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The store art for the game had the american cover art.
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(Are you a professional art critic?
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A fucking art critic?
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The Picky Art Critic: You only watch anime with "good art".
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'Upper Middle' Americans could afford art to hang in their walls, mostly prints, and would put down floor cloths on top of their wooden floors.
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Hive Mind with a tad of Picky Art Critic.
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Certainly not all criticism is art, but critics and theorists have been pushing thought and language to its extremes for years in ways that are both beautiful and thought provoking.
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I never get why art critics don't apply the same rules to abstract art.
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And Americans have "Shooting": the art of shooting someone in the face.
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That's the American art.
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Blues was an African-American art form with its roots in African musical heritage.
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Maybe I should be an art critic.
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Oh so you're an art critic?
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technically minded art critic here.
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"Sexual personae" is her most famous work, but most explicitly redpill is probably "Sex, Art, and American Culture".
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Much like someone might get gorgeous tattoos of traditional Japanese paintings, people can get tattoos of traditional native American art.
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The really exciting criticism, at least to my mind, came from people like Manny Farber, Lester Bangs, and (the former numero uno american film critic) Pauline Kael.
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Learned about that in my American art history class haha I even wrote an essay relating my experiences to his work, style, and character.
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Photorealistic stuff like this doesn't seem to be featured prominently in art galleries or reviewed as "high art" by critics.
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I'm no art critic.
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It's not cultural appropriation to get a piece of native American art tattooed if you're not native.
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I'm not an art critic, but my initial instinct on the blue was negative, only after more thought I realized it worked.
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what a fucktard wanna-be art critic
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Honestly if anyone ever visits the city they should check it out, lots of weapons on display as well as beautiful grounds and some great American art.
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A lost art in American wrestling.
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I'm also not a "keeper" and unwanted objects are donated pronto, which leaves me in a pickle when so-and-so wonders what happened to the lovely Native American wall art they gave me last Christmas.
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The Picky Art-Critic Elitest.
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I guess that's what happens when you wait until the day before an extremely popular, one-American-city art exhibit closes to buy walk-up tickets.
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The Kogod Atrium at the National Portrait Gallery/American Art Museum.
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You have to keep in mind that 1930's was the Golden Era of the American cinema as an art form.
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Maybe if your ego is so big that you think you would be a better art critic that OP here, you could start your own contest and name yourself the winner.
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The Spy Museum is pretty cool but there's also The Smithsonian Portrait Gallery/American Art Gallery literally next door that is a favorite of mine.
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Raven and Delta aren't wrong for being art critics who are also themselves artists.
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My personal recommendation is to visit the National Portrait Gallery and museum of American Art, which is located directly across the street from the Verizon Center.
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Even though there's a pretty large amount of overlap between BJJ and Judo, Muy Thai and a lot of martial arts, and american wrestling and any other ground fighting discipline.
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... this discussion is still going on between painters / art critics!
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I've had plenty of GGers try to tell me that criticism is censorship but I don't think I'm ever going to agree with that, If you want to make art and critics speak out against your art you don't have to listen to them and they're not in control of what you can say.
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I've had plenty of GGers try to tell me that criticism is censorship but I don't think I'm ever going to agree with that, If you want to make art and critics speak out against your art you don't have to listen to them and they're not in control of what you can say.
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Frankly, I agreed with the New York art critic who gave her "art" such scathing reviews - she has little talent & has churned out a vast body of dismally-similar simplistic pieces with obvious populist appeal.
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Then I'm being an art critic and this "salad" is neither appetizing, satisfying, or good looking.
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I've never attended one but this event at the new Britain museum of American art sounds like a good way to meet people.
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And Sicardi Gallery, which specializes in contemporary Latin American art, is across the street from HCP.
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Anyway, nice to come across another American art enthusiast on r/nfl.
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Successful art critics, for all their bullshit, know about the history around the art, that history and the context it provides is what separates a Reinhardt or a Newman from someone who spilled a paint bucket.
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As fun as hanging with Avon and String in seasons 1 & 3 is, Season 4 is seriously one of the greatest works of American art ever.
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This was mostly one way traffic, safe for rock and pop which became an Anglo-American art in the sixties.
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The success of British bands in America made rock a two way Anglo-American art form since both sides of the pond have been influencing each other so much for the last 50 years.
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I'm no art critic, but this is probably my favourite depressing piece of artwork purely because of that.
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I can remember this like it was yesterday, I was coloring a picture of me holding the american flag during arts and crafts in kindergarten.
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