Fine Arts Society Event!
November 5th- High Museum of Art
We are going to go see Picasso and Warhol on November 5th at the High!
$15 with Student ID. $18 without an ID if you forgot. We are meeting in front of McCain at 12:00 PM to travel as a group by MARTA if buses are not available.
Picasso to Warhol will present more than 100 works of art created by 14 of the most iconic artists from the 20th century: Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Constantin Brancusi, Piet Mondrian, Fernand Léger, Marcel Duchamp, Giorgio De Chirico, Joan Miró, Romare Bearden, Alexander Calder, Jackson Pollock, Louise Bourgeois, Jasper Johns and Andy Warhol. The exhibition will be one of the largest concentrations of modern art masterpieces to ever be exhibited in the southeastern United States.
The achievements of these pioneers of modern art will be presented in depth, exploring each artist’s stylistic development and highlighting their role in the most important artistic developments of the twentieth century, including the invention of Cubism, the emergence of abstraction and the development of Surrealism. Highlights of the exhibition include: Henri Matisse’s Dance (I), 1909; Pablo Picasso’s Girl Before a Mirror, 1932, and Night Fishing at Antibes, 1939; Jasper Johns’s Map, 1961; Andy Warhol’s Self-Portrait, 1966; Constantin Brancusi’s Bird in Space, 1928; and Jackson Pollock’s, Number 1A, 1948.
Movie Opportunity At the High! ($18 combined with Admission for Matinee)-
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The Chelsea Girls
Saturday, November 05, 2011 8:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
1966. USA. Directed by Andy Warhol.
Perpetual voyeur Andy Warhol peeps into the tarnished jewel lives of 1960’s New York underworld celebrities. In this unique double projection, split screen film, a look at the happenings in eight different rooms at the infamous Chelsea Hotel is garishly revealed. In addition to starring beautiful boys and girls who spent time drinking, dancing and taking drugs at The Factory, we also meet a lesbian junkie and her dealer, a dominatrix and the outrageous “Pope of Greenwich Village”. Called a burlesque, a soap opera as well as a Greek tragedy, The Chelsea Girls reveals the desperation of drug addiction, and the cold terror of fame without preparation.
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