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  • 1. FOOD & SHELTER
  • 2. Food is essential for life itself. Pie Counter Wayne Thiebaud (1963)
  • 3. Many cultures use art to help secure, store and serve food.
  • 4. Securing the Food Supply Colorized version of original drawing Henry W. Elliott (1883)
  • 5. Witchetty Grub Dreaming Paddy C. Tjungurrayi 1980
  • 6. Tyi (Chi) Wara Dance Headdresses Bamana Culture (Africa 1947)
  • 7. There is No Escape Sue Coe (1987)
  • 8. Storing Food Heinz 57 Tomato Ketchup & Del Monte Freestone Peach Halves Andy Warhol 1964
  • 9. Women at the Fountain House Greek Hydria 520 BCE
  • 10. Feathered Baskets Pomo Tribe 1890
  • 11. Three-Legged Ting with Cover China 6th century BCE
  • 12. Eating Outdoors India 1650 Serving Food
  • 13. Saltcellar Afro-Portuguese 16th century Palm Wine Calabash Cameroon, Africa Late 19 th century
  • 14. Art often glorifies food. Six Persimmons Mu-Qi 13 th century
  • 15. Artichoke, Halved Edward Weston 1930
  • 16. Peanut Necklace Moche Culture (Peru) 300 BCE
  • 17. Act of Eating
  • 18. Halibut Feast Dish Stan Wamiss 2005 Feast Dish Charlie James (1907)
  • 19. Tea Bowl Japan 17 th century
  • 20. The Dinner Party Judy Chicago 1974-1979
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  • 23. Gnaw Janine Antoni 1992 Food as a Medium
  • 24. Shelter
  • 25. Cappadocian Rock-cut Dwellings Turkey 1 AD
  • 26. Clay Covered Huts Chad 1906
  • 27. Dogon Cliff Dwellings with Granaries Mali, Africa 1890
  • 28. Pueblo Bonito Anasazi (New Mexico) 11 th century
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  • 30. Habitat Moshe Safdie 1967
  • 31. Mesa Verde Anasazi 11 th century
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  • 33. House of Vettii Pompeii, Italy 65 CE
  • 34. Toba Batak House Sumatra, Indonesia 19 th -20 th centuries
  • 35. Falling Water Frank Lloyd Wright 1936
  • 36. Markets of Trajan Rome 100 CE Commercial Architecture
  • 37. Carson Pirie Scott & Company Louis H. Sullivan Chicago 1904 Bank of China I.M. Pei & Partners Hong Kong 1989
  • 38. U.S. Pavilion (Geodesic Dome) R. Buckminster Fuller Montreal 1967
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