A tale of regret and a song of injustice
Learn how different artists turn seemingly niche topics into works of art that can be appreciated by anyone.
This cute short video is a short video, animates a trip to the new york met. Two girls discuss the meaning behind two famous art pieces; “A pair of shoes” by Van Gough and “A girl with red balloons” by Banksy. The two girls discuss what features make Good art and bad art. In the end, they come to a conclusion. watch the video to find out what they decided.
George Gershwin’s classical piece,Second Rhapsody, and Jean-Michel
Basquiat’s, Mona Lisa, are completely different forms of art. To me, they have a lot in common.
An inside look into Van Gogh’s Starry Night and José Clemente Orozco’s Dive Bomber and Tank.
Two star-crossed lovers in Verona… and Jerusalem? Romeo y Julieta and Song of Songs encapsulate the true meaning of love, and show how language can be a work of art.
Two works of art that I’ve enjoyed most recently are the: “Panorama of the City of New York” by Robert Moses and Raymond Lester inside the Queens Museum, as well as “Letters of Suresh” by Rajiv Joseph, shown at the Second Stage Theater, which was the first play I’ve ever seen in person in NYC, and is an experience I would highly recommend. These works were made in completely different ways, and both have their own flaws, yet that doesn’t make them any less of an art piece.
In an attempt to explain what webtoons are, I created my own webtoon chapter! It compares webtoons with graphic novels, all while breaking the fourth wall and detailing a typical conversation I would have with my close friends.
Two artists take on distinct approaches to feminist art and create timeless relatable pieces. They branch into different sectors of feminism. Their different concepts reach viewers with the same intensity.
NYC can be portrayed behind the “sophisticated” black and white lens without it compromising our creativity.