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  • HISTORICALLY, ART HAS BEEN CATEGORIZED BY THAT WHICH IS “GREAT” AND THAT WHICH IS NOT “GREAT”. ART WORK CONSIDERED TO BE AMONG THE “GREAT” PIECES IN HISTORY BOOKS ARE ALL PIECES MADE BY MALE ARTISTS. THIS PRESENTATION WILL FOCUS ON HOW SOCIAL ROLES AND IDEALS EFFECT SOCIAL EQUALITY; (EVEN IN THE ART WORLD). THROUGH OUT THE SHOW PLEASE LOOK FOR DIFFERENT WAYS THAT THE ARTISTS MAY HAVE BEEN INFLUENCED BY THEIR EXPECTED ROLES IN SOCIETY. AFTER YOU WATCH THE SHOW, GO AHEAD AND CLICK THROUGH EACH SLIDE SO THAT YOU CAN REALLY GRASP THE TIME AND MOVEMENT THAT EACH PIECE WAS MADE IN. SIT BACK AND ENJOY THE SHOW.
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    • 1. AN ART HISTORY RESOURCE CLICK HERE FOR TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • 2. FOR MY WONDERFULLY TALENTED SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADERS!!
    • 3. WHAT KEPT WOMEN FROM BEING AMONG THE “GREAT” ARTISTS?
    • 4. THE MOST WIDELY USED DEFINITION OF “GREAT” ART IS…
    • 5. …“’ OF OUTSTANDING IMPORTANCE OR SIGNIFICANCE.”
    • 6. THAT SURE MAKES A STATEMENT…
    • 7. … DOESN’T IT?
    • 8. REMBRANT RENOIR PICASSO MONET MANET VAN GOGH RAPHEAL MICHAEL ANGELO LEONARDO DA VINCI CEZANNE SOME OF THE “GREAT” ARTISTS
    • 9. WHAT KIND OF STATEMENT DO THESE PIECES MAKE?
    • 10. MARY CASSAT A CUP OF TEA (1879)
    • 11. BERTHE MARISOT LE BERCEAU (THE CRADLE) 1873
    • 12. GEORGIA O’KEEFFE BLACK IRIS (1906)
    • 13. GEORGIA O’KEEFFE THE RADIATOR BUILDING (1911)
    • 14. GEORGIA O’KEEFFE RED POPPY (1988)
    • 15. REMIDIOS VARO WOMAN LEAVING THE PSYCHOANALYST (1960)
    • 16. SONIA DELAUNAY COMPOSITION AUX DISQUES (1946)
    • 17. DOROTHEA TANNING MATERNITY (1946)
    • 18. DOROTHEA TANNING TO MAX ERNEST (1970)
    • 19. FRIDA KAHLO THE TWO FRIDAS (1939)
    • 20. FRIDA KAHLO SELF PORTRAIT WITH MONKEY (1938)
    • 21. FRIDA KAHLO SELF PORTRAIT (1932)
    • 22. DOROTHEA LANGE MIGRANT MOTHER (1936)
    • 23. DOROTHEA LANGE WOMAN OF THE HIGH PLAINS (1938)
    • 24. DOROTHEA LANGE UNEMPLOYED MEN, TEXAS (1935)
    • 25. JENNY HOLZER PROTECT ME FROM WHAT I WANT (1986)
    • 26. FAITH RINGGOLD WHO’S BAD (1988)
    • 27. MIRIAM SHAPIRO ANATOMY OF A KIMONO (1976)
    • 28. JUDY CHICAGO THE DINNER PARTY (1974-1979)
    • 29. JUDY BACA JUDY BACA PAINTING (1976-1983)
    • 30. JUDY BACA … do you believe that art is in the eye of the beholder? THE GREAT WALL OF LOS ANGELES (1976-1983)
    • 31. JUDY BACA THE GREAT WALL OF LOS ANGELES (1976-1983)
    • 32. JUDY BACA THE GREAT WALL OF LOS ANGELES (1976-1983)
    • 33. MAYA LIN THE VIETNAM’S VETERANS MEMORIAL (1982)
    • 34. NIKKI DE SAINT PHALL BIG DADDY PAPER DOLL
    • 35. BARBARA KRUGER ALL VIOLENCE IS THE ILLUSTRATION OF A PATHETIC STEREOTYPE (1991)
    • 36. JOAN MITCHELL GRANDMOTHERS AND INFLUENCES (1987)
    • 37. ESSAY QUESTIONS
    • 38. HOW DO ARTISTS EXPRESS THEIR PERSONAL AND SOCIAL IDEALS IN THEIR ART?
