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    1. MODERN AND POST-MODERN ART

    2. What is Modern Art? • most broad and complex period of art history • it was within 110 years that movements from Realism, Impressionism, to Abstract Expressionism, and many others were introduced around the world

    3. History • 19th century: the western world • MODERNISM: revolution in thought, technology, and society • Artist reflected changes by: • Exploring different materials and techniques • Creating new styles (MODERN ART)

    4. History • Modern Art • intended to reflect and interact with the artist’s own time and place • Subjects were relevant to current culture • Styles not restricted by rigid Academic style

    5. Modern Art • Impressionism (1860s – 1880s) • Post Impressionism (1880s onward) • Fauvism (1898 – 1908) • Expressionism (1900 onwards) • Cubism (1908 – 1920) • Futurism (1909 – 1914) • Constructivism (1917 – 1921)

    6. Modern Art • Dada (1915 – 1924) • Art Deco (1920s and 30s) • Surrealism (1924 onwards) • Organic Abstraction (1940s and 50s) • Abstract Expressionism (1940s and 50s) • Pop art (1950s - 60s) • Minimalism (1962 onwards)

    7. Styles and Techniques • Focused on making production techniques • Individual creativity and interpretation • Went against realism • Avoid black lines • Elaborate mix of various shades of colors • Basic, non-sensical strokes

    8. Modern vs. Post-modern (in terms of style and technique) • Modern • Used real life as subject matter • Trust inner visions • Experiment and innovate • More about technique instead of idea • Post-modern • More about technique then ideas

    9. Styles and Techniques • Surrealism • Uses visual imagery from the subconscious mind to create art without the intention of logical comprehensibility • Expressionism • Art that is mostly associated with emotion or feeling than with literal interpretation of a subject

    10. Styles and Techniques • Minimalism • a trend in sculpture and painting that arose in the 1950s and used simple, typically massive, forms

    11. Famous Artists

    12. Famous Artists • Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) • Spanish painter, sculptor, ceramicist, print maker, stage designer • Co-founded Cubist movement

    13. Famous Artists • Salvador Dali (1904 – 1989) • Spanish painter • surrealist • Works were described as “dream-like”

    14. Famous Artists • Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954) • Mexican painter • surrealist • Best known for self-portaits and intense colors

    15. Famous Artists • Jackson Pollock (1912 – 1956) • American painter • Abstract expressionist • Used unconventional techniques (drip painting, hardened brushes, sticks, painted on the floor)

    16. Famous Artists • Andy Warhol (1928 – 1987) • American painter • Pop artist • Used commercial silk-screening techniques and bold, bright colors

    17. Famous Works

    18. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917

    19. Andy Warhol, Campbell’s Soup Cans, 1962

    20. Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory, 1931

    21. Marc Chagall, I and the Village, 1911

    22. Donald Judd, Untitled, 1977, Münster, Germany

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