Art 2047 April 18

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Art 2047 April 18, 2006 Unit #23 ART OF THE LATE 50’S AND EARLY 60’S V is for victory Civil rights movement: Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott, 1956 Gandhi Free speech movement-Berkley Demonstrations against house of Un-American Activities Committee, 1960 Red Scare Cold war began John Cage Young artists coming up had no money Ideas, musician, inventor, genius Got a very avant-guard composer to teach him Wrote about beat and meters, percussion pieces, sounds around us Sought after around world Found sounds, ex. Open window and hear trucks Inventing silence or no silence actually All sounds are equal AMERICAN ASSEMBLAGE AND “JUNK” ART Robert Rauschenberg Jasper Johns Louise Nevelson Robert Rauschenberg with his white paintings, 1951, house paint/c Have shadow you cast on it, light of day A painting is open to the world
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India ink Only one print Everyday environment Rauschenberg, Charlene, 1954, collage and oil on four panels “combine painting”
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2009 for the course ART 2470 taught by Professor Ryan during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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