Unit 1.1 Art basics
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  • 1. ArtBasic concepts
  • 2. Jan VermeerThe girl with the pearl earring 1665 Oil on canvas
  • 3. Barbara KrugerUntitled1987Photographic silkscreen/vinyl
  • 4. Brancusi Antonio CanovaThe Kiss (1908) The Kiss (1786)
  • 5. Kazemir Malevich Suprematist compositionOil on Canvas (1915)
  • 6. What is art?
  • 7. Marcel Duchamp Bycicle wheelReady-made (1913)
  • 8. Raphael Alba MadonnaOil on canvas (1509)
  • 9. Art Art is a vital and persistent impulse of human experience.  Transcendence  Creation  Performance  Exhibition. It depends on the Culture
  • 10. Culture Way of life of a group Symbolic communication.  Skills  Knowledge  Attitudes  Values  Motives.  Beliefs
  • 11. How can weevaluate theartistic value of apiece? Purpose vs. result
  • 12. Reasons for art Technical mastering
  • 13. Reasons for art Education
  • 14. Reasons for art Spirituality
  • 15. Reasons for art History
  • 16. Reasons for art Politics
  • 17. Reasons for art Aesthetical
  • 18. What is aesthetics? Aesthetics is a branch of philosophy related with the essence and perception of beauty and ugliness. Art pieces: aesthetics is the value in a piece of art based on its capacity to evoke a response.
  • 19. Jean MichelBasquiat,Selfportratit1982
  • 20. Claude MonetAutumn Effect at Argenteuil1867
  • 21. Jackson Pollock, Number 5 1948
  • 22. $ 72,840,000 USDMark Rothko,WHITECENTER(YELLOW, PINKANDLAVENDER ONROSE)1950
  • 23. $ 72,840,000 USDMark Rothko,Black painting1969
  • 24. 1. $ 11 millions Euros2. $ 744,750 Euros3. $ 140 millions Euros4. $ 54 millions Euros5. $ 15 million Dollars
  • 25. Values of art Material value. Intrinsic value. Religious / educational value.
  • 26. Types of artMeans of expression
  • 27. Media and processes Art media consists of the materials Art process is the action involved in making art
  • 28. Painting Oil painting
  • 29. Painting Fresco
  • 30. Painting Tempera / Temple
  • 31. Painting Watercolor
  • 32. Painting Pastel
  • 33. SculptureAccording to its materials: In Metal: bronze, gold, etc.
  • 34. SculptureClay sculpture
  • 35. SculptureMarble
  • 36. SculptureAccording to its technique: In Round.
  • 37. Sculpture In relief
  • 38. Architecture
  • 39. Stained-glass
  • 40. Collage
  • 41. Installation /Ready mades
  • 42. Performancehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrgdiB5_HTo
  • 43. Photography
  • 44. Films