ART 234 Study Guide - Final Guide: Drowning Girl, Number 11, 1952 (Painting), Cello

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Modern Art Final Exam
Surrealism
surrealism is an offshoot of DADA art, it
was a response to the chaos of the
great depression, they were interested
in political criticism, chance procedures,
biomorphic forms, things that jar are
sensibilities, sexuality and blaspheme
Giorgio de Chirico
Max Ernst
Andre Masson
Joan Miro
Salvador Dali
Rene Magritte
Frida Kahlo
Pablo Picasso
Alberto Giacometti
Abstract
Expressionism
post–World War II art movement in
American painting, developed in New
York in the 1940s. abstract in style and
expresses emotional content. Typically,
abstract expressionist artists had either
a dynamic style characterized by
energetic movement or a more serene,
cerebral one using large color fields
Arshile Gorky
Adolph Gottlieb
Mark Rothko
Barnett Newman
William de Kooning
Robert Motherwell
Jackson Pollock
Grace Hartigan
David Smith
Pop Art and Pop
Culture
reflects..
a revolt against abstract expressionism:
a generation burnin 1930s who wanted
to look at art in a different way
people who mostly are post WWII
figures so they haven't seen the same
horrors that the other generation saw (at
least as directly)
they were products of enormous growth
of American in the post war years
Bob Rauschenberg
Jasper Johns
Claes Oldenburg
Andy Warhol
Roy Liechtenstein
James Rosenquist
George Segal
Edward Kienholz
Conceptual Art
reaction against pop art which was thought
by this group to be very commercial
opposing minimalism
immediate sources: tied to avant-garde
performance such as at the Judson dance
group including Bob Rauschenberg
Sol Lewitt
Vito Acconci
Joseph Kosuth
Hans Haacke
Lawrence Weiner
Bruce Newman
Joseph Beuys
Nam June Paik
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Earth Art
Walter de Maria
Christo and Jeanne Claude
Michael Heizer
Robert Smithson
Toward the
Millennium
Pictures Generation:
incorporation of art theory in an artistic
dialogue
80’s and 90’s artists have a lot of education
and are involved in the world of height
visual culture
critique of commercial and pop art
interested in appropriation and using
objects in a new way
Emotion Phycology:
idea that are can be used for psychological
effects
Social, Political Responses
group of younger artists who responded to
the social and political aspects of what art
can be about
Young British Artists:
group emerges around 1990 most of whom
studied at Goldsmiths college
set the British art scene on fire and still is
partly because of their influence today
Elizabeth Murray
Gerhard Richter
Anselm Keifer
Cindy Sherman
Barbara Kruger
Chris Burden
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Keith Haring
Kiki Smith
Robert Mapplethorpe
Felix Gonzalex-Torres
Adrian Piper
William Kentridge
David Hammond
Damien Hirst
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Surrealism: Image, Archetype and Object
Giorgio de Chirico
1915
-Melancholy Street
-Enigma of the Day
-The Song of Love
-Nostalgia of the Infinite
-Soothsayer’s Recompense
-The Seer
Max Ernst
1920
-Germinal, My Sister
-2 Children are Frightened by a Nightingale
-Elephant Celebs
-100,000 Doves
-The Grey Forest
1935
-Horde
Andre Masson
1920
-Automatic Drawing
-Painting (figure)
-Battle of the Fishes
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