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  • 1. CHAPTER 31What are the various styles that emerge in the late 1960?How does the concept of realism change ideologically?What is Super Realism/ Photo Realism?How does architecture change in this time period?What is meant by Post Modern Architecture?What is Environmental art?What is Socio-Conscious Art?What was the controversy with Government funded art?How did Feminism impact art?What impacted Neo Expressionism?How did the Vietnam memorial change the idea of what art and a memorial could be?
  • 2. 31.1 Chuck Close, Self-Portrait , 1997
  • 3. 31.2 Richard Estes, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum , 1979.
  • 4. 31.3 Duane Hanson, The Cowboy , 1995.
  • 5. 31.4 Ron Mueck, Mask II , 2001–2.
  • 6. 31.5 Constantin Brancusi, Sleeping Muse I , 1909–10.
  • 7. 31.6 Gilbert and George,The Singing Sculpture , 1971.
  • 8. 31.8 R. Buckminster Fuller, American Pavilion, Expo 67, Montreal , 1967.
  • 9. 31.9 Charles W. Moore and William Hersey, Piazza dItalia, New Orleans, 1978–79.
  • 10. 31.10 Michael Graves, Public Services Building , Portland, Oregon, 1980–82
  • 11. 31.11 I. M. Pei , Louvre Pyramid, Paris , 1988.
  • 12. 31.12 Richard Rogers, Lloyds Building, London , 1986.
  • 13. 31.13 Frank Gehry , Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum , Bilbao , Bilbao, Spain, 1993–97.

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