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Week 3 notes

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Week 3 notes ART_GNRL 1020

Nicole Tierney
Appreciation of Art
Bonnie Kerridge

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These are notes from class on 9/9. There was no class on 9/7 due to labor day. The beginning of class started off with a speaker from Cedar Creek and ended with talking about Chapter 3 from the book.
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nicole Tierney on Thursday September 10, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ART_GNRL 1020 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Bonnie Kerridge in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Appreciation of Art in Art at University of Missouri - Columbia.


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Date Created: 09/10/15
ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 9 September 2015 Chapter 3 Seeing the Value in Art The art market depends on 393 Wealthy clients 393 What are they seeking 0 Ownership 0 Investment 0 Patronage Values of art 39339 Arts amp money 392 Art amp its reception 393 Art politics amp public space Spectrum who are the artists amp what is their function 393 Artists as she who experiences life amp provides information to the greater public 393 Artists as reports represent their world often whistle blows 393 Artists as analysts attempt to look beyond the visible 393 Artists as activists through their art they help us see things in different ways Artist mentioned 393 Sylvie Fleury Serie ELA 75K PlumpityPlump 2000 0 High end shopping wealthy investors 0 Business of art informs art museum 0 Is the value of art monetary 39339 Robert Mapplethrope X Portfolio 0 Challenged gender roles CONTROVERSIES Controversial Piece 1 Chris O li The Holy Virgin Mary 1996 393 Chris Ofili 0 British 0 Catholic 0 Saatchi Gallery New Young Talent 2000 0 Brooklyn Museum Exhibition of New amp Extraordinary Talent 393 Challenged traditional version of Virgin Mary 0 Blue cape Pious expression European Caucasian Celestial ampor gilded settings no earthly bondage 393 Medieval religious icon rendered in a scandalous fashion 0 Gilded gold backdrop O Cherubs a oat in heavens ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 0 Script of Virgin Mary untraditional 0 Public I Challenged conservative religious beliefs I Challenged the Eurocentric White Virgin Mary I New version a western black Virgin Mary 0 There were threats to cut funds from the museum 0 Mayor called it sick stuff Controversial Piece 2 Edouard Manet Luncheon on the Grass 1863 393 Rejected from Paris exhibit 0 Too modern I brush strokes broad amp visible I distorted space ampdepth of field 393 Caused public scandal 393 Forerunner of modern art 0 Celebrated for his position in art history as well as in his beautiful work 393 Took similar appearance to Raimondi s The Judgment of Paris 0 Not Paris of the Trojan War 0 Paris the city in moral decline Controversial Piece 3 Pablo Picasso Les Demoiselles d Avignon 1907 393 Size subject matter abstraction of female figure harshness of line rapport with viewer One of first paintings of modern movement 0 Disregard for beauty Artist freed from concern for accurate representation Engagement with viewer Imposing harsh angles 0 Multiple view points 0 Predominance of inner dialogue O O O O 90 90 90 90 O Controversial Piece 4 Marchel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase No 2 1912 393 Even though it was a scandal it was successful 393 Movement on a 2D surface 393 Got the attention of the critics 0 Teddy Roosevelt called it the Navajo Blanket Controversial Public Structures 393 Alexander Calder La Grand Vitesse 1969 393 Carl Andre Stone Field Sculpture Hartford Connecticut 1977 393 Richard Serra Titled Arc 1981 0 Lower Manhattan NYC public outcry I A scar on the plaza an arrogant gesture 393 Maya Ying Lin Vietnam Memorial Washington D C 1982 ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 393 They challenged public thinking and traditions of beauty Visual Politics 393 Michelangelo David 15015014 0 Symbolize Republican Florence O Aesthetic issues discussed in the public arena 393 Krzysztof Wodiczko Homeless Vehicle in NYC 19881989 393 Guillermo GomezPena and Roberto Sifuentes The Crucifiction Project 1994 393 Suzanne Lacy Whisper the Waves the Wind 19931994 0 La J olia CA 0 Older women talking about their lives on the beach 0 By 2020 female poor


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