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Art Since 1950

Art Since 1950

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Published by Lucía Alvarez
Art since 1950 es un dossier didáctico elaborado por el Departamento de Educación de la National Gallery of Art de Washington en el que se hace un repaso a la obra de varios artistas, representativos del arte posterior a los años 50 y se plantean actividades educativas.
Art since 1950 es un dossier didáctico elaborado por el Departamento de Educación de la National Gallery of Art de Washington en el que se hace un repaso a la obra de varios artistas, representativos del arte posterior a los años 50 y se plantean actividades educativas.

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Published by: Lucía Alvarez on Oct 12, 2008
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Teaching
 
National Gallery of Art, Washington
 
This publication is made possible by the PaineWebber Endowmentfor the Teacher Institute. Support is also provided by the WilliamRandolph Hearst Endowed Fund for the Teacher Institute.Additional grants have been provided by the GE Fund, The Circleof the National Gallery of Art, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation,and the Rhode Island Foundation.© 1999 Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington
NOTE TO THE READER
This teaching packet is designed to help teachers, primarily in theupper grades, talk with their students about art produced since 1950and some of the issues it raises. The focus is on selected works fromthe collection of the National Gallery of Art. For more completeinformation about artists and movements of this period, see theresources listed in the bibliography.This packet was developed by the Education Division in collaborationwith the Editors Office, National Gallery of Art. The bookletwas written and adapted from gallery sources by Carla Brenner,and edited by Dean Trackman. Teaching activities were suggestedby Carla Brenner, Arthur Danto, Anne Henderson, Megan Howell,Barbara Moore, Ruth Perlin, Renata Sant’Anna, Paige Simpson,and Julie Springer, with helpful suggestions from Corinne Mullen,Bettyann Plishker, and Marilyn Wulliger.Special thanks are owed to Arthur Danto for his generosity; Dorothyand Herbert Vogel for kind permission to reproduce slides of JosephKosuth’s
 Art as Idea: Nothing
; Barbara Moore for help in conceptdevelopment; Linda Downs for support; Marla Prather, Jeffrey Weiss,and Molly Donovan of the Department of Twentieth-Century Art,National Gallery of Art, for thoughtful suggestions and review; SallyShelburne and Martha Richler, whose earlier texts form the basisof entries on Elizabeth Murray and Roy Lichtenstein, respectively;Donna Mann, who contributed to the introduction; and PaigeSimpson, who researched the timeline. Additional thanks for assis-tance in obtaining photographs go to Megan Howell, Lee Ewing,Ruth Fine, Leo Kasun, Carlotta Owens, Charles Ritchie, Laura Rivers,Meg Melvin, and the staff of Imaging and Visual Services, NationalGallery of Art; Sam Gilliam; Claes Oldenburg and Coosje vanBruggen; and Wendy Hurlock, Archives of American Art.Designed by The Watermark Design OfficeUnless otherwise noted, all works are from the National Galleryof Art, Washington.Cover images: Robert Rauschenberg,
Copperhead Grande/ROCI CHILE 
(detail), 1985, acrylic and tarnishes on copper, Gift of theRobert Rauschenberg Foundation. Jackson Pollock,
Number 1, 1950(Lavender Mist)
, 1950, oil, enamel, and aluminum on canvas, AilsaMellon Bruce Fund. Andy Warhol,
Green Marilyn
, 1962, silkscreenon synthetic polymer paint on canvas, Gift of William C. Seitz andIrma S. Seitz, in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the NationalGallery of Art. Susan Rothenberg,
Butterfly 
, 1976, acrylic on canvas,Gift of Perry R. and Nancy Lee Bass. Frank Stella,
 Jarama II 
, 1982,mixed media on etched magnesium, Gift of Lila Acheson Wallace.Mark Rothko,
Untitled 
(detail), 1953, oil on canvas, Gift of the MarkRothko Foundation, Inc. Roy Lichtenstein,
Look Mickey,
1961, oil oncanvas, Dorothy and Roy Lichtenstein, Gift of the Artist, in Honor ofthe 50th Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art. Eva Hesse,
Test Piece for “Contingent” 
(detail)
 ,
1969, latex over cheesecloth, Gift ofthe Collectors Committee.

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