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Modernism, Part III

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December 09, 2011
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Modernism, Part III

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  1. Modernism,  Part  III   Reading   Ar+orms,  373-­‐411    

    Range   1917-­‐1962   Dadaism,  Surrealism,  Regionalism,   Abstract  Expressionism,   Pop  Art     Key  Terms/Concepts   Free-­‐Associa;on,  Freudian  Psychology,   Readymade,  Assisted  Readymade,       Monument  List     22.1  Marcel  Duchamp,  L.H.O.O.Q.,  1919.     22.4  Hannah  Hoch,  The  MulG-­‐Millionaire,   1923.     22.6  Salvador  Dali,  The  Persistence  of   Memory,  1931.     22.8  Rene  MagriIe,  Portrait,  1935.     22.36  Edward  Hopper,  Nighthawks,  1942.     22.27  Grant  Wood,  American  Gothic,   1930.     23.2  Jackson  Pollock,  Autumn  Rhythm,   1950.     23.20  Richard  Hamilton,  Just  What  is  it   that  Makes  Today’s  Homes  So  Different,   So  Appealing?  1956.     23.22  Andy  Warhol,  Marilyn  Diptych,   1962.  
  2. Gino  Severini,  Armored  Train,  1911-­‐1913.   Futurism  

  3. Europe  c.  1914  

  4. Trench  Warfare,  c.  1914  

  5. Photographs  and  reconstruc;on  drawings   of  war  injuries,  c.  1917

     
  6. Figure 2. Moulage (painted plaster), Mus:e du Val-de-GrAce, Paris. Photo

    courtesy of Musce du service de sant6 des Arm6es, Val-de-GrAce, Paris. I C . . ALL L.. ? ? .bO'/zLLECIN'N"O Wax  casts  of  war  injuries,  Val-­‐de-­‐Grace   Museum,  c.  1917  
  7. it visible. In its formation of an aesthetic practice aimed

    at critiquing ...... ..... ',? ,% Figure 3. Pair of moulages (painted wax), Musee du Val-de-Grace, Paris. Photo courtesy of Musee du service de sante des Armees, Val-de-Grace, Paris. Wax  casts  of  war  injuries,  Val-­‐de-­‐Grace   Museum,  c.  1917  
  8. 22.1  Marcel  Duchamp,   L.H.O.O.Q.,  1919.   Dada  

  9. 22.4  Hannah  Hoch,  The  MulG-­‐Millionaire,   1923.   Dada  

  10. 22.6  Salvador  Dali,  The  Persistence  of   Memory,  1931.  

    Surrealism  
  11. 22.8  Rene  MagriIe,  Portrait,  1935.   Surrealism  

  12. 22.36  Edward  Hopper,  Nighthawks,  1942.   Regionalism  

  13. 22.27  Grant  Wood,  American  Gothic,  1930.   Regionalism  

  14. None
  15. Mushroom  Cloud,  Nagasaki,  August  9,   1945.  

  16. Destroyed  Temple,  Nagasaki,  c.  1945.  

  17. “Atomic”  Design  in  the  1950s.  

  18. 23.2  Jackson  Pollock,  Autumn  Rhythm,   1950.   Abstract  Expressionism

     
  19. Television  in  the  American  Home,  c.  1955  

  20. 23.20  Richard  Hamilton,  Just  What  is  it  that  Makes  

    Today’s  Homes  So  Different,  So  Appealing?  1956.   Pop  Art  
  21. 23.22  Andy  Warhol,  Marilyn  Diptych,  1962.   Pop  Art