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Minimalist Art Gallery Presentation John Smith Professor Jones December 1, 2014 Minimalist Art: Introduction Self conscious movement in 1960s (Wolf,...

Unit IV Assignment Art Appreciation Gallery: Visual Elements For Unit IV of the Art Appreciation Gallery presentation, you will be adding descriptions of the visual elements of your gallery pieces to your PowerPoint presentation.Begin by reviewing your Unit III feedback and making any necessary revisions. Next, research the elements using yourtextbook, the course content, and/or the Internet, and complete the six slides titled “Visual Elements” for your six gallerypieces.This segment does not have a specific PowerPoint slide length, but must meet the below criteria: Include a detailed description of the visual elements of each artwork (e.g., the colors, spacing, lighting). Remember that you must cite your sources according to APA style. You may use one slide to describe the visual elements of multiple artworks if each artwork has the same authorand shares similarities in visual elements. Please submit your full presentation thus far, which should include the previous updated segments and the segment for this unit. I attach a example 

Minimalist Art Gallery PresentaTon John Smith Professor Jones December 1, 2014
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Minimalist Art: IntroducTon Self conscious movement in 1960s (Wolf, N.D.). ArTsts created work that was hard to deFne as either painTng or sculpture (Wolf, N.D.). Pieces were unitary, geometric forms and made from industrial materials (Wolf, N.D.). Vastly di±erent from the expressive works of their predecessors, these arTsts wanted to create objects with no connecTons outside of itself (Wolf, N.D.). Challenged the viewer to look at art without connecTng it to something else. (Wolf, N.D).
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