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Art Final

by: Cayla Rodney

Art Final

Cayla Rodney
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ART FINAL   Donna Ferrato  “I am Unbeatable”, domestic violence. Ruth, Diamond, Diana, First Safe Night  James Natcheway  From Vietnam War and on. El Salvador, Bosnia, Rwanda, West Bank, Albania,  NY. All are humans, look past conflicts.     Lewis Hine Fought against child labor laws. Photographed kids working in factories “Doffer  Boys”, “Trapper Boys”, “Four Workers”  Hank Willis Thomas Materialistic nature that society has become engulfed in (Race, advertising, media representation)    Amanda Hankerson & Lacey Criswell  “Forever and Always”, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, marriage and love   Jill Peters “Sworn virgins of Albania”, woman who became men to gain social freedoms in  Albania. “3rd gender”, hijaras, man/woman and men who dress like women   Lori Nix “The City”, what the world would look like after man leaves   Barabara Ciurej & Lindsey Lochman  “Fruit Loop Landscape”, Cola Sea”, White Bread Mountain”, old west landscape  re created with food   Kahn & Seiesnick  “Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea”  Binh Danh  “Mother and Child” (North and South Korea), “Helicopters”, “Drifting Souls”  chlorofil, put negatives on top of dead leaves, image left onleaf, coated in ressen  Susan Kae Grant  “Night Journey”, shadow portraits  Penelope Umbrico  “Suns (from sunsets) from Flickr” on 9/25/07 collaged together “Views from the Internet” collaged together “Signals Still” from Criagslist collaged together All of his pieces highlight the availability of everything on the Internet.  Nate Larsen & Marni Shindelman  “Geo location”, found a tweet and went to the location it was posted and took a  picture  Bernd & Hill Becher  (New Topographics) Formal boring photos, “Gas Tanks”, “Water Towers”, etc.  collaged together.   Mark Klett & Byron Wolfe   Steve McCurry  “Eloquence of the Eye” National Geographic photographer, all around the world.  “Peshawar” “Weligama”   Theron Humphrey   “This Wild Idea”, storyteller. Hit the road and decided to make one new friend  every day fro one year, document their story. His dog named Maddie that could  balance on anything.   Hillerbrand & Magsamen  Family photographers that focus on material consumption. “Charon”, “Ophelia”,  “Atlas”, “Icarus”.   Mary Ellen Mark  “Streetwise”, project on runaway children in Seattle, WA. “Ward 81”, lived and  worked with women in the mental institution. “I didn’t want to use them, I wanted them to use me.     Richard Renaldi  “Touching Strangers”  Jen Davis  Photographing herself how the world saw her.   Carrie Mae Weems  “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried”, 19 ­20  century Africa  Americans forced into slavery to now (You became Mammia, Mama, Mother, and Then Yes Confidant)   Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison  “Architect’s Brother” shows mans effect on land, a man healing the Earth,  technology vs. nature “Counterpoint”, Winterarm  We Are The Youth  (Laurel Golio and Diana Scholl) Photojournalist for LGBT youth and their stories.  Vik Muniz & Marcelo Coelho  Brazilian artists, photographs the boundary between matter and information which highlights how we communicate (On a grain of sand)  David Taylor “Working the Line”, US Mexico Border   Matthew Brady One of the first war photographers, portraits of Lincoln, civil war. “Civil War  Battlefield” “Pontoon across...”   Mishka Henner (51 US military outposts) Satellite photos of places that aren’t suppose to exist    Robert Capa D­Day, “The Spanish Civil War”, “Falling Soldier”   Terri Warpinski Surface Tension: US/Mexico, Palestine/Isreal, Berlin borders, holding pens   Ron Haviv  “Blood and Honey”: Syrian conflict in the 90’s. Illustrates the casual nature of  soldiers’ vs. the brutality on people.   