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This paper discusses the portrayal of utopia in art, whether it be literature, architecture or the fine arts. The paper presents examples of many types of depictions of utopia throughout history. The paper suggests that there is a new utopian revolutionary art where artists collaborate with the people of a community to restate their own history as the surroundings inspire them.
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Artistic Utopias (2007, August 29) Retrieved December 02, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/artistic-utopias-97657/
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