INTRODUCTION TO MODERN ART
AND CULTURE
Lecture IV:
CUBISM and FUTURISM
• 1. Background
• 1. Primitivism
Picasso, Les Damoisellesd’Avignon, 1907
Paintings by Picasso 1907-1909
2. Formalism
Picasso landscape, 1909.
Paintings by Georges Braque, 1907-1909
3. Science, Technology and Modernization
4. Mass media
The means of communication to a large population — a mass of people.
These generally include newspapers, mag...
CUBISM
One of the most influential art movements (1907- c1920) of the twentieth
century, Cubism was begun by Pablo Picasso...
1. Analytic Cubism
Picasso, 1910
Picasso, 1911
Picasso, 1911
Georges Braque, 1910
Georges Braque.1911
Braque, 1911
Braque, 1909-10
Braque, 1911
2. Synthetic Cubism
Picasso, 1912
Picasso, collage, 1912
Braque, 1912
Braque, 1912
Picasso, collage 1912
collage– an artwork made by sticking various
different materials such as photographs, magazine and
n...
Picasso, collage, 1913
Braque, collage, 1912
Georges Braque, 1912
Georges Braque, 1912
Braque, 1913
Braque, 1914
Juan Gris, Portrait of Picasso
1912
Juan Gris, 1914
Gris, 1915
Gris, 1914
Fernand Leger, 1912
Leger, 1914
Leger, 1918
Robert Delaunay, 1912
Robert Delaunay
Sonia Delaunay, 1914
Picasso, 1925
Picasso, 1936
Braque, 1920’s
Marcel Duchamp, 1911
Marcel Duchamp, 1912
Duchamp, 1917.
FUTURISM
Futurism or futurism – A movement originating among Italian
artists in 1909, when the poet Filippo Marinetti's fi...
Gino Severini, 1914
Severini, Armoured Train, 1915
GiacomoBalla, 1915
Balla, 1912
Balla, Speeding Car, 1913
Carlo Carra, The Funeral of the Anarchist Galli, 1911
Carlo Carra, Demonstration, 1913
Marinetti, Futurst Poem
Some keywords
deform– To distort, corrupt or change form. ‘In Cubism images appear to be deformed.’
distort, distortion – ...
‘Anything new, anything worth doing, can’t be recognized.’
Picasso
‘There is only one valuable thing in art: the thing you...
What can you see?
Braque, 1911
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_bboH9p1Ys
FernandLéger, Ballet Mechanique, Cubist film.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9...
Imac lecture iv  cubism and futurism
Imac lecture iv  cubism and futurism
Imac lecture iv  cubism and futurism
Imac lecture iv  cubism and futurism
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  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO MODERN ART AND CULTURE Lecture IV: CUBISM and FUTURISM
  2. 2. • 1. Background
  3. 3. • 1. Primitivism
  4. 4. Picasso, Les Damoisellesd’Avignon, 1907
  5. 5. Paintings by Picasso 1907-1909
  6. 6. 2. Formalism
  7. 7. Picasso landscape, 1909.
  8. 8. Paintings by Georges Braque, 1907-1909
  9. 9. 3. Science, Technology and Modernization
  10. 10. 4. Mass media The means of communication to a large population — a mass of people. These generally include newspapers, magazines, radio, or television. mass culture - the popular culture that is widely disseminated via the mass media.
  11. 11. CUBISM One of the most influential art movements (1907- c1920) of the twentieth century, Cubism was begun by Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1882-1973) and Georges Braque (French, 1882-1963) in 1907. They were greatly inspired by African sculpture, by painters Paul Cézanne (French, 1839-1906) and Georges Seurat (French, 1859-1891), and by Fauvism.In Cubism the subject matter is broken up, analyzed and reassembled in an abstracted form.
  12. 12. 1. Analytic Cubism
  13. 13. Picasso, 1910
  14. 14. Picasso, 1911
  15. 15. Picasso, 1911
  16. 16. Georges Braque, 1910
  17. 17. Georges Braque.1911
  18. 18. Braque, 1911
  19. 19. Braque, 1909-10
  20. 20. Braque, 1911
  21. 21. 2. Synthetic Cubism
  22. 22. Picasso, 1912
  23. 23. Picasso, collage, 1912
  24. 24. Braque, 1912
  25. 25. Braque, 1912
  26. 26. Picasso, collage 1912 collage– an artwork made by sticking various different materials such as photographs, magazine and newspaper clippings, ribbons, paint, bits of colored paper or fabric onto a flat surface.
  27. 27. Picasso, collage, 1913
  28. 28. Braque, collage, 1912
  29. 29. Georges Braque, 1912
  30. 30. Georges Braque, 1912
  31. 31. Braque, 1913
  32. 32. Braque, 1914
  33. 33. Juan Gris, Portrait of Picasso 1912
  34. 34. Juan Gris, 1914
  35. 35. Gris, 1915
  36. 36. Gris, 1914
  37. 37. Fernand Leger, 1912
  38. 38. Leger, 1914
  39. 39. Leger, 1918
  40. 40. Robert Delaunay, 1912
  41. 41. Robert Delaunay
  42. 42. Sonia Delaunay, 1914
  43. 43. Picasso, 1925
  44. 44. Picasso, 1936
  45. 45. Braque, 1920’s
  46. 46. Marcel Duchamp, 1911
  47. 47. Marcel Duchamp, 1912
  48. 48. Duchamp, 1917.
  49. 49. FUTURISM Futurism or futurism – A movement originating among Italian artists in 1909, when the poet Filippo Marinetti's first manifesto of futurism appeared, and lasting into the 1920’s. It was a celebration of the machine age, glorifying war, and later supporting the growth of fascism. Futurist works were especially concerned with expressing movement and the dynamics of natural and man-made forms. Important artist include GiacomoBalla (Italian, 1871-1958), Carlo Carrà (Italian, 1881-1966), Umberto Boccioni (Italian, 1882-1916
  50. 50. Gino Severini, 1914
  51. 51. Severini, Armoured Train, 1915
  52. 52. GiacomoBalla, 1915
  53. 53. Balla, 1912
  54. 54. Balla, Speeding Car, 1913
  55. 55. Carlo Carra, The Funeral of the Anarchist Galli, 1911
  56. 56. Carlo Carra, Demonstration, 1913
  57. 57. Marinetti, Futurst Poem
  58. 58. Some keywords deform– To distort, corrupt or change form. ‘In Cubism images appear to be deformed.’ distort, distortion – To change the way something looks. His portrait of X was very distorted, showed great distortion; to give a false or misleading account of; misrepresent. form - In its widest sense means total structure; a unity of all the visible aspects of that structure and of the manner in which they are united to create distinctive character. The form of a work is that which enables us to perceive it. formal - Relating to the outward form or structure of a work; not to be confused with "ceremonial" or "stately," since formal elements can be quite informal in character. ambiguity- A condition when something which can have to two or more possible meanings. Many works of art are characterized by a strong sense of ambiguity. ambiguous – open to having two or more possible meanings. ‘It was difficult to clearly describe the work because of its ambiguous character.’
  59. 59. ‘Anything new, anything worth doing, can’t be recognized.’ Picasso ‘There is only one valuable thing in art: the thing you can’t recognized.’ Georges Braque ‘The goal I proposed myself in making cubism? To paint and nothing more... with a method linked only to my thought... Neither the good nor the true; neither the useful nor the useless.’ Picasso
  60. 60. What can you see? Braque, 1911
  61. 61. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_bboH9p1Ys FernandLéger, Ballet Mechanique, Cubist film. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9d2eXDMOhQ&list=PLEE10C719F6 98D607 Futurist music

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