Sculpture and Installation: Political Structures
summer schedule art fundamentals drawing painting photography, video mixed media, printmaking art history, theory TUITION REFUND POLICY REGISTER

ART HISTORY, THEORY

Sculpture and Installation: Political Structures (AHISs107-18)

Are you longing to travel to New York City to see artwork? This two-part lecture course focuses on this year’s Whitney Biennial taking place in New York April 6-Sept 5,2022. The Whitney Biennial is the longest-running survey of American art, showcasing the latest in contemporary art practices and includes artists from a vast range of backgrounds and experience. When the Whitney Biennial started in 1932, it was originally organized by medium, with painting alternating with sculpture and works on paper. In homage to this tradition, this course is divided by medium combined with thematic considerations. This section focuses on artists whose work occupies three-dimensional space and whose themes revolve around the idea political structures, local and global. Artists discussed include Rebecca Belmore Aria Dean, Danielle Dean, Alfredo Jaar Jason Rhoades and Veronica Ryan. The course will provide a historical context to each artist’s practice so you can understand the evolution of their work. This course is an excellent way to vicariously travel to New York and experience the wide range of work that is being done today. The course is suitable for practicing artists as well as those just curious about what is going on in the art world. It is not necessary to have done the first part of this course to enjoy the second part.
Tuesdays 6pm - 9pm, Jul 05 - Aug 09 Online
John Luna
Tuition: $195

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