Student’s Name Course Date Anselm Keifer’s Burning Rods Historical cultures associated with the piece of art. Burning rods was designed by Anselm Kiefer to depict a direct reflection of his dark cultural past and the unrealized potential that he had over e years. The painter who had for many years anticipated showing the world what he had and felt could change the world used his paintings on a large scale a confrontational scale which was well suited for the subjects. He looked for the various signatures and names of important persons within the society who were considered as legendary figures. That is the key reason why Keifer’s work was related to symbolism and Neo-Expressionism. He further indicates the components and their uniqueness of the burning rod art. It focuses on the early work of Keifer and most of his later paintings and the way it has been accepted. Kirk Christy R. Finding Cathartic Beauty in Trauma and Abjection. Diss. Washington University 2014. In this book the author depicts some of the unique components that Keifer used in most of his paintings and the general picture it portrayed in the society. Considering his focus on tragic occurrences in the society the uniqueness of the components put more emphasis on what took place. We can understand the aspect of destruction through the paintings of burning rod that he emphasized in this book. [...]
The paper must be 2 ½ pages in length, 12 point font with one-inch margins, double-spaced, proofread and spellchecked. A minimum of 2 sources should be used during research. Always cite the artwork itself in addition to your required sources. See the link to the Purdue Online Writing Lab under "Resources" for citation help. No more than ONE source may be from the internet. Include a bibliography of cited sources.YOU MUST INCLUDE 1- Historical cultures associated with the piece of art. 2- Historical movements associated with art and artist. 3- Materials and Mediums used to create the art. 4- Who is the artist? 5 – Your personal critique of the artwork.Use specific art vocabulary (line quality, shape, composition, etc.) to describe the subjects and articulate the similarities and differences of the subjects.