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  • 1. Food and ShelterReproduction and SexualityExploring Art: A Global Thematic ApproachMs. Beka
  • 2. FOOD AND SHELTERArt is used to serve, store and enjoy food,while structures are built not only to provideshelter,but also to enhance and enrich lives throughtheir aesthetic designs. (shelter: protection from bad weather) (enhance: improve) (aesthetic: concerned with beauty, or artistic)
  • 3.  Art that Glorifies Food  (glorifies: admires, gives praise and honor to FOOD & SHELTER someone or something)  Baroque Era  Pop Art PREVIEW Art and the Act of Eating  Last Supper
  • 4. REPRODUCTION ANDIn addition to food and shelter, humanreproduction and sexuality are basic forthe survival of the human race. SEXUALITYIn various cultures, art has aided andpictured human fertility, reproductionand sexuality, especially with charm-like figures, phallic symbols, fetishes,erotic images, and paintings andsculptures of marriage and children.
  • 5.  Art Depicting Primordial and Human SEXUALITY PREVIEW Couples REPRODUCTION &  Primordial Couples (primordial: from the beginning of time, the first)  Human Couples Art About Sexuality in Western Culture  The Feminine Body and the Gaze  Sexuality, Politics and Consumerism