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LECTURE 6: “TIME”
Hans Memling, “The Passion of Christ,” c. 1470
Herge, Les aventures de Tintin: objectif lune, 1953
Rembrandt, “Abraham Sacrificing Isaac,” 1637
Marcel Duchamp, “Nude Descending Staircase,” 1912
Umberto Boccioni, “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space,” 1913
Naum Gabo, “Kinetic Construction (Standing Wave),” 1920
Jean Tinguely, “Water Sculptures,” Basel, SWITZERLAND, 1977
Jochen Gerz and Esther Shalev-Gerz, “Disappearing Monument,” Hamburg, GERMANY,1986-1993
Marina Abramoviç and Ulay Siepen, AAA-AAA, 1978
Walter de Maria, “Lightning Field,” New Mexico, USA, 1970-77
Newgrange, Ireland, 3200 BC
Eadweard Muybridge, “Man Ascending Stairs,” 1887
Theodore Gericault, The derby, 1821 Eadward Muybridge, running horse, 1878
The Lumiere brothers
Sergej Eisenstein, Battleship Potemkin, 1925
Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Kış uykusu, 2014
Caravaggio, “Still Life,” 1599 Sam Taylor Wood, “Still Life,” 2001
Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran, 24, 2012
Quentin Tarantino, “Pulp Fiction,” 1994 4 2 6 178 3 5
Sid Meier, “Civilization V” computer game, 2010
Hussein Chalayan, “Back to the Future,” Spring/Summer 2007 Collection
Michael Lee Chin, Crystal, expansion of Royal Ontario Museum
Sarkis Balyan, Esma Sultan Yalısı, 1875, redeveloped 2001 by Haluk Sezgin and Philippe Robert
Abstract Art: Cubism, Futurism, De Stijl. Pablo Picasso ( )
SLIDE IDENTIFICATION 10 Slide Pool. You will have 5 of them to identify on your Final Exam.
Stravinsky, Rite of Spring (1913) (choreographer Serge Diaghilev, Ballets Russes)
CUBISM: Champs de Mars (The Red Tower) by Robert Delaunay, 1911.
III. Reaction to The Great War Seminar in Art History: Twentieth Century Art.
Chapter 25 Picasso, Cubism, Futurism, and Related Twentieth-Century Styles.
Abstract Sculpture to Futurism Chapter 21, Part 2/2 Rebekah Scoggins Art Appreciation March 28, 2013.
MTD2: Lecture I The Beginnings of Motion. Not in Jail. In the olden days shooting people was no biggie. I’m a murderer.
The invention of motion pictures introduced the element of movement to visual language. Edweard Muybridge has been credited for first developing the idea.
Dada and Surrealism. Dada Duchamp Arp Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 Artist: Marcel Duchamp Date: 1912 Medium: Oil on Canvas Location: Philadelphia.
The 20 th century Vocabulary Fauvism Expressionism Die Brücke Der Blaue Reiter Non-objective Analytic Cubism Found object Synthetic Cubism Dada Futurism.
Early Twentieth-Century Art. Pablo Picaso (1881 – 1973) Attacking Conventional Art History History Commissioned by nobles and the wealthy to show power.
In-Camera Panorama by Nathan Jones. Pablo Picasso “I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it.” “I am always doing.
Contemporary Art and Conceptual Learning. Central Idea Contemporary Art can serve as an engaging provocation for conceptual learning.
How do the elements and principles of art transfer to three-dimensional media such as sculpture and architecture?
Motion, Light and Photography: Science, Body, Art.
Art Studies Land Art. What is Land Art? Land Art, Earthworks or Earth Art is an art movement which emerged in America in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s,
BORDER CROSSINGS / CROSSING BORDERS. What are the borders? What is border crossing?
Foundations of Design Chapter 8: Time and Motion.
Labor studies. Eadweard Muybridge (1830 – 1904) Photographer.
Key Focus Concepts Seeing the Value in Art Art and Its Reception Art, Politics, and Public Space – Art in “public” vs. “private” spaces – What role does.
Physical Aesthetics an educational symbiosis through metaphor Steven Zides Wofford College
Foundations of Art and Design Chapter 8: Time and Motion.
20 th Century Art. Edvard Munch: “The Scream” Expressionism: 1893.
Jean-Paul Sartre Simone de Beauvoir 1938 Paris European Postwar Existentialism 1949 – a founding feminist text rooted in existential doubts about the true.
Eadweard Muybridge. Annie G, Cantering, Saddled. December sheet: 19 x 24 in., image: 7 1/2 x 16 1/8 in.
Kinesthetic Sculpture. Three dimensional artworks that possess parts designed to move either by internal mechanism such as motor or by outside force such.
Art History Review #2 Fox’s Fabulous 4 th Block Art 1.
ART 111 ART APPRECIATION PRINCIPLES OF ART SPRING 2012 Chapter 2 The Language of Art & Architecture.
1. 시선의 간격 distance of gaze 현대 + 건축 = 현대건축 현대 + 건축 = 현대건축 ?
Modern Art Dada. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain (signed “R. Mutt”), 1917, porcelain urinal, life-size.
Magritte, Treachery of Images, SURREALISM.
MOVEMENT Used by artists to direct viewers through their work, often to focal areas Movement can be directed along lines, edges, shapes, and colors within.
Five Things Necessary for Film Persistence of Vision Motion Picture Camera Film Motion Picture Projector Still Photography.
Modernism and its Others Some relevant late 19 th - and early 20 th -century “isms”
META-MECHANICS INSPIRED BY JEAN TINGUELY SWISS SCULPT0R WORKED IN FRANCE
Earthworks Earth Art, Land Art, Earthworks. What are Earthworks? Earthworks are mainly sculptural artwork created in nature, using such materials as.
14.2 Abstract Art Vocabulary Simultaneity: The technique of depicting objects from separate vantage points in one work of art. Biomorphic shape: Artistic.
Jean-Paul Sartre Simone de Beauvoir 1938 Paris European Postwar Existentialism 1949 – a founding feminist text rooted in Existentialism’s questions about.
Writing about Art. Connoisseur by Norman Rockwell.
Lewis Hine, 1874 –1940, USA, Steamfitter, Gelatin silver print, 24.2 cm ×17.8 cm. Q 1: How does Lewis Hine’s photograph, Steamfitter, 1920 represent.
Drawing Class. Cubism is a specific movement in art history Cubism started around 1907 and still influences artists today One of the most famous.
City of Santa Fé, in New Mexico, USA. A mystery of over 130 years and attracting around 250 thousand visitors every year. Point of attention : Loretto.
Science Fiction: From Pulps to Cyberpunk “John W. Campbell and the Golden Era of SF”
Aaron Siskind (American “Abstract Expressionist” Photographer, ) (left) New York, 24 x 20“, gelatin silver print, 1951 (right) compare Franz Kline,
Art in New York Neo Dada-Happenings. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain (signed “R. Mutt”), 1917.
By nick Unlike President Abraham Lincoln, who led the North in the Civil War, Lee was not a self-made man. Lee's family was a leading family of Virginia.
Famous Paintings. The Cestello Annunciation, Sandro Botticelli, 1489.
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