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kathe kollowicz war & poverty. The Human Condition- Part 2. Help Russia (1921). The People (1922). wang guangyi propaganda. Great Criticism - Disney (1999). (Maoist Propaganda from 1960 ’ s). marcus harvey mass media. Maggie (2009). Myra (1995). barbara kruger mass media.

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kathe kollowicz war poverty
kathekollowiczwar & poverty

The Human Condition- Part 2

Help Russia (1921)

The People (1922)

wang guangyi propaganda
wang guangyi propaganda

Great Criticism - Disney (1999)

(Maoist Propaganda from 1960’s)

marcus harvey mass media
marcus harveymass media

Maggie (2009)

Myra (1995)

barbara kruger mass media
barbara krugermass media

Untitled (1980)

Untitled (1981)

Untitled (1981)

cindy sherman identity
cindy shermanidentity

Untitled (1975)

cindy sherman identity1
cindy shermanidentity

Untitled (1975)

william blake fantasy literature
william blake fantasy & literature

The House of Death

(1805)

Epitome of James Hervey's ‘Meditations Among the Tombs'

(1820-5)

john coplans ageing
john coplansageing

Hands Spread on Knees (1985)

Back with Arms Above (1984)

Self-portrait, Torso (1984)

john coplans ageing1
john coplansageing

Hands Spread on Knees (1985)

Self-Portrait: Frieze, No. 4 (1994)

marc quinn decay
marc quinn decay

Bloodhead (1991)

Peter Hull (1999)

joel peter witkin death
joel-peter witkindeath

The Kiss (1982)

Story from a Book (1999)

hans bellmer fetish
hans bellmerfetish

Various (1936/38)

motherhood birth
motherhood & birth

Raphael -Madonna and child (1505)

Damien Hirst - Mother and Child Divided (1993)

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nan goldin relationships
nan goldinrelationships

Self-portrait in Kimono with Brian, 1983

Simon and Jessica in Bed, 2001

nan goldin relationships1
nan goldinrelationships

Self-portrait in Kimono with Brian, 1983

nan goldin relationships2
nan goldinrelationships

Self-portrait in Kimono with Brian, 1983

Nan One Month After Being Battered, 1984

nan goldin gender

Fluid notions of Gender in today’s society – questioning roles and what makes someone ‘man’ or ‘woman’ vs ‘male’ or ‘female’ - gender vs sex

nangoldingender

Jimmy Paulette NYC, 1991

Jimmy Paulette and Taboo! in the bathroom NYC, 1991

egon schiele sexuality
egon schiele sexuality

Two Women, 1915

Self Portrait, 1911

francis bacon pain
francis bacon pain

Self Portrait, 1971

Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X, 1953

arnolf rainer bereavement 1970
Arnolf Rainer Bereavement 1970

PICASSO

Weeping woman 1937

intro tasks
Intro Tasks

Create a “Visual Mind Map”

  • This should be a ‘spider diagram’ of your potential theme(s), with notes, possible artists and images sourced from magazines/internet – or just photos.

Artist Study

  • Try to come up with an artist you would like to produce your first study from. It does not have to be from these slides, but it should be of a well renowned Artist. It should connect in some way to your potential theme. (At least one of your artists should come from these slides)
intro tasks1
Intro Tasks
  • Bring in £10 for Life Drawing.
  • Buy your new folder or sketchbook

(We are recommending A3 folders or Portrait sketchbooks )

  • Create a “Visual Mind Map” / Title page – which explores 1-3 potential topics. (These could also include artists)
  • Decide on one artist who you would like to produce a study from, as a means of getting started on a potential topic – or – as a style to use in Life Drawings.
  • Be prepared to present both your Mind Map & your choice of artist to the class on Mon 17th June / Tue 18th June.
  • You will start your first Artist study that week (Mon 17th)