UC Berkeley History of Art Department

Courses

Summer 2019

  • HA 80 | CCN: Introduction to Modern Art (Session D)

    Mathilde Andrews Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | 10:00 - 12:00PM

    This course introduces students to modern western art from the 1860s to the 1960s. It aims to demystify the “isms” of modern art—including Cubism, Expressionism, Fauvism, Impressionism, Minimalism, Modernism, Post-Impressionism, …

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  • HA 187AC | CCN: Race and Representation In The Twentieth Century in the United States (Session A)

    Grace Kuipers Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | 2:00 - 4:00PM

    This course draws on critical theories of race and representation to interrogate complex and sometimes vexing notions of race, ethnicity, visuality, surveillance, authorship, identity and appropriation in the historical context of the twentieth …

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  • R1B Section 1 | CCN: 13670Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Portraiture before Photography in Western Europe (Session A)

    Karine Douplitzky Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | 10:00 - 12:00PM

    For over five centuries, portraiture has been one of the most popular genres in Western art history. It is sufficient to mention Mona Lisa's enigmatic smile to convince us of the tremendous agency portraits exert upon generations of viewers. …

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  • R1B Section 2 | CCN: 13671Reading and Writing about Visual Experience: Portraiture before Photography in Western Europe (Session D)

    Karine Douplitzky Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | 12:00 - 2:00PM

    For over five centuries, portraiture has been one of the most popular genres in Western art history. It is sufficient to mention Mona Lisa's enigmatic smile to convince us of the tremendous agency portraits exert upon generations of viewers. …

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  • HA 188C | CCN: 15741Art and Resistance in Latin America (Session D)

    Lesdi Goussen Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | 2:00 - 4:00PM

    Under the violence of dictatorial regimes, social repression, and foreign intervention, artists across Latin America have historically turned to art and craft practices as a tool for demonstration. In light of recent scholarship and exhibitions …

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  • HA 134C | CCN: 15763Buddhist Art in the Modern & Contemporary World (Session D)

    Mary Lewine Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | 12:00 - 2:00PM

    In his 2011 “Dissected Buddha,” the Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso conjures a vision of the Buddha from stickers and cut collage to re-present a key moment in the Buddha’s biography. How to interpret this piece is a question best …

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  • No graduate courses available.