Lecture 8 - Lecture 8 1. Foot of constantinemonument the...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 8 1. Foot of constantinemonument the size of a human woman 2. Fusli, 1960s, a. the artist moved by the grandure of ancient ruins b. Why is the late eighteencentury artist moved to tears. c. So enormous was thepast that the present dosen't live up to it. 3. Clock tower in Florence, by Paolo Uccelo a. Four roundels, the four evangelists who wrote the bible b. John, Matthew, Luke and Mark on corners looking down. c. All painted in style of "Uonpe L'oeil" d. Goes counterclockwise, 24 hour clock begins at dusk e. Day start at sundown. 4. Florence Cathedral a. Batistry(?) b. Was built by the romans, art history not very clear 5. Longdure, Robert Smithson a. Spiral Jedi b. Spirals in inside of extending out c. Land sculpture, earthwork, made during the same time as the Earth Room d. Great Salt Lake e. Gesture of how mankind can use the land to create art f. Entrophy, g. Cosmo, metaphorical clock of times...
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2008 for the course ARTHIST V55.0720 taught by Professor Silver during the Spring '08 term at NYU.

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Lecture 8 - Lecture 8 1. Foot of constantinemonument the...

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