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1.The Shock of the War.
This paper explores the second film in the series The Shock of the New in terms of how World War I and the Russian Revolution affected modern artists.
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Filename: 14024 Shock of War.doc
2.16740 Neo-Classicism and the Return to Order After World War I
In this paper we will explore the parallel between the return to order in France after WWI and the emergence of a neoclassic style in Art. In particular, we will look at how the images of women contributed to the reemergence of a more representational style, a classical style. We will look how this style was ushered in by the image of one particular woman, Olga Khokhlova, the first wife of Pablo Picasso.
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Filename: 16740 art neoclassic picasso.doc
3.16919 The History, Technology and Socio-Political Function of Photography
In this paper, we will examine the history, technology and socio-political function of photography. Photography has been around for over 160 years. During this time period, it has become the most common form of image making. As 'the' means of visual communication, it is indispensable. As an art form, it offers opportunities, which differ greatly from painting and other picture-making techniques that rely on manual and visual skills. As a tool of politics and social change, it has become indispensable. Before we examine the technology and the socio-political use of photography, let us examine the history of photography.