Interference and promotion—Introduction to the mutual influence and advancement of contemporary painting and photography
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Ma Jie, Xiang Meimei
Painting and photography are artistic means. There are many differences between the two, but they have similar characteristics and complementary relationships. There is a mutual relationship between painting and photography that promotes and interferes with each other. Therefore, photography and painting are always mutually influential and mutually infiltrating. Today's art creation methods are diverse, and artists continue to absorb the language strategies and ideas of other art varieties to promote creation. For the two visual arts categories of photography and painting, the artist constantly asks them about the artistic ontology. In order to express the pleasure and freedom of expression, he deliberately breaks the boundary between painting and photography, and continues to exert their own characteristics in depth, and constantly borrows and absorbs each other.
Image era photography, painting language, influence, promotion, absorption, concept, means