Week 6 lecture notes
Week 6 lecture notes ART 176
Popular in Arts and Society: Visual
Popular in Art
This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lane Paulson on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ART 176 at Illinois State University taught by Vanessa Schulman in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see Arts and Society: Visual in Art at Illinois State University.
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Date Created: 09/30/15
Genres amp Terms for 20th Century Art 0 Move into new modes of artistic representation Autonomous Art 0 Autonomous separate independent outside 0 Art that is usually without social or political content 0 The autonomous avantgarde sees art as pure aesthetic experimentation quotArt for art s sakequot 0 Compare the two Vincent van Gogh The Sower 1888 autonomous art JeanFrancois Millet The Sower 1850 O o 39Uezanne Bather 188587 autonomous 0 Abstract Art 7 o Abstraction simpli cation of or departure from Visua y rea IS ic imagery 0 Usually does not use the traditional hierarchy of techniques 0 Stops trying to appear as if there is a quotrealquot world behind the Pablo Picasso Les Demoseles d Avignon 1907 Strongly in uenced by Paul C zanne Looks at primitive artworks art by people who don t possess western art training and incorporates them 0 Ex African masks Dan amp Etoumbi ancient Iberian sculptures Refers to older styles of art in his paintings NonrepresentationalArt o Nonrepresentational totally abstract 0 No reference to any recognizable imagery from the quotrealquot world 0 Wassily Kandinsky Composition II 19091910 o Piet Monia Composition in Brown and G o Kasimir Malevich Black Square 1915 quotArt resembles life no more than a skirt resembles a woman Conceptual Art 0 Conceptual the idea concept behind the art matters more than its visualaesthetic qualities 0 The artist may or may not make the piece 0 There may or may not be a tangible art object created
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