Mod + Contemp Art Quiz 2

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Mod + Contemp Art Quiz 2
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  1. Les Demoiselles D'Avignon, Pablo Picasso, 1906
  2. Still Life With Chair Caning, Pablo Picasso 1912
  3. Ma Jolie, Pablo Picasso 1911-12
  4. Violin, Pablo Picasso 1912
  5. Bottle of Vieux Marc, Glass, and Newspaper, Pablo Picasso 1913
  6. Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash, Giacomo Balla 1912
  7. Interventionist Demonstration, Carlo Carrá 1914
  8. Hannah Höch, Cut with the Kitchen Knife..., c.1919
  9. Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Cover of Zang Tumb Tumb, 1914
  10. Hugo Ball in his “Magical Bishop” costume, Zurich, 1916
    • Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917
    • Challenges:
    • - Authorship
    • - Originality
    • - Shock
    • - Art as insitution
    • - Bourgeois standards of art
    • Marcel Duchamp,
    • 3 Standard Stoppages, 1913-15
  11. John Heartfield, The Meaning of the Hitler Salute: Little Man Asks for Big Gifts. Motto: Millions Stand Behind Me!, 1932
    • Georg Grosz, The
    • Pillars of Society, 1926
  12. Aleksandr Rodchenko, Worker’s Club, 1925
    • Amedee Ozenfant, Still
    • Life with Red Wine, 1921


    • Desired a
    • turning away from Cubism’s chaos towards architecture, order, and
    • self-discipline; objects as powerful forms; embrace of technology and the
    • machine
    • PURISM
    • Andre Masson, Automatic Writing, 1924
    • Andre
    • Breton and others, Exquisite
    • Corpse,
    • 1928
    • Meret Oppenheim, Object:
    • Luncheon in Fur, 1936
    • Surrealists were fascinate by the way objects could
    • become containers of inner desires and fantasies


    • Object is so bizarre you couldn’t imagine using it;
    • functional object rendered completely dysfunctional both by artistic
    • application and by artistic context

    • Rene Magritte, The Treachery of Images, 1928
    • Object lessons are vessels of truth. We depend on these to be truthful. This is not a pipe? The whole foundation of the
    • relationship between words and objects is destroyed. Thie image forces us to
    • reconcile this relationship, and throws the truthfulness of the relationship
    • into instability. This reflects
    • the time period where people were exploring the unconscious and reality and our
    • perception of reality. It is
    • interesting to think that without language, this work would be meaningless

    • Alberto
    • Giacometti, Suspended Ball, 1930-31
    • Mixing of categories. The formless- the process of undoing form and category.
    • Two shapes propped on bed-like surface in cage. Ball and phallic crescent moon with
    • ball suspended above it in infinite caress to the point that a crevasse is
    • wedged into the ball. Ball is female and masculine in that it mimics female
    • genitalia but it is mounted onto of the ball. Phallic crescent is passive recipient of ball’s crevass, and also somewhat
    • mimics female vulvar shape. Shows a disobeying of boundaries,
    • undoes the stability of the masculine and feminine roles.
    • Man Ray, Minotaur, 1934

    • Shows a doubling of a man and beast which is created by
    • an androgynous figure (actual model is woman). Also has headless form, and headless (acephale) is a
    • category/example of the formless






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