Part 1b / Formal Analysis Space (Perspective) Drawing in perspective



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  • Space (Perspective)
  • Drawing in perspective (1, 2, or 3 point)
  • One-point perspective
  • Space (Perspective)
  • Space (Perspective)
  • One-point perspective
  • Space (Perspective)
  • Boca Raton Art Museam (BOCA)
  • Space (Perspective)
  • Two-point perspective
  • One-point perspective
  • Space (Perspective)
  • Two-point perspective
  • Three-point perspective
  • Space (perspectives)
  • Oblique perspective
  • Isometric perspective
  • Two-point perspective
  • One-point perspective
  • Space (Perspective)
  • Two-point perspective
  • Richard Estes
  • Space (Perspective)
  • Space
  • 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)
  • Oblique Perspective
  • Isometric 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
  • Giovanni Piranesi
  • Prisons
  • Etching c 1760
  • M.C. Escher
  • Relativity
  • Etching c. 1945
  • Constructivism
  • 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
  • Impressionism
  • 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
  • Space
  • Henry Moore
  • Forma Squadrata con Taglio
  • Stone 1955
  • Space (negative space)
  • 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
  • Contemporary
  • Kara Walker
  • Insurrection! (Our Tools Were Rudimentary, Yet We Pressed On)
  • Cut paper silhouettes and light projection 2000
  • Contemporary
  • 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 )
  • 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
  • ‘Mobiles’ showing actual Time and Motion
  • Alexander Calder
  • 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
  • Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity
  • Ziggurat
  • Installation 1991
  • Judy Pfaff
  • Lynn Hershman
  • Deep Contact
  • Computer-Video 1990
  • Interactive Installation work
  • I Like America and America Likes Me,
  • Performance 1993
  • Fox, felt, lard, multi media
  • Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity
  • - Performance Art
  • Ferro Ossidato,
  • Shoes 1993
  • Joseph Beuys
  • Marilyn Minter
  • 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
  • Marilyn Minter
  • Shirin Neshat
  • Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity
  • Untitled
  • From Woman of Allah SeriesPhotograph 1996
  • Speechless
  • From Woman of Allah SeriesPhotograph 1996
  • Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity
  • - Performance Art
  • Cai Guo-Qiang
  • "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
  • Cai Guo-Qiang
  • Time and Motion -
  • Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity
  • - Performance Art
  • Skubound UFO
  • c. 2002
  • TransientRainbow MOMA
  • NewYork, NY 2002
  • Chance / Improvisation / Spontaneity
  • - Performance Art
  • Cai Guo-Qiang
  • Life Beneath the Shadow
  • Tate performance and installation 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
  • Homage to New York (fragment)
  • 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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