Visual Arts in the Information Age

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ARTS IN THE
INFORMATION AGE
Pop Art
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Starts in England in the 1950s
Really takes off in 1960s New York
Celebrates consumers products, celebrities, and
everyday life as presented by mass media
Art as a product
Like Dadaism
Andy Warhol
Mint Marilyn Monroe
1962
Oil and silkscreen
enamel on canvas
Roy Lichtenstein
Torpedo...Los!
1963, oil on canvas
Yves Klein
Anthropometry – “The Monotone Symphony”
1960
Bridget Riley
Current
1964
Synthetic polymer
paint on
composition board
Musical Experimentation
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Synthesizers
 100%
Electronic Music
 Every aspect of a song
is executed according to
precise mathematical
programming
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Milton Babbitt
 Ensembles
for
Synthesizer
Donald Judd
Untitled
1967, Blue lacquer on galvanized iron
Isamu Noguchi
Red Cube
1968, Red painted steel.
Musical Experimentation
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Musical Minimalism
 Operas
with no plot,
dialogue, or drama
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Philip Glass
 Einstein
on the Beach
 16 voice choir with
soloists
 Spoken poetry
Chuck Close
Big Self-Portrait
1967-1968
Acrylic on canvas
Duane Hanson
Tourists
1970, Fiberglass
and polyester
polychromed
Leon Golub
Interrogation II
1981, Acrylic on canvas
Anselm Kiefer
To the Unknown
Painter
1983
Oil, emulsion,
woodcut, shellac,
latex, and straw on
canvas
Magdalena Abakanowicz
Crowd 1
1986 – 1987, Burlap and resin, 50 standing life-sized figures
Chris Ofili
Afrodizzia
1996
Elephant dung, map pins,
collage, resin and oil on
canvas
Yasumasa Morimura
Portrait (Twins)
1988, Color photograph, clear medium
Nam June Paik
Megatron
1995
Eight channel computer
driven video installation
with 215 monitors, color,
sound
Cai Guo-Qiang
Inopportune, Stage 1
2005, Mixed media
Frank Gehry
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain, 1997.
Frank Gehry
Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, 2003.
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