Chapter 21 The Twentieth Century

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Chapter 21 The Twentieth Century: Post-War to Postmodern First : read and focus Read Chapter 21, The Twentieth Century: Post-War to Postmodern Focus on the principal movements in art and their unique characteristics. As always focus on how the works and movements presented in this chapter relate to the works and movements from the preceding chapters. Second : review and extra help Visit these sites for Chapter 21. They were recommended by your book Understanding Art. http://www.ps1.org/cut/main. and http://art.wadsworth.com/fichner8/ Third : vocabulary and terminology Vocabulary and terminology from Chapter 21 to know for the final test. Abstract Expressionism, Action painting, Color-field painting, Hard-edge painting, Shaped canvas, Minimal Art, Minimalism, Figurative, Pop Art, Combine painting, Superrealism, Op art, Optical painting, New image painting, Pattern painting, Neo-Expressionism, Kinetic sculpture, Installation, and Conceptual Art. Fourth : works of art Works of art for Chapter 21 to know for the final test. Pg 497 fig 21-4; Pg 499 fig 21-7; Pg 505 fig 21-14; Pg 506 fig 21-15; Pg 507 fig 21-16 Associate the works of art to the vocabulary and terminology. Fifth : CONCEPTS AND QUESTIONS Concepts and questions for Chapter 21. This assignment is for a grade and must be completed on or before its due date.
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