Final Project-Research Presentation: Brianna McArdle

My Interest: Framing, distortion, perception, and documentation.

Uta Barth 

“I am interested in the conventions of picture-making, in the desire to picture the world and in our relationship, our continual love for and fascination with pictures.”

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Ground #2, Chromogenic print on panel; 29.5 x 27.5 inches, 1992-1993.

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Field #20 & Field #21, Acrylic lacquer on canvas; 204 x 132 inches each, 1996.

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Field #22, Acrylic lacquer on canvas; 132 x 90 inches, 1996.

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nowhere near (Untitled 99.2), Chromogenic prints in artist frame; Diptych, 35 x 90 inches, 1999.

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nowhere near (Untitled 99.3), Chromogenic prints in artist frame; Diptych, 35 x 90 inches, 1999.

All images from Uta Barth’s website, filed under “Work”

  • Barth’s work is so much about seeing and subverting traditional perceptions of photography as she moves away from subject matter.
  • Her work becomes about observing and the act of looking.
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Final Project – Research Presentation: Framing the Everyday

Joel Sternfeld

The collective American identity through the documentation of everyday people and locations

http://www.luhringaugustine.com/artists/joel-sternfeld

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Vineland, New Jersey, March 1972

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Grafton, West Virginia, February 1983

William Eggleston

“Monumentalize” everyday subject matter

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http://www.egglestontrust.com

https://www.artsy.net/artist/william-eggleston

 

Helen Levitt

Street photography

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https://www.moma.org/artists/3520

“7 lessons Helen Levitt has taught me about street photography”

SART 2700: Assignment Two: Photomanipulation

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HISTORICAL REFERENCES
At Wired | Bronx Documentary Center | In The New York Times |

 

JEFF WALL
Great article in The Guardian | At Marian Goodman gallery | Press release (good, short description of work) | In Canadian Art | At MOMA | Another article in Canadian Art | A conversation about pictures (Aperture Magazine) | “I begin by not photographing” Video interview at San Francisco Museum of Art |

STAN DOUGLAS
List of press | At David Zwirner | In Canadian Art | At The Guggenheim | The GasTown riots |

ALEX MCLOUD
NOW magazine | Artist website |

TIM LEE
Lisson Gallery | Canadian Art | Interview when Tim Lee won the Sobey Award | At Vancouver Art Gallery |

WALID RAAD
At MoMA | The Atlas Group | Bomb Magazine |

NIKKI S. LEE
On this blog | More | Museum of Contemporary Photography | The Creators Project |

CHRIS IRONSIDE
Mr.Long Weekend |

NIGER GRIMMER
In SLATE | artist website

ALEX KISILEVICH
At Angell Gallery |

SART 2700 • Illustrating Agitation and Propaganda

This is an abbreviated list. A full list of artists is provided on your assignment sheet. Conduct your own research. Use this as a jumping off point for your own research.

Barbara Kruger | Art History Archive | MOMA | ART 21 | Brief video from Hirshorn exhibit |

Jenny Holzer | ART 21 videos, Jenny Holzer especially “Protest” | TATE Modern | At Cheim Reid gallery | Interview Magazine | New York Times article | Interview/article in The Guardian | On Twitter! | Artist’s website

 

| John Baldessari especially “Systems”

Mitlon Glaser | The Work | Miltn Glaser rates every Olympic logo | TED Talk | Interview with Chip Kidd (also a designer) in The Believer | On It’s Nice That

The Guerrilla Girls | website

El Lissitzky | focus on his design work | The Art Story | Design is History! | MOMA | Guggenheim | The TATE |

Lawrence Weiner | Lisson Gallery Guggenheim | Blenheim Art Foundation (video) | MOMA |

 

Agitprop! exhibit at The Brooklyn Museum

 

Okay, now do some of your own research.