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Last week I taught a class at CalArts and the students just ate it up. I had so much fun that I wanted to do it again online!
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Wed Dec 7, 2011, 7:59 PM




Duchamp finds a discarded urinal.  He alters it (by signing a name to it not even his own, but obviously “the artist’s”)
and names it “The Fountain”. The most mundane, even off-putting, of objects is transformed by Duchamp into art. He submits
it for exhibition and it is rejected.  You might say the judges “pissed on” his idea. But the idea was born and persisted.
Duchamp insisted the object was art because he as an artist presented it as such. “Conceptual Art” was born.



A Theory of the Essence of Art: The Concept is Everything.


Artists following Duchamp sought to really get at what art is all about by diminishing the compositional and aesthetic
element of an artwork and concentrating on what “art says about it itself” – the commentary a piece of art makes on artist
and viewer, on the very nature of art, on why we make art and look at it and what the experience means.





What if an artwork is wildly technically accomplished but “means” little or nothing to the artist?









Michelangelo spent six years painting the Sistine Chapel ceiling and another six adding “The Final Judgment”. He especially
resented the ceiling job, considering it the Pope’s “vanity” project.  Now his genius is recognized, but at the time he felt like he was doing slave labor, rather than making his own statement in art.




Hostages Of Temptation by oO-Rein-Oo:thumb24477654:retirement installation: then by jordanmart



Conceptualists take the “idea” in art and posit that artistic skill is not the point.
“The Concept” is the whole message, the whole point of the message, the expression, the human exchange.













Yoko Ono "published" as art her notes on how to go about having an aesthetic experience with art.


Alfred Hitchcock meticulously crafted screenplays and fully “storyboarded” (made scene by scene drawings exactly as the camera would
frame each scene) before rolling film on his movies. He complained that the real moviemaking, the real artistry, came in the creation of
the storyboards. After that, he felt, his movie was “done.” He found the actual filming redundant and boring.









But what if these abstract modern artists are really just con men or hacks who can’t draw?









Check out Jackson Pollock's early abstract paintings that he did before he began dripping paint on the floor.


Check out Rauschenberg’s 300 early paintings before “his” “Erased De Kooniong Drawing”.


Check out Miro’s early representational work from before the sculptures and mobiles.


Check out Julian Schnabel’s early paintings from before he started gluing broken plates to walls.


There’s quite a body of evidence that “conceptual art” isn’t a con. Real artists go where their muse takes them – even if it’s to “the thought” that births the art becoming the art itself.











Worrying about artists’ motives brings up the question of “artist’s intention”.Conception and intention are different.  A traditional
artist “intends” to achieve expressing something for him/herself and/or to an audience through an artwork.  The artist’s intent may be to
capture and invoke sadness, apathy, ecstasy, whimsy, etc.  When DuChamp did his Urinal he was only talking about the meaning of art itself, he was not trying to convey any other idea.




Just a wish by Kyuthi The Grandpa Tales by theSong SUPER PSY by cetrobo



At the end of it all, can we ever really know an artist’s intention or fully understand his/her big concept?  We often think we can and do.
Like we think we know the heart of our beloved. That little leap of faith is what art – and life – is all about.  And all the affirmations and
disillusionments that follow in the wake of each momentous jump into the unknown we kind of think we know is a part of that Big Concept.






Questions for the Reader:


  1. If an artist makes you think up is down it could be construed as a game, a trick, or an artifice like a landscape reflected in a clear lake. Conceptual art is something that makes you wonder why there is an up or down and doesn’t confuse that effort with any particular “art.”  If there is no art to see, is it art at all? or maybe just a dialectic?”
  2. Christo and his wife, Jeanne-Claude, wrapped eleven islands in Biscayne Bay in pink fabric for two weeks.   What do you think these artists were saying about the environment?  That natural beauty is a gift?  Or a gift that needs no wrapping?  Or a gift in danger of being ruined by commercialization? Or that natures artwork can only be represented or framed in anew light, but never improved, by the artist?
  3. Andy kaufman was a comedian who turned “stand-up” into performance art, sometimes “ending” his routine by walking his entire audience to a nearby 7-Eleven for snacks.  Sometimes he remained “in-character” as a pro wrestler or a bad lounge singer for weeks at a time.  Do you know of other artists who have “conceptually” burst the normal bounds of their specific art forms in amazing ways?
  4. Is the “Occupy Wall Street” movement not only a political statement, but also an example of conceptual performance art or “street theatre”?  Should art and protest be clearly defined or are they too closely related to ever be easily categorized or separated?  How do you think history and pop culture will define the Occupy Wall Street protests?












