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    • Art and Politics
      • Reading:
      • Spivey, “Art and Power”
      • Terms/Concepts:
      • power, politics, protest,
      • Key Monuments:
      • Pablo Picasso, Guernica , 1937.
      • Alfredo Jaar, The Silence of Nduwayezu, 1997 (Part of the Rwanda Project 1994-2000)
      • Margaret Bourke-White, Louisville Flood Victims, 1937.
      • Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party , 1974-1979.
      • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.
    • Vera Mukhina , Industrial Worker and Collective Farm Girl , made for the Paris International Exhibition of 1937.
    • Power vs. Politics
      • Power
      • “ possession of control, authority, or influence over others.”
      • A force
      • One voice determining outcomes and wielding influence.
      • Politics
      • “ Who gets what, when and how.” –Harold Lasswell
      • A negotiation
      • Persuasion
      • Multiple voices competing for influence.
      How do individual artists gain an influence over social matters?
    • Topics of Protest
      • War
      • Inequality
      • Environment
    • Topics of Protest
      • War
      • Inequality
      • Environment
    • Fransisco de Goya, The Third of May , 1814-1815.
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    • Fransisco de Goya, The Third of May , 1814-1815.
    • Pablo Picasso, Guernica , 1937.
    • Guernica
    • The aftermath of the bombing in Guernica, Spain, 1937. Reports of the escalating situation in Spain from French newspaper, L’Humanite, 1936.
    • Pablo Picasso, Guernica , 1937
    • Alfredo Jaar, The Silence of Nduwayezu , 1997 (Part of the Rwanda Project 1994-2000)
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    • Alfredo Jaar, The Silence of Nduwayezu, 1997 (Part of the Rwanda Project 1994-2000)
    • Comments by the Artist See Video Below
    • Topics of Protest
      • War
      • Inequality
      • Environment
    • Margaret Bourke-White, Louisville Flood Victims, 1937. 1937 Ohio River flood at the intersection of Barret Avenue and Broadway in Louisville, Kentucky. Private citizens brought boats and canoes to support the rescue efforts.
    • The Great Depression
    • Louisville Flood of 1937 70% of Louisville was underwater, leaving over 175,000 people homeless.
    • Margaret Bourke-White, Louisville Flood Victims, 1937. 1937 Ohio River flood at the intersection of Barret Avenue and Broadway in Louisville, Kentucky. Private citizens brought boats and canoes to support the rescue efforts.
    • Collaborators on the Dinner Party, 1974.
    • Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party , 1974-1979.
    • Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party , 1974-1979.
    • Judy Chicago, Emily Dickenson Placemat, The Dinner Party , 1974-1979.
    • The Guerilla Girls
    • Guerilla Girls, Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum? , 1989.
    • Jacques Dominique Ingres, The Odalisque, 1814.
    • Guerrilla Girls, Advantages of Being a Woman Artist , 1986.
    • Topics of Protest
      • War
      • Inequality
      • Environment
    • Evening Cloud, Ellery Lake, Sierra Nevada, California, 1934.
    • Winter Sunrise, Sierra Nevada, 1944. “ The National Parks are truly symbolic of America and our national life…The grandeurs and intimacies of Nature as presented here will, I hope, encourage the spectator to seek for himself the inexhaustible sources of beauty in the natural world.” -- Ansel Adams
    • Tetons and the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, 1942. “ I have been concerned with conservation matters for years, but I find most conservation literature insufferably dull…Something has to be done to interest the average citizen. -- Ansel Adams
    • Mount McKinley and Wonder Lake, 1947. It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government to save the environment. -- Ansel Adams
    • Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota. Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1995.
    • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.
    • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.
    • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.
    • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.
    • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.
    • Mel Chin, Revival Field, Pig’s Eye Landfill, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1990-1993.