Notes from 9/14 and 9/16
Notes from 9/14 and 9/16 ARTH 2110001
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914 Andre Breton The First Manifesto of Surrealism Manifesto a public statement by avantgarde groups Art is not representational translates different states of being Most surrealist were a part of the war solider medic etc dealt with some PTSD automicism a monologue spoken as quickly as possible without intervention Rene magritte Cover ot the last issue of La Rirelavation surrealiste 1929 uses a women as a symbol for the unconscious Maz Ernst two children threatened my a nightingale 1924 Surrealism is fairytales for adults mixed media piece there are layers in the piece and stpry surrealist love found objects There is unfinished business of your past modern painting renissance window into the world reflects whats there mimesis Picasso i have a window mirror here Im gonna smash it surrealism not just messing with appearance but the psych truth needs to come through the looking glass sense of self is a construct Anaoymous cabinent of curiosities end of the 16th century renissance birth of rationality and reason Giorgio de chirico Metaphysical interior with biscuits 1916 SURREALISTS CLAIM HIS SO HARD painting of closet usually paints said pictures La melandie d ame belle journi 1913 lllustrational paintings rene magritte attempting the impossible 1938 he s painting a women INTO EXISTENCE The human condition 1933 Reference to renissance window onto the world art is an event helps you understand the world Reproduction Forbidden 1937 you expect to see his face puts us behind the person doubling denies us the persons face The treachery of Images 19289 This is not a pipe nothing can fully represent anything The central Story 1928 icon recognizable object The lovers 1928 metaphor for love Andre Masson Battle of fishes 1926 Joan Miro Harlequin s carnival 19256 Birth og the world 19 Max Ernst The kiss1927 Metamorphesis Napolean in the wilderness 1941 Yves Tanguy outside 1929 Salvador Dali Portrait of Paul Elohord 1929 the enigma of desire1929 The persistence of memory 1931 spain coast cocks memory losing of shape and form Greatest bullshitter ever said it was about the atomic bomb made in 31 bomb dropped in 45 Abstract surrealist paintings 916 PreWar American Painting Edward Steichen Alfred Stieglitz 1907 single most important figure who showed european art to america Armoury Show 1913 291 Gallery Key How do u show the american identity through art They wanted realism art is never about giving people what they want Pablo Picasso Guitar sheet music and Glass 1912 synthetic cubism collage Kasimir Malevich Black Rectangle and Red Square 191517 Piet Mondrian Tableau 2 1922 Wassily Kandisky Compsition vii 1913 purely abstract more emotional content with more abstract autonimous stands on its own utopic idea excessive drought Dust Bowl shifted population west massive amount of people Different political parties American scene painting portrayed work or leisure CITY PAINTINGS Rep our culture show us scenes of everyday american life Reginald Marsh Twenty Cent Movie 1936 race lsabel Bishop Dante and Virgil in Union Square 1932 Dante wrote the divine comedy Allusion to famous writer and poet is this city hell purgatory or Paradisse Early american abstraction firrst to use techniques STuart Davis Spar 19323 borrows cubism Georgia O Keefe Music Pink and Blue II 1919 Music abstract Arthur Dove Reminiscence1937 Hans Hofmann Landscape 1940 german immigrant The Gate1959 outlier Edward Hopper Nighthawks 1942 a room in brooklym 1932 Drug store 1927 nightwindows 1928 THE FRENCH LOVE HIM Regionalism idealized iconography of the american midwest Thomas Hart Benton Spring on the Missouri 1945 The lord is my shepard 1926 Moonlight on the osage 1938 BENTON WAS POLLOCKS MENTOR Grant Wood American Gothic 1930 Stone City Iowa 1930 Social Realism overtly political paintings encourage Protests Ben Shahn Parade for Repeal 1933 repeal prohibition law Liberation 1945 song 1950 painted rural music scene Jacob Lawerence involved in harlem Renaissance The Migration of the Negro Panel n 1 19401 The Migration of the Negro Panel n 5 19401
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