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Course Descrip3on Survey of “postwar” art -‐-‐ 1945 to the present
Warning! This course may contain oﬀensive language, violent subject maWer, and/or sexually explicit material! Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Ac#on, 1965
Art Brut Conceptualism L’Art Informel Body Art Abstract Expressionism Video Art Course Descrip3on Post Painterly Photo Realism Major movements and styles Abstrac3on New Image Pain3ng Junk Art and Assemblage Feminist Art Happenings Black Arts Movement Fluxus Neo-‐Expressionism Japanese Gutai Commodity Art Brazilian Neo-‐Concrete Appropria3on Art Neo Dada Iden3ty Art Nouveau Realism Abject Art Bri3sh Independent Installa3on Art Group Mul3media Art Pop Art The Culture Wars Minimalism Postmodernism Post Minimalism Process Art Earthworks Arte Povera
Course Goals Iden_fy major ar_sts and movements from 1945 to the 1990s
Course Goals Describe the characteris_c methods, styles, media, and techniques of postwar art movement
Course Goals Explain the theore_cal concepts/ideas that informed ar_s_c movements from 1945 to the present
Wait . . .Why did they do that? Is this even art????
Ac3on Pain3ng Appropria3on Art The Sublime Postmodern Pas3che Kitsch The Male Gaze Theore3cal Concepts Formalism Iden3ty poli3cs These are just some of the theore_cal Non-‐Formalism Abjec3on concepts that you will become familiar Modernism with Medium speciﬁcity Self-‐referen3ality Ar3s3c autonomy Role of the Spectator Death of the Author Le Culture Masse Society of the Spectacle Commodity fe3shism Death of the Author Theatricality Postmodernism
Course Goals Relate postwar developments in art to the the social and poli_cal circumstances that shaped them
Course Goals Conduct research on a contemporary ar_st, and situate their work in the context of post-‐1945 prac_ces
Course Goals Explain the concept of Post Modernism, and diﬀeren_ate it from the premises of Modernism