Art Appreciation Week 1
Art Appreciation Week 1 ART_GNRL 1020
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Chapter 1 A world of Art John Ruskin art critic and an intellectual Great nations write their autobiographies in three manuscripts the book of their deeds the book of their words the book of their art Not one of these books can be understood without the others but the most important is the lastquot Art is a tool of culture and it is being used today and economics has used art as a way of drawing in consumers What is the purpose of art What does it mean Architecture has become exciting and is like sculptures Birds nest by Herzog and de Meuron o Environmentally thought out geothermal puri cation of water solar heat absorption Appreciation of art o Is neverjust a question of o The art of seeing leads to imagining which leads to making things 0 Creativity is the sum of this process 0 overall structure of a work of art 0 what is literal depicted the recognizable image 0 what it means The artist perceives art as a way of conveying beauty and or ideas through different artistic means 0 Artist work in four major ways 1 Help us see the world in new ways i The gates in central park relating to the tori gates in japan two corners of the globe linking environmental issues of global warming ii Running fence Christo and JeanneClaude outdoor installation art piece fabric constantly blowing in the wind 2 Create a visual record of their time and place i John Ahern and Rigoberto Torres identicle wall hanging sculpture Pat 1982 how contemporary artists are giving accurate representation of what they see ii Uncompromising manner and style when photographing acts such as sex drugs violence etc name iii Monet late 18005 Paris railway stations and talking about what s happening with the city and the city becoming overwhelmed with steam also paints landscapes in provinces 3 Make functional objects beautiful and meaningful i Kane Kwei beauty and cleverness cof n orange cocoa pod a celebratory cof n saying the profession of the deceased ii Karaori Kimono from japan 1700 theatre kimono recognized for who wears that speci c kimono clothes and things that we wear have great meaning and are sought for a certain amount of beauty iii Renzo Piano Italian architect for Tjibaou cultural center integrated type of wood found in New Caledonia to build it 4 Give form to ideas and feelings i Concepts to shape unpopular truths spiritual forces human emotions ii Van Eyck depicting God how he sees him in 1432 and is apart of The Ghent Altarpiece iii Picasso and his ideas about women Les Demoiselles d Avignon 1907 Abstraction of the human form Harsh angles Masks Artists own con icting thoughts regarding women gtUUl 39 Art using ags JasperJohns Three Flags 1958 o In criticism of the unAmerican policy Piece of celebration of US entrance into the rst world war 1917 Faith Ringgold quotBod Bless Americaquot ladies face Yukinori Yanagi The World Flag Ant Farm 1994 0 Each ag is individual yet connected 0 Used colored sand collaborates with ants to represent people migrating and as each ant goes from each nation to the other they drag sand like boarder crossing taking American culture with us Andy Warhol Race Riot 1963 0 Martin Luther King artist interpretation of what was going on around them 0 Uni cations of role of artist Record of events Idea amp thoughts Unpopular truths New perspective JasperJohns 0 Very rational 0 Use of grids numbers alphabet
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