Presentation on theme: "Art and WAR a Cultural Frame Case Study. Black-figured amphora (wine-jar) signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter -Greek, about 540-530."— Presentation transcript:
Black-figured amphora (wine-jar) signed by Exekias as potter and attributed to him as painter -Greek, about 540-530 BC
The Bayeux Tapestry Norman/English The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidery that is roughly 20 inches tall and 230 feet long. It tells the story of the events leading up to and including the Battle of Hastings on October 14, 1066During the Battle of Hastings, Harold is struck in the eye by an arrow and dies.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Detail of Negro soldiers from the Shaw Memorial, 1884-97
Kicking Bear (Mato Wanartaka) c. 1898 Battle of the Little Bighorn
Portraits – Sitting Bull and Gen. George Armstrong Custer
Movie Still “They Died With Their Boots On” 1942 Errol Flynn as Gen. G.A. Custer
Lady Elizabeth Butler, The Remnants of an Army 1879 The British army invaded Afghanistan in the 19 th Century, captured Kabul and stayed a while. Finding their position untenable they attempted to retreat to India. Their red uniforms made them excellent targets for the Afghan snipers. Only one survivor made it.
Lady Elizabeth Butler, Scotland Forever! 1881 The charge of the Royal North Dragoons, The Scots Greys at the Battle of Waterloo
Alphonse de Neuville (France, b.1835,d.1885) The Defence of Rorke's Drift1880
Juan Genoves Cuatro fases en torno a una prohibicion 1966 (refers back to the Spanish Civil War)
"The thing about 9/11 is that it's kind of an artwork in its own right. It was wicked, but it was devised in this way for this kind of impact. It was devised visually." Damien Hirst postmodern – new technologies, “escalation of shock”
New York 9/11 “Tribute in Light” memorial 3/11/02 to 4/13/02 postmodern – appropriation, recontextualisation (see next frame for possible source)
Albert Speer The Cathedral of Light German Nazi Party Rally at Nuremburg 1934 possible source