Title:

Czech Art of the Second Half of the 20th Century in Context

Code:ICUL (FAVU 1CU20st-L)
Ac.Year:2018/2019
Sem:Summer
Curriculums:
ProgrammeField/
Specialization
YearDuty
IT-BC-3BIT-Elective
IT-BC-3BIT1stElective
Language of Instruction:Czech
Credits:3
Completion:examination (written&verbal)
Type of
instruction:
Hour/semLecturesSeminar
Exercises
Laboratory
Exercises
Computer
Exercises
Other
Hours:260000
 ExamsTestsExercisesLaboratoriesOther
Points:1000000
Guarantor:Zikmund-Lender Ladislav, PhDr. (FFA)
Lecturer:Zikmund-Lender Ladislav, PhDr. (FFA)
Faculty:Faculty of Fine Arts BUT
Department:Department of Theory and History of Fine Arts FFA BUT
Schedule:
DayLessonWeekRoomStartEndLect.Gr.Groups
Tuelecture - Zikmund-LenderlecturesU2/327 14:0015:501BIA 1BIB 2BIA 2BIB 3BIT xx
 
Learning objectives:
  The aim is to present major figures, artistic works, artistic groups, programs and institutions of Czech modern and post-modern art between 1945 to 1990, to present contemporary way of thinking and characterize contemporary texts and manifestos.
Description:
  The course presents various topics from art, design and visual culture between 1945 to 1990. The art scenes is presented according to a late 1980s structure: political establishment, grey zone and counter-culture/underground. The course aims to address art as propaganda in Central-East European context, representation of the state, cultural politics, conditions for artistic work as well as artists outside the canon, at the margins of culture and society and illegal artists.
Knowledge and skills required for the course:
  Basic knowledge of Czech art between 1900-1945. 
Learning outcomes and competencies:
  Students will have a basic overview of artistic institutions, key figures and their work; they will be able to attribute key artistic works and they will be able to characterize artistic programs and groups of Czech art between 1945 to 1990.
Why is the course taught:
  The course aims to develop skills, knowledge and competency which are described further and meet all the defined targets, namely present significant subjects, artistic groups, programs an institutions of Czech art between 1900-1945.
Syllabus of lectures:
 
  1. War Groups: Ra a 7 v říjnu
  2. Last Modernists: Toyen, Zrzavý, Teige, Filla
  3. Revolution in 1948 in the visual arts, new institutions, official art 1948-1957
  4. Art outside the canon: Medek, Medková, Reynek
  5. From Brussels to Ósaka: State, architecture, design and public art in 1960s 
  6. Narmalizes institutions: Fond, Dílo, SVU and academies 
  7. Criticism and history of contemporary art and design: Chalupecký, Lamarová, Hlaváček, Jirousová
  8. New surrealism: Kolář, Nepraš, Pacík, Švankmajer
  9. Tactile art: Kolářová, Šimotová, Kučerová, Karlíková; Post-War art in Slovakia: Filko a Koller;
  10. New abstraction: Kolíbal, Malich, Sekal
  11. 1970s and 1980s official art and art of the grey zone
  12. Typography: Benda, Kaplický, Hlavsa, Rathouský, Vaněk
  13. Roots of performance and video art: Knížák, Vasulka, Pilař; Skupina 12/15, Tvrdohlaví
  14. Mutějovice 1983: Jetelová, Gebauer, Judl
Study literature:
 
  • Altmann, S.; Klimešová, M.; Kalinovská, M.: Magdalena Jetelová : Dotek doby / Touch of time. Praha 2017 (CS)
  • Budak, A.; Dostál, M.; Kolíbal, S.: Stanislav Kolíbal: Kresba za kresbou. Praha 2015 (CS)
  • Dorfles, G.: Sochy a projekty = Sculptures and projects. Řevnice 2012 (CS)
  • Chalupa, P.: Bohuslav Reynek (1892-1971). Řevnice 2011 (CS)
  • Karous, P.: Vetřelci a volavky: atlas výtvarného umění ve veřejném prostoru v Československu v období normalizace (1968-1989). Praha 2015 (CS)
  • Hlaváček, J.: Cvičení z estetiky. Praha 2007 (CS)
  • Klimešová, M.: Roky ve dnech: české umění 1945-1957. Řevnice; Praha 2010 (CS)
  • Kol. aut.: Skupina Ra: Josef Istler, Miloš Koreček, Ludvík Kundera, Bohdan Lacina, Zdeněk Lorenc, Vilém Reichmann, Václav Tikal, Václav Zykmund. Praha 1988 (CS)
  • Kol. aut.: Tvrdohlaví: [katalog výstavy skupiny Tvrdohlaví, Městské kulturní středisko Havířov, Výstavní síň V. Wünsche, červen-červenec 1989. Havířov 1989 (CS)
  • Klimešová, M.: Zbyněk Sekal. Řevnice 2015 (CS)
  • Nekvindová, T.: Automat na výstavu: československý pavilon na Expo 67 v Montrealu. Cheb 2017 (CS)
  • Nešlehová, M.: Jan Koblasa. Praha 2002 (CS)
  • Ševčík J., Morganová P. Dušková D., České umění 1938-1989, programy, kritické texty, dokumenty, Praha 2001 (CS)
  • Švácha, R.-Platovská, M. (eds.): Dějiny českého výtvarného umění 1939-1958. Praha 2005 (1 díl) (CS)
  • Švácha, R.-Platovská, M. (eds.): Dějiny českého výtvarného umění 1958-2000. Praha 2008 (2 díly) (CS)
  • Toman Tylová, B.: Jde o to, aby o něco šlo: typograf Oldřich Hlavsa. Praha 2015 (CS)
Controlled instruction:
  The minimum score for the written part of the exam is 51 % (written test).

Test.

Attendance compulsory.
 

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