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Cum folosesc religiile arta?: Curs intensiv de istorie a artei #8

Cum folosesc religiile arta?: Curs intensiv de istorie a artei #8

De la Cartea Egipteană a Morților până la mandale budiste tibetane de nisip, oamenii au apelat întotdeauna la artă pentru a exprima idei și impulsuri religioase. În acest episod, vom explora modul în care conceptele de divin și spiritualitate se intersectează cu istoria artei.

Introducere: James Hampton 00:00
Cartea morților 01:07
Artă și sentimente spirituale 02:57
Spații Sacre 05:38
Arta ca rugăciune și ritual 07:40
Recenzie și credite 09:49

Descrieri imagini: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ETiCxe4GrVzFii7dBhF42oHx1EUCCh5y12wbtUjsH8A/edit

Surse: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GW2NKzhpMNMmRyAFJVhFJG9cSfUOMRL-QrcWuHcWcIA/edit?usp=sharing

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12 thoughts on “Cum folosesc religiile arta?: Curs intensiv de istorie a artei #8”

  1. My favorite piece of religious art is Salvation Mountain by Leonard Knight. I find it really meaningful and beautiful.

  2. James Hampton’s work is absolutely beautiful. I’m stunned that I wasn’t taught about it in my classes…though I suspect I know the reason why. 🙁

  3. Religion is cultural and moral transmission. Therefore there is no functional difference between art and religion.

  4. @stephaniehendricks3537

    This is one of my favorite classes from crashcourse, keep up the good work!

  5. mami wata looks strikingly like the "snake goddess" of the Minoans. I think it was found at Knossos

  6. @matthewpfeffer4569

    Thank you for covering Jewish art. This is a very underrepresented area of art history.

  7. @pedrostormrage

    0:00 The Smithsonian American Art Museum (where the artwork is) youtube channel has a video just on James Hampton's Throne. It's unfortunate that it only gained recognition after his death (he secretly created it in a rented garage), so many questions about it remain unanswered.

  8. @BrianHutzellMusic

    03:38 For more on the Lindau Gospels, see Christopher de Hamel, “The Manuscripts Club.”

  9. I’m a religious studies major. I have not delved into art a lot but I have become fascinated with art history lately. Thank you for this series!

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