Cubism – (French. Cubisme, from cube – cyb) direction in the first century of the 20th century. The plastic language of cybism is based on the deflection and decomposition of items on the basis of heightened plasticity, displacement of the form.
Many Russian artists have passed through the Kibism, often joining his principles with the help of other modern dispatchers.
The emergence of cubism is attributed to 1907, when P. Picasso painted the picture Avignon Girls (Museum of Modern Art, New York), unusual for its acute grotesque: deformed, coarse figures are depicted here without any light and light elements and perspectives, as a combination of decomposed on the volume plane. Continue reading
Architecture is a necessary part of the means of production and the material means of existence of human society. Her artistic images play a significant role in the spiritual life of society. The functional, structural, and aesthetic quality of architecture (use, strength, beauty) are interrelated.
The works of architecture are buildings with an organized interior space, ensembles of buildings, as well as structures used to decorate open spaces (monuments, terraces, embankments, etc.). Continue reading