This paper intends to study the interplay of two media from the perspective of art history as a function of photographic media.
In modernism, photography wanted to build its own aesthetic of photography. Photography is an era expressed in the characteristics of time, quality, and existence of photography. Painters treated photography as an auxiliary means of their work as a material that ensures the modernity of their work. Artists treated photography as an auxiliary means of work as a material for securing the modernity of their work. Modernist photography has moved closer to the essence of the photography media and relied more on the external function as an indicator of the existence of things. In the conceptual art age, photography and art were viewed from the point of view of the use and recognition of the photo media. In particular, even photography has entered an era when the presence of photography is not important in the form of the texture, but should be fully conscious of the mental basis. So, on the contrary, deviations and experiments in which photography mixes with other arts are allowed. This is why photography has become a conceptual art.
In the conceptual art, the dichotomy of photography and art became meaningless. The bigger problem is the realization of ideas, the overthrow of existing ideas. In conceptual art, each medium was borrowed from each other’s needs.
In postmodernism, photography is no longer a dichotomy between art and photography. Because photographic images are the language of the imaging era itself, they become everyday words in themselves. So modern postmodernism contains everyday ideas and photography is applied with non-aur, cultural image, and replicas that symbolize everyday experiences in the mass media era. As discussed above, photography had a great influence on contemporary art history. Since the attempt of photography to resemble painting art in the early days, photography has been sublimated to the art of independent photography, but it is emerging as a genre that provides many stimuli and moments for modern artists.
: 예체능분야 > 기타(예체능)
한국학술정보㈜의 모든 학술 자료는 각 학회 및 기관과 저작권 계약을 통해 제공하고 있습니다.
이에 본 자료를 상업적 이용, 무단 배포 등 불법적으로 이용할 시에는 저작권법 및 관계법령에 따른 책임을 질 수 있습니다.