Kitsch art

Kitsch er masseproduserte gjenstander som likner på kunst, men som har liten verdi. Kitsch-begrepet oppstod i Tyskland på 1800-tallet og ble opprinnelig brukt om. KitschBufretLignendeOversett denne sidenGå til Art – Kitsch also called cheesiness or tackiness, is art or other objects that appeal to popular or uncultivated taste because they are garish or overly .

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What is the fascination of kitsch?

As two masterpieces of kitsch painting – Vladimir Tretchikoff’s blue-faced Chinese Girl and Salvador Dali’s . The word kitsch came to be applied to this type of popular and commercial culture sometime in the 1920s. In 193 the American art critic Clement Greenberg . The word “kitsch” originated in the 19th century to criticize art seen as being in poor taste, or which hopelessly copied “high art” but remained mediocre or . American Kitsch 19– 19“Kitsch” is a German word meaning “in bad taste. In the arts, kitsch is used to describe art that is pretentious, vulgar and displays a . Before understanding the idea behind Kitsch, one must look to its antithesis, Art, which came to life in the 18th century, just a little more than a 1years before . One of the questions that has most bothered me in my reflections on culture is the question of kitsch.

It’s a bit tricky to write about kitsch art.