Week Two Notes
Week Two Notes ART_GNRL 1020
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ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 31 August 2015 Chapter 2 Developing Visual Literacy THINKING AHEAD How does subject matter differ from content What is representational art What constitutes an artwork s form What is iconography L 393 Rene Magritte The Treason of Images La Trahison des images 1929 393 ART CAN BE 0 Powerfully persuasive O Informative 0 Aesthetically engaging 393 Visual Literacy the ability to comprehend and discuss Visual images 0 Descriptive vocabulary 0 Historical and social context 0 Interpretation VERB AL 4 VISUAL O 9 Subject matter what the image depicts 0 THIS LEADS TO THINKING ABOUT CONTENT meaning Successful artists can form the tension between images and words Calligraphy fine art of handwriting 0 Page from Persian Manuscript 16th Century Islamic belief words can be trusted in ways image could not 0 O 90 90 O 90 REPRESENTATIONAL V ABSTRACT V NONREPRESENTATIONAL Representational if the subject matter is recognizable 0 Pat John Ahem and Rigoberto Torres 0 The Rocky Mountains Albert Bierstadt O ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge O The Matterhorn Albert Bierstadt 0 Nathan Sullivan contemporary realism 0 William Kentridge 0 Sue Coe 393 Abstract if the subject matter is recognizable but abstractedreduced to essential qualities Which are then isolated exaggerated or distorted O Man s Love Story Tjapaltjarri 1978 I Landscape of the dreaming I Ceremonial art 0 Bush re and Corroboree Dreaming Erna Motna 1988 0 Susan Rothenberg horses 0 Cezanne I The father of modern art 393 Nonrepresentational no recognizable subject matter 0 Deals With form shape color 0 Carambola Beatriz Mihazes 2005 0 Claude Monet 0 Jackson Pollock I Made NY known for abstract art in the 1950s Robert Motherwell 0 Judy Chicago 0 To appreciate 393 Art is interlaced With the larger cultural and aesthetic beliefs of historical periods and events as well as re ect the artist s personal philosophy 393 Iconography visual images Which render meaning understood by a given cultural group O Chartres Cathedral France 1650 O The Marriage of Giovanni Arnolfini and Giovanna Genami Van Eyck 1434 I Symbolism 0 Hand marriage 0 Green fertility 0 Shoes sacred place so they are off 0 Dog fidelity 0 Jean Michel Basquit 1982 ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge I Modern I Symbolist 393 Multiple perspectives O Treaty signing at Medicine Creek Lodge I Taylor 1867 hand drawn I Howling Wolf 1877 ledger drawing looks more juvenile Other artists mentioned in lecture 393 Lorna Simpson 0 She 1992 I Without identity without individuality I Challenges stereotypes of gender and race 0 Three images of the neck I Different angles I Ties with words 0 Installs identity 393 Shirin Neshat Rebellious Silence from Women ofAliah Series 0 Included poems rif es etc 0 Comes from Iran 0 Words and images often result in misreading and misunderstanding 393 Piet Mondrian showed the transformation of becoming more abstract 0 Started with a tree 0 Trees became less obVious O Ended with lines rectangles squares and primary colors THERE IS NO CLASS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2ND 2015 GO TO MUESUM FOR WORKSHEET 1
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