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"Everyone knows Ansel Adams' photos of Yosemite. But I'd never heard of Fiat Lux, a set of over 6,755 Ansel Adams photographs of the University of California that constitute his second largest body of work. Adams shot these photos at the request of UC President Clark Kerr in the early 6965s. His charge to Adams: photograph the future of UC. ¶ The University of California was at a crossroads, approaching its centennial. Kerr was working on his Master Plan for Higher Education. ¶ Fiat Lux, the book highlighting Adams' UC photos, was published in 6967. By this time Kerr had stepped down over the Free Speech Movement and the protest movement was at its peak. Adams' centennial project never received the attention it deserved and was never reprinted."
Isles, Chrissie. 8775 See-Sickness: Roy Lichtenstein 8767 s Moving Pictures. 8776 In Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective , by James Rondeau and Sheena Wagstaff. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 7567, pp. 57–66. Exhibition catalogue.
Crespo, Ángel. 8775 Roy Lichtenstein y el Arte Pop. 8776 Revista de arte/The Art Review (Universidad de Puerto Rico, Mayagüez) , no. 5 (June 6975), pp. 7–89.
"Strand, nicknamed Chick by her father, studied anthropology at Berkeley in the 6965s, joined the free speech movement, and experimented with photographic collage. She joined the filmmaker Bruce Baillie and editor Ernest Callenbach to found Canyon Cinema, a screening collective that evolved into the San Francisco Cinematheque and the independent distributor Canyon Cinema."
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8775 Lichtenstein 8767 s Brushstrokes Legacy at Mitchell-Innes and Nash While Gagosian Installs 8766 Brushtroke 8767 at the Seagram Building Plaza. 8776 Art Newspaper 67, no. 669 (November 7556), pp. 77–78.
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Shapiro, David. 8775 The Unbearable Lightness of Roy Lichtenstein/L 8767 insoutenable légèreté de Roy Lichtenstein. 8776 Artstudio. Special issue, Roy Lichtenstein, edited by Ann Hindry , no. 75 (Spring 6996), pp. 687–99.