Lynsey Addario In Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan. Abdul Hussein Majid Quing, Iraqi woman, Sudanese Army, Khalid, Kahido, Taliban (Pulitzer Prize)   Tom Stoddard  “Ethnic Cleansing in Kosovo” Albanians forced out (1999), collection of  photographs found on the side of the road   Susan Meiselas Nicaragua: revolution 70­80’s, El Salvador   Suzanne Opton Soldiers that have come back to the US for a break between assignments (Iraq,  Afghanistan). Soldier rests head. Shell shocked soldier with family.   Bryan Thomas  “Neither There Nor Here”, make a better life in America, quotes with pictures   Rineke Dijkstra Follows young adults as they go through boot camp, shows mental and physical  maturity   JT Blatty  “Snapshots Sent Home”, served two tours in Afghanistan   Kevin Carter Bang bang club. Pulitzer prizewinner for toddler in Sudan.   Valerio Vincenzo’s   Borderline – Les frontiers de la paix” In between places in Europe that aren’t  clearly marked. Borders are socially constructed, not real.    Six Visual Elements  1. Line­ path of a moving point  2. Shape 3. Form­ 3D quality of an object’s mass  4. Texture­ surface characteristics of an object 5. Space­ air around on object (the background) 6. Color­ the sensation we experience through our eyes from varying  wavelengths of visible light   Elements of Design  ­Balance  ­Visual direction ­Repetition ­Emphasis/detail/simplicity ­Contrast ­Unity: elements work together (ex. same colors)  Unit 2: Portraiture Artist List ● Francesca Woodman- She was a tormented soul who after killing herself became famous when her father developed and published all her photos. Her pictures are ghostly self- portraits or of friends. “Space 2”. ● Robert Cstnelius- Self-portraits, 1 selfie. ● André Kertész Black and white self-portraits. Uses shadows to create the portrait. ● Diane Arbus- Black and white self-portraits. Known for taking pictures of “outsiders” in New York (1950-60s). “Kid with the toy hand grenade” and “Identical Twins”. ● Willy Ronis- Black and white self-portraits. First French photographer to work for LIFE Magazine. ● Andreas Feininger- Black and white. “The photo journalist”. Manhattan and natural structures. ● Vivian Maier- Black and white portraiture. American street photographer who started as a nanny taking pictures of herself and the kids she took care of. ● Irving Penn- Black and white portraiture in the wild but with stage backdrops. ● Sally Mann- Black and white portraiture. The “quintessential” family portraiture. Family (3 kids, fictional and nonfictional depiction) and land in rural VA. First book was “Immediate Family” which got a lot of backlash for child nudity. “Family Pictures” and “Proud Flesh” (ill husband). ● Richard Avedon- Very famous American fashion and portrait photographer. Made fashion photos more complex/artistic. ● Helmut Newton- Black and white photographer. Prolific fashion photographer (Vogue) that made provocative photos. ● Lise Bing- Black and white photography that played with mirrors. ● Mary Ellen Mark- “Streetwise”, project on runaway children in Seattle, WA. “Ward 81”, lived and worked with women in the mental institution. “I didn’t want to use them, I wanted them to use me. ● Margaret Bourke-White- American documentary photographer. First foreigner to photograph soviet industry, first female war correspondent, first female LIFE photographer. “Kentucky Flood” shows juxtaposition of American life. One of the last people to photograph Gandhi. Photographed all of the women working during WWII. Took pictures during the Holocaust in concentration camps. ● Sebastião Salgado Brazilian photographer. Traveler. Documents all major catastrophes. Famous book of the world, “Gensis”. Black and white contrast. ● Nicholas Nixon- “People With Aids”, 5-year project documenting 15 people with aids. ● W. Eugene Smith- Photo journalist and created photo essays. “Battle of Iwo Jima” and “Smith Children”. ● Robert Frank- Collection “The Americans” was the first time a foreigner looked in and made us re look at the realities of America. “Parade” Hoboken, NJ. ● Joel Meyerowitz- Street photographer that did a 9/11 aftermath series. ● Tina Modotti- Italian