Hispanic Art/Arte Hispano

GLOBAL STUDIES 3317

This course focuses on the most important movements, artistic expressions and its representatives of the art history of Latin America and Spain. From the Pre-Columbian art of the Mayas, Aztecs and Incas, to the syncretism of Post-colonial Latin American art, the Mexican Muralism and the self-reconstruction portraits of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo to the Chicano Art in the U.S.A. From the Medieval paintings of religious Spain, to the criticism of the Spanish nobility by Diego Velazquez, the Spanish Civil War of "Guernica" by Pablo Picasso, to the Surrealism of Salvador DalĂ­ and Antonio Gaudi. The students will visit the St. Louis and the Kemper Art Museums. Prereq: Span 303 or 308E. In Spanish.
Course Attributes: FA AH; EN H; BU IS; AS HUM; AS LCD; GF AH; FA HUM; AR HUM

Section 01

Hispanic Art/Arte Hispano - 01
INSTRUCTOR: Braxs
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