Presentation on theme: "1.Identify these two images: artist, title, date 2.A. Name and briefly discuss the movements that each of these images exemplifies, i.e., when and where."— Presentation transcript:
1.Identify these two images: artist, title, date 2.A. Name and briefly discuss the movements that each of these images exemplifies, i.e., when and where did it take place and what social/political events is each style or movement related to? B. Summarize the typical subject matter and formal characteristics of each of the styles/movements.
3.Identify this image: artist, title, date. 4.What is its historical significance ?
These two artworks both use the symbolism of dinner ware, but with different intents and meanings. 5.Identify the works: artist, title, date. 6.Briefly discuss each artist’s intent in creating these works.
7. Give the title of the image on the left. 8. How do these paintings by Magritte embody key concepts of the Surrealist movement?
17. Name the Surrealist film from which these stills come. (English translation of the title is fine.)
18.Identify: Artist, Title, Date 19.This image is related to: A. German Expressionism B. Totalitarianism C. Harlem Renaissance
20. What is the theme of this work by Betty Saar?
21. Identify both images: Artist, Title, Date 22. Compare and contrast the use of space (2-D, 3-D) in these images and how space contributes to the meaning in each image.
Left: Corbusier, Voisin Plan for Paris, 1925 Right: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Seagram Building, NYC, 1956 23. What new materials made possible the new form of architecture represented in these images? 24. What did this style become known as? 25. What were the aims or central concepts of this style?
26. Identify the architect of this building. 27. Why would Corbusier have disliked it?
A. B. C. 28. Identify the Artist’s Name: A. B. C. 29. All three images deal with issues of identity. Briefly say what the intent or main concept of each image is: A. B. C.
“Facteur” (Ferdinand) Cheval Palais Ideal, constructed in Hauterives, France, 1879-1922 30. This work is an example of: A. Existentialism B. Zeitgeist C. Naïve Art
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