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new art abstract
a style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or writer seeks to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world.
technique of painting when patches of color and brush strokes remain
a more solid, formal organization, with simplified shapes
artistic representation that aims for visual accuracy, no idealism
dramatic lighting, cyan style, hard edges with bright colors. revival of classical thought and Greek and roman art.
late 18th century. emphasizing inspiration, subjectivity, and primacy of the individuals. celebration of nature , beauty, and imagination., emphasized emotion
portrays the light and mood of a particular moment, more literal, diversity of color, lacks perfect lines and details. Claude Monet, Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas.
it has more symbolism and expressionism than impressionism, vincent van Gough, paul Cezanne, George Seurat
characteristics of Thomas Cole's The Oxbow, express?
very detailed with lights strokes he is emphasizing the beauty of nature
Hundson River School
American artistic movement that produced romantic renditions of local landscapes. Thomas Cole
period of European history when a search for knowledge was emphasized; also known as the Age of Reason
Cult of ugliness
Gustav Courbet, art portrayed imperfection and realism
who inspired Auguste Rodin to create the figure in the tinker
the artistic technique of George Seurat uses in A Sunday on LA Grande Jatte, other characteristics
horizontal and vertical relationship, pattern light, shape, and color; make impressionism into something solid and endowing, used pointillism
A style of cubism that reduced objects to basic geometric shapes and reduced the color palette to be almost monochromatic.
work of art put together from fragments
intro in Paris, areas of bright, contrasting color and simplified shapes
early 20th century Italian art movement that emphasized the machine as art
A later phase of Cubism, in which paintings and drawings were constructed from objects and shapes cut from paper or other materials to represent parts of a subject, in order to engage the viewer with pictorial issues, such as figuration, realism, and abstraction. Picasso and Braque
a style of painting, music, or drama in which the artist or writer seeks to express emotional experience rather than impressions of the external world. originated in Europe in the late 19 century, bold execution and free use of distortion use symbolic or invented color
in Paris by Picasso and Braque, simulated presentation of multiple views. disintegration, and geometric reconstruction of subject in flattened ambiguous pictorial space
extreme simplification, paring down the elements to the essence of the subject
sense of speed and motion, embodied speed of modern life
character of Wassily Kandinsky work, what nourishment
nonrepresentational art, bright colors, inner necessity, providing spiritual nourishment
Picasso abstract form influenced by in Les Demoisslles d Avignon, characteristics
African sculpture such as kota reliquary figure, sharp triangular shape.
A New York painting exhibit in 1913 that featured abstract paintings, made cubism popular in U.S.
Georgia O'Keeffe Radiator building, unusual, relationship
new urban environment, painted western landscapes, Alfred Stieglitz
Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space represent the goals of futurist movement, characteristics
shows motion, time, and space with muscular form leaping outward in flame like bursts of energy
Marcel Duchamp, Nude Descending a Staircase inspiration, what is it
stroboscopic photography, in witch sequential camera images show movement by freezing successive instants
the avoidance of conscious intention in producing works of art, especially by using mechanical techniques or subconscious associations.
A textural transfer technique; the process of making rubbings with graphite or crayon on paper laid over a textured surface
Archetypal, post-World War II modernist architectural style, best known for its "curtain-wall" designs of steel-and-glass corporate high-rises.
An object from popular or material culture presented without further manipulation as an artwork by the artist.
an element in literature that conveys a realistic portrayal of a specific geographical locale, using the locale and its influences as a major part of the plot
artistic movement in which artists rejected tradition and produced works that often shocked their viewers, protest of WWI, prays and spontaneity
attempt to overcome social values
An artistic movement that displayed vivid dream worlds and fantastic unreal images, emphasized dreams, hallucinations, unconscious mind
an extension of symbolic interaction theory which proposes that reality is what humans cognitively construct it to be, Russia, industrial materials, techniques, and forms
Dutch post-WWI movement that believed that their style revealed the underlying structure of existence; art was simplistic and used primary colors and horizontal and vertical lines (invented by Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg), universal harmony
artist inspired by nightmares, characteristics
Salador Dali, eerie quality of dreams, hallucinatory scene of superficiality beyond everyday world (Persistence of memory)
American photographer who recorded the Great Depression by taking pictures of the unemployed and rural poor.
Harlem Renaissance, artists
A period in the 1920s when African-American achievements in art and music and literature flourished,
Aaron Douglas, Jacob Lawrence, and lewis mailou jones. African styles
favor of American regionalists, why
rural Midwest and deep south, their natural identity
characteristics of organic abstraction, artist
wavy or rounded forms and usually resembles nature. Henri Bergson who was a french philsopher
an abstract painting in which the artist drips or splatters paint onto a surface like a canvas in order to create his or her work
art made with everyday objects
art in which the idea presented by the artist is considered more important than the finished product, if there is one.
modern popular art and mass media, ironic comment on a traditional view
An artistic movement that focused on expressing emotion and feelings through abstract images and colors, lines and shapes. Jackson Pollock
color feild painting
European style art modernism, bright local colors present in specific shapes , artist Barrett Newman, Mark Rothko "blue, orange, red"
Sit Specific Art
produced for one location
sculptural forms made of earth, rocks, and sometimes plants
New York School
Group of abstract expressionists lived and worked in New York during the 1940's and 1950's, Jackson Pollock and William Dekooning
Abstract Expressionism/Action Painting, splash paint on canvas
Kerry James Marshall, incorporates various objects into a painting canvas surface
Roy Licentiatein is recreating what in Drowning girl
comic book images, brazen and threatening characteristics of our culture
Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party
political statement about the supportive nature of females experience, traditional association of women with craft work
controversy of Willem Kooning's Women and Bicycle
provocative use of shapes, monstrous image of a women
is an art movement which emerged in the 1970's and reflects the artist's interest in expressing feeling in a new way. conceptional and minimalism
post modern art
approach to art that incorporates traditional elements and techniques while retaining some characteristics of modern art styles or movements.
rather than the artwork being an encounter between a viewer and an object, relational art produces encounters between people
works created for public spaces
socially conscious art
linked to current questions and problems
graffiti artist, socially conscious art, dismaland park
Kerry Marshall Better homes Gardens
about Chicago housing projects, investigates African american life
Cindy Sherman United Film Stills series
black and white pics of herself showing women stereotypes, misunderstood daughter running away from home
Josh Kline tastemacker chioce
created by high resolution photos, then turn to 3d models with 3d printing, recalls magazine advertisements
Tiffany Chung UNHCR
Syrian humanitarian crisis with refuges, she was a Vietnamese refuge
Vik Muniz Atlas
created by arranging trash on his studio floor and took a pic and then used Photoshop. trash crisis
Medium of Neo Expressionists
computer graphics and modeling applications
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