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Artists Steal

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on 23 April 2017

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Artists are often inspired by other works of art
PARODY
"an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect"
APPROPRIATION
Appropriation in art is the use of pre-existing objects or images with little or no transformation applied to them
INTERTEXTUALITY
"The relationship between texts (including art); the way that similar or related texts influence, reflect, or differ from each other
PLAGIARISM
The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own (like when I copy & pasted that sentence!)
How do you "steal?"
Find an artist whose work you find interesting. "Steal" something from that artist-- something about their style, subject matter, a specific artwork, etc.
Artists' Steal
How are PARODY, APPROPRIATION, and INTERTEXTUALITY
different from
PLAGARISM?
Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, 1517
Marcel Duchamp, "L.H.O.O.Q.", 1919
Andy Warhol, "Campbell's Soup Cans," 1962
https://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/themes/pop-art/appropriation
Kehinde Wiley, Napoleon Leading the Army over the Alps, 2005
Jaques-Louis David, "Napoleon Crossing the Alps," 1801
Associated Press, 2006
Shepard Fairey, "Hope," 2008
INFLUENCE
Influence is to have an effect on the character, development, or behavior of something.
Japonsime
The influence of Japanese styles on European art following the opening of trade between the East and West in the mid-1800s.
title/ artist unknown, Japanese Ukiyo-e print ("floating world")
Mary Cassatt, "The Child's Bath," 1893
African Art
examples of masks from the Baule tribe, Ivory Coast
Amadeo Modigliani, "Blue Eyes," 1919
Starting in the 1870s, thousands of African sculptures arrived in Europe in the aftermath of colonial conquest and exploratory expeditions. They were placed on view in museums in large cities, but were treated as artifacts of colonized cultures rather than as artworks.
http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/aima/hd_aima.htm
http://www.vangoghgallery.com/influences/japonisme.html
Vincent Van Gogh
Hiroshigi, "Plum Park in Kameido," 1857
Vincent Van Gogh, "Flowering Plum Tree (after Hiroshige)," 1887
"The Courtesan," 1887
"Portrait of Père Tanguy," 1887
Pablo Picasso
Marcel Duchamp, "Fountain" 1917
Sherri Levine, "Fountain (after Duchamp") 1991
How do you "steal?"
Start with an idea you saw somewhere else, but don't just duplicate it! Mash-up your own interests & ideas with the stolen idea.
style
Elements of Art
technique
recognizable parts
subject
"Starry Night 2 (After Van Gogh)"
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