Art making is considered to be a universal human behaviour, which has always been a part of our personal and interpersonal communication (Malchiodi, 2007). In recent decades artists have gradually enlarged the boundaries of art, as they have wanted to engage with an increasingly pluralistic environment alternating between the everyday and the uncanny, the analytical and the critical. This pluralism of interests in art representations and interpretations shows the focus on critically observing and intervening in society and its culture as a point in common.

There are different perspectives regarding the History of Art in relation to social change. Whilst UNESCO ...

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