Thursday, February 24, 2011

Are the criteria of value the same for different types of art works (painting, literature, music, architecture)? If not, how and why do they differ?

 No, the criteria of value is not the same for the different types of art. While the basic principles of design are the same for the various art s -like composition, rhythm, balance, and proportion- the way in which we perceive the arts is different. while architecture and art is the visual perception of art, music is the aural perception of art and is therefore interpreted  and judged differently. however all art is judged equally based on its aesthetic value to the beholder