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History of Art in The 20th Century: Expressionism and the Modern Self

Video title: Expressionism and the Modern Self

Watch this video Expressionism and the Modern Self. Study the History of Art in 20th Century through art, artists and artistic works of The 20th Century

Identify the characteristics of Expressionism and the prominent artists who painted in this style such as Nolde, Chagall and Munch, and some of their famous works.

 

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History of Art in The 20th Century: Expressionism and the Modern Self. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Late 20th Century Art. Learn about The History of Art and Expressionism. Explain the profound ways that accelerating technological changes during the twentieth century have affected how artists focus on the world and altered their perception of what is real.
  • Understand the conceptual process of analyzing, reducing, and simplifying observed reality, and gain insight to subjective realities constructed according to the inner vision of an artist and the language of an artist-s medium.
  • Identify the characteristics of Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, and Pop Art.
  • Name prominent twentieth-century artists and architects, including Picasso, Mondrian, Dali, Warhole, Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbusier, and identify some of their famous works.
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