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An artwork can fit into only one of the following categories: performance art, conceptual art, installation art.


An artwork that consists of cutting off someone’s tie and pouring shampoo on his head would best be described as ________.

performance art

Andy Warhol used commercial processes to create many of his works because ________.

he wanted his work to have a depersonalized and mass-produced quality

As an artist, Marina Abramovic is known for her ________.

d. extreme performance pieces

Barbara Kruger’s Untitled (Your Gaze Hits the Side of My Face):

a. employs her background as a graphic designer in its use of text and image

Conceptual art emphasizes ________.

the ideas behind the artwork over its realization

Donald Judd ordered the boxes for his "Untitled" artwork, made in 1967, from a factory.


Donald Judd’s Untitled (1967) is part of which


Jackson Pollock is known for:

c. splashing, pouring, and dripping paint onto a canvas as he walked around it on the floor

Jackson Pollock made paintings by:

dripping paint onto a canvas on the floor

Jackson Pollock’s Number 1A is ________.

so large that it dominates the viewer’s field of vision

Kasimir Malevich was part of which movement?


Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain is an example of ________.


Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 was ________ the Armory Show in 1913.

seen as scandalous by viewers at

Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 was shocking because of the nudity it contained.


Marina Abramovic’s The Artist Is Present took ________ to complete.

3 months

Mark Rothko wanted his paintings at the Rothko
Chapel ________.

to create an environment that transported the viewer beyond everyday reality

artworks that track the movements and gestures the artist makes during their production

action painting

a general tendency, as well as an art movement originating in the 1960s, that emphasizes the ideas behind an artwork over any material production to represent those ideas

conceptual art

artworks that transform the surrounding space in order to become environmental artworks, construction of an intentional environment as a completed artwork.


art so large it cannot be displayed in commercial galleries, difficult or impossible to sell or to see, uniting art with life, sculpture with nature.


Pop Art aimed to undermine the "high art" tendency to value only works that were "original" and "unique."


Roy Lichtenstein challenged traditional notions of the subject matter and appearance of fine art painting by embracing everyday subjects.


The artist of Unique Forms of Continuity in Space ________ the art movements and traditions of the past.

wanted to leave behind

The formal element that Mark Rothko focused on
is ________.


The medium of Kazimir Malevich’s Suprematist Painting: White on White is:

oil on canvas

The medium of Umberto Boccioni’s Unique Forms of Continuity in Space is ________.


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