Modern Art Museum

November 11, 2017 | Author: Sravani Eti | Category: Art Museum, Museum, Communication Design, Aesthetics, Library And Museum
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MODERN ART MUSEUM SYNOPSIS GITAM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE GITAM UNIVERSITY

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INTRODUCTION:A museum introduces people to our world by examining how we see, hear and feel. Perception is the basis for what each of us finds out about the world and how we interpret it-whether we do it directly with our eyes or use helpful tools-FRANK OPPEHEIMER.  An art museum or art gallery is a building or space for the exhibition of art, usually visual art.  Museums can be public or private, but what distinguishes a museum is the ownership of a collection.  Paintings are the most commonly displayed art objects;however,sculpture,decorative arts, drawings,pastels,watercolors,collages,pri nts,artist’s books,photographs,and artery also shown.

CONTEMPERORY ARTGALLERY:-

 The term contemporary art gallery refers usually to a privately owned for-profit commercial gallery. These galleries are often found clustered together in large urban centers. Smaller cities are usually home to at least one gallery, but they may also be found in towns or villages, and remote areas where artists congregate.

NEED FOR STUDY: This thesis intends to investigate how new technology can support people’s engagement in exhibitions.  Museums have developed from being repositories of knowledge and objects to having a ‘… multifaceted, outward looking role as hosts who invite visitors inside to wonder, encounter and learn’.  Assuming the purpose of design is to create novel knowledge mainly focusing on arts

 It also serves the artisans a new platform to benefit them economically. Also provides a place for them to exhibit skill and exchange their views with each other and along with the people who visit there.  The objective of study includes the artisan settlements, their reflections on space, and with the impact on creating a rural environment in the present day context.

WHY ART MUSEUM?  To play with lights and shape  To reveal the past  To get more knowledge

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:The principal aims n objectives of modern art museum: To acquire and preserve works of modern art from 18th century

 To organize, maintain and develop galleries for permanent display  To develop an education and documentation center in order to acquire, maintain and preserve documents relating to works of modern art  To develop a specialized library of books, periodicals, photographs and other audio visual materials  To organize seminars, lectures and conferences, and to encourage higher studies and research in the field of art history, art criticism, art appreciation, and the inter relations on visual and performing arts  The foremost responsibility is to ensure quality and to set and maintain standards of excellence

SCOPE: To express ideas  To cultivate observation and critical thinking  To encourage language development

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LITERATURE STUDY: By studying various Anthropometry details of basic requirements

 Proper amenities required for the artisans of different occupations  Landscaping  Defining all art forms history regarding the region  Study of materials as per the city atmosphere  Detailing of the instruments and Equipment that are used by the artisans

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Administration Museum Art gallery Resource center Workshops Restaurants

STANDARDS: Lighting standards  Gallery arrangements  Transition spaces

CASE STUDIES:-

 National gallery of modern art at Delhi  National gallery of modern art at Mumbai  National gallery of modern art at Bangalore

REFERENCES: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Gall ery_of_Modern_Art

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