Politics in Art
Glenn Hirsch
Politics in art is not propaganda.
The artist doesn't tell us what to think, but
raises a question in all its ambiguity,...
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Politics in Art

Glenn Hirsch, Instructor www.glennhirsch.com
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Education      
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  • 1. Politics in Art Glenn Hirsch
  • 2. Politics in art is not propaganda. The artist doesn't tell us what to think, but raises a question in all its ambiguity, irony, strange beauty, haunting evil -- using evocative color and brilliant sarcasm to enlighten, enrage and empower. Gesture conveys action. Color conveys mood. Light conveys emotion (compassion or drama). Texture provides a subtext. Words can provoke or -- spin the meaning with irony.