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by Karl Schawelka,Barbara Nemitz

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Author: Karl Schawelka,Barbara Nemitz
ISBN: 3775717714
Language: English
Pages: 283 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Publishers (August 15, 2006)
Rating: 4.8
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Barbara Nemitz presenting Pink: The Exposed Color at The Museum at FIT's 20th fashion symposium .

Barbara Nemitz presenting Pink: The Exposed Color at The Museum at FIT's 20th fashion symposium, Pink, held on Friday, October 19, 2018  . Please do not download videos without prior permission. The Museum at FIT (MFIT) is the only museum dedicated exclusively to the art of fashion in New York City.

Pink: things tender, eccentric, sweet, fragile, and delectable are affiliated with this pastel color.

In contemporary Japanese culture, says Nemitz, pink is perceived as a masculine and mournful color that represents .

In contemporary Japanese culture, says Nemitz, pink is perceived as a masculine and mournful color that represents young warriors who fall in battle while in the full bloom of life. In Germany, pink is rosa -a hue that’s bright, soft, peaceful, sweet, and harmless, she explains. In 2004, Nemitz conducted a workshop in which she asked students from Tokyo to select a shade they felt encompassed the color pink. The swatches proved entirely different across cultures, with the Japanese participants favoring the cooler shades to the European penchant for warmer tones.

Pink: The Exposed Color in Contemporary Art and Culture

Pink: The Exposed Color in Contemporary Art and Culture. Showing Pink: Biological Aspects of the Colour Pink In Pink: The Exposed Colour in Contemporary Art and Culture. Contemporary Colour Theory and Use. S Bleicher. This book explores the history, meaning, and sociological implications of awareness campaigns, seeing them as personal displays of compassion in a culture where empathy is a by-word for authenticity. It also highlights how charities use awareness campaigns to reach their audience, and the transformation of charity into a commercial enterprise.

The Exposed Color in Contemporary Art and Culture. Published by Hatje Cantz. From the rosy tint of wind-reddened cheeks to the first flush of arousal, from cherry blossoms to PeptoBismol, pink is a sweet, intimate, fragile and sickening shade.

Quoted by Karl Schawelka, ‘Showing Pink – Biological Aspects of the Colour Pink’ in Pink, The Exposed Colour in Contemporary Art and Culture, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, 2006, p. 70. 15 This project embodies the ‘the practice of photography as the technic-erotic perpetuation of love-at- first-sight’.

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From the rosy tint of wind-reddened cheeks to the first flush of arousal, from cherry blossoms to PeptoBismol, pink is a sweet, intimate, fragile and sickening shade. Few colors trigger more contradictory associations and emotions--tender, childish, plastic, pornographic--or are so symbolic of both high and low culture. Pink is sometimes awkward, even embarrassing, but on the other hand it is enjoyed and associated with the idea of beauty. Artists of all hues, from Jean-Honore Fragonard to Pablo Picasso, Caspar David Friedrich, Louise Bourgeois, Sylvie Fleury or Pipilotti Rist, have studied it in their works. The examples collected here include those and more, featuring Caspar David Friedrich, the early Joseph Beuys, Willem De Kooning, Andy Warhol and Yves Klein, not to mention contemporaries like Christo, Nan Goldin, Vanessa Beecroft, Wolfgang Tillmans, Takashi Murakami and Pipilotti Rist. In addition, Pink gathers work by a group of young talents from the Bauhaus University in Vienna and the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, where working students cooperated over an interactive web site to investigate the color's most current perceptions and uses. Their final selection suggests, among other things, that viewer reactions are determined by cultural factors. For example, the positive perception of pink in Japan seems strikingly masculine to the Western viewer; every year the country pauses to contemplate the pink blossoms of the cherry trees, which, after just a few days, drift like snow to the ground, symbols of the death of the samurai, who falls in the bloom of youth. As the cherry trees blossom, this book on the nature of pink makes its debut, an unusual intercultural discourse.
Comments (3)
Mall
A sleeper book of Style with great unusual subject matter well photographed and rarely seen .
Wnex
I thought "Pink" to be a wonderful mixture of artistic styles. It captures emotions of humor, politics, sex, sorrow, awakening, happiness,and more.

Often thought of as a kitchy color, you will find so much more to the color and word "Pink" by purchasing this book.
Uanabimo
I adore this book. The pictures in this book are from a wide range. They go from scenic picture, different art exhibit photos and much more. The color pink really is everywhere. Even in places you didnt know until you really sit and take a very good look. I love this book so much. I dont know why its so expensive on here though. My fiance bought it at a book story for much less