Modern Art - Currituck County Schools

Modern Art - Currituck County Schools

Modern Art What is Modern Art vs. Contemporary art? Contemporary Art: Artworks created within approximately within the last 20 years Modern Art: Artworks created between the late 1860s and 1975 (approx) So what happened in between? Postmodernism.a presentation for another time Background Monets Impression: Sunrise kick started the

Modern Art movement Art movement coincided with Industrial age Invention of Photography impacted Modern art by taking away the artist role in documentation: freed artists to pursue creative aspects of medium/technique Reflected the rapid changes in societyrapid changes in art movements Dominant theory held that artworks needed to stay true to the inherent qualities of medium/technique

Dominant movements Impressionism: Rubino

Post-Impressionism: Rubino May 1-2 Cubism: Michael & Joel Thursday May 8 Fauvism: Marie & KatelynFriday May 9 Expressionism: Madison & Stone Monday May 12 Bauhaus: Victoria Tuesday May 13 Art Nouveau: Jazmine Wednesday May 14 Art Deco: Emily Thursday May 15 Ashcan School: Bre & Olivia Friday May 16 Harlem Renaissance: Sam Monday May 19 Dada: Kayleigh & Ricco Tuesday May 20 Surrealism: Chase & Gavin Wednesday May 21 Abstract: Marina & Beau Thursday May 22 Abstract Expressionism: Abigail & Ricky Friday May 23 Minimalism: Kenzie & Christian Tuesday May 27 Pop Art/Op art: Bethany & Madelyn Wednesday May 28

What you need to do Create a PowerPoint presentation regarding art movement Must include the following information: *Background of movement -time period -societal influences -comparison to art movements happening at same time or previously -Impact upon art world *Characteristics of movement *3 Notable artists -bio info -Style characteristics -impact upon movement

-3 most influential artworks spanning career with corresponding critique detailing style characteristics/movement characteristics *Resources: all resources must be cited Resources http://www.arthistory.net/artstyles/ modernart/modernart1.html http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/ postmodernism.htm

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