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Modern Art - 15 Movements: Expressionism
Fifteenth video about the Modern Art serie. Any doubt? Send me a message. Historia del Arte: https://namerethistoriadelarte.blogspot.com.es/ Land of the Art: https://www.facebook.com/landoftheart Modern Art is a term to depict the art of XX century and onwards. It represents the opposite to traditional art, and it is mostly an aesthetic concept. The end of it would be the postmodernism, where it is impossible to create anything original, only reinterpretations. There are many movements, and the production is so wide that it is impossible to know all. Movements. In XX century there appeared many different movements. Avant-garde. The ones that will appear in this section are fauvism, expressionism, cubism, futurism, abstraction and neoplasticism, constructivism, dadaism, surrealism, informalism and neofiguration, pop art, neorrealism, minimalism, hyperrealism and postmodernism. Expressionism. It happened in 1905 and it reveals the pesimistic side of the life, generated by the historical circunstances of the moment, mainly because the World Wars. Representation of emotions, distorting and exaggerating the topics. Psychological force and expression. Dramatic scenes, tragedies. Influence of primitivism, as sculptures and masks from Africa and Oceania. As there are so many artists and so many paintings, this time I won’t be able to put all the names of the artworks. However, they can easily be found in the internet. Note: in near future I’ll also let a link with a folder in drive where you can find all the images. Just give me time. Painting: I’ve divided the artists in various sections based in their groups or countries. Precedents James Ensor: phantasmagoric scenes and masked characters Edvard Munch: he said that he dissects souls. The most usual topics he paints are tragedies as loneliness, anguish, death and erotism Die Brücke: this group was influenced by the Arts & Crafts and the Jugendstil, and also by artists as the Postimpressionists and Munch. There was also influence from german gothic, african art and russian literature. Intention of revolution. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Erich Heckel Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Emil Nolde Otto Mueller Max Pechstein Der Blaue Reiter: this group claimed that art has to be an expression of the inside of the artist. Interest in mysticism, symbolism, and primitive, popular, childish and mentally ill art. Importance of music. Wassili Kandinsky Franz Marc August Macke Paul Klee Alexei von Jawlensky Marianne von Werefkin Lyonel Feininger Gabriele Münter Heinrich Campendonk Alfred Kubin Neue Sachlichkeit: this group was formed alter World War I as reaction against expressionism, coming back to realista figuration. It dissappeared with the rise of nazism. Magical realism. George Grosz Otto Dix Max Beckmann Conrad Felixmüller Ludwig Meidner Karl Hofer Germany: some artists weren’t in any group Paula Modersohn-Becker Lovis Corinth Christian Rohlfs Wilhelm Morgner Group of Vienna: influences of Jugendstil and Sezession, and also from symbolism Egon Schiele Oskar Kokoschka School of Paris: these artists worked in Paris in the period between the two world wars. Amedeo Modigliani Marc Chagall Georges Rouault Jules Pascin Chaïm Soutine Maurice Utrillo Other countries: I will name the artists per country now Argentina: Enrique Sobisch Brasil: Cândido Portinari, Anita Malfatti Uruguay: José Cuneo Perinetti Mexico: José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo Ecuador: Oswaldo Guayasamín United States: Edward Hopper, Max Weber, Grant Wood, Andrew Wyeth Spain: José Guitérrez Solana France: Marcel Gromaire, Gen Paul Netherlands: Jan Sluyters, Leo Gestel, Charley Toorop, Jan Wiegers, Hendrik Nicolaas Werkman, Herman Kruyder, Hendrik Chabot, Kees Van Dongen Italy: Lorenzo Viani, Ottone Rosai, Mario Sironi, Gino Bonichi (Scipione) Belgium: Gustave Van de Woestijne, Gustave De Smet, Frits Van den Berghe, Constant Permeke Poland: Henryk Gotlib, Gustaw Gwozdecki Czechoslovakia: Bohumil Kubišta, Emil Filla, Antonin Prochazka Hungary: Tivadar Kosztka Csontváry Sweden: Sigrid Hjertén Norway: Theodor Severin Kittelsen Finland: Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Tyko Sallinen Sculpture: artists reflected the topics and the formal distortion of expressionism Ernst Barlach Wilhelm Lehmbruck Käthe Kollwitz Others: Rudolf Edwin Belling, Otto Freundlich, Georg Kolbe, Ewald Wilhelm Hubert Mataré, Bernhard Hoetger, Renée Alice Sintenis, Emile Antoine Bourdelle, Sir Jacob Epstein, Victorio Macho Architecture: use of new materials, use of brick, steel and crystal. Experimental and utopic character. Monumentality. Various groups. Main groups: Deutscher Werkbund, Arbeitsrat für Kunst, Der Ring, Neues Bauen Germany: Bruno Taut, Erich Mendelsohn, Fritz Höger, Rudolf Steiner. The last image is Hufeisensiedlung Amsterdam: Michel de Klerk, Johan van der Mey Music: Pulcinella Suite by Stravinsky Photos taken in Google images. No copyright infringement intended.
University Challenge S48E07
Original air date 4.9.2018
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Gallery Profiles: Michael Reid
Art Month is an annual contemporary art festival celebrating the vibrancy and diversity of visual art in Sydney. Here Michael Reid speaks about his gallery and what he is trying to achieve for the art industry in Sydney. Made by The Nest http://www.wearethenest.com.au in collaboration with Art Month Sydney "Razorback Sucker" by Tom Fahy (http://tomfahy.org/)
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Annie Swynnerton -serenata para cuerda en do Mayor KV315
(1844-1933) Nació en Kersal, cerca de Manchester. Era hija de un abogado, Francis Robinson. Su familia tuvo problemas financieros y Annie empezó a hacer acuarelas para vender. Estudió en Manchester School of Art y con Susan Dacre se fue a estudiar a Roma durante dos años en 1874 . Al regresar se unieron las dos para fundar la Sociedad de Manchester para mujeres pintoras. Tambien se fueron ambas a estudiar en la Academie Julian en Paris 1877-1880. Alli en Francia pintó el retrato de Susan Dacre que regalaría a la Manchester City Gallery en 1932. Dos cuadros suyos fueron incluidos en la exposición de la Gosvernor Gallery en 1882. Un año más tarde se casó con el escultor Joseph Swynnerton a quien había conocido en Roma. Anne creía en la igualdad entre hombres y mujeres en el arte, fue tambien una activa feminista y sufragista. En 19889 firmó la declaración en favor del sufragio de la mujer. En 1893 envió su retrato de Florence Nightingale a Scutari, a la exposición de mujeres en Chicago. En 1922 fue la primera mujer que ingresó, por elección, en la Royal Academy En 1930 el retrato de Millicent Garrett Fawcett fue comprado por Chantrey Bequest y ahora está colgado en la Tate Gallery. Al final de su vida su vista fue deteriorandose, aunque siguió exponiendo obras que había pintado años antes. Murió en su casa de Hayling en Inglaterra.
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Achtzehn Tage Ohne Flore
Film by Daniel Scott & Flore Tanghe. http://www.floodcomics.com/ http://www.floretanghe.be/
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