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ART & ARCHITECTURE

Adiam, KT, Nia
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Nia Hayden

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Transcript of ART & ARCHITECTURE

Magic Realism Giorgio De Chirico Bauhaus School (1919 - 1933) "IMMACULATES" influenced surrealism Precisionism - (1920 - 1945) ART & ARCHITECTURE IN THE 1920s Absolute Surrealism The Bauhaus style became one of the most influential currents in Modernist architecture and modern design founded in Germany to rebuild the community following WWI “Swinging” by Wassily Kadinsky Art Deco (1920 - 1935)
Cubism - (1908 - 1920)
Dadaism - (1916 - 1924)
Expressionism - (1905 - 1945)
Kinetic Art - (1925 - 1965) Neoplasticism - (1920 - 1940) Surrealism - (1924 - 1955) Danger In The Stairs, Pierre Roy 1927-28 On White II, 1923
Wassily Kandisky NOSFERATU, (F.W. Murnau, 1922) Le Corbusier’s Still Life (1920) first indigenous modern-art movement in the United States celebrated the new skyscrapers, bridges, and factories height of its popularity during the 1920s and early 1930s, emerged after World War I American contribution to the rise of Modernism. CHARLES DEMUTH, 1921,
Aucassin and Nicolette Le Chambre de Chasse du Comte,
Pierre Roy Tamara de Lempicka, "The Musician" (1929) Chrysler Building, New York, New York Pablo Picasso, Three Musicians, 1921 Purism - (1918 - 1925)
influenced by Cubism Le Corbusier, Centre Le Corbusier negative reaction to the horrors of World War I Influenced surrealism Raoul Hausmann ABCD (Self-portrait) A photomontage, 1923-24 Man Ray, Shade (1920) Rietveld Schröder House—the only building completely built according to the principles of Neoplasticism. Christ the Redeemer, the largest Art Deco statue in the world, constructed between 1922 and 1931 Bullocks Wilshire, Los Angeles, John and Donald Parkinson, 1929 Joseph Csaky, Deux figures, 1920 ART DECO ART DECO... linear decorative designs that were reminiscent of modern technology long, thin forms, curved surfaces and geometric patterns The movement received its name in the 1960’s derived from the 1925 Paris Exposition of Decorative Arts. INFLUENCES: Far and Middle East design
Greek and Roman themes
Egyptian and Mayan art
avant-garde painting styles (Cubism, Constructivism, and Italian Futurism) TECHNIQUES: abstraction
distortion
simplification with geometric shapes and intense colors influential in the arts and architecture
decorative, industrial, and graphic arts Rockefeller Center and the Chrysler Building are examples of Art Deco. Rockefeller Center Max Ernst, The Elephant Celebes (1921) René Magritte's "This is not a pipe." 1928–29 Hannah Höch, Cut with the Dada Kitchen Knife through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany, 1919, Cover of Anna Blume, Dichtungen, 1919 Sound poetry by Dermot O'Reilly, ca. 1921 SURREALISM & DADAISM DADAISM - (1916 - 1924) Functionalism 1900-1930s - architects should design a building based on the purpose of that building.
Expressionism 1910–1924- developed in Europe during the first decades of the 20th century along with the expressionist visual and performing arts. Moderne 1925+- styles of architecture that were popular from 1925 through the 1940s. (Art Deco) ARCHITECTURE started as anti-art movement in order to challenge the way art was appreciated and defined response to World War I nihilistic attitude towards the traditional expectations of artists and writers non-attempt to underlie work with any reference to intellectual analysis. TECHNIQUES
Remain unconventional
chance technique
found objects Attempted to make a statement about the social and cultural trends of a world at war. SURREALISM: Andre Breton founded Surrealism in Paris in 1924
expression of imagination revealed in dreams. successor of the Dadaist movement popular in the 1920’s and 30’s with the help of internationally renowned painter, Salvador Dali. innocent eye of the untrained artist was able to depict more imaginative ideas Automatism was focused on expressing subconscious ideas
Verists morphed reality Works Cited
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