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modernism is a cultural product of modern culture, urban and industrial orientation
up to date, contemporary, transitory
early 19th century era in which urbanism and industrialism took control of culture
relating to the townsman of the social middle class, marked by a tendency toward mediocracy
the class of wage owners who make money by manual labor
light and shade, disregarding color, interplay of contrasts
images of objects that project through a lens onto a surface and are then traced
single, unique, positive, metal plate, crisp, precise, silvery photography
multiple images on paper form a negative, hazy impression
painter dedicated to restoring early Renaissance ideas
seeing what is seen naturally through the eye, not distorted
manipulating something so that a part that you want to be taken out is, angles
characteristic of post-impressionists, dabbing points to create something that looks blurry...
characterized by brights and unnatural colors and simple forms, influence expressionists but...
against natural colors, non-natural beings and colors (Gaugin)
any creative group activ in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques
when artists attempt to create depth from something that is flat surfaced
objects are broken up and reassembled in abstract form instead of depicting it from one point...
symbolize source of beauty (Picasso)
taking something and distorting it to be seen from multiple view points
taking objects and putting them together to form a collaboration of multiple objects
the futurist Manifesto
book, motion ?
taking pictures of something and capture the moment for a certain amount of time
not putting frame on something to cover the body (Eiffel Tower)
architecture that denotes the academic neoclassical architectural style
House of Parliament, movement emphasizes obscene, mysterious, confusion, symbolic (spiritual)
work used by FLW to refer to his vision for the landscape of the US.....don't manipulate land,...
reaction against principles and practices of established modernism, simplification (POPART)
the international fair of new art, is the largest contemporary art fair in NY, and one of the...
something that is already made but made to look as art, anything can be art
collection of images combining two or more objects
use of juxtapositions in order to represent unconscious thoughts and dreams
ex: Miro, an unconscious or involuntary muscular movement caused by spirits, involuntary movements
irregular abstract image based on shapes found in nature
a variety of DADA invented in 1920, like collage, it consisted of an arrangement of various...
a group of realist artists who challenged prevailing conventions in order to depict city life
an approach through which American artists, focused on industrial and urban subjects in a clearly...
painting by Picasson, depicting the bombing of Guernica
New Objectivity (German Name)
art movement that arose in Germany in the early 1920s as an outgrowth of, and in opposition...
English translation of the German entartete Kunst, a term adopted by the Nazi regime to describe...
art movement focused on fundamental geometric forms
industrial materials were used to construct nonrepresentational objects
"The Style" sought to express a new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony and order, reduction...
movement, artistic focus was from artists who shunned city life, and rapidly developing technology,...
eixstence preceds essence
new york school
imformal group of american painters and poets, abstract expressionist painting
gestural abstraction, spontaneous dribble (Pollock)
simplicity, colors are primary
critic of Modern art
greenberg perceived there was a new movement of painting that derived from abstract expressionism...
extreme simplification of color and form
popular culture, advertisments
transmission of ideas is more important than the creation of an art object
actions of individual at a place in a time constituting the work
form of art created in nature that uses natural materials such as stones, leaves, or soil
taking picture of earthworks
new media art
art created with new technology
type of art which relies on moving pictures and comprises video and/or audio