Art in America Since WWII (AH2286.01)

Andrew Spence

After WWII, artists in U. S. cities played a major role in the transformation of contemporary art from Modernism to Post Modernism and the present. As a survey, this course looks at several of these artists’ works and their connections to important movements such as Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, and the proliferation of later movements including Photo Realism, Minimalism, Feminist Art, Process Art, Earth Art, New Image Painting, Neo Expressionism, East Village Art, Identity Art and more. New York City as one of the world-class art centers is used as a focus for retracing these developments in order to gain a closer understanding and appreciation. Slide/digital presentations, weekly readings, student presentations and group discussions are the format of this class. It is advisable but not required to have knowledge of contemporary art.

Prerequisites: None.
Credits: 4
W 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 16
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as Four Credit, 2000, Art History, Andrew Spence, All courses, and tagged , , , , .