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Similar results, in a harder style, were achieved by the American Surrealist artist George Tooker (1920–2011). i Figural distortion Byzantine artists routinely elongated ﬁgures, particularly on the walls of churches, to create a sense of presence. The Cretan artist El Greco (1541–1614), borrowed from this tradition and brought the power of elongated forms into Spanish painting with highly expressive effect. The German Expressionist painters of the twentieth century often brutally distorted ﬁgures for dramatic effect.
Most art movements have adopted crafting that is simply sufﬁcient to the task at hand. With Conceptual Art and its promotion of the primacy of ideas over objects, the importance of craftsmanship disappears altogether. Postmodern artists, such as Jeff Koons (1955–) and Damien Hirst (1965–), often have their artworks made by somebody else. indd 51 (Text) (F39)Job:06-41339 Title:RP-Universal Principles of Art #175 Dtp:LY Page:51 6/26/14 11:57 AM 6/26/14 11:55 AM 22 CREATIVITY ANALYZING THE PROCESS OF MAKING SOMETHING NEW Creativity, the generation of new ideas, insights, and previously unimagined images and artifacts, is usually thought of as central to the making of art.
For example, in 1960, Dutch artist Stanley Broun declared that all the shoe stores in Amsterdam constituted his art object. i Document An event, object, or activity is documented, and the documentation is then exhibited as evidence of an artwork that can be contemplated but which may no longer exist. i Political/social statement The artist employs the forum of the art exhibit in order to focus attention on a political or social issue. In 1971, artist Hans Haacke presented Real Time Social System, an investigation into the real estate holdings and commercial practices of a wealthy New York family, as an exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum.
An Outline Of The Theory Of G-Sets by Chris Hillman