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2.28.06 - Cubism Picasso gestures of destabilization of the...

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Cubism Picasso – gestures of destabilization of the paintings, defamiliarization with the art world, art’s relationship to popular taste Jack Vetriano – makes paintings that people like and want to see Artists don’t want their work turned into advertising or propaganda, but they still want to be taken seriously and bridge the gap between the artist and the viewer Picasso – protests The artist wants to show the viewer that what they think is ‘real life’ is not, the artist wants to defamiliarize you with reality, they want to show you that what you think is real is actually constructed, like the Matrix Produce an enlightenment/awakening in the viewer, picasso’s collages. Picasso argues that meaning itself is relational, meaning of a guitar is a conglomerate. There is no essence to be revealed, but there is a process of mingling together of signifiers like shapes and colors that are meant to represent a reality. Georges Braque – characteristic morphing of perspectival space, cubism, facsimilie, detrietus of industrial society, Mural Movement 1876 Porfirio Diaz takes over as president of mexico He encouraged trade and compliance between the US and Mexico, mexico is a kind
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2008 for the course VIS 22 taught by Professor Kester during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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