Many people include visiting exhibitions in their daily itineraries, and package tours often appear in museums or art galleries. However, everyone has different levels of aesthetic education, so what are we looking at when we watch exhibitions so that we don’t look unprofessional? How can you talk about a painting or an exhibition in a short period of time? What are we looking at?
For many professional exhibition visitors, they are well versed in collecting and know the art trends in the market, and the community is flooded with photo background removing photos of exhibitions from major galleries. In the same exhibition venue, we can often see professional connoisseurs like this, but at the same time, there will also be non-industry people who accompany them there, or online beauty sister Tao, college literary and youth group, and their girlfriends who are bored to watch the exhibition Men sitting in chairs waiting, etc. Exactly how to see the charm and spirit of a piece of work, now I will teach you the four steps of art criticism, and appreciate them according to the four steps. For ordinary visitors, I am afraid not everyone has the vision of enthusiasm and respect. , but as long as you follow these four steps, the exhibition becomes more rewarding. Step 1: Description gather information.
The easiest way is to read the introduction of the exhibition first, and then look at the content of the work introduction brand of each work, which usually contains the title of the work, the size of the work, the age of the work, the description of the work, and so on. These are the basic information of the work. example: Xingguo High School, He Zhixun, Art Appreciation Course Description "The baby is made of sculptural soil. He is a dog with an innocent face like a baby, as if he is still in a safe place, sleeping peacefully." Xingguo High School, Tu Tingyu, Art Appreciation Course Description "This work is created using media such as ceramics and sculptural soil. In addition to combining images of puppies and babies, the work illustrates the expected innocence and innocence of new creatures."