Year 13 Exam ProjectInside, Outside, In Between
Context or Environment                                    Louise BourgeoisHow would your perceptions change from looking a...
Damien Hirst                    Anthony GormleyThe Virgin Mother
Site specific art                   Why was ‘House’ so controversial?                   Why did it provoke such hostilitie...
•Photography of simple images                        •On billboards to reach a wider audience                        •To s...
BordersHoward HodgkinNote how the painting continues onto the frames.
PerspectivePatrick Hughes
Effects of LightEdward Hopper
Christian Boltanski
Francesca Woodman
Ruined buildings                    Anselm KieferJohn Piper
The artist as Outsider      The notion of the artist as an outsider      has fuelled many ideas and narratives      in art...
The Artist as outsider          What factors made R.B Kitaj an          outsider in Britain?          Why was his last maj...
PortalsDoorways, windows, and mirrors have all been used by artists asdevices to allow the viewer glimpses into secret pla...
Self-PortraitsLook at self-portraits byStanley Spencer andLucian Freud.Using a mirrorCreate self-portraitsshowing differen...
Alternative lessonExplore and experimentwith self-portraits throughphotography and anempty picture frame.Produce different...
Homework                       2 pages of artist                       research and analysis on                       self...
Drawing Natural objectsMake detailed studiesof fruit, focusing oncontrast betweeninner and outersurfaces.                 ...
Drawing Natural objectsDraw and paint prawnsfrom direct observation.Focus on showingtransparency: internalorgans can be se...
Alternative LessonCreate clay slabsand makeimpressions usingnatural objects.Make similarimpressions madeof synthetic objec...
Land artView and discussthe work of AndyGoldsworthy.Create workoutside in responseto this.Document throughphotography.    ...
EmergingRodin         George Segal
CastingUse a ball of clay torecord an impressionof the inside ofclosed hands.Now cast handsclosed in mod rock to        Ga...
•Displacements                       Homework                   •Incidental moments                                       ...
Alternative LessonLook at ‘Altneuland’ thephotographs of Amit Sha’al.Use found images of theschool in black and white.Hold...
OutdoorsJohn Virtue
Peter Doig
David Hepher
George Shaw
Homework2 pages of artist research on George Shaw.Focus on the meaning and intentions behind his work.Create your own resp...
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  1. 1. Year 13 Exam ProjectInside, Outside, In Between
  2. 2. Context or Environment Louise BourgeoisHow would your perceptions change from looking at the giant spiderinside and then outside of Tate Modern?
  3. 3. Damien Hirst Anthony GormleyThe Virgin Mother
  4. 4. Site specific art Why was ‘House’ so controversial? Why did it provoke such hostilities?Rachel Whiteread
  5. 5. •Photography of simple images •On billboards to reach a wider audience •To share and communicate ideas •Poetic images •Presence and absenceFelix Gonzalez-Torres
  6. 6. BordersHoward HodgkinNote how the painting continues onto the frames.
  7. 7. PerspectivePatrick Hughes
  8. 8. Effects of LightEdward Hopper
  9. 9. Christian Boltanski
  10. 10. Francesca Woodman
  11. 11. Ruined buildings Anselm KieferJohn Piper
  12. 12. The artist as Outsider The notion of the artist as an outsider has fuelled many ideas and narratives in art history. What made Van Gogh an outsider? Why was his genius not recognised in his life time? “….artists careers are largely created and built on social and business connections not talent” Discuss the above viewpoint.
  13. 13. The Artist as outsider What factors made R.B Kitaj an outsider in Britain? Why was his last major retrospective savaged by the critics? What were the effects of this? Read the following article ‘RB Kitaj: an obsession with revenge’ and discuss. http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2013/fe
  14. 14. PortalsDoorways, windows, and mirrors have all been used by artists asdevices to allow the viewer glimpses into secret places. Van Eyck Velasquez
  15. 15. Self-PortraitsLook at self-portraits byStanley Spencer andLucian Freud.Using a mirrorCreate self-portraitsshowing differentviewpoints.Consider overallcomposition and mood. Lucian Freud
  16. 16. Alternative lessonExplore and experimentwith self-portraits throughphotography and anempty picture frame.Produce different studiesfrom these in thesketchbook.Linear and tonal drawing.
  17. 17. Homework 2 pages of artist research and analysis on self-portraits by Stanley Spencer or Lucian Freud. Complete a detailed self- portrait in your sketchbook as a response to one of these artists.Stanley Spencer
  18. 18. Drawing Natural objectsMake detailed studiesof fruit, focusing oncontrast betweeninner and outersurfaces. Avigdor Arikha
  19. 19. Drawing Natural objectsDraw and paint prawnsfrom direct observation.Focus on showingtransparency: internalorgans can be seenthrough their outerskins.
  20. 20. Alternative LessonCreate clay slabsand makeimpressions usingnatural objects.Make similarimpressions madeof synthetic objects.Cast in plaster, orfire and glaze.Link to the Boyle Family
  21. 21. Land artView and discussthe work of AndyGoldsworthy.Create workoutside in responseto this.Document throughphotography. Annotate pages to put the work in context.
  22. 22. EmergingRodin George Segal
  23. 23. CastingUse a ball of clay torecord an impressionof the inside ofclosed hands.Now cast handsclosed in mod rock to Gabriel Orozcocreate the outside.Photograph bothoutcomes. George Segal
  24. 24. •Displacements Homework •Incidental moments •Element of chance •The Found object Gabriel Orozco2 pages of artist research on Gabriel Orozco.Focus on the meaning and intentions behind his work.Create your own response to his interventions and displacementsusing photography.
  25. 25. Alternative LessonLook at ‘Altneuland’ thephotographs of Amit Sha’al.Use found images of theschool in black and white.Hold them out andphotograph them inperspective to create asimilar illusion.
  26. 26. OutdoorsJohn Virtue
  27. 27. Peter Doig
  28. 28. David Hepher
  29. 29. George Shaw
  30. 30. Homework2 pages of artist research on George Shaw.Focus on the meaning and intentions behind his work.Create your own response to his paintings inside and outside of your book.Work from photographs you have taken of a location.

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