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the creation of beautiful or significant things

photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication

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Brustein's one-standard-fits-all approach seems to recognize little residual effect of past injustices on the current condition of black people or to acknowledge any African retentions of consequence in black artistic expression that warrant his special attention or study.
The problem, he argues, is that even a renovated canon in which every part of the world is represented would invariably, in its universalistic pretensions, assimilate such diverse artistic expression into a simultaneously unifying and corrupting European frame, leaving local folk traditions as a kind of exotic "reserve.
He dismisses Friedrich Antal's attempt at a Marxian history of Trecento visual culture as "inept," but Antal's attention to disparate currents of artistic expression suggests an alternative to Trachtenberg's emphasis on framing devices and conditions that, ironically, tend to dissolve the "phenomenological accessibility" of individual artworks.
Supreme Court has interpreted the First Amendment's protection of artistic expression very broadly.
What is perhaps most disturbing about this campaign to attack Catholics is the cowardly attempt to hide this bigotry under the covers of artistic expression.
Thus, African-American artistic expression is informed by the substance of its culture, heritage, and history.
While the government's intent may be to protect children, it can't act in a way to limit artistic expression or adult access to music.
We are very strong defenders of freedom of speech and freedom of artistic expression.
Theatre Tribe - so named because Rogers views artistic expression as a collaborative rather than competitive venture - is an invitation-only membership company geared toward staging new works or plays previously unseen in Los Angeles.
Dance as entertainment, artistic expression, and social movement--FCBD encompasses all of these things plus a commitment to a historical dance form and a challenge to our fat-phobic ideas about women.
With an odd blend of cool compassion and gallows humor, Plays Well With Others depicts the '80s as a decade marked by the gay community's great artistic expression and enormous loss.
In our liberated times it is standard to note or conjecture the sexual habits of the subjects without demonstrating their relevance to artistic expression.
As an academic in an alien, artistically backward country, he strove to justify Modernism in general as well as geometric abstraction in particular, though, like many members of the Bauhaus, he had a tendency to turn artistic expression into an object lesson.
4) So, in a sense, museums and galleries can be vital points of stability in an increasingly frenetic world, and while they certainly assist commodification of art and history, there seems to be no way of avoiding the process - Conceptual Art has come and more or less gone and the happening has scarcely replaced traditional forms of artistic expression - though it flourishes in various forms (for instance Christo continues to wrap up the great buildings of the world - p11).