Understand and contextualize the process of autonomy of art within the scope of the relation between ethics and aesthetics.
Identify the speceficity of artistic languages and the associated theory problematization.
Rita Andreia Silva Pinto de Macedo
Weekly - 4
Total - 62
IGNOREES E OUTROS TEXTOS DE REFERÊNCIA
ADORNO, T., 1982.
ADORNO, T., 1991.
ADORNO, T., HORKHEIMER, Max, 1997.
ARGAN, G. C., 1988.
BAYER, Raymond, 1993.
BELTING, Hans, 1989.
BENJAMIN, Walter, 1992.
DAMISCH, Hubert, 1984.
DAMISCH, Hubert, 1993.
EAGLETON, Terry, 2000.
ECO, Umberto, 1986.
ECO, Umberto, 1989.
FERRY, Luc, 2003.
FOCILLON, H. , 2001.
GOODMAN, Nelson, 1995.
GOODMAN, Nelson, 1990.
GOMBRICH, E.H., 1990.
HAUSER, Arnold, 1978.
HEIDEGGER, Martin, 1991.
JAUSS, Hans Robert, 1993.
KRAUSS, Rosalind, 1996.
LYOTARD, Jean-François, 1986.
MARCUSE, H., 1999.
MERLEAU-PONTY, Maurice, 1945.
MERLEAU-PONTY, Maurice, 1982.
MONTEIRO, Paulo Filipe, 1996.
MOULIN, Raymonde, 1967.
MOULIN, Raymonde, 1992.
PREZIOSI, Donald, 1989.
SCHAEFFER, Jean-Maie, 1998.
VENTURI, Lionello, 1998.
WÖLFFLIN, H., 1996.
Lectures supported by audiovisual materials. Seminars with presentation and discussion of key texts for understanding the main topics of the curricular unit.
Lectures are followed by students’questions and exercises aimed at developing critical abilities.
Continuous assessment will have three parts: a written test, group presentation and discussion of an article, participation in the weekly debates
Assessment has two components:
1. theoretical- practical component - 2/3 of the final grade
2 theoretical component - test including all the subjects covered in the syllabus 1/3 of the final grade
Exam: students who do not obtain at least of 9.5 out 20 in the theorectical-practical may take an exam. The grade of the exam replaces only the classification of the theortical part (1/3 relative to the test)
1. The role of Art Theory in the Conservation of art objects.
2. The status of art: from Greece to Contemporary times.
2.1 Pre-socratics, Plato and Aristotle.
2.2 Medieval times and Renaissance.
2.3 The introduction of subjectivism. Notions of subject in modern thought
3. The Enlightenment and the "scientific revolution"
4. The role of Academies in the affirmation and legitimation of the artwork.
4.1 Consequences of the appearance of the French Salon.
5. The birth of criticism and its consequences on the legitimacy of the works. Artistic and aesthetic value. Artistic creation and aesthetic judgment.
5.1 The Museum as the place of consecration of the work. The art market. Work of art, art object and aesthetic pleasure.
6. The notions of Beauty and Modernity in Charles Baudelaire.
7. Notions of temporality in modernity. The consecration of the historic monument
8 . From modern to postmodern. Materialisms, Feminisms, LGBTI, Post Colonial studies.