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How Does Art Affect the Worldview of Society?

 Art is something that everyone enjoys in various forms such as in movies, music and theater as well as by attending museums and exhibitions where paintings and sculptures among many different types of art are exhibited for various periods of time. It is a very powerful tool that has been used to build all of the many cultures around the world and also to influence people. In this article, we will be answering the question of how does art affect the worldview of society.

     Veil of Anonymity.

 One of the beauties of art is that it allows the artist to make a statement that even the most powerful in society such as politicians and the super-rich may not be willing to make due to a variety of reasons such as upsetting their supporters and potential effects to their business. But artists do not have to worry about that, you don't need to register a piece of art instead you can be as honest as you want which allows you to tackle the most difficult to talk about problems in society.

 For example, if an artist creates paintings with faces of women that have been seen in a romantic relationships, they can raise awareness of the issues of love in relationships and marriages. The anonymity will allow the artist to make his art as shocking and thought-provoking as possible which will help to work to their advantage.

     Allows Us to Learn About Other Cultures.

 The majority of people in the world are not passionate enough about history and other cultures to open up a book and study how the societies of other people on the other side of the world work. But everyone is aware of world-renowned pieces of art such as the white Roman statues that were originally in color, but have lost their color throughout the thousands of years that they have been in existence.

 These statues help us learn about the culture and beliefs of this great civilization that has gone on to shape much of the world with all major Latin languages such as French, Spanish and Italian being based on the now extinct Roman language.

 Another modern example is the big Guernica painting created by Pablo Picasso in 1937 which shows the hardships of the Second World War that was ongoing at the time of the painting's creation. It helps us learn about the war from the Spanish perspective.

     People Follow Trends.

 Another reason why art is so effective at changing our views is that people are social creatures as the saying goes. Generally, the majority of people like to fit in with the rest of society, which is why there are things such as trends where certain styles in fashion for example become very popular.

 Often these trends become popular for no good reason apart from a celebrity endorsement and a lot of people picking it up as they see their friends and family approving of and wearing what is considered fashionable at that particular time.

 This is also perfectly represented in the world of high fashion where you have highly sought-after fashion labels such as Gucci and Versace whose simple logos are associated with wealth and status. This is despite Gucci and Versace selling ordinary clothing that has no actual difference to the same type of clothing from cheaper fashion houses.

     An Important Source of Communication.

 It is important to highlight when asked the question of how does art affect the worldview of society it is important to talk about how it allows for different people from around the world to communicate and get to know each other much more easily.

 Many influential countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and their Asian counterparts South Korea and Japan are well known for their cultural exports that come in the form of music and movies. You can learn more about art forms from around the world on the art portal.

 Fans of those art forms that are living from around the world will often develop an interest in the countries where those art forms are from. This will lead them to want to learn more about the countries and will make them less likely to be bigoted.

     Acting as a Historical Artifact.

 Art is also one of the most important tools that we have to learn about the past, our ancestors were not really interested in recording history, but they were interested in the finer things in life such as building palaces, statues, cave paintings, and forging jewelry. The world's first prominent historian is believed to be Zuo Qiuming who was a Chinese historian that lived between 556 to 451 BC.

 Modern historians have to try and piece together how our past societies used to function through a combination of findings such as writings such as poetry and stories and representations such as paintings. If it wasn't for art we will not know as much about our ancestors all over the world as there will be no evidence available for us to learn from and reference.

     Can Sway Our Political Views.

 Propaganda has existed since the beginning of human civilization, the world itself was invented in 1622 with art becoming a major source of propaganda when the printing press was invented in the 15th century which allowed for quick creation of artwork and writing on paper. This sort of method was utilized first effectively by the Catholic Church in Central and Western Europe.

 But art was used as propaganda before that, for example when the Greeks and Romans won important wars they would build triumphant statues and monuments all over their territory. This is exemplified by the Ancient Greek King Alexander the Great who conquered most of the Middle East and build hundreds of monuments and cities in his own honor in order to show off his power to his populace, thus increasing the chances of them respecting and supporting him.

 Today art continues to be used to sway our political beliefs, often comedy is used by people to make fun of the political views of people that they do not agree with. The most famous recent example is the Second World War which saw both sides produce posters, music, and movies to try and motivate their population to support the government in the war.

     A Source of Inspiration.

 A great answer to the question of how does art affect the worldview of society is that it is a major source of inspiration. As we have pointed out multiple times above, art is great for pointing out what is wrong and not fair in the world. By pointing these stuff out people are able to find a purpose in life and be inspired to do something good.

 For many people, it will also be an inspiration for them to become some kind of an artist themselves whether that is a musician, a painter, or an actor for example. Everybody needs role models and sources of information to open their eyes that not everything in the world is all rainbows and sunshine. It is without a doubt that all of the greatest artists that ever lived and the future great artists were all big fans of their chosen art form.

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