The Abstract and Conceptual Art of Teotihuacan Article Review by Top Papers

The Abstract and Conceptual Art of Teotihuacan
A review of Esther Pasztory's article "Still Invisible" on Teotihuacan art.
# 144474 | 1,250 words | 1 source | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Art (General)


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The paper looks at how Esther Pasztory's article "Still Invisible" relates Teotihuacan art to the rhetoric of modern and classical art and its reception of other cultures. The paper discusses how Pasztory talks about how a person must understand Teotihuacan art as another form of artistic interpretation, one that is unnecessarily degraded by the Western artistic status quo of realism and naturalism. The paper highlights how Esther Pasztory's article "Still Invisible" relates Teotihuacan art to its history, while providing a comparison to Western standards in meaning, ornament and intent.

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"Esther Pasztory's article "Still Invisible" relates Teotihuacan art to the rhetoric of modern and classical art and it's reception of other cultures. Pasztory talks about how a person must understand Teotihuacan art as another form of artistic interpretation, one that is unnecessarily degraded by the western artistic status quo of realism and naturalism. Esther Pasztory's article "Still Invisible" relates Teotihuacan art to its history, while providing a comparison to western standards in meaning, ornament and intent. Pasztory sets up her argument by starting from a point of western..."

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The Abstract and Conceptual Art of Teotihuacan (2009, December 01) Retrieved August 08, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-abstract-and-conceptual-art-of-teotihuacan-144474/

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"The Abstract and Conceptual Art of Teotihuacan" 01 December 2009. Web. 08 August. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-abstract-and-conceptual-art-of-teotihuacan-144474/>

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