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  1. 1. Madi Mayo & Kelsey Riley
  2. 2. History  Artist vs. Photography  American  Began in late 60’s  Reaction to Pop and Minimalism Dirk Dzimirsky
  3. 3. Photorealism; coined by Louis K. Meisel  In 1969, critic Howard Smith asked me, "What are you going to call this group?" I said, "I don't know, what am I going to call them? They're using the photograph, they're being very open about it. It's photographic realism. I don't know, Photorealism. Does that sound good to you?“ Crayola, 1972-73, Audrey Flack -Louis K. Meisel
  4. 4. How Photorealism is Like Pop and Minimalism  Everyday scenes  “Broke down” subject matter.  Industrial/ Mechanical  Detached/ Impersonal GLennray Tutor
  5. 5. How Photorealism is not like Pop and Minimalism  Pop/ Minimalsim:  Commercial  Point out Absurdity  Humorous  Leisurely
  6. 6. Techniques photo Projector Grid Transfer paper Oil/acrylic paint many layers
  7. 7. Richard Estes 1932-Current  “Father” of photo realism  Urban landscapes  Street scenes  Glass windows  Used camera; created images  Painting disguised look of photography. Diner, 1971, Richard Estes
  8. 8. Paris Street Scene, 1972, Richard Estes
  9. 9. Tkts Line, 2005, Richard Estes
  10. 10. Telephone Booths, 1968, Richard Estes
  11. 11. Duane Hanson  Was a high school art teacher  Master of Fine Arts degree from the Cranbrook Academy of Art  sculptures
  12. 12. Duane Hanson materials used  Polyester resin  Fiberglass  Bondo  Bronze  Finished with clothes, hair, jewelry, etc.
  13. 13. Duane Hanson early works  Centered around violent situations  motorcycle accident victims, soldiers in battle, policemen and rioters  Meant to make a statement
  14. 14. Duane Hanson abortion  Pregnant teenager covered in white linen on a table  Submitted to in the annual Sculptors of Florida exhibition  Received negative reactions
  15. 15. Duane Hanson Race Riot (1968)
  16. 16. Duane Hanson later works  Reproduced reality  Ordinary people doing ordinary things  Lady who is a janitor  Supermarket shopper  Elderly tourists  Very realistic, look like actual people  Realistic  Freckles  Veins  Scars
  17. 17. Young Shopper (1973)
  18. 18. Queenie II (1988)
  19. 19. Chuck Close 1940-Current  Leading member  Systematically transformed photographs  Giant frontal portraits  Work was enormous  Faces  Emphasized flaws Brad, 2009, Chuck Close
  20. 20. Self Portrait, Chuck Close Kate Moss, Chuck Close
  21. 21. Ralph Goings  "My paintings are about light, about the way things look in their environment and especially about how things look painted. Form, color and space are at the whim of reality, their discovery and organization is the assignment of the realist painter." Ralph Goings 1978
  22. 22. Ralph Goings  Went to California College of Arts and Crafts  Was focused on abstract expressionism  Original member of Photorealism  Popular in America, Europe and Japan
  23. 23. Still Life with Peppers (1981)
  24. 24. Sweet and Low (1990)
  25. 25. Empire Diner, Herkimer (1992)
  26. 26. Three on a Plate (2008)
  27. 27. Audrey Flack 1931-Current  Pioneer; Photorealism  Early work; Abstract  Sculptor  Painter  Still Life  Collage-like Amor Vincit Omnia, Audrey Flack
  28. 28. Chanel, 1974, Audrey Flack
  29. 29. Marilyn (Vanitas), 1977, Audrey Flack

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