7 episodios

graduate students in the UC Davis Masters in Art History give thesis presentations on a variety of topics ranging from Any Warhol and Chicano mural artists to ancient Greek sculpture.

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graduate students in the UC Davis Masters in Art History give thesis presentations on a variety of topics ranging from Any Warhol and Chicano mural artists to ancient Greek sculpture.

    • video
    Thomas Eakins: A Pictorialist Vision

    Thomas Eakins: A Pictorialist Vision

    UC Davis art history graduate student Lucinda White Frachtenberg reads from her master's thesis about the relatively unstudied photographs of the painter Thomas Eakins, who most known for his painting "Gross Clinic."

    • 31 min
    • video
    Temporality in Form

    Temporality in Form

    UC Davis art history graduate student Laura Hutchison talks about 'Temporality in Form: Elements of the Michelangelo Theory of Human Proportion in Three of His Early Sculptures'.

    • 20 min
    • video
    Regarded/Disregarded: The Reception of Body Culture: Chicano Figuration, from 1990-1992

    Regarded/Disregarded: The Reception of Body Culture: Chicano Figuration, from 1990-1992

    UC Davis art history graduate student Kristina Schlosser explores the reception of Chicano art and its reception within the larger hegemonic art world.

    • 34 min
    • video
    Social Themes in American Women Seen Through the Eyes of Alice Neel

    Social Themes in American Women Seen Through the Eyes of Alice Neel

    MA candidate Melanie Ross presents her paper on Alice Neel for the Hawaii International Conference of the Humanities. Born in 1900, Neel struggled against social norms as a female painter in a male dominated career. Exploring her paintings of couples from the '60s and '70s, Neel captures the uprising of the feminist movement and the battle of the sexes.

    • 33 min
    • video
    The Non-Objectifying Voyeurism in John Sloan’s "The Cot"

    The Non-Objectifying Voyeurism in John Sloan’s "The Cot"

    UC Davis art history graduate student Alexandra Rea-Baum offers a new view on American artist John Sloan through the analysis of his non-objectifying gaze seen in "The Cot," a painting included in the Ash Can's exhibit at the MacBeth Gallery, NYC, in 1907.

    • 28 min
    • video
    The 21st Century Tiller Girls of YouTube in Natalie Bookchin's Mass Ornament

    The 21st Century Tiller Girls of YouTube in Natalie Bookchin's Mass Ornament

    Kristina Schlosser presents a section from her thesis on new media and the expanding role of the internet for the 2010 MA orals. She focuses on contemporary video artists Natalie Bookchin and examines her work, "Mass Ornament," and the implications of the individual worker/dancer silently connected by the Internet.

    • 36 min

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