This is true piece of art on human body

Body art is art made on, with, or consisting of, the human body. The most common forms of body art are tattoos and body piercings, but other types include scarification, branding, scalpelling, shaping (for example tight-lacing of corsets), full body tattoo and body painting.

More extreme body art can involve things such as mutilation or pushing the body to its physical limits. For example, one of Marina Abramovic’s works involved dancing until she collapsed from exhaustion, while one of Dennis Oppenheim’s better-known works saw him lying in the sunlight with a book on his chest, until his skin, excluding that covered by the book, was badly sunburned. It can even consist of the arrangement and dissection of preserved bodies in an artistic fashion, as in the case of the plastinated bodies used in the travelling Body Worlds exhibit.

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Body art is also a sub-category of performance art, in which artists use or abuse their own body to make their particular statements.

In more recent times, body became a subject of much broader discussions and treatments that cannot be reduced to the body art in its common understanding. Important strategies that question the human body are: implants, body in symbiosis with the new technologies, virtual body etc. Scientific research in this area, for example that by Kevin Warwick, can be considered in this artistic vein. A special case of the body art strategies is the absence of body. The most important artists that performed the “absence” of body through their artworks were: Keith Arnatt, Andy Warhol, Anthony Gormley and Davor Džalto.

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22 Comment

  1. daniel says:

    beautiful pics!

  2. arkadije says:

    excellent body art.

  3. Why... says:

    does it seem like all body art/modification/plutofication is aimed at the darker more pathetic side of people? Trying too hard. That may look fine and dandy on canvas, but a person just seems too LOOK WHAT I CAN DO!!!!

  4. junaid says:

    Great piece of Art.
    Shows deep thoughts & imaginations

  5. boomer61 says:

    I did not much care for the darker ones, such as the ones with the safety pins, but otherwise, the rest are great, thoughtful, provocative and what i consider to be art! Since i have never been one to put much thought or care into art, so, coming from me, this is a very nice compliment. VERY well done.

  6. RN4081 says:

    Cool. Thanks for sharing these photos.

  7. The Baldchemist says:

    While I love art in most, if not all of its forms I wonder what it is with body art. It seems very self indulgent and perhaps even fleeting. Unless you are naked most of the time it is only exhibited intimately. Not that I have anything against intimacy.
    How long does it remain? How does the “canvas” feel?
    Great work though. At least its personally rememberable. Bit like being at a concert. Fleeting. Take away your own memories and feelings perhaps. Certainly couldn’t hang it on the wall.
    Thanks for the post.
    Get as much joy as you can from every day. The Baldchmemist

  8. Logan Nielson says:

    I enjoy all of these but i really like the dark ones or gothic if you will…. they show of man kinds depression, hate, and fear. Life is never as happy as death and this expresses it well.

  9. Papillon says:

    My boner – she is so BIG!!

  10. Rob Woodward says:

    I wonder if art should not be defined by human form, not complicated by presenting the human form as artistic human canvas.

  11. jewel says:

    i hope it creat a good effect to know art….i also think it so helpful for us……………………

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  13. Yasmine says:

    Very beautiful. Human body is charming.

  14. ApocalypZe says:

    Astonishingly Beautiful

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  17. P J S MATHARU says:

    Fantastic Body Art shared with us,There were some more light effect required to show it more effective.

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  19. John says:

    Who is all this art by?? does anyone know?

  20. […] A arte corporal também é uma sub-categoria de arte performática, em que os artistas usam ou abusam do seu próprio corpo para fazer suas declarações particulares. Em tempos mais recentes, o corpo se tornou um assunto de discussões muito mais amplo e tratamentos que não podem ser reduzidos à arte do corpo em seu entendimento comum. Estratégias importantes da arte no corpo humano são: implantes no corpo, em simbiose com as novas tecnologias, o corpo virtual, etc… Investigação científica nesta área, por exemplo, que por Kevin Warwick, pode ser considerado nesta veia artística. Um caso especial das estratégias da arte de corpo é a ausência do corpo. Os artistas mais importantes que realizaram a “ausência” do corpo através de suas obras foram: Keith Arnatt, Andy Warhol, Anthony Gormley e Davor Džalto…. Mais […]

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  22. Beth says:

    does anyone know who these are by? it would be a great help :)

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