… posters, by Ridwan Adhami, Shephard Fairey, Jessica Sabogal, Ernesto Yerena, Delphine Diallo, Ayse Gursoz, and Arlene Mejorado.
They were commissioned by The Amplifier Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises the voices of grassroots movements through art and community engagement.
Today seems like a good day to wave hi to the U.S.A. and show off some of her best modern artists.
Wow, that a masterpiece! Contemporary art raises many questions. I often think about the future of art. What will happend wityh art in 10,30, 50 years? And I guess art will be art. But it will change, evolve. People will see the world differently and all art will be different.The history of art has shown a lot of techniques and methods for creating masterpieces, forming a huge number of styles, creating a lot of famous works. In my opinion, art will not disappear in the next 5, 10, 15 and even 20 years. But it will move to new surfaces, acquire new techniques and tools. For example, people will create works of art on the most common objects like here. Also remember that history is cyclical. Now we’re somehow back to the rock painting again: https://artistro.com/blogs/news/100-rock-painting-ideas But it’s just an example and it already is a modern world, I guess.There is also a great tendency to trust a good personal brand right now. That is why the interest of society, in the future, can be addressed to a specific creator, rather than chained to a separate work.