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Expressionism

1905-1913

Free use of form, color, and space

Interest in conveying intense moods through formal experimentation

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Primitivism

modern artists’ appropriation of the forms of African art in the hope of investing their work with a primal truth and expressive energy (what they saw as “primitive”)

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Modersohn-Becker,

Self-Portrait on 6th Wedding Anniversary,

1910

oil on canvas

Expressionism

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Kirchner

Street Dresden

1910

Oil On Canvas

Expressionism

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Kirchner

Portrait of Henry Van de Velde

1920

Woodcut out

Expressionism

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woodcut

one of oldest types of printmaking (used in the West since 15th century); a design is drawn on a block of wood, which is then carved so the desired image remains in relief; ink is applied to the raised design and the block pressed onto sheet of paper

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The Bridge ( Die Brucke)

1905-13

Confrontation with modern society

Nihilism: God is Dead

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The Blue Rider(Der Blaue Reiter)

1911-14

Attraction to spirituality

Retreat from city and modern life (turn to nature and folk culture)

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Kandinsky

Sketch for “Composition II”

1910

Oil on Canvas

Expressionism

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Munch

The Scream

1900

Oil, tempera, pastel and crayon on cardboard

Expressionism

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Munter

Kandinsky Painting a landscape

1900

Oil on canvas

Expressionism

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Picasso

Le Moulin de la Galette

1900

Oil on Canvas

Cubism

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Picasso

La Vie(life)

1900

Oil on canvas

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Picasso

Two Nudes

1910

Oil on canvas

Cubism

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Picasso

The Young Ladies of Avignon

1910

Oil on canvas

Cubism

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Picasso

Three Women

1910

Oil on Canvas

Cubism

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passage

-Technique whereby the edges of color planes merge with adjacent areas

-troubles any sense of demarcation between the figures and their environment

- total ambiguity of figure and ground

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Picasso

Girl with a Mandolin

1910

oil on canvas

Analytical Cubism

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Picasso

Guitar, Sheet Music ,and Wine glass

1910

Mixed Media

Synthetic Cubism

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collage

literally ‘gluing’ (in French); involves gluing disparate elements onto a canvas

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papiers colles

literally ‘pasted papers’ (in French); involves gluing paper elements onto a canvas

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construction

a three-dimensional assemblage of materials

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manifesto

a published declaration of the intentions, motives, or views of an art movement or of an individual within an artistic group

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Carra

Patriotic Celebration (Free-Word Painting)

1910

Mixed Media

Synthetic Cubism

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Severini

Dynamic Hieroglyphic of the Bal Tabarin

1910

oil on canvas with sequins

Futurism

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Boccioni

Unique Forms of Continuity in space

1910

Bronze

Futurism

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Picasso,

Maya in a Sailor Suit

1940

oil on canvas

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Picasso,

Homage to Braque

1960

lithograph

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Tatlin,

Counter-Relief,

1920,

iron, copper, wood, and rope

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Malevich,

Black Square

1910

Oil on canvas

Suprematism

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Malevich,

Morning in the Village after a Snowstorm,

1910

Oil on canvas

Cubo-Futurism

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Malevich,

Suprematist Composition: White Square on White

1920.

Oil on canvas

Suprematism

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zero form

-trash heap of academic art

-got out of the circle of objects

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Constructivism

•first abstract movement in “sculpture”

•based on assembling materials rather than carving or modeling

•use of unorthodox materials (often from world of machines and industry)

•valuing of form and function -> not decorative or ornamental

<p>•first abstract movement in “sculpture”</p><p>•based on assembling materials rather than carving or modeling</p><p>•use of unorthodox materials (often from world of machines and industry)</p><p>•valuing of form and function -&gt; not decorative or ornamental</p>
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faktura

the artist as the material's assistant; effacing the artist’s presence within the work; fostering the volition of the material rather than expressing the artist’s individual will

<p>the artist as the material&apos;s assistant; effacing the artist’s presence within the work; fostering the volition of the material rather than expressing the artist’s individual will</p>
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cold structure

forms stripped of all authorial signs of agency

<p>forms stripped of all authorial signs of agency</p>
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