0114. WHO IS THE GREATEST ARTIST OF THE 20th CENTURY?

10:30 - 12:30 pm Fridays, November 22 - December 13*

* No class on November 29 due to holiday.
3 Sessions
Fee: $90.00
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WHO IS THE GREATEST ARTIST OF THE 20th CENTURY?

The rapid evolution of Modernist art -which saw movements as varied as Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Pop Art- produced a wide array of towering artistic talents. For some critics, artists like Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keefe, Marcel Duchamp, Jackson Pollack, and Andy Warhol defined the 20th Century; for others, the greatest achievements of Modernism have yet to be fully appreciated, with artists such as Francis Bacon, Hilma af Klint, Jack Whitten, Robert Mapplethorpe, or Lee Krasner being seen as increasingly important. This course will explore a wide range of artistic achievements (both well-known and barely-known) in an effort to address a possibly unanswerable question: Who is the greatest 20th Century artist?

About the Lecturer

Christopher Parrott

Christopher Parrott is a Contemporary Realist painter whose work has been exhibited and collected internationally for over two decades, and featured in art publications such as Art Forum, Art Papers, and New American Paintings. Educated at Pratt Institute, he followed that degree with a post-college tenure at the Barnstone Studios, studying Classical design systems and Art History. Among numerous other locations, he has recently been featured in a gallery exhibition entitled Modern Masters in New York City, and has regularly participated in Basel art fairs both in Miami and Switzerland.