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					                                      AHST 3320 Section 501
                                    Course in Contemporary Art
                                      Kinetics of Urban Sprawl
                                     Dr. Charissa N. Terranova
                                             Spring 2008
                                         Monday, 7:00-9:45
                                             02.18.2008
                                      Mid-Term Exam Review


The midterm exam is Monday, March 3. It will be divided into two sections. In the first portion
you will be asked to identify twenty slides, providing the name of the artwork or building, the artist
or architect and the date it was executed within five years. The second portion will be devoted to
short-answer questions (answerable in bullet points), fill-in-the-blank, and matching.

SLIDES:
   1. André Le Nôtre, plan of the grounds and gardens of Versailles, designed 1661-1668,
       constructed 1662-1690
   2. Charles Bridgeman, William Kent, James Gibbs, Lancelot Capability Brown, Stowe
       Landscape Graden, 1730-80
   3. Peletiah Webster, Thomas Jefferson, Public Land Survey, 1781; 1784
   4. Adolphe Alphand, Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Paris, 1867
   5. Frederick Law Olmsted, Central Park, NYC, 1858
   6. Chicago Loop, Currier and Ives Bird’s Eye View Map, c. 1880
   7. Henry Hudson Parkway, NYC, 1933-37
   8. Richard Hamilton, Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So
       Appealing? 1956
   9. Richard Hamilton, $he, 1958
   10. Tom Wesselmann, Still Life #20, 1962
   11. Tom Wesselmann, Still Life #30, 1963
   12. Tom Wesselmann, Great American Nude No. 6, 1963
   13. Tom Wessselmann, Bedroom Painting No. 13, 1969
   14. Mel Ramos, Manet’s Olympia, 1973-74
   15. Claes Oldenburg, The Store, 1961-62
   16. Claes Oldenburg, Hamburger, Popsicle, and Price, 1962
   17. Claes Oldenburg, Bedroom Ensemble, 1963
   18. Roy Lichtenstein, Blang, 1962
   19. Roy Lichtenstein, Eddie Diptych, 1962
   20. Roy Lichtenstein, Little Big Painting, 1965
   21. Andy Warhol, 200 Campbell’s Soup Cans, 1962
   22. Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe 2 Panels, 1962
   23. Andy Warhol, Triple Elvis, 1963
   24. Andy Warhol, The Week That Was, 1963
   25. Ford Mystere, Concept Car, 1955
   26. JR Davidson, 540 South Barrington, West LA, 1945
   27. Ralph Rapson, Hypothetical Lot, 1945
   28. Richard Neutra, 219 Chautauqua Way, Pacific Palisades, 1947
   29. Charles Eames, 203 Chautauqua Way, Pacific Palisades, “Eames House,” 1945
   30. Pierre Koenig, 9036 Wonderland Park Avenue, LA, 1958
   31. Pierre Koenig, 1635 Woods drive, LA, 1959
   32. A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons, Study for 260 Houses in 140-Acre Tract, San
       Fernando Valley, 1961
   33. Quincy Jones, Gabled Roof, 1955
   34. Claude Oakland, Gallery House Plan BC-413, 1963
   35. Charles and Ray Eames, Splint Prototype, 1943
   36. Charles and Ray Eames, La Chaise, 1948
   37. Charles and Ray Eames, 7-Screen project for 1959 American National Exhibition in
       Moscow
   38. George Nelson, Coconut Chair, 1955
   39. Nelson Office/George Nelson, Chrysler Exhibition Pavilion, 1963
   40. John Lautner, Googie’s Sunset Boulevard, 1949
   41. Stanley C. Meston, McDonald’s, 1952
   42. Russel Wright, American Modern Dinnerware, 1939
   43. Robert Venturi, Vanna Venturi House, Chestnut Hill, PA
   44. Robert Venturi, Guild House, Philadelphia, 1962
   45. Site Projects, Inc., Peeling Project, Richmond, VA, 1972
   46. John Portman, Bonaventure Hotel, LA, 1976
   47. Eero Saarinen, Kresge Auditorium, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1956
   48. Eero Saarinen, Kresge Chapel, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1956
   49. Eero Saarinen, General Motors Research Center, Warren, MI, 1948-56
   50. Eero Saarinen, TWA Terminal, Kennedy Airport, New York, NY, 1956-62

NAMES, IDEAS, and THEMES:
  1. Grammars of Landscape: French Classicism
  2. Grammars of Landscape: English Picturesque
  3. Grammars of Landscape: Land Tenure
  4. Grammars of Landscape: Logic of the Grid
  5. Urbanism and Defense
  6. Domesticity
  7. Woman in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, from Good Housekeeping and Anne Sexton to
      Betty Friedan and Womanhouse
  8. Repetition in the work of Andy Warhol
  9. Rejecting the Abstract Expressionist Drip
  10. Woman as Kitchen Appliance
  11. Postwar Suburbia: Levittown
  12. Prefabrication
  13. Prefabrication as an art form: Case Study Houses
  14. Postwar Prosperity and the American Dream
  15. Modernism for the Masses: Mass Enlightenment through Owning a Modern Home
      (Eichler)
  16. The Atrium
  17. The Films of Charles and Ray Eames
  18. Exhibiting and Educating the Public about Modern Design
  19. Kitchen Debates
  20. Futurity
  21. Lifestyle
  22. Googie Architecture
  23. Learning from Las Vegas
  24. Eero Saarinen’s Highway Aesthetic

				
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