This ad in Emily in Paris stands for everything the male gaze represents, women being beautiful for men. And Emily despises that. And she is not alone in this.
The use of color in my paintings is of paramount importance to me. Through color I have sought to concentrate on beauty and happiness in my painting rather than on man’s inhumanity to man.
If you’ve never seen any of her works you would think that she is a contemporary artist and you’d probably would want to see her work up close and personal asap. Unfortunately she is not. […]
Even though environmental art was not a thing back then as it is now, we can clearly see the way artists have tried to capture their environment or alter it in different epochs.