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Research and Referencing: Periods of time and art

On Research and Referencing module, week 8 and 9, we were introduced to various art movements, starting from the Interwar period. Just a couple words to describe the movements would be good for the future if I wanted to quickly rehearse them… 450 more words

Research And Referencing


Kurt Schwitters

Max Ernst

Raoul Hausmann

Hannah Höch

Man Ray

George Grosz

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André Breton – Egg in the church or The Snake

Salvador Dali – The Persistence of Memory

Salvador Dali

René Magritte – Time Transfixed, 1938… 10 more words

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Dada, Surréalisme et au-delà

On 21 October in Paris, Sotheby’s offered for sale the collection of Dr. Arthur Brandt, whose passion and appreciation for Dada and Surrealism is reflected in this auction.  489 more words


Art movements.

Last Monday whilst working with Kirsty we were all given groups and enough art movements to be able to research one each. I being me got in there first and wanted to get exactly what first jumped out at me which happened to be Deconstructivism-one of those times I wish I would have stuck to my gut and went with feminism because whilst researching I had beyond no clue if I was even researching the right thing or right artists associated with it(one of them wasn’t oops). 1,959 more words

Futurist Movement

Umberto Boccioni (Italian, 1882-1916)
The City Rises, 1910
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Dimensions: 6′ 6 1/2″ x 9′ 10 1/2″ (199.3 x 301 cm)

The most important Italian avant-garde art movement of the 20th century, Futurism celebrated advanced technology and urban modernity. 1,256 more words

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Cubist Movement

Georges Braque (French, Argenteuil 1882–1963 Paris), 1911
Medium: Oil and charcoal with sand on canvas
Dimensions: 25 3/4 x 21 5/8 in. (65.4 x 54.9 cm) 655 more words

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