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Intro to contemporary Art 0090 / Spring 2010 Terry Smith January 26 – Postmodern Painting
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MODERN TO CONTEMPORARY ART: Society/Art Modernity Modern Art 1750s/1860s to 1950s Realisms Modernisms Avant-garde art 1960s, 1970s Late modern (Pop, Minimalism, Conceptualism, etc.) transformations leading to Postmodernity Postmodernism 1980s, 1990s Retro-Sensationalism Remodernism that we now see to be the first phase of Contemporaneity Contemporary Art
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6. WORLD ART: CONTEMPORARY CURRENTS Contemporary Art Postmodernism (styles/practices) Retro-Sensationalism Remodernism Transnational transitions 1. Decolonization, Nationalism (ideologies/issues) 2. Globalization, Internationalism 3. Cosmopolitanism, Translation In contemporaneity World Picturing/Placemaking/ (concerns/strategies) Connectivity location & dislocation Times synchronic atemporalities Media mediation & difference Moods affect vis-à-vis effec t
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Bernhard Heisig,  The Unteachable Soldiers’ Christmas Dream 1974/5, oil on canvas
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Georg Baselitz,  Elke , 1976 (3.7)
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Anselm Keifer,
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