Cai Guo-Qiang. Footprints of History: Fireworks for the Opening Ceremonies
of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. 2008.
Cai Studio. [Fig. 1-1]
Herzog & de Meuron. The Birds NestBeijing National Stadium. 20042008.
Xiaoyang Liu/Corbis. [Fig. 1-2]
Sylvie Fleury. Serie ELA 75/K (Plumpity .Plump). 2000.
Gold-plated shopping cart, plexiglas handle with vinyl text, rotating
pedestal (mirror, aluminum, motor). 32-3/4 x 37-3/4 x 21-5/8 in.
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich. [Fig.
Wall painting with three horses facing one another, Chauvet, Ardche Gorge,
c. 30,000 BCE.
Ministere de la Culture et des Communication. [Fig. 17-1]
Woman (once known as the Venus of Willendorf), Lower Austria.
c. 25,00020,000 BCE.
Large Seated Buddha with Standing Bodhisattva, from Cave 20, Yungang,
Shanxi Province, China. Northern Wei dynasty, c. 46070 CE.
Stone. height 44 ft.
Werner Forman / Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 18-1]
The Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem. late 680s91.
Claude Perrault, with Louis Le Vau and Charles Lebrun. east facade of the
Louvre, Paris. 166770.
Achim Bednorz, Koln. [Fig. 20-1]
Nicolas Poussin. Landscape with St. John on Patmos. 1640.
Oil on canvas. 40 53-1/2 in.
A. A. Munger Collection, 1930.500. Th
Eadweard Muybridge. Annie G, Cantering, Saddled. December 1887.
Collotype print. sheet: 19 24 in., image: 7-1/2 16-1/8 in.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art / Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 12-1]
Poster for the Cinmatographe, with the Lumire Brothers film LArroseur
Philip Johnson and John Burgee. College of Architecture, University of
Photo: Richard Payne, FAIA. [Fig. 15-1]
Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. House of Education. 177379.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress. [Fig. 15-2]
Philip Johnson and John Bur
Leonardo da Vinci. Study of Human Proportion: The Vitruvian Man. c. 1492.
Pen and ink drawing. 13-1/2 9-5/8 in.
Cameraphoto Arte, Venice / Art Resource, NY. [Fig. 8-1]
Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic. The Rasin Building, also known as the
Dancing House or G
Joseph Paxton, Lithograph by Charles Burton. Crystal Palace, Great
Exposition, London. Aeronautic View of the Palace of Industry for All
Nations, from Kensington Gardens, published by Ackerman (1851). 1851.
Iron, glass, and wood. 1,848 408 ft.