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Week 10 Notes

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Week 10 Notes Art His 23

Sarah Doberneck

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Notes from week 10 of lecture
Dr. George Baker
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Doberneck on Monday March 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Art His 23 at University of California - Los Angeles taught by Dr. George Baker in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see Modernism in Art History at University of California - Los Angeles.


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Date Created: 03/14/16
March 8, 2016 Francis Picabia, Dance at the Spring, 1912  very large painting  Cubist, fleshly pink colored hues Marchel Duchamp, Nude Descending a staircase, 1912  Robotic, machinic form Picabia, Dance at the Spring, 1912 & The Spring, 1912  Begins to paint massce paintings  Browns and blacks with some sort of skin tones  Image of the body Picabia, The Procession, Seville, 1912  Our eyes dive down, if not into the painting  Picasso, Houses of a Hill, Horta de Ebro, 1909  Set in spain like picabia’s  They hated each other, critique each others cubism at this point  Language of contradiction between  Excessively physical and bodily with the absence of any of these things Picabia, The City of New York.., 1913  Water colors-pink hues  Its as if he is saying “my painting is phenemlogical” and interacts with the body not just depicts it  Rotated painting to make it more incomprehensible Duchamp, Bride stripped by..  He made the 3 non squares by the physical action of copying the shapes a veil made in the wind  Somewhat by chance Hans Arp, Collage arranged According to the Laws of Chance, 1916-1917  Constructed by tearing construction paper into canvas  Anti artistic, anti cultural  Trying it to the world Duchamp, Bride…  Sent his work to an exhibition and on the way back it completely shattered  He abandoned this work in 1923  Physical prodecures: opening to the world, letting dust gather on it Picabia, Egoist and Polygamy, 1918  Deeply indexical kind of art  Seems to be abstract drawings Picabia, The holy virgin & THe Young Girl. 1920  Contradiction between chance and purposeful creation  Questioning the cliché of how sexuality and gender are presented  Whoredom and promiscuity Miro, The Birth of the World, 1925 & Andre Masson, Figure, 1927  The line created by chance  Gives it over to the world and to that which is unknowable within ourselves Picasso, Guernica, 1937  Reaction to modern military events  Modermisn retyrning to history painting but no longer through the mimetic  Reembraced monochromatic colors  Wounded bodies, mostly women & children Modernism After impressionism:  Calls for no more galleries  Picasso sees the endless themes of violence in classical works


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