Art 11 Final

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    Mexican Revolution

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    World War I

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    Dada

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    International Style Architecture

    The typical International Style high-rise usually consists of the following:
    -Square or rectangular footprint
    -Simple cubic "extruded rectangle" form
    -Windows running in broken horizontal rows forming a grid
    -All facade angles are 90 degrees.
  • Diego Rivera, Exit from the Mine, court of Labor, Ministry of the Public Education, Mexico City, Fresco, 1923

    Diego Rivera, Exit from the Mine, court of Labor, Ministry of the Public Education, Mexico City, Fresco, 1923
    Socially Concerned Art
  • Diego Rivera, The Embrace, court of Labor, Ministry of the Public Education, Mexico City, Fresco, 1923

    Diego Rivera, The Embrace, court of Labor, Ministry of the Public Education, Mexico City, Fresco, 1923
    Socially Concerned Art
  • Wlater Gropius, Bauhaus (Shop Wing), Dessau, Germany, steel, concrete, and glass, 1925

    Wlater Gropius, Bauhaus (Shop Wing), Dessau, Germany, steel, concrete, and glass, 1925
  • Stock Market Crashes, 1929

  • Le Corbusier, Villa Savoye, Poissy, France, steel, concrete, and glass, 1929

    Le Corbusier, Villa Savoye, Poissy, France, steel, concrete, and glass, 1929
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    Great Depression

  • Thomas Hart Benton, Coal from America Today, Distemper and egg tempera mural, 1930

    Thomas Hart Benton, Coal from America Today, Distemper and egg tempera mural, 1930
    Socially Concerned Art
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    New Deal

  • Walker Evans, Allie Mae Burroughs, Gelatin silver print, 1936

    Walker Evans, Allie Mae Burroughs, Gelatin silver print, 1936
    FSA
  • Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, Gelatin silver print, 1936

    Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, Gelatin silver print, 1936
    FSA
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    World War II

  • Frida Kahlo, Diego on My Mind (Self Portrait as a Tehuana), oil on canvas, 1943

    Frida Kahlo, Diego on My Mind (Self Portrait as a Tehuana), oil on canvas, 1943
  • Start of Abstract Expressionism

  • William de Kooning, Attic, oil on canvas, 1949

    William de Kooning, Attic, oil on canvas, 1949
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    Vietnam War

  • Joan Mitchell, George Went Swimming at Barnes Hole But It Got Cold, oil on canvas, 1957

    Joan Mitchell, George Went Swimming at Barnes Hole But It Got Cold, oil on canvas, 1957
  • Jasper Johns, Three Flags, encaustia on canvas (three levels), 1958

    Jasper Johns, Three Flags, encaustia on canvas (three levels), 1958
    Pop Art
  • Robert Rauschenberg, Canyon, Combine, 1959

    Robert Rauschenberg, Canyon, Combine, 1959
    Combine
  • Andy Warhol, Marilyn Diptych, oil, acrylic, and silkscreenon enamel on canvas, 1962

    Andy Warhol, Marilyn Diptych, oil, acrylic, and silkscreenon enamel on canvas, 1962
    Pop Art
  • Roy Lichtenstein, Little Big Picture, oil and synthetic polymer on canvas, 1965

    Roy Lichtenstein, Little Big Picture, oil and synthetic polymer on canvas, 1965
    Pop Art
  • Mark Rothko, Blue Over Orange, oil on canvas, 1966

    Mark Rothko, Blue Over Orange, oil on canvas, 1966
    non objective art
  • Eva Hesse, Laocoon, acrylic paint, cloth-covered cord, wire, and papier-mache over plastic plumber's pipe, 1966

    Eva Hesse, Laocoon, acrylic paint, cloth-covered cord, wire, and papier-mache over plastic plumber's pipe, 1966
    deconstruction
  • Donald Judd, Untitled, copper (ten units with nine-inch intervals), 1969

    Donald Judd, Untitled, copper (ten units with nine-inch intervals), 1969
    Minimalism
  • Robert Smithson, Spriral Jetty, black rock, salt crystal and Eath, 1969-70

    Robert Smithson, Spriral Jetty, black rock, salt crystal and Eath, 1969-70
    earthworks
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    Post Modernism

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    Pluralistic 70's

    different kinds of movements in the 1970's. Example: Woman House
  • Ana Mendieta, Flowers on Body (First Silueta), El Yagul, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1972

    Ana Mendieta, Flowers on Body (First Silueta), El Yagul, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1972
    Femmage
  • Sherri Levine, After Walker Evans, gelatin silver print, 1981

    Sherri Levine, After Walker Evans, gelatin silver print, 1981
    appropriation
  • Yasumasa Morimura, An Inner Dialogue with Frida Kahlo (Flowers Wreath and Tears), color photography, 2001

    Yasumasa Morimura, An Inner Dialogue with Frida Kahlo (Flowers Wreath and Tears), color photography, 2001