"There is no must in art because art is free." - Wassily Kandinsky
Artists and Movements Review PowerPoint
Moments List and Dates
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* Don't forget all the information that SmartHistory has through Khan Academy!
* A general site, World Wide Arts Resources, that has an immense amount of information on most movements that we've covered, including medieval. Check this site out and click on a movement for this chapter on the left side in blue!
* Confused about what's going on in the world politically during the early 20th century? Try World History Chronology, World War I.
*Great collection of images on F.L. Wright's Fallingwater architecture
* Article from Huffington Post about Benton's work and influence in America
* Have Instant Netflix? Watch The Rape of Europa and learn about Hitler's and the Nazi's involvement in the thievery of the world's most significant Artworks
* YouTube video: Kirchner's Street, Dresden
* YouTube video: Picasso's Guernica
* YouTube video: Salvador Dali: Destino
* YouTube video: Gelatin Silver Print
* Learn more about Mark Rothko and his paintings other than color fields from the National Gallery of Art, Wash. D.C.
* Incredible website on the Vietnam War Memorial by Maya Lin.
* I have to say this kinda of amazing...Watch Chuck Close on The Colbert Report from a 2010 episode. He talks about his process, his disability, and his early and later portraits.
* Have Netflix? Watch Andy Goldsworthy's Rivers and Tides! Amazing site specific art!
* Check out MOMA's amazing collection of Louis Bourgeois's works which, involves themes of traumatic childhoods, spiders, motherhood, and animals and insects.
*Discover Ai Weiwei's Sunflower Seeds
* This seems fun! Create a really interesting collage on MOMA's website!
* Read about Chris Ofili's The Holy Virgin Mary (pdf) and why it's so controversial. Dialectical Journal template is here.
* Create your own Jackson Pollock painting! Super fun! Also check out the official Jackson Pollock page by Artsy! They have a great collection of artists and galleries.
*Also, visit The National Gallery of Art to learn more about Pollock and his early artworks, life, and processes of ACTION PAINTING.
*Watch Chuck Close on the Colbert Report
* Read more on the entirety of The Migration of the Negro
*NY Times: Stepping Exhibition of Jacob Lawrence
* The Women of the Bauhaus School
*10 of the most infamous artworks detroyed by WW2
-African Influences in Modern Art
-Heilbrunn Timeline Thematic Essay: Cubism
-Bauhaus school in Germany
Movements, Dates, and Major Artists
Kirchner's Self Portrait as a Soldier
Memorial Sheet for Karl Liebknecht
Brancusi's The Kiss
The Persistence of Memory
The Two Fridas
The Results of the First Five-Year Plan
Composition with Red, Blue, Yellow
The Migration of the Negro, Panel no. 49
Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda Park
Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks
House in New Castle County
color field painting
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