Art Management Master Course: Museum, Informalism & Abstract Expressionism
This week we focus on the Histories and Functions of Museum. Firstly, there are four main categories of Museum such as archaeological, scientific, historical and minor arts, therefore during class we study several leaflets and websites of various museums for analyzing their categories as well as functions which includes collection, exhibition, investigation and education. Besides theory, this week I went to two art exhibitions of contemporary art, one presents at Macelli Pubblici in Prato, while another presents at Palazzo Medici Riccardi in Florence, in this way I got more concepts about the general topic – Museum.
Museum is an interesting topic because it is not only “exhibitions” in surface, in behind it reaches wide range of history, communication, education, management, marketing, hospitality, etc. which are equally important. I find a great pleasure in acquiring the knowledge above.
Exhibitions TU35 at Macelli Pubblici
Exhibitions Dali meets Dante at Palazzo Medici Riccardi
Meanwhile, Informalism and Abstract Expressionism are parts of the lessons. Professor introduced the related artists such as Emilio Vedova (Italian), Kazuo Shiraga (Japanese), Hans Hartung (German-French), Willem De Hooning (Dutch- American) as well as their works. Below there are two paintings that impressed me when watching during class.
同時，非正式主義及抽象表現主義也是這星期的課堂內容，教授介紹了有關的藝術家如Emilio Vedova (意大利), Kazuo Shiraga (日本), Hans Hartung (德國-法國), Willem De Hooning (荷蘭-美國) 等及其作品風格。圖片是課堂上觀看的部份材料。
Emilio Vedova – Crocifissione Contemporanea – Ciclo Della Protesta N.4
Willem De Hooning – Two Women In The Country
另一位是抽象表現主義的荷蘭・美國籍藝術家Willem De Hooning。