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Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 16

by: Carole Boulware

Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 16 FACS 150

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Visual Culture and Literacy, Week 16
Visual Culture and Literacy I
Erin Silver
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carole Boulware on Wednesday July 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FACS 150 at University of Southern California taught by Erin Silver in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Visual Culture and Literacy I in Art History at University of Southern California.


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Date Created: 07/20/16
Pollock Painting has a life of its own - be within painting Canvas on the floor, cans of paint Drip paintings - relinquishing sense of authorship Quality of the substance of the paint itself Signs of the artist's active presence American Regionalism 1936 - liquid paint and moving canvas from wall and floor - drip technique Jackson Pollock "Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist)" 1950 Use of industrial materials Friends with Clement Greenberg, Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner Desire to produce a first object "comes before figuration" William de Kooning "Woman I" 1950-1952 Texture of canvas, build up of paint Gesture painting Process, performance Harold rosenberg - get inside the canvas Early performance art Process as content Yves Klein Anthropometrie (1960) Performance art Music, art, models, series Studies in color Barnett Newman "Vir Heroicus Sublimis" 1950-1951 Color as line, intended as accents Energize the color field Scale Mark Rothko "Number 3/No. 13 (Magenta, Black, Green on Orange) 1949 Tragedy, ecstasy, doom Ellsworth Kelly, "Red Blue Green" 1963 Not abstract expressionism - No evidence of artists hand Tighter, pictorial control Frank Stella "Nunca Pasa Nada" 1964 Post painterly abstraction Removes central focus Color Field Painting Helen Frankenthaler "Bay Side" 1967 Robert Rauschenberg Solid white or black Destruction of drawing - erasing Removing the trace of the artist


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