What if you printed out 6 titles, and showed these 6 works of art, and gave them to the first 6 students who came into the classroom (hey, here’s a hidden curriculum of there being incentive for being on time for class, eh?) and have them choose which image the title belongs to in front of the class…..if they get it right, then they get extra credit? >>> Or I could print out 12 titles (I make up 6 fake ones) and the twelve students decide if it’s a real title or not and if it is which one it corresponds to…?
1-d 2-f 3-e 4-c 5-a 6-b
Movements and suprematism
-ISMs/Movements A group of people Notable -ISMs collectively belonging to Cubism something larger. FeminismThey change and evolve over Catholicism time Surrealism People can work Totalitarianism collaboratively within Marxism the groups Communism
CubISM Started in Paris; 1907***How can you describe an –ism?
The ability to see.The ability to hear.The ability to taste.The ability to smell.The ability to feel.
MATCHING FUNTIMES!*** Match the titles on the left with their corresponding 1915 compositions! Good luck, comrades! *** 1. Painterly Masses in Motion 2. Painterly Realism of a Boy a) b) with a Knapsack: Color Masses in the 4th Dimension 3. Self Portrait in Two Dimensions 4. Suprematist Composition c) d) 5. Suprematism: Airplane Flying 6. Painterly Realism of a Football Player: Color Masses in the 4th Dimension e) f)
Kasimir Malevich “I have overcome the lining of the colored sky... …swim in the white free abyss, infinity is Suprematist Composition: before you.” White on White (1918)
SUPREMATISM the supremacy of pure artistic feeling Started in St. Petersburg, Russia; 1915 “Only when the habit of ones consciousness to see in paintings bits of nature, madonnas and shameless nudes hasdisappeared, shall we see a pure painting composition.” -Kazimir Malevich
Kazimir MalevichSuprematist Composition: White on White(1918)
Aleksandr RodchenkoAleksandr RodchenkoNon-Objective Painting No. 80: Black on Black (1918)