our milestones for Module Six: Compose introduction to exhibition; choose and annotate two objects/works of art.Please design a fictional museum exhibition—cast either in the form of a PowerPoint (or PDF) presentation or traditional essay response—that in your opinion (and based on readings, assignments, discussion, and other course materials), best exemplifies what is distinctly “modern” about modern art. You are required to choose at least three works of art/objects for this assignment, which may be gleaned from lecture notes, museum websites, readings, or your textbook. You may select any painting, sculpture, building, or graphic or decorative object that you wish so long as it falls within the scope of the course.After making your selections, please provide a detailed and thoughtful rationale for each choice in the form of a few short paragraphs. You may want to consider issues related to style, subject, form, context, symbolism, medium, and reception, among others (be sure to include your own opinion as well). It goes without saying that you should include a reproduction/image of each selection along with your finished project.Don’t be afraid to really capitalize on the creative component of your project. You should blend your own opinion and hard evidence (in support of these opinions) on the topic of “modernity.” (This is where the mix of personal insight and scholarship comes in.) Above all else, though, have fun—be thorough and be critical, but don’t make this project out to be more difficult than it really is.
Guidelines for Submission: Written components of projects must follow these formatting guidelines when applicable: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and MLA citations.