2019. Here are our predictions about what’s in and what’s out in the year to come. What’s in Warm modernism It’s official […]

18 Dec 18
~*LunaSea*~

Dunnett, Dorothy. The Unicorn Hunt. New York: Vintage Books, 1999. Reason read: to continue the series started in August in honor of Dunnett’s birth month.  If you are keeping track, it is now mid 15th century and the world, especially Europe, is standing on the doorstep of modernism. Our hero Nicholas has a new name. He is […]