Modern and Postmodern Art (part 3)

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Modern and Postmodern Art (part 3)
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2012-12-16 20:53:22
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Pop Art, Superrealism, Site-Specific and Environmental Art
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    • Just What is it that Makes Today's Homes so Different, so Appealing?
    • Artist: Hamilton
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • collage
    • modern consumerism
    • cut outs from magazines
    • Flag
    • Artist: Johns
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • highly textured surface
    • embeds a collage of newspaper scraps
    • Target with Four Faces
    • Artist: Johns
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • encaustic collage technique with paper to create texture
    • repetition of faces
    • Canyon
    • Artist: Rauschenberg
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • unevenly painted surface
    • overlays images
    • Estate
    • Artist: Rauschenberg
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • color patches and tonal values - helps images protect forward
    • overlapping photo screen
    • Hopeless
    • Artist: Lichtenstein
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • strict technique of heavy black outlines and sections of color*
    • modulated color areas
    • mass produced image
    • Oh Jeff, I Love You Too...But...
    • Artist: Lichtenstein
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • benday dots - printing technique
    • mass produced image
    • Green Coca-Cola Bottles
    • Artist: Warhol
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • mass produced icon
    • repetition meant to represent its dominance in society
    • Marilyn Diptych
    • Artist: Warhol
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • simplified sections of colors to suggest a mask
    • black and white is silkscreen - fade from left to right
    • One-Man Show at the Green Gallery
    • Artist: Oldenburg
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • installation of his sculptures
    • enlarging a common object
    • Clothespin
    • Artist: Oldenburg
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • enlarging a common object
    • alludes to an obelisk
    • The Grand Canyon Looking North
    • Artist: Hockney
    • Era: Pop Art
    • Techniques:
    • photo collage
    • can not see the seem or edge of photo
    • Marilyn
    • Artist: Flack
    • Era: Superrealism
    • Techniques:
    • airbrush tool
    • smooth gradations of color
    • still life/vanitas
    • Big Self Portrait
    • Artist: Close
    • Era: Superrealism
    • Techniques:
    • photographic precision through painting
    • generic person
    • large scale calls for close scrutiny
    • Supermarket Shopper
    • Artist: Hanson
    • Era: Superrealism
    • Techniques:
    • life size
    • stereotypical average women in 1970
    • Spiral Jetty
    • Artist: Smithson
    • Era: Site-Specific and Environmental Art
    • Techniques:
    • black rocks, salt crystals, earth, and algae
    • most of the year its covered by the lake
    • Surrounded Islands
    • Artist: Christo
    • Era: Site-Specific and Environmental Art
    • Techniques:
    • encase objects in clumsy wrappings
    • dredging - clean up bay
    • Tilted Arc
    • Artist: Serra
    • Era: Site-Specific and Environmental Art
    • Techniques:
    • altering the space of the open plaza and the traffic flow
    • actively bring people into the sculpture's context

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