Art History II: Exam 4 Week 4
Art History II: Exam 4 Week 4 ART 1023
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Date Created: 04/27/16
04/22/16 Balla Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash 1912 Oil on canvas Marcel Duchamp Fountain 1917/1964 Porcelain urinal & paint Not popular at the time; piece was lost/destroyed Became important/celebrated in 1960’s Combining the idea of the high, cultured, clean spaces with low, animal, dirty spaces Also combining the gendered spaces Signed: “R. Mutt 1917” Was it really Duchamp’s idea? o Baroness Elsa von FreytagLoringhoven’s original idea and work? o After she dies he appropriates her ideas as his own Surrealism Use realism techniques to create dreamlike, nonsensical images Magritte The Treachery of Images 192829 Oil on canvas The inscription beneath the image says “this is not a pipe” Paradoxical The image is not a pipe, it is only a representational image of a pipe Magritte focuses in some of his works on the relationship between and object and the word we use to represent it His pieces are very easily reproduced because of his straightforward style 04/25/16 Picasso Guernica Oil on canvas 1937 Works with and is friends with Surrealist painters, but is not one o Also not a Cubist painter Classified as a combination of a history, surrealist, cubist painter o Style all his own Jackson Pollock One: Number 31, 1950 1950 Oil and enamel paint on unprimed canvas More important for the implied movement of the artist and the gestures used to create the markings o Very focused on the physical process o Not focused on meaning Canvas laid on the floor, Pollock dripping, flicking, etc. paint over it Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Cans 1962 Synthetic polymer paint on thirtytwo canvases Originally displayed in a single row around the gallery space 04/27/16 Minimalism Not important that the artist actually makes it o Usually planned by the artist and installed by a second party Smithson Spiral Jetty (Great Salt Lake, Utah) 1970 Black rock, salt crystals, earth, red water (algae) Reminds viewer of a labyrinth Changes with the tide of the lake Partially minimalism & partially landart Site vs. nonsite o Site: location in nature/space where art exists naturally/is made to be seen naturally o Nonsite: a gallery space or location specifically used to exhibit art, or a film or image used to show an artwork Lin Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Washington, D.C.) 1982 Black Granite Anonymously judged competition to decide what the memorial would look like and who would design it Names listed chronologically (by death) as opposed to alphabetically o Draws attention to the number of people who died in each year and how long the war was o Removes the impersonality that listing alphabetically would cause Black marble o Very reflective Shows involvements between past&present and living&dead o References mourning and death FINAL EXAM th Thursday May 5 12:00pm3:00pm Focus on the different movements Timeline of the movements and artists What type of visual language each movement/artist uses
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