Which Artistic Manifestations Would Define The 1970s?

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1. By the end of the 1960s, emerging artists were primarily interested in methods of
a. Surrealism
b. Abstract Expressionism
c. Pop Art
d. Neo-Dada

2. Which artistic manifestations would define the 1970s?
a. Painting
b. Sculpture
c. Installation
d. All of the above

3. Arroyo’s Among the Painters (1975) is based on the images of
a. Politicians
b. Famous painters
c. Art Dealers
d. None of the above

4. Which continental artist remained committed to Pop?
a. Arroyo
b. Erro
c. Dubuffet
d. Giacometti

5. Caulfield’s series Some Poems of Jules Laforgue (1973)
a. Illustrated poems of American Symbolist poet
b. Documents the positive aspects of modern life
c. Characterized by preoccupation with formal problems
d. None of the above

6. Hamilton’s series of multiples of Ricard carafe was inspired by
a. Duchamp
b. Apollinaire
c. Jasper Johns
d. Leo Castelli

7. Which of the following statements regarding Hamilton’s Just What Is It … (1992) is not true?
a. It is a remake of his early collage
b. The collaging elements were cut from various popular magazines
c. Hamilton commented on the lack of social progress
d. Hamilton made a reference to AIDS epidemic

8. After experimenting with landscape paintings, Ramos returned to pin-ups because
a. He followed the advise of his mentor Thiebaud
b. He was tired of painting landscapes
c. Of the poor critical reception
d. All of the above

9. How did Ramos’ pin-up paintings produced in the 1970s differ from his early works?
a. They were less sexualized
b. They were influenced by Feminist movement
c. They were based on the scenes from high art
d. They were based on contemporary ads

10. Peter Saul’s Dali advises the President (2004) accentuates
a. Bush’s intelligence
b. Dali’s artistic talent
c. Artist’s love for champagne
d. None of the above

11. What exhibition became a turning point in Lichtenstein’s career?
a. MoMa retrospective
b. Guggenheim restrospective
c. Tate retrospective
d. Whitney retrospective

12. Remaking works or styles from the past, Lichtenstein acknowledged
a. His identification with his famous historical rivals
b. His secondary position vis-à-vis his historical rivals
c. His inferiority complex
d. His contribution to the art of painting via his unique personal style

13. Which art styles were “quoted” by Lichtenstein in his Mural With Blue Brushstroke (1986)?
a. Cubism
b. Suprematism
c. Early Pop
d. All of the above

14. In his later works, Lichtenstein
a. Returned to autobiographical content
b. Commented on contemporary political events
c. Provided entertainment for sophisticated