Internet Aesthetics Is The Next Trend In Contemporary Art
James Jarvis, contemporary artist, releases his new book ’RealismPop: A Theory of Contemporary Art in the Internet Revolution’ that explores the status of the art industry with new insights.
I strongly believe that a true representation of our modern times requires a strong foundation in realistic technique and compositions that are inspired by digitalized imagery found on the Internet.
Today, James Jarvis, a contemporary artist who is exploring a new style of painting, announced the launch of his book RealismPop: A Theory of Contemporary Art in the Internet Revolution. After creating RealismPop™ in 2012, James Jarvis has been putting together thorough research into common trends in art history as a base for his modern ideas of the direction of the art industry in the 21st Century.
Of James Jarvis’ thoughts on the status of contemporary art he said, “Frustrated with the failures of the art industry to adequately reflect the nature of modern life I started RealismPop™. I strongly believe that a true representation of our modern times requires a strong foundation in realistic technique and compositions that are inspired by digitalized imagery found on the Internet.”
RealismPop contains a catalog of ideas that art collectors can use to better understand contemporary art. You will learn:
- How the Internet Revolution can refresh the field of contemporary painting.
- A look into past art movements leading up to the 21st Century and common trends that emerge.
- The visual aspects of Internet Aesthetics in contemporary art.
From December 21st to December 24th, as part of the four day launch, interested buyers will have the option to download a free Kindle copy of the book on Amazon.com
About RealismPop™: RealismPop™, founded by James Jarvis in 2012, is an ideology that actively looks at the visual aesthetics that dominates our digital age and translates it to new compositions that innovates representational art. James Jarvis is currently working on a new gay propaganda collection titled Gaysian Invasion.
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