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Arts and Humanities
ARTS- 3&4: ART STYLE FROM THE VARIOUS ART MOVEMENT
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> first emerged in the mid-1950s in both America and Britain.
> favored irony and impersonal techniques in the creation of artworks, as well as a return to figurative painting.
> designs were frequently applied to paper dresses in keeping with the idea of disposability and consumerism.
> was an art of popular culture. The Visual art movement characterized a sense of optimism during post-war consumer boom of the 1950s and 1960s.
> personified by elves and the beatles.
> was brash, young and fun, and hostile to the artist establishment.
> was used on various materials
> movement was driven by artists who were interested in investigating various perceptual effects.
> also know as "Optical Art", is a style os visual art works are abstract, with many of the better known pieces made in black and white.
> abstract art (specifically non-objective art that relies on optical illusion to fool the viewers eye.
> a group of people who assembled suddenly in public place and performed an usual and seemingly pointless act for a short time.
> an art that aims to replicate nature.
> on the other hand, is an art that aims to replicate nature.
ABSTRACT ART Or ABSTRACT REALISM
an art that does not have a definable focus. It is an art that exists through patterns, colors, texture, and lines without the need for external motivation.
a form of art between a realistic depiction of the world and a nonrepresentational abstraction.
JACKSON POLLOCK, FRANZ KLINE, AND WILLIAM DE KOOMING
known leaders of the abstract realism movement.
> worked in several forms of media, including film.
> He also created a drip technique in which paint was dripped onto canvas.
> GUARDIAN OF THE SECRET(1943)
> in his worked, used broad, strong strokes of painting across an entire canvas.
was an abstract realist in the more literal sense. In his painting "WOMAN AND A BICYCLE," he paints an image of a woman on a bicycle.
> WOMAN ON A BICYCLE(1952)
cause illusions include vibrating colors, lively patterns, and concentric colors, the pattern disturb the eye and cause it to see movement.
JOSEF ALBERS & VICTOR VASARELY
the father of the Op art movement.
experimented with colors and discovered that combinations of specific colors did something the colors didn't do by themselves.
also found colors and illusions. by combining geometric elements with colors and values, he created retinal vibrations.
> another well-known Op art illusionist.
> She worked primarily in black and white with linear waves, surges, and vibrations.
a performance presented to an audience, traditionally interdisciplinary.
a genre in which is presented "live", usually by the artist but sometimes with collaborations or performers. it has a role in modern art throughout the 20th century.
ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM IN THE 1960s
The most significant of performance art took place following the decline Modernism.
"DEMATERIALIZATION OF THE ART OBJECTS"
Performance art during this period focused on the body and is often referred to as Body art.
> a form of Avant-grade art, a type of creative expression closely associated with performance art.
> the nature of Happenings was influenced By Italian Futurist performance, where the convention of "proscenium architecture" was assaulted, where the "actor" could consist of moving lights, machinery.
JACKSON POLLOCK'S DRIP PAINTING TECHNIQUE
free associative gestures he made while dripping splattering, and pouring paint on canvasses placed on the ground.
performance, event, or situation meant to be considered art, usually as performance art.
PASADENA MUSEUM IN 1967
The space is first found filled with whatever the designer may desire and then used to create a happening
LINE,SHAPE,COLOR, AND TEXTURE
the elements and principles of arts. visual building blocks of art and design used by the artists to express ideas and emotions in art.
learned how to work with these elements by applying balance, repetitions, harmony, and symmetry principles.
used different media for crating art. Some continue to use traditional media such as paint, clay, or bronze.
is the practice of creating new work by taking a preexisting image form another source-art history books, advertisement, the media image- and transforming or combining it with new ones.
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