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GSU - AH 2000 - Class Notes - Week 6

School: Georgia State University
Department: Arts and Humanities
Course: Survey of Art Since 1900
Professor: Candice Greathouse
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Neo-Dada, popart, NewRealism, and warhol
Name: Survey of Art Since 1900 Unit 6 Notes
Description: These notes cover the weekly quiz
Uploaded: 10/05/2018
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background image Art History Unit 6  VIDEO 1 Neo ­ Dada, artists in the US IN THE 50’S AND 60’S. Similar to Dada Robert Rauschenberg
Erased De Kooning, 1953
He erased a de Kooning painting
Act of appropriation, “Neo ­ Dada” absurdist tactics to make work
Bed, 1955
Painting and sculpture
Art and life
Combined these things, “blurs the line between object that exist in the
world  and object of art” References abstract expressionism 
Ready made materials, at his disposal
“Combines” term he made up because he mixed materials 
Estate, 1963
Collage approach
Reflective of everyday life
Performance, choreography, etc
Jasper Johns
Flag, 1954
Made with newspaper
Common object (maps, numbers, letters)
Painted Bronze (Ale Cans), 1960
background image Reversal of dada readymades (mass produced object into fine art)
Embraced mundane of everyday, mass culture as material (would lead to pop art)
VIDEO 2: POP ART
Most well known of 50’s and 60’s, climate of consumerism 
New york and la
General public was receptive
Claes Oldenburg The Store, 1961 (left)
One of the first to sculpt
Art is a commodity like consumer objects,
appeal to senses (like neo dadaist)
Clothespin, 1976
He’d make large version of everyday objects
Not critiquing consumerism
Roy Lichtenstein
Hopeless, 1963
Used comic books,Benday dots, romances and war stories
“Hyperbolic, melodramatic”
Jay Rosenquist,
President Elect, 1960­61/64
Collage from posters and ads. As paintings.
Packaged and marketed as desirable goods 
Marjorie Strider,
Girl with Radish, 1963
Worked with sterotypes of women

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School: Georgia State University
Department: Arts and Humanities
Course: Survey of Art Since 1900
Professor: Candice Greathouse
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Neo-Dada, popart, NewRealism, and warhol
Name: Survey of Art Since 1900 Unit 6 Notes
Description: These notes cover the weekly quiz
Uploaded: 10/05/2018
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