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  1. Areas of Knowledge: Art Arts …b-b-but Roy, is it ART?

  2. Areas of Knowledge: Art The Arts What is Art?

  3. Areas of Knowledge: Art

  4. pottery painting theatre poetry Areas of Knowledge: Art music dance film sculpture drama literature photography

  5. Areas of Knowledge: Art Are any of these ‘Art’?

  6. What are the Arts for? Areas of Knowledge: Art

  7. What knowledge comes from the Arts? Areas of Knowledge: Art

  8. How do the Arts affect what we know? Areas of Knowledge: Art

  9. Areas of Knowledge: Art Who likes this? Who dislikes this? Why Angel of the North by Anthony Gormley(completed 1998)

  10. Areas of Knowledge: Art Two possible positions to take… • Subjectivist • There is nothing in the artwork that determines whether you should think it is good or bad – all that matters is whether you like it or dislike it • Objectivist • There are qualities in the work that determine whether it should be seen as good or bad

  11. Areas of Knowledge: Art What is Art? Art is the process or product of deliberately arranging elements in a way to affect the senses, thoughts or emotions

  12. Which of these are works of art? • ‘Sunflowers’ by Vincent van Gogh • A perfect copy of ‘Sunflowers’bought for 100NoK in a market • A perfect copy of ‘Sunflowers’ hung in a gallery and called ‘A Perfect Copy’ Areas of Knowledge: Art Why Sold for $40,000,000 in 1987

  13. What is Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art The Venus of Birkat Ram Golan 230,000yrs ago

  14. What is Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art Female figure carved from ivory - 35,000yrs ago

  15. What is Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art Bulgaria 8,000yrs ago France 15,000yrs ago

  16. Areas of Knowledge: Art What is Art? Art and the Supernatural

  17. What is Art? Global Influences Areas of Knowledge: Art France West Africa

  18. What is Art? Global Influences Areas of Knowledge: Art Vase by Grayson Perry 2007 Etruscan Vase 520BC

  19. Areas of Knowledge: Art What is Art for?

  20. Areas of Knowledge: Art Art and Religion

  21. Areas of Knowledge: Art Art and Religion

  22. Areas of Knowledge: Art Art and Religion

  23. Areas of Knowledge: Art "Part of my role as an artist is similar to that of a shaman or witch doctor. I dress up, tell stories, give things meaning and make them a bit more significant.” Grayson Perry  in the catalogue to ‘The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman’ October 2011

  24. Art and Power Areas of Knowledge: Art Julius Caesar Charlemagne

  25. Art and Power Areas of Knowledge: Art Henry VIII by Holbein Pope Innocent X by Velasquez

  26. Art and Prestige Areas of Knowledge: Art

  27. Art and Prestige Areas of Knowledge: Art Arnolfini Portrait Van Eyck 1434

  28. Art and Prestige Areas of Knowledge: Art Mr and Mrs Andrews by Gainsborough 1750

  29. Areas of Knowledge: Art Calvary by Andrea Mantegna 1458 Art can say, “This is what happened. This is significant”

  30. Areas of Knowledge: Art Bernardino dellaCiarda Thrown Off His Horse by Paulo Uccello 1420 Art can say, “This is what happened. This is significant”

  31. Areas of Knowledge: Art Peasant Wedding by Peter Brueghel 1568 Art can say, “This is what happened. This is significant”

  32. Areas of Knowledge: Art The Milkmaid by Vermeer 1658 Art can say, “This is significant”

  33. Areas of Knowledge: Art House in Napoli by Thomas Jones 1782 Art can say, “This is what I saw – and it is significant”

  34. The critical voice Areas of Knowledge: Art Social commentary and Politics …value judgments by Banksy

  35. The critical voice Areas of Knowledge: Art Social commentary and Politics …value judgments

  36. Making the familiar new Areas of Knowledge: Art by Andy Warhol 1962

  37. Making the familiar new Areas of Knowledge: Art ‘Still Life’ by Paul Cezanne

  38. Making the familiar strange Areas of Knowledge: Art Rain, Steam & Speed by JMW Turner 1844

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  40. Making the familiar strange Areas of Knowledge: Art Les Demoiselles d’Avignon by Pablo Picasso 1907

  41. Making the familiar strange Areas of Knowledge: Art ‘Fountain’ Duchamp 1917 ‘Mother and Child Divided’ Hirst 1993

  42. When told his portrait of Gertrude Stein didn’t look like her he said, “Never mind, it will!” What do you think he meant Areas of Knowledge: Art Gertrude Stein by Picasso 1906

  43. Areas of Knowledge: Art Artists allow us to imagine ourselves in a variety of times, places and psychological states through their art

  44. We learn about life when we look at art Areas of Knowledge: Art

  45. What counts as Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art • The intentions of the artist • The quality of the work • The response of the spectators

  46. Do we need to understand the intentions of the artist Areas of Knowledge: Art You The Artist The Work of Art

  47. What counts as Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art The intentions of the artist Public? Or private? Self-portrait Rembrandt 1659

  48. What counts as Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art The intentions of the artist To please? Or provoke? My Bed by Tracey Emin(sold for $250,000)

  49. What counts as Art? Areas of Knowledge: Art The intentions of the artist To please? Or provoke?