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European Journal of Media, Art & Photography

Issue 1/2022 AVAILABLE NOW!

 

Online Literary Criticism: When Reader Becomes Critic

Abstract Literary criticism as a part of mass media communication is going through significant changes with the development of online media. We can see many new variations of criticism today. Reviewers and critics are active on social sites; they use blogs, vlogs and podcasts to spread

Answer an Image

Abstract Is it possible to fulfil a (seemingly anachronic) desire for seeking beauty through its “distortion”? Can a wounded body be depicted as victorious? Who is imitated by “a portrait” of a biblical or mythological character? In what way can a subject be reflected in a

Family As A Means Of Making Art

Abstract This portfolio presents a selection of artworks by the Slovak photographer, Zuzana Pustaiová. The artist gained wider recognition in 2012 when she won the international competition Frame as an art student. Following her success, she became recognized internationally and her work was included in several

Ian Conrich – Driving Force from the Land of Tolkien

Abstract This interview presents Professor Ian Conrich´s opinions on various topics related to the movie industry in different countries. He describes what he thinks about the driving force behind the New Zealand studies in UK, he brings his thoughts about the global marketing of cinemas also