art1945 60

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Published on December 19, 2007

Author: Talya

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art in the age of consensus:  art in the age of consensus american classics 1945-1960 reflections:  reflections the backdrop :  the backdrop the backdrop :  the backdrop end of World War II the backdrop :  the backdrop end of World War II escalation of the Cold War the backdrop :  the backdrop end of World War II escalation of the Cold War rise of the middle class the backdrop :  the backdrop end of World War II escalation of the Cold War rise of the middle class political consensus the backdrop :  the backdrop end of World War II escalation of the Cold War rise of the middle class political consensus “baby boom” and abundance movements in the art world:  movements in the art world movements in the art world:  movements in the art world abstract expressionism movements in the art world:  movements in the art world abstract expressionism raw, spontaneous, expressive approach to abstract image Adolph Gottlieb, Towards, 1958 Morris Louis, Betakappa, 1961 movements in the art world:  movements in the art world abstract expressionism minimalism movements in the art world:  movements in the art world abstract expressionism minimalism reduction of color, value, shape, texture not attempting to represent or symbolize objects Ellsworth Kelly, Red Yellow Blue White and Black, 1952 movements in the art world:  movements in the art world abstract expressionism minimalism beginning stages of pop art movements in the art world:  movements in the art world abstract expressionism minimalism beginning stages of pop art art drawn from mass media and consumer culture Andy Warhol, Saturday’s Popeye, 1960 “(Mark Rothko) achieves in his paintings… that expression of the things that go unseen and unsaid and unarticulated. And I'd never seen anything—color, gesture, texture—represent an emotional experience so fully.” - A.M. Homes :  “(Mark Rothko) achieves in his paintings… that expression of the things that go unseen and unsaid and unarticulated. And I'd never seen anything—color, gesture, texture—represent an emotional experience so fully.” - A.M. Homes Mark Rothko, Untitled (17), 1947 Slide17:  Philip Johnson, Glass House, 1949 “Once I discovered architecture as a need of my nature, that enthusiasm knew no bounds.” - Philip Johnson "It seems to me that the modern painter cannot express this age—the airplane, the atom bomb, the radio—in the old forms of the Renaissance, or of any other past culture. Each age finds its own technique." - Jackson Pollock :  "It seems to me that the modern painter cannot express this age—the airplane, the atom bomb, the radio—in the old forms of the Renaissance, or of any other past culture. Each age finds its own technique." - Jackson Pollock Jackson Pollock, Autumn, 1950 Slide19:  Morris Huberland, Bonwit, 1950 Slide20:  Ellsworth Kelly, Colors, 1951 I never painted dreams. I painted my reality. - Frida Kahlo:  I never painted dreams. I painted my reality. - Frida Kahlo Sam Francis, Towards, 1958 Slide22:  Garry Winogrand, El Morocco, 1955 "A work of art is the making of a life. The architect chooses and arranges to express in spaces environment and in relationships man's institutions. There is art if the desire for and the beauty of the institution is filled." - Louis Kahn :  "A work of art is the making of a life. The architect chooses and arranges to express in spaces environment and in relationships man's institutions. There is art if the desire for and the beauty of the institution is filled." - Louis Kahn Frank Lloyd Wright, Guggenheim and Marin Civic Center, 1955-59 Slide24:  Helen Frankenthaler, Jacob’s Ladder, 1957 “You're confronted when you are looking at a painting where you don't have specific images to efface or a figure or a landscape. You're confronted with something that you are challenged to resolve and unify.” - Elizabeth Murray Slide25:  Jasper Johns, Three Flags, 1958 “He's neither celebrating the flag nor stabbing it in the heart. He's, to use a later term, deconstructing it. Another way to put it is that he's inviting you to become innocent. He's inviting you to look at these things as if you were a Martian, and just to stare at them and to take them as natural artifacts.” - Whitney Museum Slide26:  Alexander Calder, Black Widow, 1959 Slide27:  Agnes Martin, White Flower, 1960 Frank Stella, Marriage, 1959 Slide28:  Morris Louis, Bethchaf, 1959 Slide29:  When I was 16, I thought that art wasn't for me. I thought it was for people who were more privileged or rich or had more leisure time than I did. Now I know that art is for everyone, all the time, everywhere. There is art in everything if you allow yourself to see it. - Alan Cumming, Actor Georgia O’Keefe, Sky, 1960 reflection:  reflection think about one of the pieces you just viewed compare or contrast with previous image what have you learned about art from 1945-60?

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