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Exam I Study Guide PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO FILE SIZE RESTRICTIONS ON E-RES, THIS GUIDE HAS BEEN BROKEN INTO TWO SEPARATE FILES. YOU WILL FIND BOTH ON E-RES. The exam will have three parts. Part 1 will consist of five slide identifications. First, fully identify the slide (artist, title, date, and medium). Then give the significance of the image. Please consider not only the qualities of the image itself, but how it exemplifies the work of the artist, time period, and social conditions in which it was made. Significance may be given in the form of a paragraph OR as bullet points —whichever you prefer.
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will be a juxtaposition (compare/contrast) of two slides of my choosing, taken from the selection in this study guide. First, fully identify each slide. Then, in two to three paragraphs, discuss the issues that are raised by the comparison. Please do not just describe the two slides; the juxtaposition will involve not only formal qualities but social and contextual issues that are raised by the comparison, as well. Be sure that the points you make apply to both slides;
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