Contemporary Painting

Contemporary Painting
Mrs. Gail Saborio
By 1900, cameras were made available in the mass market.  When someone wanted a picture of themselves or a specific place; they could now just snap a photo.  They no longer had to commission an artist to draw or paint a realistic picture.  Paintings were no longer the main way to permanently record this information.  Artists at the turn of the century began to experiment with new ways of creating art.  This course is a studio class which explores these new ideas and trends.
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Art Styles and Movements studied in this course:
Photo Secession – 1905-1917
        Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986)
Cubism/ Fauvism – 1907-1920
        Picasso (1881-1973) Matisse (1888-1954)
Surrealism – 1922-1940
        Magritte (1898-1976) Dali (1904-1988) Man Ray (1890-1976)
           Kahlo (1907-1954) de Chirico(1888-1978)
Abstract Expressionism - 1940-1960s
Rauschenberg (1925-2008) Pollack (1903-1971)
de Kooning (1904-1997
Pop Art - 1955-1060
        Warhol (1930-1987) Clayton Pond (1941- )
Conceptual Art/Social Commentary – 1965- present day
        Haring (1958-1990) Chicago (1939-) Banksy (1970s-)
            Fairey (1970 -)
Georgia O'Keeffe
Picasso/ Matisse
Paint Off
Picasso/ Matisse
Paint Off
Surrealism
Social Commentary
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