GALLER T SCHOOL RESOURCE 14 OCT 2017 4 FEB 2018

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USING THE INQUIRY LEARNING MODEL,RESEARCH DEVELOP RESOLVE REFLECT. GETTING TO KNOW,GERHARD RICHTER S PRACTICE, Richter exploits the materiality of the printed image. and the physicality of paint, View Gerhard Richter s 1996 self portrait It appears. to be realistic however the paint is blurred,INVESTIGATE why Richter blurs the appearance. of some of his paintings,RESEARCH two of Richter s works painted.
from photographs one of his family and one,featuring a celebrity taken from a newspaper. Self portrait 836 1 1996 Oil on linen 51 x 46cm Gift of Jo Carole and. Ronald S Lauder and Committee on Painting and Sculpture Funds Collection. The Museum of Modern Art New York,COMPARE these two works painted from. photographs,DEFINE vanitas and list some of its,traditional symbols. DISCUSS whether vanitas as an art historical,term is suitable in describing Richter s. contemporary still life works, Skull 548 1 1983 Oil on canvas 55 x 50cm Permanent loan.
from a private collection Gerhard Richter Archive Dresden Germany. ACTIVITY 1,Find an old photo, Note If your photo is a hard copy you may need to get. permission from a parent guardian to use the image. Keep the original image intact create a hard copy,printout or photocopy the original photo. Print two or three copies If possible print the image. onto heavy cartridge paper,The aim is to create a greyscale copy of the. original image Here is an example the original image left and the. greyscale image right,YOU WILL NEED, Your photocopied image a variety of paintbrushes palette and palette knife paint water and a rag. STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3, Mix either black and white paint Match the tones of your mixed Apply thick layers of paint impasto.
or burnt umber and white to paints with the tones of the over the photocopy. create a greyscale palette photocopied image, Note Once you start applying the paint it will cover the information of the image If you start to lose too much. detail refer to one of your extra copies,1 While the paint is still wet use a dry brush to. feather the paint horizontally across the image,2 If the effect doesn t appear obvious. add more paint then feather the paint again,3 If the effect appears smeared rather than. feathered wait until the paint is dry then,attempt the technique again.
4 Work the image until the desired effect is,achieved refer to the example on the far right. Was it easy to create this feathering effect Did the. amount of pressure you applied to your brush affect WRITE an artwork statement describing. the outcome how your image relates to the theme of memory. Consider the difference between how you read,the image and how someone who doesn t know. the person in the portrait may interpret the image. Does the blurring technique alter the meaning,of the original photograph. ACTIVITY 2,Richter has taken many photographs of landscapes. that are familiar to him,1 In Meadowland 1985 observe how Richter.
has maintained a degree of detail through,balancing areas of soft blurring with areas. that appear focused,2 Photograph a landscape that is familiar to you. 3 Print two or three copies of your photo in colour. Create a colour palette to match the colours and,tones of your photo. 4 Using a variety of brushes soft and hard bristles. thick and thin paint over your photo using an Meadowland 572 4 1985 Oil on canvas 90 5 x 94 9cm The Museum of. Modern Art New York Blanchette Rockefeller Betsy Babcock and Mrs Elisabeth. impasto thick paint Once complete use a dry Bliss Parkinson Funds 1985 Collection The Museum of Modern Art New York. brush to feather the paint across the surface,GETTING TO KNOW MORE ABOUT. GERHARD RICHTER S PRACTICE, Why is Gerhard Richter considered one Painting has to retain something.
of the world s most important living artists incomprehensible. What is abstraction GERHARD RICHTER 2011,Who is famous for making large abstract paintings. Richter s artworks vary from small photorealistic, Hint Research a painting called Blue poles 1952 portraits and landscapes to large scale abstracts. in the collection of the National Gallery of His approach to painting is both traditional and. Australia Canberra experimental His experimentation has been described. How has photography evolved over time as endless inventiveness Do you think this is true. of Richter s approach Explain your answer, Consider photography s effect on our understanding. of reality and truth Photographic images sometimes. take on a life of their own People and events DEVELOPING. political and social change celebrity culture historical ENDLESS INVENTIVENESS. moments become instantly recognisable through,images that are disseminated widely. Richter s abstract works have been produced, Have you noticed that Richter blurs the surface using a squeegee a blade of rubber fixed to a.
