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2 LECTURE 1: COMPOSITION

3 The organization of the elements of a work (how the elements are organized).

4 Michelangelo,“Tomb of Giuliano de Medici,” ; Florence, ITALY “axis of symmetry”

5 Edouard Manet, Bar at the Folies Bergères, 1882

6 Ara Güler, Coffeehouse in Kartal, 1956

7 Kasimir Malewich, Suprematist Composition, 1917

8 Oscar Niemeyer, Ibirapuera Auditorium, Sao Paolo, 2005

9 The Chemical Brothers, Star Guitar, F0uM

10 Repetition: the use of the same elements a number of times Rhythm: the organization of repeating elements

11 “The Colosseum,” Rome, ITALY, 70-82

12 Sakir Gökçebağ, Trans Layers 1, 2010

13 Piet Mondrian, “Broadway Boogie Woogie,” 1942

14 Jackson Pollock, “Autumn Rhythm,” 1950

15 Frank Lloyd Wright, “Robie House,” Chicago, USA, 1910

16 Chuck Jordan, Cadillac Eldorado,1959

17 Alberto Giacometti, “The Forest,” 1950 Mycerinos and his wife, BC

18 Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Argyle Chair,

19 Piero della Francesca “The Baptism of Christ”, 1450s

20 Jan Vermeer “Woman Reading Letter,”

21 Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona Pavilion, 1929 (Reconstruction )

22 Ihap Hulusi, Devlet Hava Yolları, Ca. 1940

23 Vladimir Tatlin, Model for the Monument for the Third International, (‘Tatlin’s Tower’), 1919

24 Narcisco Rodriguez's Spring 2009 Collection

25 Aydan Murtezaoğlu, Untitled, 2010

26 Gustave Caillebotte, “Street in Paris; A Rainy Day,” 1877


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