Over the period, the focus of landscape art changed in terms of the subject and properties. Different forms of landscape paintings came into existence and there were no instances when landscape paintings diminished. It was then used as a mode to demonstrate philosophical thoughts in addition to historical, cultural and social moments (Hill and Minghelli, 2014). Photographic practice evolved when landscape art works were converted to photography and this happened to be an easier way to capture pictures than the art works. In the Italian context, medianity was a new system that has gained a good cultural as well as institutional dimension. Additionally, photography was considered secondary than the landscape painting and art critics insisted that radical thoughts and intellectual practices can be exposed only by means of painting than photography. New objects were used to create these art works. Apart from the representation of historic events and cultural practices, it is used to explore spatial studies, cultural changes, cinema, literature, aesthetics, geography and music.