Modern and Postmodern Art (part 2)

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Modern and Postmodern Art (part 2)
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2012-12-16 14:42:08
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Post-Painterly Abstraction, Mimal Art, Alternatives to Modernist Formalism and Performance Art
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    • Red, Blue, and Green
    • Artist: Kelly
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • hard edged color field painting
    • three hues shaped by space that act with and against each other
    • Mas o Menos
    • Artist: Stella
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • no central focus
    • diluted paint on un-primed canvas
    • Bay Side
    • Artist: Frankenthaler
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • allows color to just soak in
    • colors fade into background
    • Mountains and Sea
    • Artist: Frankenthaler
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • water color - thinned oil paints
    • coreographic flow of liquid shapes over canvas
    • Darted Again
    • Artist: Gilliam
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • collage amporphomus pieces
    • soap stained canvas
    • Saraband
    • Artist: Louis
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • let paint flow down length of canvas
    • paint reduced to concrete image of material fabric
    • Orion
    • Artist: Vasarely
    • Era: Post-Painterly Abstraction
    • Techniques:
    • creates shifts for the eye to constantly move from warm to cool hues
    • some circles look smaller or larger because of color of square - optical illusion
    • Die
    • Artist: Tony Smith
    • Era: Minimal Art
    • Techniques:
    • lacks identifiable textures, subects, colors, or narrative elements
    • reduces sculpture to basic geometric shape
    • Untitled, 1968
    • Artist: Judd
    • Era: Minimal Art
    • Techniques:
    • not one stands out from the rest
    • repetition
    • cubes dissolve as they reflect the environment around them
    • Untitled, 1969
    • Artist: Judd
    • Era: Minimal Art
    • Techniques:
    • attached on invisible brackets
    • staccato techniques
    • Vietnem Memorial
    • Artist: Maya Ying Lin
    • Era: Minimal Art
    • Techniques:
    • black granite - symbolic of endurance
    • polished granite creates reflection - viewer is amongst the lost
    • Tropical Garden II
    • Artist: Nevelson
    • Era: Alternatives to Modernist Formalism
    • Techniques:
    • wooden found objects and forms painted over
    • rough geometrical structure
    • different texture across piece
    • Camul I
    • Artist: Bourgeois
    • Era: Alternatives to Modernist Formalism
    • Techniques:
    • marble creates either a high glass or a matte finish which increases sexuality
    • swattled forms
    • human and landscape
    • Hang-Up
    • Artist: Hesse
    • Era: Alternatives to Modernist Formalism
    • Techniques:
    • strange feeler that extends into the viewers space
    • suggests fragility and the grandeur of life admist the pressures of the modern age
    • Event Scores
    • Artist: Brecht
    • Era: Performance Art
    • Techniques:
    • no rehearsal or audience
    • closest art can be to real life
    • each card is an event that already happened
    • Making a Work with His Own Body
    • Artist: Shiraga
    • Era: Performance Art
    • Techniques:
    • uses body to paint with mud on ground
    • throwing or wallowing actions to create patterns
    • Meat Joy
    • Artist: Schneemann
    • Era: Performance Art
    • Techniques:
    • "carcass as paint" -Schneemann
    • raw fish, chicken, plastic, paint, and paper scraps
    • Iphigenia
    • Artist: Beuys
    • Era: Performance Art
    • Techniques:
    • one man show with small audience- acting as a shaman
    • spotlighted tethered white horse stands on a metal plate - makes noise every time it moves
    • How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare
    • Artist: Beuys
    • Era: Performance Art
    • Techniques:
    • appearing in a room hung with his drawings
    • covered head with honey and gold leaf
    • Homage to New York
    • Artist: Tinguely
    • Era: Performance Art
    • Techniques:
    • performs and then self destructs
    • set to go off at night - white against black sky
    • One and Three Chairs
    • Artist: Kosuth
    • Era: Conceptual Art
    • Techniques:
    • wooden folding chair, photograph of chair, and definition of a chair
    • formal components aren't important
    • The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths
    • Artist: Nauman
    • Era: Conceptual
    • Techniques:
    • neon with glass tubing suspension frame
    • medium identified with a non-artistic function

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