Outsider Art

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A look at artists outside the mainstream of the art establishment. Visit the ISB Art History channel (http://vimeo.com/channels/isbarthistorychannel) and my website (http://mountains.brianreverman.com/) for additional resources.

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Outsider Art

  1. 1. Why is this the greatest musical artist of all time?
  2. 2. Is this a good painting? Justify your answer. What did you base your decision on?
  3. 3. Is this a good painting? Justify your answer. What did you base your decision on?
  4. 4. Which painting is better? Justify your answer. What did you base your decision on?
  5. 5. Is this art work is skillfully done?
  6. 6. Is this art work is skillfully done?
  7. 7. Which art work is more skillfully done? Does skill matter in art? Which one is more visually interesting? Which one expresses more about the subject?
  8. 8. What is “Outsider Art”? • Art produced outside of the mainstream society or art world institutions. • Art of the insane or incarcerated • Self Taught artists • Visionaries
  9. 9. Art Brut • "Those works created from solitude and from pure and authentic creative impulses - where the worries of competition, acclaim and social promotion do not interfere - are, because of these very facts, more precious than the productions of professionals. • - Jean Dubuffet. Place à l'incivisme (Make way for Incivism). Art and Text no.27 (Dec. 1987 - Feb 1988). p.36
  10. 10. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  11. 11. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  12. 12. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  13. 13. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  14. 14. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  15. 15. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  16. 16. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  17. 17. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  18. 18. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  19. 19. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  20. 20. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  21. 21. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  22. 22. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  23. 23. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  24. 24. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  25. 25. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  26. 26. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  27. 27. Johann Knopf, "Der große Bumperton am Sabath"
  28. 28. Johann Knopf, "Lamm Gottes"
  29. 29. Johann Knopf, Ohne Titel 2
  30. 30. Johann Knopf, "Bitte No 2345 die geheiminisvolle Affären der Mordanschlägen"
  31. 31. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  32. 32. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  33. 33. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  34. 34. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  35. 35. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  36. 36. Miroslav Tichý, (1926 - )
  37. 37. Miroslav Tichý
  38. 38. Miroslav Tichý
  39. 39. Miroslav Tichý
  40. 40. Miroslav Tichý
  41. 41. Miroslav Tichý
  42. 42. Anonymous Prisoner – an example of “panos”
  43. 43. Raymond Dyson, Black Heart – an example of panos
  44. 44. Anonymous Panos
  45. 45. Anonymous Panos
  46. 46. Keith Dwy , Self portrait – toliet paper art
  47. 47. Keith Dwy ,– toliet paper art
  48. 48. Ernesto Gonzales, Baby Shoes – plastic weaving
  49. 49. Aldo Vicuna – matchsticks and glitter
  50. 50. Aldo Vicuna – matchsticks and glitter
  51. 51. Michael Harms – chair carved from a bar of Ivory soap
  52. 52. Michael Harms – chair carved from a bar of Ivory soap
  53. 53. Michael Harms – chair carved from a bar of Ivory soap
  54. 54. T. R. "Franklin County House of Correction" soap, q-tips, acrylics
  55. 55. Nelson Molina "No One Cares" Ivory soap
  56. 56. Arkey Chaney
  57. 57. Arkey Chaney
  58. 58. Arkey Chaney
  59. 59. Raymond Materson, I Knew Him, Horatio, 1989
  60. 60. Raymond Materson
  61. 61. Raymond Materson
  62. 62. Raymond Materson
  63. 63. Raymond Materson
  64. 64. Raymond Materson
  65. 65. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  66. 66. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  67. 67. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  68. 68. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  69. 69. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  70. 70. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  71. 71. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  72. 72. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  73. 73. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  74. 74. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  75. 75. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  76. 76. Jon Serl, The Golden Wheel, 1987
  77. 77. Jon Serl
  78. 78. Jon Serl
  79. 79. Jon Serl
  80. 80. Jon Serl
  81. 81. Minnie Evans
  82. 82. Minnie Evans, Untitled, 1967
  83. 83. Minnie Evans
  84. 84. Minnie Evans
  85. 85. Minnie Evans
  86. 86. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  87. 87. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  88. 88. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  89. 89. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  90. 90. Chris Hipkiss
  91. 91. Chris Hipkiss
  92. 92. Chris Hipkiss, Waken
  93. 93. Chris Hipkiss
  94. 94. Chris Hipkiss
  95. 95. Chris Hipkiss
  96. 96. Chris Hipkiss
  97. 97. Henry Darger
  98. 98. Henry Darger, from The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the GlandecoAngelinnian War Storm, Caused by the Child Slave Rebellion, discovered in 1973
  99. 99. Henry Darger, from The Story of the Vivian Girls, in What is known as the Realms of the Unreal, of the GlandecoAngelinnian War Storm, Caused by the Child Slave Rebellion, discovered in 1973
  100. 100. Henry Darger
  101. 101. Henry Darger
  102. 102. Henry Darger
  103. 103. Henry Darger
  104. 104. Henry Darger
  105. 105. A. G. Rizzoli
  106. 106. A. G. Rizzoli
  107. 107. A. G. Rizzoli
  108. 108. A. G. Rizzoli
  109. 109. A. G. Rizzoli
  110. 110. A.G. Rizzoli, Mrs. Geo. Powleson Symbolically Portrayed, 1935,
  111. 111. Achilles Rizzoli, The Shaft of Ascension, 1939,
  112. 112. Pablo Amaringo
  113. 113. Pablo Amaringo, Mauca Amasanga, 2001
  114. 114. Pablo Amaringo
  115. 115. Pablo Amaringo
  116. 116. Pablo Amaringo
  117. 117. Pablo Amaringo
  118. 118. Pablo Amaringo
  119. 119. Pablo Amaringo
  120. 120. Pablo Amaringo
  121. 121. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, creator of Buddha Park, began 1978
  122. 122. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  123. 123. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  124. 124. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  125. 125. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  126. 126. Nek Chand
  127. 127. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  128. 128. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  129. 129. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  130. 130. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  131. 131. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  132. 132. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  133. 133. Howard Finster,
  134. 134. Howard Finster
  135. 135. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  136. 136. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  137. 137. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  138. 138. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  139. 139. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  140. 140. Simon Rodia
  141. 141. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  142. 142. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  143. 143. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  144. 144. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  145. 145. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  146. 146. Raymond Isidore, Maison Picassiette, 1938-1960s
  147. 147. Raymond Isidore, Maison Picassiette, 1938-1960s
  148. 148. Raymond Isidore, Maison Picassiette, 1938-1960s
  149. 149. Some Modern Artists influenced by outsider artists
  150. 150. Jean Dubuffet
  151. 151. Pablo Picasso
  152. 152. Paul Klee
  153. 153. Andre Masson
  154. 154. Asger Jorn
  155. 155. Max Ernst
  156. 156. Oskar Kokoschka
  157. 157. Georg Baselitz
  158. 158. Arnulf Rainer

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