The Effect of Media Culture on Modern Art: Photography, Hyperrealism, Video Art

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The article analyzes the problem of changing a perception of visual arts, as well as the transformation of art functioning mechanism emerged under the influence of media sphere evolution. The author treats the most popular genres of contemporary art: photography, hyperrealism and video art, analyzes a new type of media thinking, based on collective perception.


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Olesya Vitalyevna Stroeva

Humanities Institute of TV & Radio Broadcasting named after M.A. Litovchin

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Email: editor@vestnik-vgik.com

PhD in Philosophy, associate professor, Theory and History of Culture Department

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