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Art Genres Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How do henna tattoos work?

Question 2 2. How did Japanese style tattooing come to prominence?

Question 3 3. Before 1900, almost all sculpture was figural. What does that mean?

Question 4 4. For what historic reason did tattoos come to represent only the lowest classes of society?

Question 5 5. How old is the art form of using henna dyes to create temporary tattoos?

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Question 6 6. What is mehandi, or mehndi?

Question 7 7. Alexander Calder made kinetic sculptures like mobiles. What does this mean?

Question 8 8. Later abstract sculptors used new materials like plastics, Cor-Ten steel and found objects. What does the term 'found object' mean?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is true about tattoo application?

Question 10 10. Marcel Duchamp's work Fountain provoked controversy for many reasons. The artist termed it a 'readymade.' What does that mean?

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Question 11 11. Which culture's tattoos are so individualized that they serve as identification?

Question 12 12. At its most basic, what is henna?

Question 13 13. Which of the following statements would NOT be true with regard to abstract sculpture?

Question 14 14. When does henna tattoo pose the greatest health risk?

Question 15 15. Historians believe the earliest tattoos were applied for what reason?

Art Genres Chapter Exam Instructions

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