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_____ was referred initially to as "an explosion in a shingle factory"?
"Nude Descending Staircase, No. 2"
The Arts in Public Places program was likened to a mass audience _____ _____ course.
art appreciation
_____ hurled stones at Michelangelo's "David" after its completion.
supporters of the Medicis
The block of marble from which Michelangelo's "David" was carved was a sculptural challenge. _____ was offered, but refused the enormous task before it was accepted by Michelangelo.
Leonardo da Vinci
The artist Guillermo Gomez-Pena makes works about the relations between the United States and Mexico. Gomez-Pena calls his works _____ _____.
"Border Crossings
Artists who deal with social issues, such as Lacy and Labowitz, or Group Material, find themselves in the role of artist as _____.
_____, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was one of the first works of art to be installed as a result of the NEA's Arts in Public Places program.
La Grande Vitesse
Artist Carl Andre stated that one thing he hated most in public art was a piece of abstract art that was nothing more than a _____.
disguised man on horseback
_____ became the source of public outcry and a political wedge against public art during the 1980s.
the "Tilted Arc"
_____ is the artist who created a vehicle for the homeless due to the failure of New York City's shelter system.
Krysztof Wodiczko