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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 …

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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  • 1. Why is this the greatest musical artist of all time?
  • 2. Is this a good painting? Justify your answer. What did you base your decision on?
  • 3. Is this a good painting? Justify your answer. What did you base your decision on?
  • 4. Which painting is better? Justify your answer. What did you base your decision on?
  • 5. Is this art work is skillfully done?
  • 6. Is this art work is skillfully done?
  • 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. 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. 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. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 11. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 12. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 13. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 14. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 15. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 16. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 17. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 18. Adolf Wolfli (1864 – 1930)
  • 19. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 20. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 21. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 22. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 23. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 24. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 25. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 26. Martin Ramirez (1895 – 1963)
  • 27. Johann Knopf, "Der große Bumperton am Sabath"
  • 28. Johann Knopf, "Lamm Gottes"
  • 29. Johann Knopf, Ohne Titel 2
  • 30. Johann Knopf, "Bitte No 2345 die geheiminisvolle Affären der Mordanschlägen"
  • 31. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  • 32. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  • 33. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  • 34. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  • 35. Josef Heinrich Grebing,
  • 36. Miroslav Tichý, (1926 - )
  • 37. Miroslav Tichý
  • 38. Miroslav Tichý
  • 39. Miroslav Tichý
  • 40. Miroslav Tichý
  • 41. Miroslav Tichý
  • 42. Anonymous Prisoner – an example of “panos”
  • 43. Raymond Dyson, Black Heart – an example of panos
  • 44. Anonymous Panos
  • 45. Anonymous Panos
  • 46. Keith Dwy , Self portrait – toliet paper art
  • 47. Keith Dwy ,– toliet paper art
  • 48. Ernesto Gonzales, Baby Shoes – plastic weaving
  • 49. Aldo Vicuna – matchsticks and glitter
  • 50. Aldo Vicuna – matchsticks and glitter
  • 51. Michael Harms – chair carved from a bar of Ivory soap
  • 52. Michael Harms – chair carved from a bar of Ivory soap
  • 53. Michael Harms – chair carved from a bar of Ivory soap
  • 54. T. R. "Franklin County House of Correction" soap, q-tips, acrylics
  • 55. Nelson Molina "No One Cares" Ivory soap
  • 56. Arkey Chaney
  • 57. Arkey Chaney
  • 58. Arkey Chaney
  • 59. Raymond Materson, I Knew Him, Horatio, 1989
  • 60. Raymond Materson
  • 61. Raymond Materson
  • 62. Raymond Materson
  • 63. Raymond Materson
  • 64. Raymond Materson
  • 65. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  • 66. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  • 67. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  • 68. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  • 69. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  • 70. Elijah Pierce - woodcarving
  • 71. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  • 72. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  • 73. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  • 74. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  • 75. Eddie Arning , Untitled, 1973
  • 76. Jon Serl, The Golden Wheel, 1987
  • 77. Jon Serl
  • 78. Jon Serl
  • 79. Jon Serl
  • 80. Jon Serl
  • 81. Minnie Evans
  • 82. Minnie Evans, Untitled, 1967
  • 83. Minnie Evans
  • 84. Minnie Evans
  • 85. Minnie Evans
  • 86. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  • 87. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  • 88. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  • 89. Madge Gill aka Myrninerest
  • 90. Chris Hipkiss
  • 91. Chris Hipkiss
  • 92. Chris Hipkiss, Waken
  • 93. Chris Hipkiss
  • 94. Chris Hipkiss
  • 95. Chris Hipkiss
  • 96. Chris Hipkiss
  • 97. Henry Darger
  • 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. 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. Henry Darger
  • 101. Henry Darger
  • 102. Henry Darger
  • 103. Henry Darger
  • 104. Henry Darger
  • 105. A. G. Rizzoli
  • 106. A. G. Rizzoli
  • 107. A. G. Rizzoli
  • 108. A. G. Rizzoli
  • 109. A. G. Rizzoli
  • 110. A.G. Rizzoli, Mrs. Geo. Powleson Symbolically Portrayed, 1935,
  • 111. Achilles Rizzoli, The Shaft of Ascension, 1939,
  • 112. Pablo Amaringo
  • 113. Pablo Amaringo, Mauca Amasanga, 2001
  • 114. Pablo Amaringo
  • 115. Pablo Amaringo
  • 116. Pablo Amaringo
  • 117. Pablo Amaringo
  • 118. Pablo Amaringo
  • 119. Pablo Amaringo
  • 120. Pablo Amaringo
  • 121. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, creator of Buddha Park, began 1978
  • 122. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  • 123. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  • 124. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  • 125. Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, Buddha Park, began 1978
  • 126. Nek Chand
  • 127. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  • 128. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  • 129. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  • 130. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  • 131. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  • 132. Nek Chand, The Rock Garden of Chandigarh,,begun 1966
  • 133. Howard Finster,
  • 134. Howard Finster
  • 135. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  • 136. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  • 137. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  • 138. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  • 139. Howard Finster, Paradise Garden, began 1960s
  • 140. Simon Rodia
  • 141. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  • 142. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  • 143. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  • 144. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  • 145. Simon Rodia, Watts Towers, 1921 - 1950
  • 146. Raymond Isidore, Maison Picassiette, 1938-1960s
  • 147. Raymond Isidore, Maison Picassiette, 1938-1960s
  • 148. Raymond Isidore, Maison Picassiette, 1938-1960s
  • 149. Some Modern Artists influenced by outsider artists
  • 150. Jean Dubuffet
  • 151. Pablo Picasso
  • 152. Paul Klee
  • 153. Andre Masson
  • 154. Asger Jorn
  • 155. Max Ernst
  • 156. Oskar Kokoschka
  • 157. Georg Baselitz
  • 158. Arnulf Rainer