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Who Were The Main Pioneers Of Performance Art?

As perhaps the oldest form of creative expression in human history, performance art – in its modern format – is a comparatively new addition to the world of western fine arts. Its path has been winding – in the context of modern and contemporary art history – until its ultimate acceptance. Now performance art has a leading status. From early developers of the form to current mould-breakers, we explore some of the top players in the constant evolution of this so very human form of expression.

Who Was Antoni Gaudí?

Antoni Gaudí was a native of Catalonia, Spain, and a supporter of Catalan modernism, a style closely associated with Art Nouveau, before creating his own unique style. His buildings are known around the world, although the most famous is probably La Basílica de la Sagrada Família, which is still under construction. It will be completed in 2026.

Strange Theatre Superstitions That Are Still Alive

There have been a range of different myths and superstitions that have plagued theatre for many years. Most stemming from the olden days of theatre, it’s surprising to see that some of these myths are still alive and well.

Thespians can be surprisingly superstitious folk, this could be as they were trained to be that way, or just a clutch for anything that could prevent mishaps on stage. Regardless of why, there are some pretty strange superstitions which are ongoing until today.

Famous Landscape Paintings From Throughout History

Landscape painting is one of the oldest art movements in the world, as popular as it is today as it was thousands of years ago without ancient ancestors. The focus of a landscape painting is to try and accurately capture a specific scene as closely as possible. The scenes and subjects in question are almost always based on natural settings, often consisting of mountain ranges, forests, vistas, and other similar scenes.