“The color of art is #A79F94″ by Joshua T. Nimoy. He calculated the average color from more than 26,000 images in the MoMa art collection.
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Very neat, but how do you calculate an average color?
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Jesse Harding, A Numerical Average of Style (2008)
The average color of five websites is assessed by averaging every color on the sites’ various stylesheets.
[...] The color of art is #A79F94 [...]
So the goal of art now is to perform mathematical programming parlor tricks. Bleeh.
wouldn’t it be more accurate to say this is the color of *Modern* Art, since the images were all collected from MoMa? the value might be different for say, the Met. or certain time periods throughout history.
I’m pretty sure that average color of the art at the Met would also be brown, maybe even darker.
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my favorite color ;]
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yeah… anyway, it’s surely going to be a grey or a brown for any museum ! the simple exercice of mixing all colors… always turns to brown.
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