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Defend Earth from alien invaders
Painting of Virgen de Guadalupe from Basilica of Guadalupe in Tepeyac, early 16th century, Tempera painted on linen-cactus hemp cloth, possibly an acheiropoeita with human additions.
Story of Juan Diego and Bishop Zumarraga. Author: Jeanette Rodriguez
Kyoto, Katsura Imperial Villa, 17th C. Ranch built for Prince Toshihito and added to by Prince Noritada. Reading: Naito
Shows emphasis of irregularity and of the use of nature as ornamentation.
Screens that divided the room allow a little bit of light to pass through. Can be moved to partition space.
David, Death of Marat, 1793. Neo-classical revolution against Rococco style. French Revolution 1789
Cannova, Perseus, 1790-1801. meant to mimic statue of Apollo de Belvedre after it was taken by Napoleon. relates to Greenfield's elgin marbles debate.
Thorvaldsen, Night with her Children Sleep and Death, 1815. Made to be highly reproduced for consumption.
Schinkel, Altes Museum, 1822-30, facade. Example of neoclassical museum. Also the Met.
Daguerre, 1839, Paris Boulevard. Baudelaire reading, Barthes Camera Lucida reading.
Negre, 1851, Henri Le Secq on Notre Dame Cathedral
Le secq, Harbor at Dieppe, 1885
Cameron, Mrs. Herbert Duckworth, (Julia Jackson)1867. Depicts Virginia Woolf's mother.
Gericault, Raft of the Medusa, 1818-19.
Courbet, Burial at Ornans, 1849
Manet, Olympia, 1863 (exhibited 1865). Clark, Olypmia's Choice reading explains why this painting was so threatening and radical.
Monet, Boulevard des Capucines, 1873. Herbert Impressionism reading.
Caillebotte, Paris, Rainy Day,1877, 7x10 ft.
Cassat, At the Opera, 1879-80
Degas, Star Dancer, 1878
Carved Loango Tusk, 1870s
Nkisi N'kondi, Kongo, Late 19th century. Thomson.
Tumba (or ntadi), Late 19th century.
Samba. "When there was nothing else left.... Africa remained a daydream." 1997
Matisse, Le Bonheur de Vivre,1905-06
Picasso, Still Life with Chair Caning, 1912. Schapiro: Nature of Abstract Art, and Bois, Painting as Model, Kahnweiler's lesson.
Picasso, Guitar, Sheet Music, and Wine Glass, 1912
Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel, 1913
Domon Ken, Ogochi Village, Children Twirling Umbrellas, 1935. Domon Ken's essay Photographic Realism and the Salon.
Hamaya Hiroshi, Scaring Birds, Singing as They Go, 1940
Tomatsu, Kataoka Tsuyo, Nagasaki, 1961. Rubinfien, skin of a nation,
Shomei Tomatsu, The Pencil of the Sun, 1975.
Van Der Zee, Couple with Raccoon Coats, photograph, 1932
Douglas, "Aspects" panel 3: From Slavery to Reconstruction, 1934. Readings: Alain Locke and Richard Powell, Aaron Douglas.
Rivera, "Man At the Crossroads," 1932-33 (destroyed) mural for Rockefeller Center
Lawrence, Toussaint L'Ouverture, 1938
de Chirico, Song of Love, 1914. Crow, Modernism.
Magritte, The Treason of Images, 1928-29. Inscription says "this is not a pipe"
Hanson, Tourists II, 1998. Kelly, The Uncanny.
Beecroft, VB35, 1998
Sutemi, Wakasa House, Tokyo, 1939
Kenzo, Olympic Gymnasia, Tokyo, 1964
Isozaki, Tsukuba Center, 1979-83
Isozaki, Tsukuba Center, 1979-83. Example of mannerist architecture where he cites and distorts older forms of architecture. Critique of failure of govt. by making it a negative version of Capitoline Plaza.
Yoshio Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2004
Powers, Bible Quilt, 1895-98. Combination of Native American piecework quilt tradition and African Applique quilting technique with the inclusion of African symbols.
Martinez, gunmetal water jar with fluted rim, c1956-65
Lin, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1981-82: memorial and site