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12+Modernisms+of+the+Americas - Aaron Douglas Aspects of...

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Recitation 12: Week of April 18, 2011 Modernisms in the Americas
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** Marcel Duchamp,  Fountain 1917. Readymade sculpture.  Photograph by Alfred Stieglitz. (Stokstad 31-30)  Readymade
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Alfred Stieglitz,  Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain 1917. Photograph. Marsden Hartley,  The Warriors 1913.
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** Tarsila do Amaral,  Abapor ú  (The One Who Eats) , 1928. Oil on canvas. (Stokstad  31-71)
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Hartman Schede,  Monstrous Races of the  World  in the  Nuremberg Chronicle , 1493. 
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Unformatted text preview: ** Aaron Douglas, Aspects of Negro Life: From Slavery through Reconstruction , 1934. Oil on canvas. (Stokstad 31-63) ** Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater (Edgar Kaufman House), Mill Run, Pennsylvania, 1937.(Stokstad 31-43) Timothy O’Sullivan, Ancient Ruins in the Cañon de Chelle, New Mexico, 1874. Q: Discuss the ways in which each of these works can be considered modern. VOCABULARY- readymade...
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