EXAM ONE STUDY GUIDE
EXAM ONE STUDY GUIDE ART_GNRL 1020
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ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge EXAM ONE REVIEW GUIDE EXAM DATE 14th September 2015 There should be able 55 written questions MC or TH and approximately 15 images from text and lectures OVERALL IDEAS O O O O O O 90 90 90 90 90 90 How the artist sees How we perceive and understand Words and images Describing the world Art and reception Art politics and public space VOCABULARY O 90 O O O O 90 90 90 90 Form overall structure of the art Subject Matter literal depicted recognizable image Content what it means Visual Literacy ability to comprehend and discuss visual images Iconography visual images which render meaning understood by a given cultural group CHAPTER ONE A WORLD OF ART 0 90 O 90 O 90 How artist seework 0 Help us see world in new way 0 Create visual record 0 Make functional objects beautiful and meaningful 0 Give form to ideas and feelings Physical v Psychological description v interpretation 0 The ag symbol of nationalism ARTISTS O Yayoi Kusama You Who Are Getting Obliterated in Dancing Swarm of Fire ies 2005 0 Christo ampJeanneClaude the Gates New York City 2005 I Orange gates linking to Japan John Ahearn amp Rigoberto Torres Pat 1982 0 Nan Goldin Cookie at Tin Pan Alley New York City 1983 I Feminist themed photos showing critical thinking Claude Monet Le Pont de l Europe Gare SaintLazare 1877 0 Kane Kwei Co in Organge in the Shape of a Coca Pod 1970 0 Renzo Paino Tiibaou Cultural Center New Caledonia 1998 Whitney Museum of Art 2015 O O ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 000000000 0 Jan Van Eyck God 1432 Jan and Hubert Van Eyck The GhentAltarpiece 1432 Pablo Picasso Les Demosielles d Avignon 1907 Child Hassam Allies Day May 1917 1917 Jasper Johns Three Flags 1958 Faith Ringgold God Bless America 1964 Andy Warhol Race Riot 1963 Cai GuoQuang Pyrotechnics for Olympisc 2008 footprints of history Herzog and de Meuron Bird s Nest Beijing National Stadium Olympics 2008 I Environmentally sound Tehching Hsiech The Cage 19781979 Yearlong performance art CHAPTER TWO DEVELOPING VISUAL LITERACY 393 Art can be persuasive informative engaging 393 Representational abstract and nonrepresentational art in accordance to the subject matter 393 ARTISTS O O 0 0000000 0 O Rene Magritte The Treason of Images La Trahison des images 1929 John Ahearn amp Rigoberto Torres Pat REPRESENTATIONAL Albert Bierstadt The Rocky Mountains the Matterhorn REPRESENTATIONAL Nathan Sullivan William Kentridge Sue Coe brie y discussed REPRESENTATIONAL Tjapaltjarri Man s Love Story 1978 ABSTRACT Erna Motna Bush re and Corroboree Dreaming 1988 ABSTRACT Susan Rothenberg horses ABSTRACT Cezanne ABSTRACT THE FATHER OF MODERN ART Beatriz Mihazes Carambola 2005 NONREPRESENTATIONAL Calude Monet Robert Motherwell Judy Chicago NONREPRESENTATIONAL Jackson Pollock made NYC known for abstract art in the 1950 s NONREPRESENTATIONAL Chartes Cathedral France Jan Van Eyck The Marriage of Giovanni Arnolfini and Giovanna Genami 1431 39 Symbolism Jean Michel Basquit modern symbolist 1982 Taylor amp Howling Wolf Multiple perspectives Treaty signing at Medicine Creek Lodge Lorna Simposon She 1992 I Without identity individuality I Installs identity by challenging stereotypes of gender Shirin Neshat Rebellios Silence from Women of Aliah Series Piet Mondrian shows the transformation of becoming more abstract CHAPTER THREE SEEING THE VALUE IN ART ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 393 Values of art are money reception politics and public space 393 Artists functionspersonalities O 0 Provides information Reporter analyst activist 393 ARTISTS O O OO O Sylvie Fleury gold shopping cart Robert Mapplethorpe X Portfolio I Challenged gender roles Chris Ofili The Holy Virgin Mary 1996 I Controversial challenged traditional views of Mary and religious beliefs Edouard Monet Luncheon on the Grass 1863 I Seen as too modern and became forerunner for modern art I Similar to Raimondi s The Judgment of Paris Pablo Picasso Les Demoiselles d Avignon 1907 I Disregarded beauty and freed artist from accurate representation Marchel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase No 2 1912 I Successful scandal Alexander Calder La Grand Vitesse 1969 Carl Andre Stone Field Sculpture Hartford Connecticut 1977 Richard Serra Titled Arc 1981 I A scar on the plaza an arrogant gesture Maya Ying Lin Vietnam Memorial Washington D C 1982 Michelangelo David 15015014 I Symbolize Republican Florence I Aesthetic issues discussed in the public arena Krzysztof Wodiczko Homeless Vehicle in NYC 19881989 Guillermo GomezPena and Roberto Sifuentes The Crucifiction Project 1994 Suzanne Lacy Whisper the Waves the Wind 19931994
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