Describe how and why art and artists have been considered to have exceptional power in some cultures.

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Jun 5, 2021

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Choose one visual artist that was BORN after January 1, 1900, from your book and answer the six questions below.
CRITERIA:
INELIGIBLE artists include filmmakers (including animators), performance artists, actors, graphic designers, craft artists, and architects. Artist works should be in visual media such as painting, sculpture, mixed media, installation, drawing…
Ineligible websites: Wikipedia.org, artsy.net, artcyclopedia.com… (or any other “general” art site or any site that is a “sale site”)
Artists that work as a team count as a single artist.
For each artist: Number, copy, and answer each of the SIX questions and then answer each question individually (rewrite the question and then answer the question).
Points will be deducted for missing or incomplete responses.
Follow the Question and Answer format.
Assignments submitted in the improper format WILL NOT RECEIVE ANY CREDIT.
If you have any questions about your selected artist, please email your instructor.
NO CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN FOR INELIGIBLE ARTIST OR ARTIST BORN PRIOR TO 1900.
QUESTIONS:
Artist name, year of birth, country of birth and PAGE artist is found in your textbook. (1 pt)
The complete website where you found information about the artist. This website must be an “informational” site that is specific to your artist. (1 pt)
What is his/her primary media? (1 pt)
List TWO locations where the artist’s work is currently displayed or was recently displayed. Be specific. (2 pts)
Write a short paragraph about why this artist interests you. Your response must be at least 80 words for full credit. (2 pts)
On the Internet, locate one piece of the artist’s work that is not found in Introduction to Art. Then—IN YOUR OWN WORDS—fully describe its media (form/materials) and content (meaning/story). Include the full website where you found the piece. Your response must be at least 80 words for full credit. (3 pts)
INSTRUCTIONS for Part 1:
Review writing assignment criteria.
Follow the Question and Answer format.
Contact your instructor if you have any questions about the requirements.
EXAMPLE:
Artist name, year of birth, country of birth, the textbook page where the artist is mentioned. (1 pt)
Example: John Doe, Born 1902, Russia, Page 101
The complete website where you found information about the artist. (1 pt)
Example: http://www.pbs.org/art21/home/
What is his/her primary media? (1 pt)
Example: Oil Paint on wood panel.
List TWO locations where the artist’s work is currently displayed or was recently displayed. (2 pts)
Example: Museum of Modern Art, NYC and Leo Castelli Gallery, NYC.
PART 2: SHORT ESSAYS 10 points (5 points per topic)
Points will be deducted for incorrect grammar and spelling.
CRITERIA:
Select TWO questions/topics from the list below.
Write your response in essay format.
Your response to each question/topic must be at least 250 words for full credit.
Please rewrite the question/topic to which you are responding.
QUESTIONS:
Discuss two different structures built for religious use. Explain how the form is related to purposes and how the form is used by that religious group. Be specific about how it meets particular rituals or other needs of the group.
Describe how and why art and artists have been considered to have exceptional power in some cultures.
Describe how rulers have used images of themselves to enhance their authority. Cite examples.
Explain why images of defeated rulers, dead rulers, or monuments of an occupied culture might be defaced or destroyed.
Describe the use of tribal masks for rituals in different cultures.
Select two ethically controversial works of art from different periods in history. Explain how each work was received at the time it was made and how changes in societal values have impacted acceptance of the works today.
Why is it important that news photographs not be altered?

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