Facebook just attempted to clarify what you are and are not allowed to share on Facebook without getting your account shut down. The company has gotten some bad press for treating a painting of a nude woman art, man the same way it treats hardcore pornography, and in a new blog post that absolutely nobody will read , Facebook says it's aiming to "[provide] more detail and clarity on what is and is not allowed. For example, what exactly do we mean by nudity, or what do we mean by hate speech? Well, as everyone knows, it's very easy to draw clear lines around categories of speech for the purposes of suppressing it. To help you better understand Facebook's rules, we've reproduced the text below, alongside the type of images that are allowed under the new rules. We also restrict some images of female breasts if they include the nipple, but we always allow photos of women actively engaged in breastfeeding or showing breasts with post-mastectomy scarring.
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Graffiti by Banksy May-Aug on the nature of reality, or the issue of art imitating reality. The work shows a cleaning worker erasing a mural. Note also the pictures of animals painted to resemble those in prehistoric cave paintings. Introduction to Postmodernism. Postmodernist art represents a completely new chapter in the history of art.
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The nude—the unclothed or partially clothed human body—has been featured in European art for millennia. After , with the waning of the Middle Ages, artists depicted nudes as increasingly three-dimensional, vibrant, and lifelike— in short, more immediate and real. They employed diverse means: in Italy through a return to the models of ancient Greek and Roman art, and in northern Europe through refinements to the technique of painting in oils that enabled painters to capture textures—of flesh, of hair, of the sparkle in an eye—with unprecedented truth to nature.