Art is an ever-evolving body of knowledge expressed through the senses in artworks. It is defined by the observer as anything produced or made with a human hand that is designed or applied intentionally to affect an audience. Art has been the preeminent human endeavor since the start of recorded history. The history of art spans the entire history of mankind, as it has been shaped and refined through culture and time.
Art and the human condition are interrelated in several different ways. The human condition is determined by social construction and the process of individual and group identification, whereas art works tend to affect the human condition in the context of technological innovations and changes in the composition of goods and services. Art is a broad spectrum of human activity including visual imagination, innovative beauty, artistic skill, physical strength, mental power, and emotional strength. There are three main key terms involved in understanding the relationship between art and the human condition.
Philosophy: The study of how art affects the human condition and the philosophical foundations of this subject have been in constant flux over the last few decades. Early philosophers subscribed to a naturalistic view of reality, rejecting the notion of a supreme being that controls the universe. Instead, philosophy sought to understand art as part of the natural world. One of the key concepts that Philosophy of art develops is that art exists as part of the larger culture, and as such, philosophy puts a strong emphasis on the role of aesthetics in culture. Other key terms associated with the philosophy of art include Subjective Art, Post-Formalism, and Representational Art.
Articular Art: An artwork consists of a single, normally intact object. A number of concomitant elements may be added to increase the ornamentation, such as text, graphic, and decorative elements. Artistic skills depend largely on the ability to perceive and interpret details, as well as to produce aesthetic value out of a given piece of art. Aesthetics are usually considered to be the final product of the human aesthetic sense, which seeks to apprehend the truth in nature through the natural aesthetic qualities of a work of art.
Conceptual Art: Ideas expressed in art form an important part of contemporary aesthetics. philosophers of art to explore how ideas are communicated and examined in the context of artistic expression. Artists must also examine the relationship between their expressive ideas and the materials (such as colors, lines, and textures) on which they are expressed. In addition, conceptual art addresses the social meaning of art and how it relates to culture and society.
Contemporary Art Styles: The definitions of modern art continue to change as artists explore new methods and explore different forms. Some of the most common genres in the modern period are Abstract Expressionism, Minimalist Art Movements, and Post-Formalist Art Styles. There is no one definition of modern art, since different artists have different ways of presenting and interpreting images on canvas. However, these four categories generally share a common theme of incorporating meaningful representations of the subject as a whole, while incorporating various stylized or abstract designs.