AP Review Game CH 3 Answer Key

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The Public and Art
#1 'Tilted Arc' was on display where? The Federal Plaza in Lower Manhattan
#2 Which artwork was referred to by the public as “an explosion in a shingle factory”? Marcel Duchamp’s 'Nude Descending a Staircase'
#3 Which sculptor eventually saw his controversial public work destroyed? Richard Serra
#4 What are three main reasons that motivate most collectors to buy contemporary art? 1) investment in a known commodity 2) nothing better to do with their money 3) the pleasure/prestige of owning art confers upon them
#5 Sylvie Fleury's work 'Plumity...Plump' is a what? a 24K gold platted shopping cart
Art History
#1 At the center of a scandal of the famous Armory Show of 1913 was 'Nude Descending a Staircase' by Marcel Duchamp. The show was held in: New York
#2 In 'Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe' (Luncheon on the Grass), Manet intentionally rejects traditional painting techniques for what purpose? to call attention to his modernity and break with the past
#3 What was the inspiration for Marcel Duchamp’s controversial 'Nude Descending a Staircase'? the chronophotographs of Etienne-Jules Marey
#4 Manet’s 'Déjeuner sur l’herbe' (Luncheon on the Grass) was rejected from the annual salon exhibition in Paris in 1863. Where was it exhibited? at the Salon des Refusés
#5 Etienne-Jules Marey and Edward Muybridge were pioneers in the burgeoning art of ____________, which was first explored by the Lumiere Bros in 1895. chronophotographs and motion pictures
NEA and Activist Art
#1 According to the National Endowment for the Arts what activist role should artists take? They should educate the public about the value of art.
#2 Why do many people receive new and innovative work with reservation? They have little context in which to view the work.
#3 The goal of the NEA’s Art in Public Places Program was___________. to expose the general public to contemporary art as a kind of mass audience art appreciation course
#4 What specific component of the National Endowment for the Arts made works of art available to the general public? the Arts in Public Places program
#5 What motivates artists like Sakarin Krue-On, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, and Suzanne Lacy? social and cultural issues
#1 In 1863, Edouard Manet’s 'Luncheon on the Grass' was rejected by the public due to: its modernity
#2 Why was Maya Ying Lin’s Memorial in Washington, D.C. controversial at first? its non-traditional style for a monument
#3 Considered a masterpiece of Renaissance art, Michelangelo’s 'David' came under attack upon first viewing due to its: nudity and political symbolism
#4 How is Maya Ying Lin’s 'Vietnam Memorial' similar to works by Edouard Manet and Marcel Duchamp? All were initially misunderstood by the public.
#5 In his controversial works Guillermo Gómez-Peña uses _____________as media in his artwork, which he calls _________________. painting, sculpture, and performance; “reverse anthropology”
#1 The artist’s ultimate relation to the public often depends upon: what the artist is trying to say
#2 Chris Ofili’s 'The Holy Virgin Mary' displays two aspects of the artist’s life—his African heritage and what else? his Catholic upbringing
#3 What material did Sakarin Krue-On use in making 'Since 1958' ? human hair
#4 In Chapter 3, Sayre discusses two ways of valuing art. What are they? monetary and intrinsic
#5 Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s 'The Temple of Confessions' could be defined as ______ art. performance and installation
Final Question
In 2007 Jean-Michel Basquait's painting 'Untitled' sold for how much at auction? $14.6 million dollars