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Copy of: Re: Cubism

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gwen shackleton (100602.1315)
22 Nov 96 17:06:13 EST

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From: gwen shackleton, 100602,1315
TO: Becky Alexander, INTERNET:Bekalex
CC: artsednetemail, INTERNET:artsednet
DATE: 11/21/96 10:27 PM

RE: Copy of: Re: Cubism

Surely the whole idea behind Cubism and many other art movements is that each
one relates to a different interpretation of the word "realism"....... a
philosophical debate which we spend hours on (whilst continuing with studio
work) in my High school art classroom. The students in my Studio Art class (a
mixed 10th through 12th grade elective class) are taking a whirlwind tour of
20thC art movements through practical exercises, and I feel sure that their
ideas of "realism" and "reality" have changed considerably since studying and
producing work based on Impressionism, Cubism, Futurism and now SurREALISM......
Gwen Shackleton
Art Department
International School of Brussels

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