I D E O L O G Y

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I D E O L O G Y 2 : MODERNISM and ITS CRITICISM

I D E O L O G Y 2 : MODERNISM and ITS CRITICISM

NEW MATERIALS Barlow W. H. , St. Pancreas Train Station, 1864 MASS-PRODUCTION EXHIBITIONS, FAIRS….

NEW MATERIALS Barlow W. H. , St. Pancreas Train Station, 1864 MASS-PRODUCTION EXHIBITIONS, FAIRS…. MIGRATION ……. URBANIZATION Industrial Revolution 1750 -1850 Paxton J. , Crystal Palace, (Fair) 1851

George Childs, “Dowlais Ironworks from the South, ” 1840

George Childs, “Dowlais Ironworks from the South, ” 1840

William Morris, page from The Sea Stones and The Fall (by John Ruskin), 1853

William Morris, page from The Sea Stones and The Fall (by John Ruskin), 1853

William Morris, fabric designs (left) and font design (right), 1890 s

William Morris, fabric designs (left) and font design (right), 1890 s

William Morris, furniture designs, 1870 s

William Morris, furniture designs, 1870 s

Philip Webb and William Morris, “The Red House, ” Bexleyheath, ENGLAND, 1859

Philip Webb and William Morris, “The Red House, ” Bexleyheath, ENGLAND, 1859

William Morris, “St Peter, ” stained glass design, 1870 s

William Morris, “St Peter, ” stained glass design, 1870 s

Frank Lloyd Wright, stained glass window designs, 1902

Frank Lloyd Wright, stained glass window designs, 1902

M O D E R N I S M An ideology that emerged around

M O D E R N I S M An ideology that emerged around 1900 that reacted to the political, social, economical and technological changes in Europe • Modernists prefer: • - simplicity over ornamentation • - abstraction over realism • - “honesty” over “dishonesty” • - the future over the past

M. H. Baillie Scott, “Side Table, ” 1901 Charles Rennie Mackintosh, “Chair for Hill

M. H. Baillie Scott, “Side Table, ” 1901 Charles Rennie Mackintosh, “Chair for Hill House, ” 1904

Gruppo Toscano Architects, “Stazione S. Maria Novella, ” Florence, ITALY, 1932

Gruppo Toscano Architects, “Stazione S. Maria Novella, ” Florence, ITALY, 1932

Giacomo Balla, “Abstract Speed + Sound , ” 1914

Giacomo Balla, “Abstract Speed + Sound , ” 1914

Filippo Marinetti, poem from Les mots en liberté, 1919

Filippo Marinetti, poem from Les mots en liberté, 1919

Antonio Sant’Elia, designs for “La Città Nuova” (The New City), 1914

Antonio Sant’Elia, designs for “La Città Nuova” (The New City), 1914

front cover of the first issue of DE STYL magazine, 1917 Georges Vantongerloo, “Interrelation

front cover of the first issue of DE STYL magazine, 1917 Georges Vantongerloo, “Interrelation of Volumes, ” 1919

Piet Mondrian, “Color Planes in Oval, ” 1913 -1914 Piet Mondrian, “Tableau 2, ”

Piet Mondrian, “Color Planes in Oval, ” 1913 -1914 Piet Mondrian, “Tableau 2, ” 1922

Theo Van Doesburg, Sophie Taeuber & Jean Arp, “Cafe l’Aubette, ” Strasbourg, FRANCE, 1926

Theo Van Doesburg, Sophie Taeuber & Jean Arp, “Cafe l’Aubette, ” Strasbourg, FRANCE, 1926 -28,

SCHRÖDER HOUSE, Gerrit Rietveld, Utrecht 1924

SCHRÖDER HOUSE, Gerrit Rietveld, Utrecht 1924

Walter Gropius, “The Bauhaus, ” Dessau, GERMANY, 1925 -26

Walter Gropius, “The Bauhaus, ” Dessau, GERMANY, 1925 -26

Joost Schmidt, “Bauhaus Exhibition Poster, ” 1923

Joost Schmidt, “Bauhaus Exhibition Poster, ” 1923

Marianne Barndt, “Tea Pot, ” 1924 Carl G. Jucker, “Lamp, ” 1924 Marcel Breuer,

Marianne Barndt, “Tea Pot, ” 1924 Carl G. Jucker, “Lamp, ” 1924 Marcel Breuer, “Nesting Tables, ” 1925

Eileen Gray, furniture designs, 1920 s

Eileen Gray, furniture designs, 1920 s

Bruno Taut Glass Pavillion, Berlin 1914 Faculty of languages, history and geography, Ankara University,

Bruno Taut Glass Pavillion, Berlin 1914 Faculty of languages, history and geography, Ankara University, 1937 Izmir Fuar Pavillion, 1939

Q U E S T I O N I N G M O D

Q U E S T I O N I N G M O D E R N I S M

Richard Hamilton, “Just What is that Makes Today’s Homes so Different? , ” 1956

Richard Hamilton, “Just What is that Makes Today’s Homes so Different? , ” 1956

Andy Warhol, “Marylin diptych, ” 1962

Andy Warhol, “Marylin diptych, ” 1962

Roy Lichtenstein, “Little Big Painting, ” 1965 Roy Lichtenstein, “M-Maybe, ” 1963

Roy Lichtenstein, “Little Big Painting, ” 1965 Roy Lichtenstein, “M-Maybe, ” 1963

Cindy Sherman, “Untitled Film Stills, ” 1970 s

Cindy Sherman, “Untitled Film Stills, ” 1970 s

Alexander Rodchenko, “Books on Every Subject, ” 1925 (poster against censorship of bookstores) Shepard

Alexander Rodchenko, “Books on Every Subject, ” 1925 (poster against censorship of bookstores) Shepard Fairey, “Saks Fifth Avenue Advertisement, ” 2009

Tadashi Kawamata, “The Shortcut Chairs, ” 1998

Tadashi Kawamata, “The Shortcut Chairs, ” 1998

“The Assembly Line” Damien Ortega, “Cosmic Thing, ” 2002

“The Assembly Line” Damien Ortega, “Cosmic Thing, ” 2002

Viktor and Rolf, “Uniforms for Utrecht Centraal Museum Guards, ” 2001 Viktor and Rolf,

Viktor and Rolf, “Uniforms for Utrecht Centraal Museum Guards, ” 2001 Viktor and Rolf, “Evening Wear, ” 2007

Philip Johnson, “AT&T Building, ” New York, 1978 -84 Charles W. Moore, “Piazza d’Italia,

Philip Johnson, “AT&T Building, ” New York, 1978 -84 Charles W. Moore, “Piazza d’Italia, ” New Orleans, USA, 1976 -79

Zaha Hadid, "Nordpark Cablecar Metro Station, " Innsbruck, SWITZERLAND, 2007

Zaha Hadid, "Nordpark Cablecar Metro Station, " Innsbruck, SWITZERLAND, 2007