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Cubism architectural.

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Presentation by :- Roma Rochwani,
Kunal Bagul,
Nikita Bhoj,
Amruta Bedmutha.

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Cubism architectural.

  1. 1. CUBISM THE FIRST FORM OF ABSTRACT ART
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO CUBISM: Cubism is a form of abstract art which emphasizes the two- dimensionality of the canvas. PAUL CÉZANNE- BIBEMUS QUARY- 1895
  3. 3. MORE ABOUT CUBISM: • The Cubist art movement began in Paris around 1907. led by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. • The Cubists broke from centuries of tradition in their painting by rejecting the single viewpoint. • The name Cubism derived its name from remarks that were made by the painter Henri Matisse and the critic Louis Vauxcelles, who derisively described Braque's 1908 work "Houses at L‘Estaque" as composed of cubes, rejecting the single viewpoint.
  4. 4. INFLUENCES ON CUBISM: • Paul Cézanne changed styles and habits. • Variations of tone and colour. • Geometric shapes: cylinder, sphere, cone. • “My one and only master... Cézanne was like the father of us all.” - Pablo Picasso. The Guitar Player – Pablo Picasso –
  5. 5. CHARACTERISTICS: - Objects are shown from multiple perspectives at once. - Everything is portrayed with geometric shapes. - It portrayed a “new way of seeing”, which, infused observations and memories into paintings.
  6. 6. TYPES OF CUBISM:  ANALYTICAL CUBISM  SYNTHETIC CUBISM
  7. 7. ANALYTICAL CUBISM: (Or, that period of cubism where it’s really hard to tell what anything is, and who the artist is ! ) Characteristics of Analytical Cubism: • Objects are “analyzed” from many perspectives. • Artist incorporates many (if not all) of these perspectives in the painting itself. • The painting, instead of directly showing the subject, “evokes a sense of the subject.”
  8. 8. Fruit Dish- Ace of Clubs- George Braque- 1913.
  9. 9. Girl with a Mandolin Pablo Picasso – 1910
  10. 10. Portrait of Daniel- Pablo Picasso – 1910.
  11. 11. Still Life With a Violin – Georges Braque – 1912
  12. 12. GUESS THE ARTIST
  13. 13. GUESS THE ARTIST: PABLO PICASSOPABLO PICASSO
  14. 14. SYNTHETIC CUBISM Characteristics of Synthetic Cubism: • Objects are still drawn from multiple perspectives, BUT… • They are more discernable, • And they are more colorful. (or, thank God, I can actually tell what I’m looking at in this painting!) SOLDIERS PLAYING CARDS – FERNAND LEGER – 1917
  15. 15. SYNTHETIC CUBISM BLACK FISH – GEORGES BRAQUE 1942
  16. 16. THE THREE MUSICIANS- PABLO PICASSO- 1921.
  17. 17. CUBISM AND ARCHITECTURE:  It forms an important link between early 20th century art and architecture.  Most of the connections are made by reference to shared formal characteristics.  Architectural interest in cubism centred on the dissolution and reconstitution of a 3 dimensional form, using simple geometrical shapes.  Diverse elements could be super imposed, made transparent or penetrate one another.  Cubism had become an influential factor in the development of modern architecture from 1912.
  18. 18. ARCHITECTURAL INFLUENCE  It led to simplification of building design, the use of materials appropriate to industrial production and the increased use of glass.  Faceting of a form, spatial ambiguity, transparency and multiplicity. Housing in Onmae by VIDZ Architects
  19. 19. ARCHITECTURAL INFLUENCE PALACE OF ASSEMBLY, CHANDIGARH- LE CORBUSIER. Rotterdam’s Cube Houses- Dutch architect Piet Blom.
  20. 20. GUIDED BY:  PROF. J. B. DESHMUKH (J. D. SIR) PRESENTED BY:  AMRUTA BEDMUTHA  KUNAL BAGUL  NIKITA BHOJ  ROMA ROCHWANI REFERENCES:  www.google.com  www.slideshare.in
  21. 21. …THANK YOU... 

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