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The number of new watchers reached the limit once more, and hence it is time to post another watchers feature!

I've roamed through the galleries of the new watchers, and have chosen the best deviations to share with you here. I hope you'll enjoy your look through all these wonderful deviations, and that you might find a couple of new fav's as well :hug:

My last watchers feature can be seen here. But now, onto the new feature!

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Going Up? Color ver. by Foudre-Photographie Baltic Sea by theinterpreter7 I've Been To Heaven by BoozerSpooky The wall by WildEmokid Pier by Zandcorn magic in a bottle by gimmedatpie Hello there by Ayane-neko Tails Volvo by Ellis171 CoffeCup by aliersoy tinkerbell by zeyuna Little Flower Corner by redcloudrain Nikki 3 by Blackjack6164 Sun on the Swamp by Taszee My doggy Roo by stoked1212 Can U see how much I love you? by Nuedelchen Snarl by LeahPardoe Lily Pond by AmyCatherineFerguson :thumb258640350: Before Darkness by liebeLiese :thumb248520948: More Fun With Sugar by auto64 Spiral by DenChetto Above the clouds by balikyemihuhaha Orange rose by Mararda Roof by BougliBoulga Water Collide by ZhaMomza Vantage Point by jswango Drops of Colour by mockingJAY6012 wilted roses by Exkai Thirsty Bee by almadani :thumb259020446: Falling Away With You by MyLifeThroughTheLens Authum by DaniaZaldivar 49 by kunoichiXvampire raspberry. by MissPulcher autumn sky by lacrimalsoul

Somewhere Far From The Horizon by MalditaLagrima Sharpatthetouch. by AlyssaMarieA :thumb255505748: Lake by Photographyyyy Slow Tumble... by Somebody-Somewhere Emotional Pepsi 2 by underitall Scattered Memories of You by TormentedDream springmorning by MysTicPies Reflection by gitamuhammad mushrooms by darkguitar3000 Alba by DorjeJampel the birth of clouds by TheFrenchPinata Skyline by stephwfortier Empire State Building Lit by SkinnyGonzales Kujoe by mintymintymid Carrolup Sunset by PatrIshaAnn road to heaven by Chitznotalone :thumb138053564:

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The end may be near, but not before announcing the Semi-Finalists of the Fotolia 4: Stockpocalypse Challenge! These were the top 25 deviants who creatively used the Fotolia stock images provided to showcase a post-apocalyptic scene. Our finalists will be sent to the world-wide Chairman of Fotolia, Inc, Oleg Tscheltzoff, who will choose the grand prize winner. Be sure to survive the end times to witness the winner's announcement and find out who will be featured in HOW Magazine!

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a whole new world by nevs28 Robot's Vs Aliens by Joshi38 World was sold by Acrylicdreams
Vegetative State by LongHomeFox Global Warming by YanasPrecursor Broken World by redbrush
No Tomorrow by TheOrckid ...Run to the Hills by Asher629 We Made It... by dogcanjump
Apocalyptica by ENZZOK Happiness Is Relative by ktsimage The Great Flood by RoadioArts
:thumb330309016: :thumb330904531: survivor by vimark
:thumb330492913: under the same sun by BennyKusnoto A New Beginning by kmh108
Code Red Inn by anotherwanderer Phase Two: Repopulation by stayinwonderland In Reverse. by MetroHead
:thumb330854865: Dehumanized by DanielFeze In the Aftermath by Hieronymus7Z
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The end may be near, but not before announcing the Semi-Finalists of the Fotolia 4: Stockpocalypse Challenge! Find out who were the top 25 deviants who creatively used the Fotolia stock images provided to showcase a post-apocalyptic scene.
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Thank you to everyone who participated in The Lexus IS Design Contest! Judges from MotorTrend, Calty Design, VIP AutoSalon, and Lexus, collaborated to select our winners, and were truly impressed with the quality and skill represented in all 25 semi-finalists.

~psas has won

  • 1-year lease on the all-new 2014 Lexus IS
  • All expenses paid trip to see your IS design revealed at The SEMA show in Las Vegas*
  • 1-Year Premium Membership to deviantART.com
  • 8,000 deviantART Points
  • $2,000 USD Cash Prize
* Airfare, two night hotel accommodation and The SEMA show ticket.