    • 39. HOW HAVE WOMEN’S ROLES INFLUENCE THEIR ART WORK THROUGH OUT THE LAST TWO CENTURIES?
    • 40. HOW DID WOMEN’S ROLES INFLUENCE THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THEIR ART BEFORE (OR AFTER) THE 20TH CENTURY?
    • 41. FEMALE ARTISTS Sonia Delaunay: (1885-1979) Georgia O’Keeffe: (1887-1986) Niki de Saint Phalle: (1930-2002) Frida Kahlo: (1907-1954) Remedios Varo: (1908-1963) Dorothea Tanning: (1910-) Dorothea Lange: (1910- ) Miriam Shapiro: (1923- ) Judy Chicago: (1939- ) Judy Baca: (1946- ) Jenny Holzer: (1950- ) Maya Lin: (1959- )
    • 42. HOW DO SOCIAL IDEALS BECOME…… TINK ABOUT IT
    • 43. … ART MOVEMENTS?
    • 44. 18TH CENTURY ART MOVEMENTS ACADEMIC ART JAPANESE UKIYO-E NEOCLASSICISM ROCOCO
    • 45. 19TH CENTURY ART MOVEMENTS ART NOUVEA FAUVISM IMPRESSIONISM POST - IMPRESSIONISM REALISM ROMANTICISM SYMBOLISM THE ARTS & CRAFTS MOVEMENT VICTORIAN CLASSICISM
    • 46. 2OTH CENTURY ART MOVEMENTS ART DECO CONCEPTUALISM CUBISM DADA FUTURISM MINIMALISM MODERNISM OP ART PHOTOREALISM POP ART SOCIAL REALISM SURREALISM
    • 47. TABLE OF CONTENTS Slide 3: Definition of “Great Art” Slide 5: A List of Some of the “Great” Artists Slide 6: Mary Cassat’s “A Cup of Tea” Slide 7: Berthe Marisot’s “The Cradle” Slide 8: Georgia O’Keeffe’s “The Black Iris” Slide 9: Georgia O’Keeffe’s “The Radiator Building” Slide 10: Georgia O’Keeffe’s “Red Poppy” Slide 11: Remidios Varo’s “Woman Leaving the Pyschoanalyst” Slide 12: Sonia Delaunay’s “Composition Aux Disques” Slide 13: Dorothea Tanning’s “Maternity” Slide 14: Dorothea Tanning’s “To Max Ernest” Slide 15: Frida Kahlo’s “The Two Frida’s” Slide 16: Frida Kahlo’s “Self Portrait With Monkey” Slide 17: Frida Kahlo’s “Self Portrait” Slide 18: Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother” Slide 19: Dorothea Lange’s “Woman of the High Plains” Slide 20: Dorothea Lange’s “Unemployed Men” Slide 21: Jenny Holzer’s “Protect Me From What I Want” Slide 22: Faith Ringgold’s “I’m Bad” Slide 23: Miriam Shapiro’s “Anatomy of a Kimono” Slide 24: Judy Chicago’s “Dinner Party” Slide 25: Judy Baca Painting “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” Slide 26: Judy Baca’s “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” Slide 27: Judy Baca’s “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” Slide 28: Judy Baca’s “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” Slide 29: Maya Lin’s “The Vietnam Veterans Memorial” Slide 30: Niki De Phalle’s “Big Daddy Paper Doll” Slide 31: Barbara Kruger’s “All Violence is the Illustration of a Pathetic Stereotype” Slide 32: Joan Mitchell’s “Grandmothers and Influences” Slide 33: Essay Question “How did women’s roles influence the significance/importance of their art before the 20 th century?” Slide 33: Essay Question “How have women’s roles influenced the significance/importance of their art in the twentieth century?” Slide 34: Women in Art [Birthdates – Deathdates] Slide 38&39: Essay Question “How do social ideals become art movements?” Slide 40: Essay Question “How do you see that women’s roles have changed throughout the last three centuries?” Slide 41: Essay Question “How has women’s art changed throughout the last three centuries?