Answer the questions in 3 DIFFERENT Answer

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*****I Want 3 documents answer the questions in 3 different answers.

*****3 different perspectives answers , each perspective Answer in each documents

***** I WANT 3 DIFFERENT Answers


*****1 to 2 pages



*****Avoid Plagiarism

*****Please Don’t Write Difficult words AND complicated sentences

****Write VERY VERY ESAY WORD, AND easy To understand for ENGLISH LERNERS

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IMPORTANT TO READ ***** I WANT 3 DIFFERENT ESSAYS ***** READ THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE PICTURE *****1 to 2 pages ***** DON'T FORGET COVER PEAGE *****APA STYLE *****Avoid Plagiarism *****Please Don’t Write Difficult words AND complicated sentences ****Write VERY VERY ESAY WORD, AND easy To understand for ENGLISH LERNERS Carnegie Museum of Art Visit _______________________________________________________________________________________________ General Instructions: Please explore, take time to LOOK. Trust me, it’s difficult to slow your brain down and simply meander through a space like this, but you’ve got nearly FOUR HOURS, so slow down. Look at the SPACE. Notice the architecture of the building. Notice the way the art is grouped and displayed. Pay attention to the formal elements in the paintings: texture, composition, line, etc. Remember our lecture regarding principles of design. These paintings are in this museum! BRING A PRINTOUT OF YOUR PAPER ASSIGNMENT WITH YOU SO YOU CAN TAKE NOTES (with a pencil, of course)!!! From your notes taken at the museum, answer these questions in essay form and submit them on Blackboard. Questions: 1. Find the photographs by Charles Teeny Harris. (Follow the signs for the restrooms behind the ticket counter, across from the gift shop.) Choose one. Describe the picture. What catches your eye? Why? EACH PICTURE FOR EACH ESSAY 1- //// INFO 1 2- ///// INFO 3- ///INFO 2. Find the “out of place” sculpture. Describe it and explain why it’s out of place. Pic : 3. Look at Oiticica’s piece Snooker Room. (It’s in the Hall of Sculpture.) How does it interface with Van Gogh’s painting? 4. Choose a piece from the Hall of Architecture and tell me what you think it was intended for. Why? 5. Compare the Portal of the North Transept of the Cathedral of Saint Andre and the West portal of St Gilles. Compare the deates. Which is Romanesque? Which is Gothic? What leads you to think this? the Portal of the North : //// the West portal of St Gilles. : //// 6. What do aureole in sacred art mean? Look it up before you go! Find a painting that includes these aureole. Who are the figures with aureole? Why do they have them? 7. Find a piece of sacred art that is NOT from the Christian tradition. (You’ll have to look hard! Hint: There’s a gallery devoted to African, Indian, and Asian art.) Find an intriguing piece, describe it, and find out what it signifies. 2 8. Find a painting that represents a myth. Describe it and tell me what myth it portrays. 9. In gallery #11, there are paintings by many famous artists. Find The Old King by Georges Rouault. Rouault started his art career as an apprentice to a stained glass maker. How do you see this influence in this painting? 10. Find Giacometti’s Walking Man I in gallery #13. Describe it, react to it, and compare it to another sculpture somewhere in the museum. WITH 11. Look at De Kooning’s painting of a woman in gallery #13. Compare it to any other representation of a woman in the museum. Be sure to indicate the artist of the other painting and describe both works in relevant ways. at De Kooning’s painting of a woman : COMPARE IT BETWEEN ONE OF THESE PICTURES FOR EACH EASSAY 1- // 2- // 3- // 12. In gallery #6, you will see a few still life paintings. Determine before your visit what a still life is. Choose one painting. Describe it and discuss your response to it. Stand in front of it and give it TIME. What are some things you are surprised you notice? How would you describe the pace of your looking experience. 13. Find The Wheat Fields After the Rain by V. Van Gogh in Gallery #8. Describe its texture, and choose 3 other elements to describe the painting. //INFO 3 14. Define Minimalism before you go to the museum. Now go to the Minimalist gallery (in the rear of #13) and select a piece of art. Describe why this fits the definition of minimalism. 15. Visit gallery #16. (You’ll have to pass through glass doors to reach it. There’s an installation of metal and electric light sculptures through the glass doors.) Describe ANY work in this gallery and respond to it. Be honest and open to new points of view. 16. Go to the Mellon Bruce galleries (Decorative Arts, upstairs.) Find an object, name it, and explain how it bridges the gap between fine and applied arts. //INFO 4

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