Porn as an art

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For an optimal Artfinder experience, please update your browser to version IE 11 or greater. Alternatively, download the latest version of Chrome , Firefox or Opera. Art Glossary. Take Jeff Koons. This drawing is one of a series, which portrays a vulture tearing at his body, depicting his feeling of imprisonment due to the physical lust he felt for a heterosexual man.

So, what's the difference between art and porn?

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But so are medical textbooks and anatomical drawings do and they are not considered porn. What is the difference? If we trace eroticism and pornography back through history, we are able to see similarities between the two. Pornography is dynamic; it changes throughout time based on acquired tastes. Today, hardcore porn has evolved immensely, and its subsections have increased ten-fold. BDSM, orgies, violence and humiliation, anal sex, etc. The soft-core porn of today resembles the hardcore porn of just a few centuries ago.

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The distinction between erotic art and pornography is often debated, but rarely agreed upon. As western society becomes increasingly liberal, art becomes more experimental and the distribution of porn, commonplace. As a result art and pornography continue to merge. For many, the porn industry represents an archaic and outmoded view of women. It continues to promote an ideology of objectification and submission which is considered anti-progressive.
Lovelace , a film starring Amanda Seyfried as Linda Lovelace, a porn star who was famously abused by her peers, is coming out this August. Some journalists will claim that the porn industry perpetrates sexism. This debates centres around the idea that the process of making porn is not relevant to judging the artistic value of the end result. According to this logic, judging the artistic value of Deep Throat , the profoundly unsettling film that made Linda Lovelace famous, according to how Linda was treated during its making, misses the point. The stick man I just drew on my napkin does none of them.