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DEC81P4-22: "Humanize th EARTH" sign
Sommer, Robert
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California College of the Arts Libraries
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Photograph by Robert Sommer. The Mudflats Sculptures were a series of large-scale driftwood installations created in the Emeryville mudflats from the 1960s through the 1980s. These works reflected a time of radical change in the Bay Area and provided a forum for community-driven public art in California. UC Davis Professor Robert Sommer photographed these works, providing a comprehensive visual documentation that spans decades.
5 x 5 cm.
1 Page of 1
Environmental Impact
Environmental protection
Installations (Art)
Emeryville (Calif.)
California College of the Arts Libraries
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