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  • Max Dupain, Opera House and Harbour Bridge, circa 1973.
Sydney was modern.

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  • 1. Modernist Photography Harold Cazneaux Sydney Bridge c1934 In Australia From approximately 1920 to 1970
  • 2. Modernism sought to build a better future in the aftermath of World War I. As an international movement, modernism encapsulated the possibilities of the 20th century. It celebrated the romance of cities, the healthy body and the ideals of abstraction and functionalism in design. Modernist Photography is not simply a style but more of an attitude, a determination to break with the past and free the artist from the rules of convention and etiquette.
  • 3. To better understand the Modernist approach to photography… Let’s first look at examples of modernist abstract art from around the world. Artists such as: • Piet Mondrian • Wassily Kandinsky • Kasmir Malevich • Vladimir Tatlin • Robert Delaunay Robert Delaunay Le manege de cochons 1922 Óleo sobre lienzo 250 x 250 cm Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, París
  • 4. Wassily Kandinsky http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/kandinsky/kandinsky.comp-4.jpg Composition IV 
1911 (170 Kb); Oil on canvas, 159.5 x 250.5 cm (62 7/8 x 98 5/8 in); Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfallen, Dusseldorf
  • 5. Kasimir Malevich An Englishman in Moscow 
1914 Oil on canvas, 88 x 57 cm Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
  • 6. Vladimir Tatlin Tatlin’s Tower or The Monument to the Third International was a grand monumental building envisioned by the Russian artist. 1919-1920
  • 7. Piet Mondrian Life with Gingerpot 2, 1912, oil on canvas.
  • 8. Modernism in Australia Roland Wakelin, New Zealand/Australia 1887-1971 The Bridge under construction 1928 -29 Oil on composition board
  • 9. Grace Cossington Smith The Bridge in-curve, 1930 Tempera on Cardboard The curve of the bridge, 1928-29 Oil on Cardboard
  • 10. Photography • After World War 1, the photographic scene in Australia was shaped by modernist influences from abroad (Europe and later America). • The world was changing. • The goal was to express a modern life, a modern city. http://aso.gov.au/titles/documentaries/nation-built/clip1/ Max Dupain, Building the Opera House, Sydney 1962
  • 11. Max Dupain Morning Rush Hour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1938
  • 12. Max Dupain, Rush Hour Kings Cross, 1938
  • 13. Max Dupain Stairwell, ANZ Regional Proof Centre, Lidcombe August 1975. Max Dupain Stairwell, 1978.
  • 14. Max Dupain, Australia Square: a keyhole to the future, 1968