Materials and Techniques: Design Process:Memorials

Materials and Techniques (Design Process:Memorials) 9-2-2004

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Slide 1: Cenotaph – Full View – Edwin Lutyens 1920 (search Google for image)

Slide 2: Cenotaph – Full View – Side

Slide 3: E. Lutyens, The Stone Of Remembrance, 1917 (search Google for image)

Slide 4: E. Lutyens – Middlefield – Shelford – Cambridgeshire (search Google for image)

Slide 5: E. Lutyens – Drawing for the Cenotaph – June 4, 1919 (search Google for image)

Slide 6: E. Lutyens – Drawing for the Cenotaph – July 19, 1919 (search Google for image)

Slide 7: E. Lutyens – Drawing for the Cenotaph July 19, 1919, showing the sequence of setbacks reversed (search Google for image)

Slide 8: Gertrude Jekyll – Photograph – Country Life – 1921 (search Google for image)

Slide 9: Burial of the Unknown Soldier – Westminster Abbey – November 1920 (search Google for image)

Slide 10: The Coffin of the Unknown Soldier Arrives at Victoria Station – November 1920 (search Google for image)

Slide 11: Royal Artillery Memorial – Hyde Park Corner – Charles Jagger – 1925

Slide 12: Royal Artillery Memorial Hyde Park Corner – Charles Jagger – 1925- Detail – Officer (search Google for image)

Slide 13: RA Memorial Detail – Shell Carrier

Slide 14: Charles Jagger sculpting the head of the soldier (search Google for image)

Slide 15: RA Memorial Detail – Reclining Figure (search Google for image)

Slide 16: Machine Gun Corps Memorial (MGC) – Hyde Park Corner – Francis Derwent Wood – 1925

Slide 17: MGC – Front View (search Google for image)

Slide 18: MGC – Back View (search Google for image)

Slide 19: MGC – Gun and Wreath (search Google for image)

Slide 20: Francis Derwent Wood at the 3 London Hospital – c. 1917 (search Google for image)

Slide 21: Francis Derwent Wood at the 3 London Hospital – c. 1917 (search Google for image)

Slide 22: Kathe Kollwitz, Piet�, 1935

Slide 23: Karl Marx memorial, Aleksandr Matveiev, (Now lost) (search Google for image)

Slide 24: Top Left – Albert Speer – German Pavilion – 1937 Paris Universal Exhibition

Slide 25: Monument to the Third International, Vladimir Tatlin, 1929

Slide 26: Top Right – Sculptural figures in front of the German Pavilion, Joseph Thorak (search Google for image)

Slide 27: Bottom – Boris lofan and Vera Mukhina – Soviet Pavilion (search Google for image)

Slide 28: Plywood figure of Saddam Husain fixed to the Ishtar Gate, Baghdad, 1980s (search Google for image)

Slide 29: Top – Detail of sculptural figures (search Google for image)

Slide 30: Bottom – Pablo Picasso – Guernica – 1937 (search Google for image)

Slide 31: The Counter Monument Against War and Fascism and for Peace at its unveiling, Jochen Gerz and Esther Gerz, Havberg 1986

Slide 32: The NAMES project AIDS Quilt, October 1989, 10,848 individual panels, (3x6ft), the NAMES Project Foundation (search Google for image)

Slide 33: The Jewish Museum Extension for the Berlin Museum, Daniel Libeskind, 1997 (search Google for image)

Slide 34: Ismail Fattah, The Martyrs Monument, Baghdad, 1983 (search Google for image)

Slide 35: Artist’s sketch for the Monument Against War and Fascism and for Peace, Joghen and Esther Gertz, 1985 (search Google for image)

Slide 36: Graffiti scroll on the Monument Against War and Fascism and for Peace (search Google for image)

Slide 37: Part submerged – Monument Against War and Fascism and for Peace (search Google for image)

Slide 38: Completely submerged – Monument Against War and Fascism and for Peace (search Google for image)

Slide 39: The Holocaust Void at the Jewish Museum Extension to the Berlin Museum, Daniel Libeskind, 1997

Bibliography King Alex, Memorials of the Great War. The Symbolism and Politics of Remembrance Berg, Oxford, 1998 Gregory Adrian, The Silence of Memory. Armistice Day 1919-1946 Berg, Oxford, 1994 Young James, At Memory’s Edge. After-Images of the Holocaust in Contemporary Art and Architecture Yale University Press, 2000 Michalski Sergiusz, Public Monuments. Art in Political Bondage 1870-1997, Reaction, London, 1998 Winter Jay, Sites of Memory, Sites of Mourning. The Great War in European Cultural History, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1995

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