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An art manifesto is a public declaration of the intentions, motives, or views of an artist or artistic movement. Manifestos are a standard feature of the various movements in the modernist avant-garde and are still written today. Art manifestos are sometimes in their rhetoric intended for shock value, to achieve a revolutionary effect. They often address wider issues, such as the political system. Typical themes are the need for revolution, freedom (of expression) and the implied or overtly stated superiority of the writers over the status quo. The manifesto gives a means of expressing, publicising and recording ideas for the artist or art group—even if only one or two people write the words, it is mostly still attributed to the group name.

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  • An art manifesto is a public declaration of the intentions, motives, or views of an artist or artistic movement. Manifestos are a standard feature of the various movements in the modernist avant-garde and are still written today. Art manifestos are sometimes in their rhetoric intended for shock value, to achieve a revolutionary effect. They often address wider issues, such as the political system. Typical themes are the need for revolution, freedom (of expression) and the implied or overtly stated superiority of the writers over the status quo. The manifesto gives a means of expressing, publicising and recording ideas for the artist or art group—even if only one or two people write the words, it is mostly still attributed to the group name. In 1855 Gustave Courbet wrote a Realist manifesto for the introduction to the catalogue of his independent, personal exhibition. And in 1886 the Symbolist Manifesto was published in the French newspaper Le Figaro by the poet and essayist Jean Moréas. The first art manifesto of the 20th century was introduced with the Futurists in Italy in 1909, followed by the Cubists, Vorticists, Dadaists and the Surrealists: the period up to World War II created what are still the best known manifestos. Although they never stopped being issued, other media such as the growth of broadcasting tended to sideline such declarations. Due to the internet there has been a resurgence of the form, and many new manifestos are now appearing to a potential worldwide audience. The Stuckists have made particular use of this to start a worldwide movement of affiliated groups. Manifestos typically consist of a number of statements, which are numbered or in bullet points and which do not necessarily follow logically from one to the next. Tristan Tzara's explanation of the manifesto (Feeble Love & Bitter Love, II) captures the spirit of many: A manifesto is a communication made to the whole world, whose only pretension is to the discovery of an instant cure for political, astronomical, artistic, parliamentary, agronomical and literary syphilis. It may be pleasant, and good-natured, it's always right, it's strong, vigorous and logical. Apropos of logic, I consider myself very likeable. (en)
  • Un manifeste artistique est une déclaration publique sur les intentions, motivations ou opinions d'un artiste ou d'un mouvement artistique. Le manifeste artistique a deux grands objectifs : * définir et critiquer le paradigme culturel et artistique de son époque, * définir un ensemble de valeurs esthétiques permettant de contrer le paradigme. Le terme manifeste était avant le XXe siècle, exclusivement utilisé dans le domaine politique, même si: * en 1855, Gustave Courbet rédige un Manifeste du Réalisme en introduction du catalogue d'une de ses expositions, * en 1886, Jean Moreas publie le Manifeste du symbolisme dans le supplément littéraire du Figaro. Mais ce sont historiquement les futuristes, en 1909, qui vont vraiment diffuser de façon remarquée un manifeste avec une vision de l'art comme outil politique et à partir de cette époque on va retrouver chez la plupart des mouvements artistiques cette pratique de formaliser leurs intentions par la publication d'un manifeste fondant le mouvement. Cet article va s'intéresser aux manifestes établis par des individus ou des groupes d'artistes de différents domaines (écrivains, cinéastes, peintres...) à partir du XXe siècle. (fr)
  • En arte, a partir de las vanguardias, manifiesto suele llamarse a una expresión reivindicativa que simboliza la de un grupo de artistas o de un nuevo movimiento. Puede ser un escrito que se publica o una obra de arte que simboliza y resume lo que ese movimiento propone. (es)
  • Маніфест — писаний виклад творчих принципів літературного або мистецького угруповання, напрямку чи окремого автора. Маніфест — знакове явище аванґардного руху, документ епохи, особливий тип художньої публіцистики. Існує своєрідна класифікація типів творчих маніфестів: 1. * Маніфести, що мали переважно теоретичне значення і мало підтвердженні творчістю. 2. * Маніфести, які знайшли відображення у творчому доробку авторів. 3. * Творчі маніфести, які й самі написані за декларованими у них принципами. (uk)
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  • En arte, a partir de las vanguardias, manifiesto suele llamarse a una expresión reivindicativa que simboliza la de un grupo de artistas o de un nuevo movimiento. Puede ser un escrito que se publica o una obra de arte que simboliza y resume lo que ese movimiento propone. (es)
  • Маніфест — писаний виклад творчих принципів літературного або мистецького угруповання, напрямку чи окремого автора. Маніфест — знакове явище аванґардного руху, документ епохи, особливий тип художньої публіцистики. Існує своєрідна класифікація типів творчих маніфестів: 1. * Маніфести, що мали переважно теоретичне значення і мало підтвердженні творчістю. 2. * Маніфести, які знайшли відображення у творчому доробку авторів. 3. * Творчі маніфести, які й самі написані за декларованими у них принципами. (uk)
  • An art manifesto is a public declaration of the intentions, motives, or views of an artist or artistic movement. Manifestos are a standard feature of the various movements in the modernist avant-garde and are still written today. Art manifestos are sometimes in their rhetoric intended for shock value, to achieve a revolutionary effect. They often address wider issues, such as the political system. Typical themes are the need for revolution, freedom (of expression) and the implied or overtly stated superiority of the writers over the status quo. The manifesto gives a means of expressing, publicising and recording ideas for the artist or art group—even if only one or two people write the words, it is mostly still attributed to the group name. (en)
  • Un manifeste artistique est une déclaration publique sur les intentions, motivations ou opinions d'un artiste ou d'un mouvement artistique. Le manifeste artistique a deux grands objectifs : * définir et critiquer le paradigme culturel et artistique de son époque, * définir un ensemble de valeurs esthétiques permettant de contrer le paradigme. Le terme manifeste était avant le XXe siècle, exclusivement utilisé dans le domaine politique, même si: (fr)
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  • Art manifesto (en)
  • Manifiesto artístico (es)
  • Manifeste artistique (fr)
  • Арт маніфест (uk)
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