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keyworks 2
2013-06-10 06:36:31
art history

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  1. Courbet, The Stone Breakers, 1850
  2. Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1900
  3. Picasso, Guitarist, 1920

    Analytic Cubism, Modernism

    After Renaissance, an analytical way to depict art, not abstract while being reduced into schema of lines a chiaroscuro.
  4. Picasso, Guitar, Sheet Music, and Glass, 1920


    (fragmentation)-individual entities perceive together to represent something of greater meaning, allowing each object with more than one utility (multiplicity)
  5. Duchamp, Nude Descending a Staircase, 1920

    Analytic Cubism, Chronophotography, Modernism

    • -(chronophotography) the study of individual action within motion created by Muybridge 
    • -Combining painting technique and photographic time
  6. Duchamp, Fountain, 1920

    Readymade, Dada

    • A work of art that that is manufactured and hand picked by an artist
    • Questions the validity of an artist, art, and roles of institution.
  7. Hausmann, Self-Portrait of the Dadasoph, 1920

    Collage , Dada 

    • -People are tied to mechanical re-productivity
    • - Mass-made materials pieced together into a montage to think critically on the materials of the 1920's
    • -Dada rejected logic and reason, prizing nonsense , irrationality and intuition
  8. Rodchenko, Shukhov Tower, 1920


    • -Transitional, social Period, in Russia( post WWI) 
    • -Serve as influence to push society into rebuilding their society
  9. Jorn, The Avant-Garde Doesn't Give Up, 1960


    • -Art style that are ahead or advanced in their techniques (i.e exploring new methods, pushing new boundaries and being radical)
    • -Questioning structural authority on society
  10. Debord, The Naked City, 1960


    Playfulness and drifting around urban environments
  11. Mies van der Rohe, Seagram Building, 1960

    "The International Style"

    Emphasis on volume, balance, and the expulsion of applied ornament to Modernism
  12. Le Corbusier, L'Esprit Nouveau Pavilion, 1920

    Curtain Wall

     A nonbearing wall, often of glass and steel, fixed to the outside of a building and serving especially as cladding

    -A triumph over difficulties , to change urban housing with modernity
  13. Mondrian, Tableau No. IV, Lozenge composition with red, gray, blue, yellow, and black, 1920

  14. Mondrian's studio, 1940

  15. Albers, Grid Mounted, 1920


    Universal, neutral
  16. Gropius, Modular Prefabricated Building System, 1920

    Modular design
  17. Dubuffet, Olympia, 1950

    Celebrating distorted female body, mushing body parts into a pattern
  18. Beaton, Fashion Shoot for Vogue, 1950

    Gesture,Mediation, Abstraction

    • -Pollock painting as background- expressing his movements through movement leaving a unique record from an artist
    • -Not high as art , since perception is changed through popular media
  19. Warhol, Marilyn Diptych, 1950

    Grid, Mediation, Media Culture, Silkscreen 

    • -Silkscreen, made by both technology and human
    • -Mediated through media culture, as T.V
    • -Challenges the grid saying it still cause distortion
  20. Warhol, Screen Test: Edie Sedgwick, 1950

    Media Culture 


  21. Ono, Cut Piece, 1950

    Fluxes, Performance Art

    • -Small pieces of art to buy
    • -Removing intimate piece of clothing in performance 
    • -Performance only remembered through documentation
  22. Paik, Performing La Monte Young’s Composition #10 at “Zen for Head,” 1950


  23. Chicago, The Dinner Party, 1970


    An honor for historical woman, while being heavily influenced into feminist features
  24. Mendieta, Untitled (Death of a Chicken), 1970

    • -Create a performance that cannot be bought or sold
    • -Make nakedness active not passive 
    • -Culture relation with blood