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F16 Herbert - ENGLISH/ SAC 331 - Film Genres and Types

Apocalyptic Media

Hana Hamplová
Untitled
1980
gelatin silver print | paper
Gift of Mrs. Marion Hrebek Keys
1990/1.236
Doug Webb
Life Raft
1986
serigraph | paper
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2005/1.413
This is a black and white photograph of an outdoor scene showing a rocky mountainside with block retaining walls and scrub like vegetation. In front of this slope are three multilevel dirt roads with tire tracks. In the foreground is a long cement slab, like a roadway curb.
Joe Deal
Brea, California, from "The Fault Zone"
1979
gold-toned gelatin silver print | paper
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952
2000/2.130.6
Single orange building on snow-covered ground with a large tree on the viewer's right. 
Object Orange
Auburndale Site, Highland Park, MI, #4
2007
iris print | paper
Museum purchase made possible by Stuart and Maxine Frankel
2007/2.3
Michael Kenna
The Rouge Study #51, Dearborn, MI
1994 – 1995
sepia-toned gelatin silver print | paper
Gift of Shirley Kollins in memory of Lee Kollins
2002/2.289
John Collier
View from the Dix Road Bridge, Detroit, Michigan, from "Detroit Focus 2000"
1998
black and white photograph | paper
Gift of Detroit Focus 2000, and partial purchase with funds from the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
2003/2.69.6
Four spare industrial structures rise at different angles into an empty landscape. On the viewer's right, a scaffolding rises from the lower corner and angles to the left. On the left, another scaffold structure runs from the bottom corner along the left edge. In the middle, a building-like structure rises from the bottom of the composition and leans into the visual space, resting on a long rectangular solid that is draped with a cloth.
Kay Sage
Bounded on the West by the Land Under Water
1946
oil | canvas
Gift of the Estate of Kay Sage Tanguy
1963/2.1
Michael Kenna
Filey Early Warning Station
1981
sepia and selenium-toned gelatin silver print | paper
Museum Purchase
1989/2.16
Jacob Lawrence
Hiroshima Series
1983
screenprint, printed in eleven colors | Somerset soft-white paper
Gift of Dr. James and Vivian Curtis
1997/1.533.6
A "Norton Abrasives" wooden crate is filled with empty rusted gallon paint containers with dried paint inside. A cracked rearview mirror is attached to one side and an American flag is smushed into one side of the box. A small toy platypus sits inside one of the paint cans, although the platypus is moveable; instructions to museum state that museum staff can place platypus where they please.
Tyree Guyton
Untitled (Paint Cans)
1980 – 2010
paint cans, wooden crate, American flag, rearview mirror, ceramic
Gift of H. David Zucca
2013/2.310
This photograph depicts a mushroom cloud from a hydrogen bomb explosion rising over other clouds and an ocean below.
American
Untitled ("Ivy Mike" Nuclear Test)
1952
chromogenic print | paper
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952
2000/2.129
This photograph depicts a view of a desert landscape with a fish hanging from the top of a thin pole in the foreground.  Behind the fish is a small cemetery that has mounds and crosses and in the distance are a few small buildings. Two more poles with fish hanging from them appear farther away in the image to the right of the fish in the foreground.
Patrick Nagatani
Japanese Children's Day Carp Banners, Paguate Village, Jackpile Mine Uranium Tailings, Laguna Pueblo Reservation, New Mexico
1990
dye destruction print | paper
Gift of Beverly Baker in memory of Morris D. Baker
2004/1.106

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