Post Modernism (Contemporary Art)

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Course No: 58.350; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

Following the Second World War, artists transformed the avant-garde tradition of their European predecessors to establish a dialogue with the mass media and consumer culture that has resulted in a wide array of artistic movements. Issues ranging from multiculturalism and gender to modernism and postmodernism will be addressed through the movements of abstract expressionism, pop, minimalism, neo-expressionism and appropriate in the diverse media of video, performance and photography, as well as painting and sculpture.

Prerequisites & Notes

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  • Credits: 3;

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