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Unit I: Art and Culture in the modern Contemporary eras

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Transcript of Unit I: Art and Culture in the modern Contemporary eras

Lesson 1: Modern and Contemporary Art Styles
Modern Art
More difficult to understand that traditional art because of its sheer variety of its style.
Different Art Movements of the Modern Era
1. Fauvism
used bright colors, strong lines and patterns which seemed to burst from their canvas
Contemporary Art
1. Abstract Expressionism
Unit I: Art and Culture in the modern Contemporary eras
2. Surrealism
an art movement inspired by scientific research.
Cubism
the most influential art style; the artist tries to show all sides of the object .
Dadaism
attacked estlished values in art. It declared the absurdity of all conventions and destroyed the notion of art itself.
Some "isms" emerged, flourished for a few years, then dropeed out of fashion, to be replaced by another mode.
Paul Cezanne, A french painter who made the first great breakthrough in modern art.
Henri Matisse's "The Dance"
Here, we see human figures without muscles and bones, reduced into colorful human shaoes that cntrats with the background.
Fauvism
The most famous surrealist Salvador Sali and his most well-known painting The Persistence of Memory
Was introduced in the 1950s.
Also known as 'action painting'
Free and spontaneous.
The process matters more than the output.
Jackson Pollock's work
Constructed using metals a other found objects that create sound by their changing, rattling, screeching.
4. Kinetic Art
Brought to the museum the commodities found in the supermarket such as soup cans, comics, and popular icons.
2. POP ART
3. OP ART
Simulate the eye and the mind of the viewer because of the movement projected in the artwork.
5. Minimal Art
Reduces objects to basic shapes.
Lesson 2: Art and Socioeconomic Trends
"Modernization and Globalization have brought changes to the art world."
Mural Making
An art form that proliferated in America.
In the 1950s, Filipino names have emerged in the American art scene such as Alfredo Alcala, John Fortes, Alfonso Ossorio and Carlos Villa.
The American Market patronized good Filipino works such as: Jose Morales' sculpture,
Omnipotence.
Lesson 3: The Dawning of Modern Art in the Philippines
Carlos 'Botong' Francisco's Pageant of Commerce shows the Filipino family surrounded by commerce and trade activities throughout Philippine history.
Vicente Manansala's
Fish Vendors
It shows the different shades of colors yellow to red in contrast to the dark background.
A metal relief sculpture that shows the top view of a train station.
Francis Cabrera's
Blaisdell Station
Nena Saguil's
Blue Gray Abstractions
An abstract painting where geometric patterns in dark colors are arranged in the middle part of the painting.
END OF UNIT I
(c) Baldomero, TAN
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