Hughes

Art Between the Wars: European Modernism, 1918-1940 (3 Cr.)

Beginning in the aftermath of the First World War, a conflict that devastated the physical and psychological landscape of Europe, and ending with the rise of various totalitarian regimes (Fascism, Stalinism) this seminar will examine European art of the interwar period, from 1918-1940. Potential topics will include Surrealism, The Russian avant-garde, the return to order, Esprit-Nouveau, the machine aesthetic, De Stijl, avant-garde cinema, etc.
Undergraduate Equivalency: HART 365. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 575 and HART 365.

Art Between the Wars: European Modernism, 1918-1940 (3 Cr.)

Beginning in the aftermath of the First World War, a conflict that devastated the physical and psychological landscape of Europe, and ending with the rise of various totalitarian regimes (Fascism, Stalinism) this seminar will examine European art of the interwar period, from 1918-1940. Potential topics will include Surrealism, The Russian avant-garde, the return to order, Esprit-Nouveau, the machine aesthetic, De Stijl, avant-garde cinema, etc.
Graduate Equivalency: HART 575. Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 365 and HART 575.

Avant-Garde and After: Modern Art in Europe, 1900-1945 (3 Cr.)

This class surveys European art from roughly 1900-1945, paying particular attention to the social contexts in which this work emerged and the interpretive strategies that have been used to understand it. Among the topics to be considered are Cubism, Futurism, Constructivism, Dada, and Surrealism, as well as the reaction against these by emergent authoritarian regimes of the 1930s.
Mutually Exclusive: Credit cannot be earned for HART 202 and HART 305.Students cannot receive credit for HART 202 and HART 305.