Judge's Comments

This entry has an aggressive design with a bold stance showing IS attitude that stands out. It is almost animated but with just enough realism. It screams SEMA and is an instant eye catcher that will fit right in.

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Menacing and sleek. This design has amazing aesthetic consistency and a great presence that introduces unique components front to back. It is both conceptual and consistent with the evolution of the IS line.

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Judge's Comments

Fully embracing the Lexus spindle grill, the front facia is very bold and has just the right amount of attitude. The subtle use of color accentuates the lines without overpowering them.



Thank you to everyone who participated in The Lexus IS Design Contest! Judges from MotorTrend, Calty Design, VIP AutoSalon, and Lexus, collaborated to select our winners, and were truly impressed with the quality and skill represented in all 25 semi-finalists.
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Train Your Brain Contest Winners

Fri Jan 18, 2013, 5:42 PM

The Art Department (TAD) and deviantART challenged you to submit work in five disciplines, and the TAD judges certainly saw A+ work! The TAD faculty, who did all the judging, were extremely impressed with the talent and promise shown. Check out their winners who rose to the top of the class!

  • A trip for two to tour Pixar Studios in Emeryville, California.
  • Three online classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.
To see the ten Second Place Winners and twenty Third Place Winners, check out this journal on #TheArtDept.
Ten Second Place Winners will receive:

Two classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

Twenty Third Place Winners will receive:

One class through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

  • A full scholarship to The Art Department Illustration Academy 4-Week Workshop in Kansas City, MO, USA, consisting of travel, tuition, housing, and art supplies.
  • Two classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.
To see the ten Second Place Winners and twenty Third Place Winners, check out this journal on #TheArtDept.
Ten Second Place Winners will receive:

One class through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

Twenty Third Place Winners will receive:

One class through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

  • A full scholarship to The Art Department 3-Week Workshop in Kansas City, MO, USA, consisting of travel, tuition, housing, and art supplies.
  • Three online classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.
To see the ten Second Place Winners and twenty Third Place Winners, check out this journal on #TheArtDept.
Ten Second Place Winners will receive:

Two classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

Twenty Third Place Winners will receive:

One class through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

  • A full scholarship to The Art Department 3-Week Workshop, consisting of travel, tuition, housing, and art supplies.
  • Three classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.
To see the ten Second Place Winners and twenty Third Place Winners, check out this journal on #TheArtDept.
Ten Second Place Winners will receive:

Two classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

Twenty Third Place Winners will receive:

One class through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

  • A full scholarship to The Art Department 3-Week Workshop, consisting of travel, tuition, housing, and art supplies.
  • Three classes through The Art Department, 3D I, plus two classes chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.
To see the ten Second Place Winners and twenty Third Place Winners, check out this journal on #TheArtDept.
Ten Second Place Winners will receive:

Two classes through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

Twenty Third Place Winners will receive:

One class through The Art Department, chosen from foundations and elective course offerings.

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The Art Department (TAD) and deviantART challenged you to submit work in five disciplines offered by TAD, and the judges certainly saw A+ work! Check out the winners who rose to the top of the class!
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Remember the control room scenes of The Hunger Games? Did you know the concept work for that control room and the 3D displays was done by our very own Reid Southen (Rahll)?

Reid is a senior member on deviantART who has been on the site for six years. Reid is also doing concept work for Jupiter Ascending, an upcoming 2014 sci-fi film.

He had posted a journal about his work on the Hunger Games back in February, but wasn't able to upload his work right away. He posted this deviation to his deviantART gallery yesterday:

Hunger Games - Control Room by Rahll
"I had the pleasure of doing a lot of design work on the control room in the movie, from the interfaces to the holograms and such. Hybride in Montreal did a great job bringing it all to life, and it was fun seeing their tests and the final result.

I spent a lot of time time designing specific interfaces for certain scenes in the movie, and while a lot of that didn't make it in, it was cool to have to think through the sequences and decide how the gamekeepers would create things and manipulate the arena.

You can read a little more about it here in an interview with my VFX Supervisor Sheena Duggal."

