The Center For Humanities Seminars In Modern Art: Contemporary Trends - Art Scene - screener

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The Center For Humanities Seminars In Modern Art: Contemporary Trends - Art Scene

Year: 1986, 20 mins
Code: GA-CHSCon

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The Center For Humanities Seminars In Modern Art - Unit Four: Contemporary Trends describes the American art scene in the 1940s when painters in New York developed Abstract Expressionism. Among the artists represented are Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Adolph Gottlieb and mark Rothko. Brings the discussion up to the present by examining the Minimal, Pop, Conceptual and Photo-realist movements.

The Center for the Humanities encourages collaborative and creative work in the humanities at CUNY and across the city through seminars, publications, and public events. Free and open to the public, our programs aim to inspire sustained, engaged conversation and to forge an open and diverse intellectual community.

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