Disney: Defying and Embracing Modern Arts

Disney- modern art? Agree or no?

Chris Damian

The Cinderella Castle in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom was completed in July of 1971. It is a 20th century building that drew upon centuries-old architectural styles. It has the appearance of a medieval castle, although it was inspired by many castles that were built during the modern era. Nonetheless, it is a beautiful building that stands in sharp contrast with many of the “great modern buildings” of the current age. It is grand and ornate, like a castle or cathedral, rather than sleek and geometric, like a space ship or a megachurch.

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