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Chapter Twenty-two

Art Since 1945

Movements:Terms:The New York School: Action paintingPop Art Appropriation Minimal & Earthworks InstallationPhotorealism AssemblageConceptual Art PerformanceNeo-Expressionism HappeningNeo-Dada PluralismFeminism Postmodernism

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The New York School

Abstract Expressionism: Action Painting

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Jackson Pollock, Number 1, 1949

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The New York School

Abstract Expressionism: Action Painting

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Willem de Kooning, Woman and Bicycle, 1952-53.

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The New York School

Abstract Expressionism: Color Field Painting

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Mark Rothko, Orange and Yellow, 1956.

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Helen Frankenthaler, The Bay, 1963.

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Into the Sixties:

Into the Sixties

Assemblages and Happenings

Neo-Dada, Assemblages

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Jasper Johns, Target with Four Faces, 1955.

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Jean Tinguely, Homage to New York, 1960

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Assemblages and Happenings

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Allan Kaprow, The Courtyard, 1962.

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Art of the 60’s & 70’s

Pop Art

Derived imagery from popular, mass-produced culture

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Andy Warhol, 100 Cans, 1962

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Roy Lichtenstein, Masterpiece, 1962

abstraction economy repetition

Minimal Art & Earthworks

Abstraction, economy & repetition

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Frank Stella, Valparaiso Flesk and Green , 1963.

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Donald Judd, Untitled, 1969.

photorealism painting that resembles photographs

Real, Super Real

Photorealism: painting that resembles photographs

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Don Eddy, New Shoes for H., 1973-74

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Conceptual Art

Idea is paramount,

Form is secondary

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Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chairs, 1965.

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Feminism and Feminist Art

Honored female art and the domestic realm

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Miriam Shapiro, Heartfelt, 1979

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Art Since the Eighties

Postmodern World

Appropriation: artistic recycling of existing images

Pluralism: multiple directions

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Sherrie Levine, Fountain, 1991.

Postmodernism: Words and Images, Issues and Identities

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Postmodern

The Painterly Image

Neo-Expressionism: emotional intensity of the Expressionists

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Anselm Kiefer, Interior, 1949

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Words and Images,

Issues and Identities

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David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (Sometimes I come to hate people), 1992.

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Juane Quick-to-See Smith, House, 1995.

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Toward Theater

Performance and Installation

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Laurie Anderson performing, Stories from the Nerve Bible, 1993.

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Cai Guo-Qiang, Dream, 2002.

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The Digital Realm

To participate: www.maryflanagan.com/collection.htm.

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Mary Flanagan, [collection], 2001.

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Being Human

The Life of the Body

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Matthew Barney, Cremaster 5: Her Giant, 1997

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Being Human

The Life of the Spirit

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Lorna Simpson, Still from Easy to Remember, 2001

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Chapter Twenty-two

Art Since 1945

Movements:Terms:The New York School: Action paintingPop Art Appropriation Minimal & Earthworks InstallationPhotorealism AssemblageConceptual Art PerformanceNeo-Expressionism HappeningNeo-Dada PluralismFeminism Postmodernism