of some of his paintings wooden support Using a squeegee allows the. Do you wonder why he does this artist to simultaneously add new layers of paint. and scrape away lower layers to reveal bursts of,colour in organic shapes. Richter considers chance to be a universal condition. GROUP RESEARCH ACTIVITY and he has employed chance deliberately in the. creation of some of his artworks,Work together in small groups to respond. to these prompts How could you employ elements of chance. in your own art making,Consider the evolution of photography. from developing images using metal plates,to creating digital files. Often I am amazed at how much, Develop a diagram to illustrate your better chance is than I am.
knowledge of digital photography,GERHARD RICHTER 1986. ACTIVITY 1, The squeegee technique 2 Mix acrylic paint with an impasto medium. Research the screenprinting process to produce a thick paint Apply this mix to a. canvas using a palette knife Allow the paint to,1 Create a screenprint by using a silk screen. dry for ten minutes then scrape it back down,Place various colours of acrylic paint at the. to the canvas before applying another colour,top of the screen Using a squeegee pull the.
colours through the screen onto a piece of Repeat this process a few times. paper Allow the paint to dry then turn the 3 Apply various colours of acrylic paint to a. paper 90 degrees and do another print on stretched canvas using a brush or palette knife. top of your existing print using a different Allow the surface to dry a little it should. set of colours feel tacky to touch then apply cling wrap to. cover the paint Pull off the cling wrap to see,the effect you ve created. ACTIVITY 2 ACTIVITY 3, 1 Create a collection of images clippings 1 Ema Nude on a staircase Ed 80 1992. from magazines and newspapers your own pays homage to Marcel Duchamp s Nude. photos and make your own version of descending a staircase No 2 1912 a painting. Richter s Atlas overview 1962 ongoing in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum. of Art Consider how artworks and images are,2 Create a still life and paint the arrangement. appropriated by artists to create new artworks,using pastels Try to recreate a blurred. and meanings for a contemporary audience,image by avoiding crisp outlines and blending.
the pastels as you work 2 Research how a tapestry is made and. consider why Richter would embrace this,3 Take a photo of someone in your family. medium as a form of image making,Use Photoshop filters to manipulate. the photo to create a painterly effect,Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art. Stanley Place South Bank Brisbane,PO Box 3686 South Brisbane. Queensland 4101 Australia MAJOR PARTNER HOTEL PARTNER SUPPORTED BY. W qagoma qld gov au, Published in conjunction with Gerhard Richter The Life of Images held at the Gallery of Modern.
Art Brisbane Australia 14 October 2017 4 February 2018. Queensland Art Gallery 2017, This work is copyright Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 no part. may be reproduced without prior written permission from the publisher No illustration in this. publication may be reproduced without the permission of the copyright owners. This resource has been developed by QAGOMA Learning Staff with assistance from. Teacher Advisory Group members Andrew Peachey and Angela Brown and David Burnett. Curator International Art QAGOMA, All Gerhard Richter artwork images courtesy The artist and the Gerhard Richter Atelier. Gerhard Richter 2017, Photograph of the artist courtesy Gerhard Richter Archive Gerhard Richter 2017 19072017 Funding for insurance has also been provided through the Queensland. All activity photography courtesy Andrew Peachey Government Exhibition Indemnification Scheme administered by Arts Queensland. 14 OCT 2017 4 FEB 2018 SCHOOL RESOURCE Gerhard Richter s art practice encompasses a range of processes concepts and contexts suitable for teachers to apply to relevant year levels This resource is designed to stimulate observation thinking interpretation and analysis by exploring Richter s painting techniques and approaches to image making Gerhard Richter is one of the most

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