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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is

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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 22 Feb 2017, 07:29
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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is (i) _________ serious American art of the twentieth century: "high" artists ceded the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _________ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.





Blank (i) Blank (ii)
(A) missing from (D) beautiful
(B) valued in (E) commonplace
(C) crucial to (F) complex
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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 24 Feb 2017, 05:24
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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2017, 03:53
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The NOT ironic, or the serious representation of X missed from certain form of American art. The artists used only commonplace to depict certain scenarios, I.E to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.

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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2018, 13:31
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utitul is not even a word :D
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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2018, 15:42
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In fact, there is a typo in that blank.

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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 10 Aug 2018, 04:46
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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is (i) _________ serious American art of the twentieth century: "high" artists ceded the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _________ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.





Blank (i) Blank (ii)
(A) missing from (D) beautiful
(B) valued in (E) commonplace
(C) crucial to (F) complex


[Reveal] Spoiler:
A AND E


Please explain the clue to select 'missing from' for the first blank.
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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 12 Aug 2018, 02:28
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The artists of the 20th century avoided to embrace more adventurous path and at the same time more valuable to accept more common advertising to work with.

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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2018, 00:23
Doesn't the second part of the sentence mean that the artists stop using everyday life in illustrations?
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Re: The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2018, 15:56
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I am not quite sure I get what you did mean.

However, the meaning of the sentence is this: the art of that time misses of a kind or representation. it dedicated to depicting the advertisements of the time.

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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is (i) _________ serious American art of the twentieth century: "high" artists ceded the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _________ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.

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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life can be central to, peripheral or even absent in serious American art of the twentieth century. We don't know which of these. All the three choices offered - missing from, valued in and crucial to fit the blank perfectly.

So we move on to the sentence after the colon, knowing well that it explains or defines what comes before the colon. And it says:

"high" artists ceded the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _________ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.

The crucial word here is "ceded". It means "gave away". So I rewrite the sentence as:

"high" artists gave away the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _________ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.

Since the high artists gave away the straightforward depiction of whatever-it-maybe, it is no longer present in serious American art of the twentieth century. Therefore, missing from is the correct choice.

Now what did the "high" artists cede (give away) to the illustrators, advertisers and packaging designers? If the (unironic representation of) objects from everyday life is missing from serious American art, well, then it is that very thing that has been ceded. Therefore, commonplace is the correct choice.

OR

Since the (unironic representation of) objects from everyday life is missing from serious American art because it was ceded to the illustrators and designers, well, then it should be the word in the blank. We need "objects of everyday life" in the blank. Therefore, commonplace is the correct choice.

Some Notes:

The clue for the first blank is ceded.
The clue for the second blank is objects from everyday life

unironic representation = straightforward depiction
objects from everyday life = commonplace

So just plug and play!. Irony is a figure of speech, so it is not something literal. Unironic is therefore something literal or straightforward.
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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is (i) _____ serious American art of the twentieth century: "high" artist ceded the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _____ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.

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The unironic representation of objects from everyday life is (i) _________ serious American art of the twentieth century: "high" artists ceded the straightforward depiction of the (ii) _________ to illustrators, advertisers, and packaging designers.

Blank (i) Blank (ii)
(A) missing from (D) beautiful
(B) valued in (E) commonplace
(C) crucial to (F) complex

it will be much more convenient ot start from secon blank, in which artis cede something, as from the first part is known that the subject of a discussion is everyday objects, hence second blank will be commonplace, well if they cede commonplace things it means it's invaluable to them, and in the first blank only valid option will be missing from.
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Correct answer is a) missing from and e) commonplace

When approaching the question, it is easier to get the second blank first. The colon (:) between the two sentences indicate that there is no shift happening between the sentences. In the first sentence, they talk about "objects from everyday life". The second blank will have a similar connotation. Only e) commonplace fits

Similarly, in the second place - it is stated that the artists left (ceded) this type of imagery to others. This means that, the work of these artists did not have everyday objects. "Missing from" is the only option that matches here
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