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VPHB59H3 Midterm: Everything you need to know for the Midterm on February 12th

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Department
Art History
Course Code
VPHB59H3
Professor
M. Aronowicz

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Everything you need to know for the test on February 12 th DURATION: 1 hour test held in class on February 12th AIDS: No aids allowed, but I will give you a copy of the IMAGE LIST (identical to what was posted on Blackboard) for reference during the exam. You will be expected to draw upon these images to exemplify your ideas. You do not need to memorize any titles or dates. FORMAT: 3 Long Answer Questions: (20 points each = 60 points) 2 Image based question (each imagequestion will be shown for 10 minutes). 1 TheoreticalReading based question 1 Essay Question (40 points total) You will have choice to answer 1 out of the 2 questions HOW TO STUDY: Know your artworks from the list! Be able to discuss each artwork, but more importantly understand how they relate to the movement they represent, and other major themes or theories that they exemplify (i.e The Grid, Phenomenology, Walter Benjamin etc.) Dont stress out about specific details of each work, rather, understand the general ideas that each artwork or body of work stands for. o The images coded in Blue are strictly from the readings, and it is expected that you understand how they fit within the larger themes the textbook discusses (even if it is not covered in class) Do the readings: The strongest exams will bring in data from the readings and artist interviews a well as lectures. Try and understand the significance of each reading. Know the big ideas and themes: Understand the different theorists we discussed and their critical contributions. Understand how the artworks relate to these ideas or concepts. Compare and Contrast: Be able to discuss different works of art across different movements. How are they similar or different, how do they relate to each other.
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