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Lecture 2: Europe to New York

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Geoff Krawczyk’s Art Survey course, Art Since 1945. …

Geoff Krawczyk’s Art Survey course, Art Since 1945.

Europe to New York: 1913-1939

The second slide lecture discusses the effects and aftermath of WWI on the art of Europe. It covers the reaction to the wars in Berlin and Paris, through the Dadaists and the Surrealists. Also covered is the political and social situation in art in 1930s America. We can see how the art center of the world begins to shift from Paris to New York as WWII looms.

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  • 1. Europe to New York 1913-1939
  • 2. Franz Marc, The Fate of the Animals , 1913
  • 3. Fernand Leger, The Cardplayers , 1917
  • 4. Otto Dix, Light Signals , 1917
  • 5. Otto Dix, Self-Portrait as Mars , 1915
  • 6. Gino Severini, Plastic Synthesis of the Idea War , 1915
  • 7. Marsden Hartley, Portrait of a German Officer , 1914
  • 8. Max Beckmann, The Night , 1918-19
  • 9. George Grosz, The Burial , 1918
  • 10. George Grosz, Fit for Service , 1918
  • 11. Otto Dix, The Skat Players , 1920
  • 12. Otto Dix, Portrait of the Dancer, Anita Berber , 1925
  • 13. Otto Dix, Portrait of the Journalist, Sylvia von Harden , 1926
  • 14. George Grosz, Metropolis , 1917
  • 15. George Grosz, Daum Marries Her Pedantic Automaton George in May 1920 , 1920
  • 16. Hugo Ball at the Cabaret Voltaire, Zurich, 1916
  • 17. Raoul Hausmann, The Spirit of our Time , 1919
  • 18. First International Dada Exhibition, Berlin, 1920
  • 19. Hannah Höch, The Beautiful Girl , 1919-20
  • 20. Max Ernst, The Murdering Airplane , 1920
  • 21. Walter Gropius, Bauhaus Building , Dessau, Germany
  • 22. Max Ernst, A Friend's Reunion , 1922
  • 23. Francis Picabia, Love Parade , 1918
  • 24. Joan Miro, The Farm , 1921-2
  • 25. Joan Miro, Harlequin's Carnival , 1924-5
  • 26. Salvador Dali, The Lugubrious Game , 1929
  • 27. Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory , 1931
  • 28. Rene Magritte, The Treason of Images , 1929
  • 29. Rene Magritte, The Therapist , 1937
  • 30. Pablo Picasso, Seated Bather , 1930
  • 31. Alberto Giacometti, Women with her Throat Cut , 1932
  • 32. Hans Bellmer, La Poupee , 1935
  • 33. Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage , 1907
  • 34. Georgia O'Keefe, Radiator Building at Night , 1927
  • 35. Man Ray, Object to be Destroyed , 1923
  • 36. Meret Oppenheim, Object, 1936
  • 37. Marcel Duchamp, Readymade (Bicycle Wheel) , 1913
  • 38. Marcel Duchamp, L.H.O.Q.Q. , 1919
  • 39. Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp as Rrose Selavy , 1921
  • 40. Marcel Duchamp, The Large Glass or the Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even , 1915-23
  • 41. Ben Shahn, The Passion of Sacco & Vanzetti , 1931-32
  • 42. Grant Wood, American Gothic , 1930
  • 43. Thomas Hart Benton, The Departure of the Joads , 1939
  • 44. Jackson Pollack, Going West , 1934
  • 45. Diego Rivera, Man at the Crossroads , 1933
  • 46. Pablo Picasso, Guernica , 1937
  • 47. John Heartfield, Hitler, the Superman, Swallows Gold and Spouts Tin , 1932

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