Still from the film:

TV spot from the film:

Go +watch him! Rahll


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Train Your Brain Semi-Finalists

Thu Dec 20, 2012, 12:31 PM by Ayame-Kenoshi:iconayame-kenoshi:
In the Train Your Brain Contest, deviantART and The Art Department (TAD) challenged you to submit your work in one of the five disciplines offered by TAD: Illustration, Drawing and Painting, Animation, Entertainment 2D, and Entertainment 3D. Your assignments were reviewed by the world-renowned artists who teach as TAD faculty, and the grades are in! The following Semi-Finalists represent the top work chosen in each category. A final review will be made, and the 31 prize winners in each category will be announced shortly!

Be sure to head to TheArtDept for more information about TAD's programs and faculty! At TheArtDept, you'll find free lessons, in-depth sessions with award-winning instructors, and inspiring artwork created by TAD students and faculty alike. 

Congratulations to all!


Illustration

:thumb341106276:future by ALEXAstM.F.A. by jpacerOn the Beach by jpacersezione aurea by matman8Carnivorous plant by DangMyLinh:thumb340821653:Sleep Walkers graphic novel cover by EllenBarkinLady Murder by SomnicideRain Dance by DylanPierpont:thumb340988165:Cover Illustration by HenryChristian-Slane______ by HenryChristian-Slanedeep inside somewhere... by thuynganGrimms' Fairy Tales by natia11folklore/conceptcover/trainyourbrain/illustration by ani67printemps-automne by simonleclerc0738062The Pacifier - Train your brain by ElderscrollerFlame off by Greg-OpalinskiReflect by Greg-OpalinskiDerelict by SeaMonkey1:thumb340343842:L'Absinthe by ViridRainAunt Augustine's hobby by DwaerEntrance to the map by edgarinvokerEscort by FieldweeblePowder Days by johnstilesThe Summoning by depingoEncompassed by JadeMereDesinence by kellymckernanJail Bird by heycalebmorrisa story about anyone - page 01 by PointLineAreaTreading Through an Untrimmed Memory by mynameistranLord of the flies by yumitaphileaMandrill on Fire by jonomarksPeter and Wendy by lizpulidoJohnny Appleseed vs. The War of 1812 by heycalebmorrisTo Be Read Aloud by JMFenner91The Suicidal Giraffe by amircaticPied Piper by feverish002Perseverance by JenniferHealyThe Old Man and the Sea by johnstilesNight of the living Geek by yakonusukeThe Collector by yakonusukeVintage Self Portrait by KristinaGehrmannDefend Your Nuts by Wildweasel339The Lamentation of Gahl by skdieselFemto - Griffith Reborn by luffieContempt Pg1 - UPDATED - by cinderscarWalls Have Ears by amircatic

Drawing and Painting

Irish House by jpacerDream Glade Metta by Kudiahpersonal_demon by WhoAmI01Nelson the cat by EllenBarkinMarmelade by EllenBarkinIn the Morning by jpacerRossnowlaugh by jpacerFall by adamtanartApples by EllenBarkinChris by DRPRPortrait of my Grandfather Sir Bruce Slane by HenryChristian-SlaneTwins. by cameronasaobar by natia11Harvest Time by Acrylicdreams8 by malik4181the girl in the coffee shop by sonsouearth giant by htkpeh:thumb340342170:Etropole monastery (pyrography) by KGK-92He Set Me Dreaming by darkcornersofmymind:thumb340061592:bears by kian02Artist Portrait by kithlealBlue Ribbon by artofmaxielee:thumb339367276:Self Three (Train Your Brain - Contest) by alexracuBlue Koi digital painting by Rosane-ChawiThe Last One by tskovWandering Across A Borrowed Belief by mynameistranTemple contest submission by mutiny-in-the-airwoman Russian style by ChukgertRooftops by VabloWaiting by radakratchanovaSilence in Hell by BlacleriaRevenge of the sea by IG000RShops in Bukit Mertajam, Penang, Malaysia by ignatiusyeoGlossy Chair still life by dkdelicious:thumb337041120::thumb337011192:Chronometer as study in the mechanics of time by 21stCenturyDamoclesTime Past by algaegoblinQuestion by balazsbacsiAn Early Ifugao Morning by axis000Self Portraitz by TFseanPalermo 1820 by KristinaGehrmann:thumb285616653:Rising Sun: Arigato by ashiongcoffee and fruit by Flrmprtrix:thumb331574302:Minha Vaquinha by RaynerAlencar

