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Tutor profile: Jeff M.

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Jeff M.
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Subject: Graphic Design

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Helvetica vs. Georgia? What say you?

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Jeff M.
Answer:

Georgia! There is just something about that font that makes me feel like a sophisticated grownup.

Subject: Art History

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Do you prefer Julian Schnabel's studio work from the 1980's or his films?

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Answer:

While the work from his Neo Expressionism days was interesting for its time, it has not aged well, and seems rather silly and bloated in todays landscape. I think he is a much stronger film maker.

Subject: AP Art History

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In the current “anything goes” world of contemporary art, what must an artist do if they want to have a lasting impact?

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In my opinion, an artist must find a problem or a niche that only their work can solve. Once that question or niche has been identified, the artist then solves the problem so completely that the opinions of one or two influential critics or thinkers are rendered mute. The artist creates work that is so profound, so groundbreaking, so unique, that their particular time or movement CAN NOT be discussed without mentioning their name.

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