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Do you agree or disagree with their argument?

Create a written post with an image.
Prompts to choose from. Choose 1.
Discuss ‘zones’ in either Russian or Czech terms, or both, and give examples. See lecture slides.
How and when have American artists been ‘censored’? What type of art, literature or film has been censored? Give specific examples.
Discuss the Cold War mentality in America after WW2. How did Cold War fears spawn anti-Communist projects such as McCarthyism? (“red scare”) Why was art made by Abstract Expressionists taken up by the CIA as a way to counter-act Communism?
What is Clement Greenberg’s idea of “pure” art? How was Abstract Expressionism, despite its rule-breaking tendencies, “pure” ?
Discuss favorite works of art seen in the lecture material this week. Compare and contrast them for how they use ‘abstraction.’
Comment critically on the post of another student. Have they put their points across? Have they given examples? Do you agree or disagree with their argument?
Extra Credit – 3 points
Complete the Timeline – Add other details, events, artworks or collective activity.
1913 – 1930s – Russia, Kazemir Malevich, Suprematist/Constructivist
1917 – Bolshevik revolution.
1919 – 1933. Bauhaus art school, Weimar, Germany
1929 – Museum of Modern Art founded, New York City.
1936 – 1945 – World War 2.
1940s- 1950s – United State, Abstract Expressionism – Pollack, Motherwell, Rothko, Gottlieb, Gorky, Kline, Neuman, etc.
1950s – United States, Pop Art, Minimalism,
1960s – Conceptual Art.
1970s Russian Collective Art Group, Moscow Conceptualism
1970s – Czech – Jiri Kovando’s Contacbcit, etc. performed in Prague.

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View each piece of work listed below and analyze it as a piece of art, identifying key elements of the work and using terminology common to the discipline.

For this competency, you will assume the role of a critic. View each piece of work listed below and analyze it as a piece of art, identifying key elements of the work and using terminology common to the discipline. Using a few concise paragraphs for each piece, your analysis should discuss each work as a critic would and include, using the proper vocabulary, what you thibcink the work is about.

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View each piece of work listed below and analyze it as a piece of art, identifying key elements of the work and using terminology common to the discipline.

For this competency, you will assume the role of a critic. View each piece of work listed below and analyze it as a piece of art, identifying key elements of the work and using terminology common to the discipline. Using a few concise paragraphs for each piece, your analysis should discuss each work as a critic would and include, using the proper vocabulary, what you thibcink the work is about.

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How did cold war fears spawn anti-communist projects such as mccarthyism? (“red scare”) why was art made by abstract expressionists taken up by the cia as a way to counter-act communism?

Create a written post with an image.
Prompts to choose from. Choose 1.
Discuss ‘zones’ in either Russian or Czech terms, or both, and give examples. See lecture slides.
How and when have American artists been ‘censored’? What type of art, literature or film has been censored? Give specific examples.
Discuss the Cold War mentality in America after WW2. How did Cold War fears spawn anti-Communist projects such as McCarthyism? (“red scare”) Why was art made by Abstract Expressionists taken up by the CIA as a way to counter-act Communism?
What is Clement Greenberg’s idea of “pure” art? How was Abstract Expressionism, despite its rule-breaking tendencies, “pure” ?
Discuss favorite works of art seen in the lecture material this week. Compare and contrast them for how they use ‘abstraction.’
Comment critically on the post of another student. Have they put their points across? Have they given examples? Do you agree or disagree with their argument?
Extra Credit – 3 points
Complete the Timeline – Add other details, events, artworks or collective activity.
1913 – 1930s – Russia, Kazemir Malevich, Suprematist/Constructivist
1917 – Bolshevik revolution.
1919 – 1933. Bauhaus art school, Weimar, Germany
1929 – Museum of Modern Art founded, New York City.
1936 – 1945 – World War 2.
1940s- 1950s – United State, Abstract Expressionism – Pollack, Motherwell, Rothko, Gottlieb, Gorky, Kline, Neuman, etc.
1950s – United States, Pop Art, Minimalism,
1960s – Conceptual Art.
1970s Russian Collective Art Group, Moscow Conceptualism
1970s – Czech – Jiri Kovando’s Contacbcit, etc. performed in Prague.

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Additionally: i’ve included weekly course slides (from week 1-6) provided by the professor in order to have a better understanding of the course content of this class.

Please read carefully the “Assignment 1 – Instructions” file for all details, followed by the “COURSE READINGS” file that includes all REQUIRED and RECOMMENDED readings per week.I’ve included all separate readings in their own pdf. ADDITIONALLY: I’ve included weekly course slides (from week 1-6) provided by the professor in order to have a better understanding of the course content of this class. I highly recommend lookibcing at them! Thank you

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You must demonstrate in this paper that you watchbcied the ted talk by malcolm gladwell.

1. main part of your essay is looking at and discussing three sculptures with the same subject: Statues of David. They are all done by different Renaissance artists. You will compare them and also discuss the emotions displayed by each sculpture (minimum of 400 words)
2. You must demonstrate in this paper that you watchbcied the TED Talk by Malcolm Gladwell.

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Please watch 2 videos as the main sources to write an essay.

Please watch 2 videos as the main sources to write an essay.
1. Loving Vincent
https://www.kanopy.com/en/kapiolani/video/3135890
2. Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child
https://www.kanopy.com/en/kapiolani/video/201788
After you have finished watching both movies, please download the attached Microsoft Word file below, and you can start writing your essay from there. Essay instructions are in the attached file.
Please write in your own words, and use external sources maximum are 3 sources, and should not copy information from anywhere because my teachbcier is very serious about this.

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Write a 3-paragraph essay on each of the following

Write a 3-paragraph essay on each of the following
two sets of questions from the study guides based
on the course readings.
1. What were Banerjee’s motivations for undertaking a
photographic journey to the Arctic National Wildlife
Refuge?
Why was it important to document the ANWR during all
four seasons? What did he hope to accomplish with this
project?
Discuss his photography to support your argument.
2) In his tour guides of the Forest of Fontainebleau
Denecourt called the attention of visitors to the
picturesque diversity of the landscape.
How could Denecourt celebrate the primitive wilderness
of Fontainebleau and at the same time praise the
monotonous pine plantations as a “great improvement?”
Why did artists like Théodore Rousseau feel that the
ancient trees were dishonored and despoiled by
Denecourt’s innumerabbcile trails, signs and inscriptions?

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Write concise essay responses for each of the following three questions.

Write concise essay responses for each of the
following three questions.
Include as much information as you can remember
frbciom the lectures (in original language).

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Do not copy from the essay pdf.

This is a good way to read and keep notes. You are to upload your own version after working on it and by the Friday **due** date. Do not copy from the essay pdf. Use your own words to describe what she has said. Short quotes are ok, with page #.
Respond to each question as thoroughly as possible, and in complete sentences. Some questions may consist of more than one. Please answer more than one part, but if you don’t get to every part, that is ok. Do your best.
This is an assignment and should be formatted carefully, spellchecked, proofread, and edited for meaning and sense.
When you have thoroughly responded to each question, please submit the Assignment on Canvas. Grading will be on the rubribcic, so you can see comments clearly.