global contemporary 1980ce - present
Global contemporary art is characterized by a transcendence of traditional conceptions of art and is supported by technological developments and global awareness. Digital technology in particular provides increased access to imagery and contextual information about diverse artists and artworks throughout history and across the globe. (Khan Academy)
Here is a Word document with all of the Global Contemporary images
Here is the PowerPoint I used in class
Here is the grade sheet for the flash cards
The Gates. New York City, USA. Christo and Jeanne-Claude. 1979-2005 C.E.; Mixed-media installation.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Washington D.C., USA. Maya Lin. 1982 C.E.; Granite.
Androgyne III. Magdalena Abakanowicz. 1985 C.E.; Burlap, resin, wood, nails, and string.
Untitled (#228), from the History Portraits Series. Cindy Sherman. 1990 C.E.; Photograph.
A Book from the Sky. Xu Bing. 1987-1991 C.E.; Mixed-media installation.
Pink Panther. Jeff Koons. 1988 C.E.; Glazed porcelain.
Trade (Gifts for Trading Land with White People). Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. 1992 C.E.; Oil and mixed-media on canvas.
En la Barberia no se Llora (No Crying Allowed in the Barbershop). Pepon Osorio, 1994 C.E.; Mixed-media installation.
The Crossing. Bill Viola. 1996 C.E.; Video/sound installation.
Earth's Creation. Emily Kame Kngwarreye. 1994 C.E.; Synthetic polymer paint on canvas.
Pisupo Lua Afe (Corned Beef 2000). Michel Tuffery. 1994 C.E.; Mixed media.
Electronic Superhighway. Nam June Paik. 1995 C.E.; Mixed-media installation (49-channel closed-circuit video installation, neon, steel, and electronic components.