Historia e teorias da arte

TeSP - Design Multimédia
4 ECTS; 1º Ano, 1º Semestre, 45,0 TP

- Jorge Morarji dos Remédios Dias Mascarenhas


It is intended that the students are able to:
- Know historically and culturally Western Art (from antiquity to the present day)
-Demonstrate some ability to observe and analyze a work of art
- Understand the mechanisms that an art work can end
- Understand the mechanisms of representation

- Concept art and work of art
- Artistics disciplines
- Art work components
- Criteria to review and evaluate
- Representation mechanisms
- Brief introduction to film theory
I- Prehistoric Art (short reference)
II- Classical Antiquity: the Near East Ancient Egyptian, Aegean, Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Early Christian and Byzantine
III- The Middle Ages to the nineteenth century: Medieval, Romanesque, Gothic, Italian of the century XII and XIV, XV century northern Europe, Renaissance, Mannerism, Reformation, Baroque, Enlightenment, Romanticism
IV- Art in nineteenth to twenty-first century: (about 60 movements) Positivism, Realism, Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Symbolism, Impressionism, Vienna Secession, Fauvism, Die Bruke, Expressionism, Cubism, De Stil, Dada, Bauhaus, New objectivity, Surrealism, New York Photo, Popo Art ....
V-Theory and History of Design
-Evolution materials (trends and techniques)

Evaluation Methodology
Continuous assessment
- A research work (Tp)
- Test done in class (F)
End average (F+2P)/3
Aprove: more or equal 9,5
Admission to the exam students with a grade lower than 9.5 as a result of continuous assessment.
Exam: research work

- Pugh, S. (1990). TOTAL DESIGN. London: Addison-wesley Publishing Company
- Eimert, D. (2013). ART OF THE 20TH CENTURY. London: Parkstone International
- Schneckenburger, . (1999). ARTE DO SEC. XX. London: Tachen

Method of interaction
Classes of History and Teory of Art and Design are taught based on observation and analysis commented chronological works of art taking into account always the artistic and socio-economic framework of the time

Software used in class