Late 20 th Century Late Modern Art Part I

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  • Late 20th CenturyLate Modern ArtPart I

  • Abstract Expressionaka The New York School

  • NO CHAOS DAMN IT.----Jackson Pollock

  • Pollock, Number 1 (Lavender Mist) 1950

  • Pollock, Number 1 (Lavender Mist) 1950

  • We favor the simple expression of the complex thought.----Mark Rothko

  • Rothko, No. 14 , 1960

  • Rothko, No. 14 , 1960

  • Rothko, No. 14 , 1960

  • Compare these

  • Questions to ConsiderWhat are the dominant colors?What are the basic shapes?What is the relationship if the title to the work?Describe the approach to painting the artists used.

  • Compare these

  • DeKooning, Woman 1, 1950-1952

  • DeKooning, Woman 1, 1950-1952

  • Minimalism

  • M SS NG

    Thiiief!

    -----George Swede

  • Judd, Untitled, 1969

  • Judd, Untitled, 1969

  • Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1981-1983

  • Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1981-1983

  • Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1981-1983

  • Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1981-1983

  • Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1981-1983

  • Pop Art

  • Hamilton, Just What Is It That Makes Todays Homes so Different, So Appealing, 1956

  • Hamilton, Just What Is It That Makes Todays Homes so Different, So Appealing, 1956

  • Hamilton, Just What Is It That Makes Todays Homes so Different, So Appealing, 1956

  • It was hard to get a painting that was despicable enough so that no one would hang it. Everyone was hanging everything. It was almost acceptable to hang a dripping paint rag.-----Roy Lichtenstein

  • Lichtenstein, Hopeless, 1963

  • Benday Dots

  • I think it would be terrific if everyone looked alike. I want everybody to think alike. I think everybody should be a machine.-----Andy Warhol

  • Warhol, Marilyn Diptych, 1962

  • Earth Art

  • Serra, Tilted Arc, 1981

  • Serra, Tilted Arc, 1981

  • Serra, Tilted Arc, 1981

  • "The viewer becomes aware of himself and of his movement through the plaza. As he moves, the sculpture changes. Contraction and expansion of the sculpture result from the viewer's movement. Step by step the perception not only of the sculpture but of the entire environment changes.---Richard Serra

  • Removed 1989

  • Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Great Salt Lake, Utah

  • Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Great Salt Lake, Utah

  • Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Great Salt Lake, Utah

  • Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Great Salt Lake, Utah

  • Spiral Jetty1500 feet long15 feet wideMud, salt crystals, basalt rocks, earth, and water

  • Christo & Jean Claude, Surrounded Island, 1980-1983, Miami, Florida