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please consider all the art movements we have covered in class thus far from the 1950’s-1960’s, – such as Abstract Expressionism, New Realism, Pop Art, Fluxus, Minimalism, and the Black Arts Movement, and develop an argument on how one or some of these art movements have paved the way for your own individual art practice. These influences can be artistic or stylistic, or they can be social and cultural. Which artist has especially made an impact on how you think about art and issues of diversity, equity and the world in which you will create?
Your paper must be supported by two quality academic sources which should be noted in your Annotated Bibliography.
Minimum word count is 750 words (not including annotations).
Please write annotated Bibliography:
Example: Zemel, Carol. “Sorrowing Women, Rescuing Men: Van Gogh’s Images of Women and Family.” Art History, vol. 10, no. 3, Sept. 1987, p. 351. Art & Architecture Source.
[Author Credentials] Carol Zemel is an art historian with a PhD from Columbia University. She has authored many books and articles in art journals. She was a Professor in the Department of Visual Art & Art History at New York University.
[Audience / Type of Information] Art History is a peer-reviewed journal. The audience for it is art historians and probably undergraduate majors in art history. The article is an in-depth discussion (24 pages) on the topic. It contains only black and white illustrations. Otherwise, the text is mostly text-based with lots of footnotes and a bibliography.
[Purpose / Bias / Point of View] The author has a feminist focus, and she uses historical information to demonstrate that VG’s paintings of women reflected society views on female sexuality and prostitution. She argues that he viewed prostitutes as fallen women who could be saved through a proper domestic life. The author questions the 19th century male assumption of what all women inherently wanted.
[Currency of the Source] This article was published in 1987, which was after the feminist theory had been well developed so that perspective is included. There were a couple of other articles about Van Gogh and women that I can also use as a comparison.
[Coverage / Scope / Content] The author thoroughly covers this content, although the subject is quite narrow in scope.
[Relevance to Paper] This article discusses the images of women and family in the paintings Vincent van Gogh. I was interested in Van Gogh’s views about women and there was a substantial number of examples and theories of Van Gogh’s view about women that I can use in my paper.
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