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6-1. A: Andy Warhol S: Pop Art D: 1962 M: Oil, acrylic, and silkscreen enamel on canvas. L: Tate Gallery, London

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  2. A: Andy Warhol S: Pop ArtD: 1962M: Oil, acrylic, and silkscreen enamel on canvas. L: Tate Gallery, London F: Warhol’s repetition of Monroe’s face reinforced her status as a consumer product, her glamorous image confronting the viewer endlessly, as it it did the American public in the aftermath of her death. Marilyn Diptych

  3. Big Self-Portrait A: Chuck Close S: Superrealism D: 1967-1968M: Acrylic on canvas L: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis F: Close’s goal was to translate photographic information into painted information. In his portraits he deliberately avoided creative compositions, flattering lighting effects and revealing facial expressions.

  4. Untitled(Your Gaze Hits the Side of My Face) A: Barbara Kruger S: Feminist art D: 1981M: Photograph, red painted frame L: Mary Boone Gallery, NYC F: Kruger, like Sherman, has explored the male gaze in her art. Using the layout techniques of mass media, she constructed this word-and0photograph collage to challenge the culturally constructed notions of gender.

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  6. A: Judy Chicago S: Feminist ArtD: 1979M: Multimedia, including ceramics and stitchery L: Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY F: Chicago’s Dinner Party honors 39 women from antiquity to 20th century America. The triangular form and the materials—painted china and fabric—are traditionally associated with women. The Dinner Party

  7. A: Chris Ofili S: Social/Political artD: 1996M: Paper collage, oil, glitter, polyester resin, map pns, elephant dung on linen. L: Saatchi Collection, London F: Ofili, a British born Catholic of Nigerian descnet, represnted the Virgin Mary with African dung surrounded by buttocks, The painting produced a public outcry, where the mayor of New York tried to pull funding away from the museum where it was shown. The Holy Virgin Mary

  8. Pink Panther A: Jeff Koons S: Social/Political art D: 1988M: Porcelain L: Museum of Contemporary art, Chicago F: in the 1980’s Koons created sculptures that highlight everything wrong with contemporary consumer culture. IN this work, he intertwined a centerfold nude with a cartoon figure.

  9. Vietnam Veterans Memorial A: Maya Ying Lin S: MinimalismD: 1981-1983M: L: Washington D.C. F: Like Minimalist sculpture, Lin’s memorial to the veterans of Vietnam is a simple geometric form. Its inscribed polished walls actively engage the viewer in a psychological dialogue about the war.

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  11. Guggenheim Bilbao Museo A: Frank Gehry S: DeconstructivismD: 1997M: limestone and titanium L: Bilbao, Spain F: Gehry’s limestone-and-titanium Bilbao museum is an immensively dramatic building. Its disorder and randomness of design epitomize Deconstructivist architectural principles.

  12. Spiral Jetty A: Robert Smithson S: environmental artD: 1970M: earth and rock L: Great Salt Lake, Utah F: Smithson used industrial equipment to create Environmental artworks by manipulating earth and rock. Spiral Jetty is a mammoth coil of black basalt, limestone and earth extending into the Great Salt Lake.

  13. Surrounded Islands A: Christo and Jeanne-Claude S: Environmental artD: 1980-1983M: Islands, pink fabric L: Biscayne Bay, Florida F: Christo and Jeanne-Claude created this environmental artwork by surrounding 11 small islands with 6.5 million square feet of pink fabric. Characteristically, the work only existed for 2 weeks.

  14. Congratulations! You have finished the Art History portion of ART 1!Sorry, no prize… BUT: Mr. Cook here…. If you enjoyed learning about art history, I got something to tell ya! SIGN UP FOR AP-ART HISTORY next year! Yeah, I know…This is a shameless plug for the class.

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