ART HISTORY 9-1

ART HISTORY 9-1 - 9-1-10ART HISTORY...

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Unformatted text preview: 9-1-10ART HISTORY 101Representational:Refers to something in the real worldArt can be abstract while still being representational (but not usually)Usually representing a physical objectSUPREMATISM (Kasimir Malevich c. 1915)-Abstract, nonrepresentational-Representational art was the art of the aristocracy. Malevich thought that we needed an artistic revolution in order to have a cultural revolution.WHITE ON WHITE (Kasimir Malevich 1918)9-1-10-Misaligned, tilted white square on a white rectangle-Very minimalistic9-1-10TABLEAU 2 (Piet Mondrian 1922)-Purely abstract, driven by purity-Primary colors: red, blue, yellow, black, and white-No diagonal lines, only simplicity through horizontal and vertical lines-Not symmetric, but still balancedBROADWAY BOOGIE WOOGIE (Piet Mondrian 1942)-Had come to America, and in doing so he adapted his work-Removal of black 9-1-10AUTUMN RHYTHM...
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2010 for the course ARTH 101 taught by Professor Robertson during the Fall '08 term at New Mexico.

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