Visit a museum Cantor Center for the Visual Arts

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(50 point options - visit only one museum)

Art often supports the traditional social and political order, but sometimes art (and artists) challenge the status quo with new forms or old forms presented in new ways. At times, art supports new political orders at the expense of challenging old ones. Art has a major role in human societies with psychological, social, religious, political and educational functions. These functions can be seen or heard in the art piece, and some forms of art have more than one function. In this assignment, the student will explore those functions to see how they are represented in specific pieces of art. Visit one of the approved museums in person - check to make sure there is an exhibit currently open to the public. Peruse the collection to locate one object you find the most interesting and write an essay detailing the criteria listed below. Attach ALL of your write-ups as a single file.

Instructions:

1. Write a detailed description of the art piece, including the title and artist's identity.
2. List the object’s form, materials, whether it is realistic or abstract, and its symbolic elements.
3. Describe the function of the object in your own words.
4. Complete an analysis of the connection between the appearance (form, materials, symbolism) of the object and its function.
5. Explain your personal, emotional, response to the object (why you found it to be so exciting)

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Maldainc K
School: Boston College

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An Inner Dialogue with Frida Kahlo (Collar of Thorns)
Yasumasa Morimura’s An Inner Dialogue with Frida Kahlo (Collar of Thorns) 2001, is a
self-portrait that exhibits in San Jose Museum of Art under the exhibition of This Is Not a Selfie:
Photographic Self-Portraits from the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Collection. Yasumasa Morimura,
born in Osaka, is a Japanese assumption artist. In 1978, he graduated from Kyoto City University
of Arts. And has since been displaying his work on various international as a solo exhibition,
although he has also been involved in group projects including This Is Not a Selfie:
Photographic Self-Portraits in San Jose Museum. Yasumasa Morimura. In this specific portrait,
Yasumasa uses heavy makeup, paintings, and costumes to showcase modern woman’s pop
culture while displaying all the aspects of inner dialogue. The use of mystic characters to
represent various players involved in one’s internal dialogue, adds more touch to the artistic
nature of this portrai...

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