Essential Art

Essential Art

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Essential Art VELS Levels 5 & 6 is specifically written for the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS) Levels 5 & 6. It features a stimulating range of international and Australian artworks, encouraging students to explore and respond to a range of styles, cultures and art forms. An extensive selection of Australian artists has a focus on contemporary, Melbourne-based artists, and artworks that can be viewed by students at the National Gallery of Victoria and other locations in Melbourne. Features * Over 130 high-quality reproductions of artworks by Australian and international artists * Comprehensive coverage of the Exploring and responding discipline in the Arts domain, through text content and a range of short answer, discussion, research and essay questions * Creating and making activities suggest ways that students can explore and implement their own ideas, individually and collaboratively * Engaging descriptions and explanations designed to build students' confidence in interpreting and discussing art and using arts language * Links to other domains in the Discipline based Learning strand and the Interdisciplinary Learning and Physical, Personal and Social Learning strands are highlighted in student activities.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd
  • Jacaranda Wiley, Australia
  • Milton, QLD, Australia
  • 0731404025
  • 9780731404025

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Landscape, nature 1.1 Vincent Van Gogh painting 1.2 Rosalie Gascoigne sculpture/installation 1.3 Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula painting 1.4 Lin Onus painting 1.5 Bill Viola video 1.6 Andy Goldsworthy nature installation 1.7 Cai Guo-Qiang performance, installation, video Chapter 2: The urban environment 2.1 Jeffery Smart painting 2.2 Howard Arkley painting 2.3 Bill Henson photography 2.4 Jon Cattapan painting 2.5 Glenn Slogett photography 2.6 Daniel Crooks video, digital prints 2.7 Callum Morton installations, photography, digital imagery and sound Chapter 3: Reality, still life, man-made objects 3.1 Jean-Simeon Chardin painting 3.2 Georges Braque painting 3.3 Andy Warhol painting 3.4 Sam Taylor-Wood video 3.5 Ricky Swallow sculpture and installation 3.6 Mari Hirata photography 3.7 Tim Silver transient sculpture Chapter 4: The nude, people, portraits 4.1 Greek sculpture sculpture 4.2 Michelangelo sculpture and painting 4.3 Leonardo da Vinci painting and drawing 4.4 Pierre Auguste Renoir painting 4.5 Henri Matisse painting 4.6 Amedeo Modigliani painting and sculpture 4.7 Alberto Giacometti sculpture and drawing 4.8 Frida Kahlo painting 4.9 Barbara Hanrahan printmaking, collage and mixed media 4.10 Salvatore Zofrea painting and printmaking 4.11 Stelarc digital interactive 4.12 Deborah Halpern ceramics and public sculpture 4.13 Darren Sylverster photography Chapter 5: Religion, spirituality 5.1 Catalan fresco fresco 5.2 Books of Kells manuscript 5.3 Andrea Mantegna painting 5.4 Raphael painting 5.5 Peter Paul Rubens painting 5.6 Bernini sculpture 5.7 Buddhist sculpture sculpture 5.8 Islamic mosque architecture 5.9 Chinese landscape painting 5.10 Emily Kame Kngwarreye painting Chapter 6: Fears, dreams, imagination 6.1 Edvard Munch printmaking and pastel drawing 6.2 Joan Miro painting 6.3 Salvadore Dali painting 6.4 Paula Rego printmaking 6.5 Peter Booth painting 6.6 Louise Hearman painting 6.7 Anne Wallace painting 6.8 Muuary McKeich digital imagery 6.9 Vipoo Sirvilasa ceramics Chapter 7: Social comment, cultural identity 7.1 Fred McCubbin painting 7.2 Roy Luchtenstein painting/comics 7.3 Barbara Kruger photography/text 7.4 Gordon Bennett painting 7.5 Hossein Valamanesh installations 7.6 William Kentridge drawing/animation 7.7 Mona Hatoum sculpture 7.8 Patricia Piccinini digital media/sculpture/photography/video 7.9 Shirin Neshat photography/text 7.10 Michael Riley photography 7.11 Troy Innocent digtial mixed media/virtual reality Chapter 8: Design 8.1 Karim Rashid design 8.2 Vivienne Westwood fashioin design 8.3 Akira Isogawa fashion design 8.4 Mambo fashion design 8.5 Toni Maticevski fashion design 8.6 Le Corbusier architecture 8.7 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe architecture 8.8 Lyons Architects architectureshow more