photographer, model, activist, and spy (?). Photographed the community around her. “Mother&Child”, “Workers Parade”. Used photos as an agent of change in Mexico. ● Manuel & Lola Álvarez Bravo- Mexico’s most important photographer. Self-portraiture and photos of the community/every day life/street children. ● Roy DeCarava- Influential African-American photographer. ● Nikki S. Lee- Takes on the identity of individuals and groups to try and highlight stereotypes. “The Schoolgirls”, “Senoirs project”, “Hip Hop Project”, “Tourist Project”. Pictures with boyfriend then cuts them out. “Layers Project”, portraits done of her drawn by people of different cultures. ● Kris Sanford- “Through the Lens of Desire”. Homosexual couples highlighted by zooming into pictures pulling out of context. ● Bootsy Holler- Visitor: rebuilding the family album. Photo shopped herself into old family photos of her mom and grandmother. ● Yasumasa Morimura- “Master of Disguise”, dressed up as famous actresses/models (male to female). Uses photography as entertainment and makes art fun. Also did famous thinkers and makers. ● Cindy Sherman- “The Untitled Film Series”, references traditional stereotypes of woman. ● Lalla Essaydi- Morrocan photographer. Islamic woman photographed and covered in Arabic writing. ● Carrie Mae Weems- Significant African American artist of her time. Faced race relations head on. Showed how black woman are treated in art history. ● Jen Davis- Photographing herself how the world saw her. ● Haley Morris-Cafiero- “The Wait Watchers”, documents others looking at her. People are caught being judgmental. ● Alan Charlesworth- “The Brotherhood of Bears”, guys who like burly guys. ● Kelli Connell- “Double Life”, looks at the duality of self (male to female, good to bad). Edited/doubled the model an on going project. Lie as a document, truth as a photograph. ● Catherine Opie- Documented non-traditional gender roles. “Self-portrait/cutting” ● Richard Renaldi- “Touching Strangers” ● Betsy Schneider- Worked with Sally Manns. Showed connection between mother and child with her two kids. Show everyday life of messy children, at play. ● William Tolan- “FHB: Family Hold Back”, captured the strictly “family” moments. Worked with Sally Mann. ● Hillerbrand & Magsamen- Family photographers that focus on material consumption. “Charon”, “Ophelia”, “Atlas”, “Icarus”. ● Nadia Sablin- “Two Aunties”, documents basic domestic life and their loveliness. Immigrated, Russia to USA. ● Eugene Ellenberg- “In My Father’s House”, showed he didn’t know much his own father and showed what in the house equaled his father. Fleeting last moments of his fathers life. ● Tina Barney- Photographed her family, a high society family of NY. Shows everyday events that are candid and surface level. ● Nan Goldin- “The Ballad of Sexual Dependency”, documented the good and bad in relationships (family and friends). Her shows were projection of images. “Can’t lose anyone if you photograph them enough” ● Bob Carey- “The Tutu Project”, wife had breast cancer, he took self-portraits in a tutu to make her smile and then became a way to support breast cancer. Raised money and awareness. ● Emmet Gowin- Family at home in 1960s. Daily life but seems staged and dramatic (Edith and kids). “Illustrate what you don’t understand” ● Mark Klett- Birthday portraits. Time and Family. ● David Hilliard- Trip tic, three photographs put together for panorama. Depicts emotional distance between family members. “The Tale is True”, autobiographical and fictional. ● Jess Dugan- “Portrait of My Mother”, age and progression. Bodies changing over time. Ideas, themes, concepts, technical terms to be familiar with: ● Vernacular photographs- Created by amateurs, photos of everyday life, common things. ● Self-Portraiture- Meant to Last ● Selfie- Disposable photo that is a fleeting moment ● Community Document- ● Identity (discussing, creating, understanding) ● Family portrait vs. work about family ● Personal and family history


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