Sunday, December 12, 2010

Stencils



Painting


Painting 1950-1980’s

Abstract Expressionism- ACTION PAINTING
            Jackson Pollock  “Jack the Dripper”

DOGMATIC

BRICE MARTIN 
The painted word- tom wolfe
Pop Art
Hard Edge Op
Pop
Andy Warhol

Feminism


Before
K├Ąthe Kollwitz
Georgia OKeefe

Bauhaus
Annie Albers
Mar

Frida Kahlo
Louise Bourgeois
Eva Hesse
Lee Bonteceu
Helen Frankenthaler
Louise Nevelson
Agnes Martin

Marxist critic John Berger had concluded 'Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at'.

1970s
first generation feminist art
Judy Chicago
Nancy Spero (war)
Miriam Schapiro
Faith Ringgold

Adrian Piper (race)
Linda Benglis

Elizabeth Murray

Performance
Carolee Schneemann, Hannah Wilke

Mary Kelly

Critics
Lucy Lippard
art historian Linda Nochlin, 'Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?'

LATE  1970
Cindy Sherman
Yoko Ono
Yayoi Kusama

1980s
arxist-inspired feminist theory that marked the 1980s

Cindy Sherman
Jenny Holzer
Sherrie Levine
Kiki Smith
Barbara Krueger
Lorna Simpson

Mya Lin

The Guerilla Girls
Judy Pfaff
Polly Apfelbaum

1990s
Janine Antonio
Jenny Saville
Kara Walker
Nancy Davidson
Jessica Stockholder
Rachel Whiteread
Tracey Emin

Lecture

Dada SURREALISM
Post WW1 FEATURES
Some early surreal artists Less political
max ernst New pyschological
rene margritte theories of sigmund freud
salvador dali 1899-The interpretation of dreams
glorgio de chirico Access to the subconscious mind
man ray
jean arp
Color
Hue- location in the color wheel
Value- Lightness or darkness
Saturation- distance from neutral gray purity of color experience
INTENSITY,CHROMA,RICHNESS
ROY G BIV (RED,ORANGE,BLUE,INDIGO,VIOLET)
CONTRASTS

feminism


Feminism – first wave

1.   Essentials -- identity
a.    The personal
b.   The body
c.    Sexuality
d.   Vaginal iconography
e.    Discover iconography/images that represented essential nature of woman (from woman’s view point not mans)
f.     Affirm/celebrate female attributes
g.    Distinguish art of women from men -- Separate art?

2.   material/technique
3.   activism (tended towards performance)
a.    urgent need to find voice
b.   voice concerns as women (from the uniquely woman’s view)
c.    reveal the history and nature of the repression of women
d.   reveal discrepancies between stereotypical images of women they encountered in art and media vs what women actually felt and experienced
e.    undertook to counter male  representation of women through invented
f.     engage public more immediately
g.    create “sisterhood”
4.   distinguish art of women from men

  1. How is a woman's gaze different from a man's? How does that difference influence the ways in which the two genders view the world? And how they view art?
  2. What constitutes obscenity and pornography? Where do they come from? What are their results? Are they always transgessive? What place do they have in art?

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