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  1. ThemeThe Information Age1975-1979Janeth Restrepo

  2. Postmodernism In the Early 20th Century architects began to creating more functionally oriented buildings, composer created different methods of creating new music, and other intellectuals protested against of older ways of doings things. It can be define as an academic reaction or movement to the modernism in the humanities.

  3. Music Philip Glass Born in 1937 in Baltimore. He is known for Einstein on the Beach, (1976) Played the violin, flute, loved Style Indian music, famous for his operas, Jazz an rock and roll.

  4. Einstein on the Beach

  5. Electronic Music It was another important massive effect . Karlheinz Stockhausen’s: Percussion, concrete Sounds, street noises, or birds calls. Aleatory (controlled chance serial composition).

  6. Dance • Lucinda Child (the postmodern choreographer). the first choreographed dance was in 1979 with music by Phillip Glass.

  7. Lucinda Child Dance Video

  8. Architecture Piazza d’Italia, New Orleans, 1975-1979

  9. Courtyard of the Louvre Museum in Paris It is a Postmodernism Achievement. It has been a piece of history which has a didactic role to the public through lectures audiovisual and interactive productions. The Pei’s pyramid has become a type of space station for the arts.

  10. Ben’s House Designer History at Franklin Court, Philadelphia.

  11. Films Steven Spielberg created the horror film called Jaw. June 20, 1975

  12. October 25, 1978

  13. New Realism, (Neorealism Hyperrealism, and Photorealism) Double Self Portrait, Richard Estes.

  14. Telephone Booths

  15. Picture for WOMEN (1979). Georges Pompidou.Museum NATIONAL D’ART Modern, Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris. Jeff Wall.

  16. Summary To Conclude, Music, dance, Architecture. Film, technology and communication are inclined by postmodernism developments and concepts. The world has been changing in the 20th century and it continues varying everyday, It makes our life’s full of innovations and possibly we find advantages or disadvantages it depends on a lot of factors and circumstances.

  17. Works Cited Aylesworth, Gary. :Postmodernism”, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2010 Edition) Edward N. Zalta (ed), HTTP://>. Fiero, Gloria K. The Humanistic Tradition. 6th ed. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2006. 126-52 Print. John, Beverly. “Postmodernism.” A journey Through Modern Philosophy. 1990. Web. 18 July. 2011>. Lewis, Michael J. “Early Modernism.” American Art and Architecture. London: Thames & Hudson, 2006. 191-253. Print. Poli, Francesco. Elastico ,Milan ed. New York: Collins Design, 2008 Print.

  18. Works Cited Armason, H H, ., & Elizabeth Mansfield. History of Modern Art: Painting Sculpture, Architecture, Photography, Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2010. Print. <>.