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AS Art Exam: Relationships 2015

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AS Art Exam: Relationships 2015

  1. 1. There are many different meanings for the word Relationship and how it can be interpreted in Art.
  2. 2. EXAM = 40%
  3. 3. Everybody knows... the fourEverybody knows... the four AOsAOs For the exam you have to show evidence of: ALL 4 of the AOs (Assessment Objectives) AO1: Looking at other artists AO2: Experimenting with media AO3: Recording your ideas AO4: Making a final piece
  4. 4. It is important that you begin working on the EXAM Paper straight away. START TODAY! Exam dates…. 14th , 15th and 18th May
  5. 5. Where to begin?Where to begin?
  6. 6. Remember …. The theme is merely a starting point to inspire you. Feel free to take the project in any direction that you wish, provided that you can clearly justify and explain how the theme has inspired your thoughts and ideas.
  7. 7. affairaffair bondbond similaritysimilarity growing growing kinshipkinship exchangeexchange correlationcorrelation accord accord linklink ratio ratio tie-intie-in tietie similaritysimilarity networknetwork likenesslikeness parallelparallel contact contact dependencydependencyanalogyanalogy increaseincrease patternpattern associationassociation conjunctionconjunction relativityrelativity
  8. 8. A few starting points… PEOPLE NATURAL WORLD MAN MADE
  9. 9. Contextual references The artists on the next few slides are suggestions to help you think about possible ideas. You may already have ideas of your own. Keep an open mind at this point... There is also a Beaumont Pinterest Album of Artists and ideas to support you with your project
  10. 10. PEOPLEPEOPLE
  11. 11. Ron Mueck Mueck's sculptures faithfully reproduce the minute detail of the human body, but play with scale to produce disconcertingly jarring visual images.
  12. 12. Roberta Coni
  13. 13. Yebin Mun
  14. 14. Thomas Saliot
  15. 15. Edward Hopper
  16. 16. Edwouard Manet
  17. 17. Leonid Afremov
  18. 18. Stanley Spencer
  19. 19. Karoline Hjorth From the Series: ‘In Your Face’
  20. 20. Mark Powell
  21. 21. Zabriskie Point
  22. 22. Jenny Saville
  23. 23. David Hockney
  24. 24. Agnes Cecile
  25. 25. Pablo Picasso
  26. 26. Kathe Kollwitz
  27. 27. Edward Munch
  28. 28. Renate Bertimann
  29. 29. Christina Troufa
  30. 30. Bobby Neel Adams
  31. 31. Molly Brill
  32. 32. Georgina Luck
  33. 33. Rosa Guy ‘The Friends’
  34. 34. NATURAL WORLD
  35. 35. Emily Blincoe Photographer Emily Blincoe's love of simplicity is evident in her series "Arrangements," an ode to colour, shape and impeccable prop styling.
  36. 36. Robin Luciano Beaty
  37. 37. Cells
  38. 38. Zander Olsen • ‘This is an on-going series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales, involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint’.
  39. 39. Andy Goldsworthy
  40. 40. Giacamo Balla
  41. 41. Sue St John Painting ‘Lines of Nature’
  42. 42. MAN MADEMAN MADE
  43. 43. Louise Richardson
  44. 44. From 1969, Kiefer worked on book design. Some examples are worked-over photographs and his more recent books consist of sheets of lead layered with the artist's characteristic materials of paint, minerals, or dried plant matter. For example he assembled numerous lead books on steel shelves in libraries, as symbols of the stored, discarded knowledge of history Anselm Kiefer
  45. 45. Chiharu Shiota Shiota explores the relationships between past and present, living and dying, and memories of people implanted into objects. To these she adds intricate, web- like threads of black and red.
  46. 46. Things Come Apart Todd Mclellan
  47. 47. Miniaturisation in the style of a Russian Doll. Everything is made out of cardboard Kyle Bean
  48. 48. Stephen Wiltshire
  49. 49. SCULPTURE
  50. 50. Henry Moore
  51. 51. Anthony Gormley
  52. 52. Bob Cylatt
  53. 53. MIXED MEDIA AND TEXTILES
  54. 54. Katie Essam
  55. 55. Lisa Kokin
  56. 56. Greg Sand
  57. 57. Tracey Emin
  58. 58. Leslie Avon Miller
  59. 59. Create a Pinterest board and start pinning images relating to your exam title Create a broad A2 spider diagram Create an A2 mood board on the theme you want to focus on This week….

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