Judy Baca -- artist & activist Jean- Michel Basquiat-- American graffiti artist and painter
Mario Testino-- photographer Rufino Tamayo-- painter
Wifredo Lam -- Cuban & Chinese artist Salvador Dalí -- surrealist painter
Joan Miró- painter & sculptor Antoni Tapies-- painter and sculptor
Joaquin Sorolla-- painter Pablo Picasso -- Picasso
Antoni Gaudi-- architect José Clemente Orozco - muralist
Roberto Matta-- Chilean painter Diego Rivera -- painter and muralist
Frida Kahlo -- painter Eduardo Chillida -- Spanish sculptor
Take notes in a google doc with your partner. Use a different font for each person. Your research is individual. You will find much of the same info as your partner. Later you will compare the info you both found. Label the fonts so I know who is writing what.
Avoid cutting and pasting. Read something. Write a short summary or bullet points.
Include images, including a photo of the artist.
YOU MUST HAVE LINKS TO YOUR SOURCES. IMAGES INCLUDED.
Search for this info .... individually!! You are not dividing up the questions below with your partner.
Who ……. are they?
What ...... is their cultural heritage/cultural background?
What …. kind of art did they create? Be specific. Add images into your notes. At least 5.
Where …. were they born? …… did they live? …. did they die?
When ….. did they live? …. did they die? (How did they die?)
Why ….. are they famous?
What ….. inspired them?
What …. did their art represent? (peace, chaos, turmoil, oppression, war, harmony, progress, etc.)
Where …. did they go to art school? (Did they go to art school?)
Where ….. can you see their art? Be specific. Don’t just say “Mexico”
What ….. do you think about their art? …. Is your reaction to their artwork?
Can ….. You see their art anywhere in Chicago? (Go to the Art Institute website and look them up, see if any works are “on display.” I’m happy to help if you can’t find this info.