The [course_title] course provides an extensive analysis of the history, context and objects of art since World War II.
As there is a steady increase in art production, the course has specified the discussion and discusses the significant developments and movements in art from World War II to the present. The course covers the aesthetic and ideological context of figurative vs abstraction, Surrealism, post-minimalism, post-modernism, etc. The course illustrates the works by the famous artists from different ages such as Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Robert Motherwell vs Rothko, Newman, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Emile De Antonio, and many more
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: MIT
|l-2 Formalizing the unconscious||00:10:00|
|l-3 I am Nature||00:05:00|
|l-4 Gesture vs. Field||00:05:00|
|l-5 Abstract expressionist sculpture||00:05:00|
|l-6 Rothkko, Still, and the San Francisco school||00:05:00|
|l-7 Body vs. Gesture in Europe||00:05:00|
|l-8 John Cage, Robert Rauschenber, Jasper Johns, and the question of a homosexual aesthetic||00:05:00|
|l-9 Bay Area figurative art||00:05:00|
|l-10 The Beats; environments and happenings in the US (Fluxus begins)||00:05:00|
|l-11 Post-painterly abstraction and formalist sculpture; Greenberg’s reign||00:05:00|
|l-12 Frank Stella and Minmal art||00:05:00|
|l-13 Warhol’s Factory; pop art and another kind of industrial aesthetic (Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Rosenquist, Dine, Marisol)||00:05:00|
|l-14 The Independent Group (London); Capitalist Realism (Germany); Arte Povera (Italy)||00:05:00|
|l-15 Early conceptual art||00:10:00|
|l-16 Sculptors of land, poets of light||00:05:00|
|l-17 Performance vs. Intervention in an international context||00:10:00|
|l-18 From Smithson to Gordon Matta-Clark, Post-Minimalism and process artists||00:05:00|
|l-19 Women buck the Canon||00:10:00|
|l-20 Identity politics||00:10:00|
|l-21 PoMo 1, appropriation art||00:10:00|
|l-22 Installation art, new media art, political interventions, and globalism||00:10:00|
|l-23 In-class debate, class summary and review||00:05:00|
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