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MODULE 16 - PART A (500 images)

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(A16-A) MODULE 16 - PART A (500 images) (images available now; data to come by Feb. 1, 2021)
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This is the first part of a six part module and includes only 500 images (the full module will include 3000 images). Module 16 – Part A highlights an excellent coverage of the new and impressive urban campus Universita Luigi Bocconi, by Grafton Architects (two Irish female architects), in Milan; also from Italy the new addition to the National Automobile Museum (Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile) in Turin, by Cino Zucchi Architects and a documentation of a Fascist era building in Bergamo with reliefs called Spazio Polaresco plus the Bineale Garden by Scarpa in Venice. From France there is the Atelier de Cezanne in Aix-en-Provence and the Marc Chagall Tomb in Saint-Paul de Vence. From India we include more coverage of the City Palace in Jaipur, including the remaining doors in the inner courtyard known as Pritam Niwas Chowk: each door represents a different Hindu God. This module brings more pre-Columbian content from National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City, including a number of works from the Teotihuacan section, such as the Death Complex found at the Pyramid of the Sun. Also from this museum is an extensive documentation of the extraordinary Venus Temple paintings from Cacxtla. From the Templo Mayor Museum we include the Monolith of the Goddess Tlaltecuhtli. To round out this module there is complete coverage of the mural "Man, Controller of the Universe" (originally "Man at the Crossroads" at 30 Rockefeller Plaza , New York, now destroyed) by Diego Rivera in the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City.

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