Pop Art Essays

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Subject: Art
Pages: 2
Words: 546
Rating: 4,2

The twentieth century music

Many advancements in the fields of technology, medicine, and art rose in the 20th century. Music has not left behind either; it has advanced with age….

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Subject: Art
Pages: 4
Words: 1135
Rating: 4,4

Rap Hip Hop of the 1980s

The 1970s marked the early stages of Rap Hip Hop when New York DJs such as DJ Cool Herc began manipulating records to make rhythms and…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 5
Words: 1388
Rating: 4,3

‘U Can’t Touch This’ by MC Hammer

MC Hammer released his track ‘U Can’t Touch This’ in January 1990 before releasing his third album Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt Em. This paper reviews the…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 8
Words: 2000
Rating: 5,0

Music and influence

Introduction The tradition of using music relating to particular events and movements in the world has a long history that can be dated back to the…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 3
Words: 756
Rating: 4,9

Film playing for change movement

According to my research, the movement ascertains its major goals which include bringing people together from different cultural backgrounds (regardless of their race, gender, religion and…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 2
Words: 590
Rating: 4,3

Digital Arts in today’s society

Digital image creation refers to the process of photographic images’ acquisition. This term can also refer to processing, compression, printing, display and storage of images. Digital…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 16
Words: 4005
Rating: 5,0

To what extent does Hollywood film distribution and exhibition strategies…

Introduction The dominance of the USA in the cultural industries of the world, especially in film, has long remained uncontested. While the industry has been global…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 14
Words: 3625
Rating: 4,9

How the conditions of production of digital cinematographers have influenced…

Introduction The cinematography is defined as the science of motion-picture photography that is done through the recording of light or any other electromagnetic radiation. Such a…

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