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A Look at the ART on the walls of Frieze

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Salon Art + Design

A place to experience and enjoy the life

 ♛  DESCRIBING THE WORK

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 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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1-A

 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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♛  DESCRIBING THE WORK

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2

 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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1-A

 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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♛  DESCRIBING THE WORK

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3

 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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3-A

 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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♛  CONCLUSION

4

 Gather basic information about the work. This is the sort of thing you’d find on a museum or gallery label, or in the caption in an art book. Knowing the background of a piece can make a big difference in how you interpret and understand it. Start your critique by providing the following information:[1]
  • Title of the work
  • Artist’s name
  • When the piece was made
  • Where it was made
  • The types of media used to create the work (e.g., oil paint on canvas)
  • The exact size of the work

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