Animation

Dancing deer by gaalav Lotus Scroll by Y2LXIII Snoozing owl by s4yo The bamboo dance (Check Description for the Link!) by Evaty Sandstory by jkarlin Shooting Stars (gif) by kureo95 :thumb340093510: Bandito the Raccoon by MoulinBleuMagique Jacques by MoulinBleuAbout a girl and a little robot by sssashimi Pantomime by TheLidiaLabThe Escape by 1andonlyEviLAnGeL:thumb340975556: :thumb341036196: :thumb341127724: Waiting for Perrito by ANDRESCOUTURIER God Blessed by mintwinter

Entertainment 2D

River Alley by yinteckPLA interceptor by DrednorztDull Blade by ianllanasShores of Madness by ianllanasCreature Portraits by TylerScarletTime Busters_Train your brain by strenerusExplore by yinteckwhats that? by htkpehNaga by sluggieartRangers of Refuge Harbor by FallonartColonel is back by HiepHDMole Monster by MattKatzThrough The Mountains by aFletcherKinnear:thumb340131513:Sun Fish Concept by yinteckSpirit of Birds by HenryChristian-SlaneSoul Collector by limshOne piece of the slum by DangMyLinhZombie Gladiator by yinteckR'keir by QirlataSecondhand market by DangMyLinhOperation by DangMyLinhHappy moving house #1 by DangMyLinhThe Expedition by Andre-SutherlandTang Lang by yinteckHappy Moving house #2 by DangMyLinhThe Slum by DangMyLinhtechno organic flying lizard by htkpehMountain Fight by michifromkmk:thumb340185941:DangMyLinh by DangMyLinhPort Banks- Stevie's Neighbourhood by yakonusukeGodless by elgamaFox Shaman by artoftasFOR THE GLORY!! by ShadCarlosFungus Valley by ElderscrollerCrystal Forest by KlausPillonbetter hide by sbalacVictorian Street by stayinwonderlandPillars by merl1nczAfterearth: The Fall - Environment concept 2 by boc0Stranded Ship by boc0Blackhorn by ManikkRuins Temple by windboioni valley by sbalac:thumb340974083::thumb340974860:Laputa's world by DangMyLinhGilded City by aFletcherKinnearAirborn - Ice Setting 3 - Bramble by acapulc0

Entertainment 3D

Bareboned by jocreationCap'n Alina Mayorga by thedancingmad'T Bootje - The Five Continents by Kouru17ULU Man by zongdatdo811Warrior by zigrapherThat toon girl by LunarPacifierAre You Alone? by HINDISMotorcycle 4way by DevonAGViking by zongdatdo811My Dream Car by duowlaHelex 3D by Visual3DeffectThe Successor by smallsketchJade Samurai by BadLukArtAvengers Challange Widow Tron by GraxiousGargoyle (Final Ver.) by nirmalthomasRobots 3 views by GraxiousGasStation 768 1024 by 3djockInanimalia 2.0 by En-Vysion:thumb341121753:Khonec by TheOrckidraniPokhari by nayansthaAdomant 3d Render by Noomeci-artMotorcycle for contest by Kouru17Self-Portrait Bust by LunarPacifierVherushian Male Turn Around by deamienT'Ren by phanthanhtrucWinged Beast Concept by Heliot8Bug Concept by Heliot8Dinogon concept by Heliot8Chopper by AleXM79Cowboy hut by Dushyant20b:thumb340799909:Priest digital sculpture by zigrapherTupo Ship by BangtuyPhongZoe- ready to take on the Zombie hordes. by wearesculptorGriffin by NoxiiMonster in Random (Unknown creature) by akosiartOldMan by zongdatdo811Trident Fighter by aFletcherKinnearPumpkin Hulk Game Model by liamslackofsurpriseDemon 3d by jafaimeBoy + Dinos by OlivierBrissonFuturistic air-vehicle landing by ZelfitCat by MilishWidow Tron Portrait by GraxiousIngol - God of All Existing by ZelfitUnderground Command Centre by conanhsiehMy Train Your Brain Challenge Entry by newhereShanon by olluna3D Music Channel by florescu

Please note: If during the Finalist judging, any one of the Semi-Finalists becomes ineligible or is disqualified under the Official Rules, the Semi-Finalist judges will replace the disqualified entry with a new selection to be considered by the final judges.


In the Train Your Brain Contest, deviantART and The Art Department (TAD) challenged you to submit your work in one of the five disciplines offered by TAD. Your assignments were reviewed by the world-renowned artists who teach as TAD faculty, and the grades are in! Check out who clenched the top spots!
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