Part 1b / Formal Analysis Space (Perspective) Drawing in perspective
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Drawing in perspective (1, 2, or 3 point) Boca Raton Art Museam (BOCA) Leonardo Da Vinci The Last Supper Fresco 1495-1498 A wall of the Refectory, Santa Mariadelle Grazie, Milan, Italy Space (single point perspective) Bishndas Babar Supervising the Layout of the Garden of Fidelity Manuscript painting, gouache and gold on paper c.1590 Mughal, India Bishndas Babar Supervising the Layout of the Garden of Fidelity Manuscript painting, gouache and gold on paper c.1590 Mughal, India Space (oblique perspective) David Siqueiros Echo of a Scream Enamel on wood 1937 Space (multipoint perspective) Georgio DeChirico The Mystery and Melancholy of the Street Oil on canvas 1914 Prisons, p. XIV Etching 1760 Prisons, p. XIII) Etching c 1760 Giovanni Piranesi Prisons Etching c 1760 M.C. Escher Relativity Etching c. 1945 Kazimir Malevich 1878 - 1935 Suprematist Composition: White on White Oil on canvas 1918 Jan Dibbets Carl Andre II 2004 Jan Dibbets Mangold I & I I 2004 Jan Dibbets Donald Judd I 2004 Sylvia Mangold Shunnemunk Mountain Oil on canvas 1979 Sylvia Mangold Shunnemunk Mountain Oil on canvas 1979 Example of atmospheric perspective Claude Monet Houses of Parliament Oil on canvas 1904 Example of Color & ? ? Perspective Huang Yong Ping documentation of recreation of spy plane, in sketches and photographs The Bat Project II China 2002 Space in Installation / Performance The Bat Project I (Shenzhen) China 2001 Jenny Holzer Untitled (Selected Writings) From ‘Truism: Inflammatory Essays . . . Guggenheim Museum, NYC, NY 1989-90 Henry Moore Forma Squadrata con Taglio Stone 1955 Cubi XXVI Polished Stainless Steel 1965 A hole can have as much shape-meaning as a solid mass. - Henry Moore Shape and Space (positive / negative) Shape and Space (positive / negative) Figure / Ground Reversal MC Escher Sky and Water Woodcut 1938 Kara Walker Cut paper silhouettes and light projection c 1998 - 2004 Kara Walker Insurrection! (Our Tools Were Rudimentary, Yet We Pressed On) Cut paper silhouettes and light projection 2000 Time and Motion Time and motion in art can be one and the same. - Boccioni Eadweard Muybridge Galloping Horse Photograph 1878 Time and Motion (implied ) Tatiana Garmendia BodyHeartSoul : 2002 Ibu Jumu Graphite and silver metal leaf, 5’ x 10’ Time and Motion (implied ) Marcel Duchamp Nude Descending a Staircase Oil on canvas 1912 Time and Motion (implied ) Umberto Boccioni Unique Forms of Continuity in Space Bronze 1913 Time and Motion (Implied) Futurism Alberto Giacometti Walking Man I Bronze 1959-60 Time and Motion (Implied) Futurism Untitled Painted steel mobile 1972 Lobster Trap and Fish Tale Painted steel mobile 1939 I paint with shapes. -Alexander Calder Hall of Cave 26 of Ajanta Matharashtra, India 700 CE Ceiling of Cave 26 of Ajanta Matharashtra, India 700 CE Time and Motion - Traveler is in motino Cave 26 - Reclining Buddha Matharashtra, India 700 CE Ziggurat Installation 1991 Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity - Performance & Installation Art Lynn Hershman Deep Contact Computer-Video 1990 Interactive Installation work , I Like America and America Likes Me Performance 1993 Fox, felt, lard, multi media , Ferro Ossidato Shoes 1993 Art Materials and Media Video Roberta Smith, the art critic, once said that “Art is simply a form of light used to illuminate life.” I think the most interesting artists make work that illuminates the times we live in. - Marilyn Minter Stepping Up Enamel paint on metal 2006 Glazed Enamel paint on metal 2006 Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity Untitled From Woman SeriesPhotograph 1996 of Allah Speechless From Woman of Allah SeriesPhotograph 1996 Shirin Neshat Still from Passage Color video installation with sound Iran 2001 Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity - Performance Art "Black Rainbow," proposal2005Explosion project for Valencia, Spain Date: May 1, 2005 herald the start of the Edinburgh Art Festival, one of the gatwillion festivals that seem to be going on over there in the east this month, the artist Cai Guo-Qiang (also the subject of an exhibition at the Fruitmarket Gallery) fired a reported 12,000ells into the sky above the castle, split into three salvos, exploding like anti-aircraft fire in sharp black clouds and carefully coordinated to produce a black rainbow hovering over the city centre. Cai Guo-Qiang Black Rainbow : Explosion Project for Valencia, Spain 2005 Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity - Performance Art Time and Motion - Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity - Performance Art TransientRainbow MOMA NewYork, NY 2002 Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity - Performance Art Cai Guo-Qiang Life Beneath the Shadow Tate performance and installation c 2004 Life Beneath the Shadow Gunpowder burn c 2004 Homage to New York: A Self-Constructing, Self-Destructing Work of Art Photographed Performance work 1960 Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity - Performance Art The only stable thing is movement. - Jean Tinguely (fragment) Homage to New York Painted metal 1960 Jean Tinguely 1925 - 1991 Walter De Maria The Lightening Field 400 stainless steel poles, hts. + 20’7” ( + 1 sq mile) 1971-77 New Mexico Continue to Chapter 2 Part2 / Principles of Composition
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